Sto­ry­book Hour launches to­day at Axis Cof­fee Bar and Eatery

The Fresno Bee (Sunday) - - Real Estate -

At the heart of Town Cen­ter at Tesoro Viejo — Madera County’s new­est mas­ter-planned com­mu­nity — is Axis Cof­fee Bar and Eatery, a gath­er­ing place for fam­ily and friends. Lo­cated just east off High­way 41 and min­utes north of River Park Shop­ping Cen­ter, Axis is the place to con­nect with

fam­ily and friends in a warm and invit­ing en­vi­ron­ment.

Bring out the kids for the first Sto­ry­book Hour at Axis at noon to­day, Satur­day, March 30. Princesses Elsa and Anna will be there to read sto­ries to the kids and 25 per­cent of the day’s pro­ceeds will ben­e­fit Val­ley Chil­dren’s Health­care.

A true com­mu­nity part­ner, Axis hosted Cof­fee & Ca­nines last week where SPCA at­tended with dogs for adop­tion, and four dogs found their for­ever homes. At Axis, there’s some­thing for ev­ery­one. It’s more than cof­fee — Axis proudly of­fers lo­cal craft beers and an in­ter­est­ing wine list this

is care­fully cu­rated and al­ways chang­ing.

Eclec­tic and lively, Axis of­fers fair-trade cof­fee sourced from around the world. The invit­ing space with rich colors and tex­tures in­spires leisurely cof­fee dates with friends and a re­lax­ing glass of wine or craft beer in the evenings — don’t miss Wine Wed­nes­days where all wines are half-off.

The food menu at Axis is thought­fully sourced and uti­lizes or­ganic and lo­cal pro­duce and meats as much as pos­si­ble. Menu items evolve with the sea­sons and will in­clude house­made baked goods as well as break­fast bur­ri­tos, av­o­cado toasts, açai bowls, sal­ads, grain bowls, sand­wiches, soups and more.

Axis is owned by Casey and Lind­say Hawkins who also own the pop­u­lar South Gate Brew­ery in Oakhurst. South Gate Brewing Com­pany was es­tab­lished in 2011, and started with a five-bar­rel brew house in a for­mer car deal­er­ship that they re­mod­eled them­selves. The San Diego trans­plants fell in love with the foothill com­mu­nity and knew it was the place for them to build their busi­ness.

They have won mul­ti­ple gold, sil­ver and bronze medals from var­i­ous events, in­clud­ing the gold medal at the San Diego In­ter­na­tional Beer Fes­ti­val for its Oak­town Pecan Brown. But, they do more than beer with its el­e­vated gas­tro pub cui­sine with farm to ta­ble el­e­ments.

When the op­por­tu­nity to be a part of the new­est mas­ter-planned com­mu­nity in Madera County was pre­sented, the Hawkins jumped right in and opened the first busi­ness in the Town Cen­ter at Tesoro Viejo with its Axis Cof­fee Bar and Eatery.

Nes­tled at the foot of Lit­tle Ta­ble Moun­tain, Tesoro Viejo is a breath­tak­ing site of about 1,600 acres of gen­tly rolling hills and vis­tas lo­cated east of High­way 41 and just min­utes north of River Park.

The com­mu­nity has been thought­fully de­signed to cap­ture its scenic sur­round­ings. Tesoro Viejo in­cludes nearly 200 acres of per­ma­nently pre­served nat­u­ral open spa­ces plus an ad­di­tional 200 acres or more of neigh­bor­hood parks, recre­ational ar­eas and miles of trails that will con­nect to the San Joaquin River.

The Town Cen­ter at Tesoro Viejo was de­signed to cap­ture that small-town feel­ing of Main Street. Axis is lo­cated in the heart of the Town Cen­ter, which is also home to the Madera County Fire Sta­tion No. 7 and a Madera County Sher­iff sub-sta­tion.

Model homes at Tesoro Viejo are now open, fea­tur­ing four new neigh­bor­hoods by two leg­endary builders, McCaf­frey Homes and D. R. Hor­ton. Come tour the nine pro­fes­sion­ally dec­o­rated models open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon­day through Satur­day and from 11a.m. to 5 p.m. Sun­day.

Tesoro Viejo is lo­cated east of High­way 41 and Town Cen­ter Boule­vard. Visit www.tesoroviej­

Lo­cated in the heart of the Town Cen­ter at Tesoro Viejo, Axis Cof­fee Bar & Eatery has it all — from cof­fee sourced from around the world and lo­cally sourced food to wine and craft beer that is care­fully cu­rated and ever-chang­ing. The warm and invit­ing at­mos­phere is the per­fect place to re­lax and en­joy fam­ily and friends.

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