Bars and Night Clubs In Firebaugh, CA

1 Bar and Night Club found
Paganucci's Motel & Lounge
1032 P St, Firebaugh CA 93622,
(559) 659-9988
Atmosphere: Lounge

Map of Firebaugh Bars


A = Paganucci's Motel & Lounge

Non Local Bars and Night Clubs

  • Brownie's Place 1099 7th St, Mendota, CA
    Bar - 8 Miles
  • Mi Ranchito 796 Oller St, Mendota, CA
    Club - 8 Miles
  • Servatorium 1548 Center Ave, Dos Palos, CA
    Bar - 12 Miles
  • Sir James Steak House & Lounge 1111 Motel Dr, Merced, CA
    Bar - 29 Miles
  • Minturn Bar 26805 Road 15, Chowchilla, CA
    Bar - 21 Miles
  • Club Morelos 111 E 11th St, Merced, CA
    Bar - 29 Miles
  • Corral Bar 208 Robertson Blvd, Chowchilla, CA
    Lounge - 21 Miles
  • Backstreet Bar & Grill 1930 Howard Rd, Madera, CA
    Bar - 21 Miles
  • Maloney's Bar & Grill 1730 Canal St, Merced, CA
    Bar,Lounge - 30 Miles
  • Merced Billiard Club 1822 Canal St, Merced, CA
    Bar,Billiards/Gaming - 30 Miles
  • Branding Iron 640 W 16th St, Merced, CA
    Lounge - 30 Miles
  • Valley Bowl 12829 California 145, Madera, CA
    Lounge - 22 Miles
* Mileage is approximate.

Random Fun Fact

Outside of city, the area is almost entirely agricultural land in all directions. Most fields of irrigated row crops along SR33 are feed crops such as alfalfa. Firebaugh (formerly, Firebaugh's Ferry) is a city in Fresno County, California, United States. The population was 7,549 at the 2010 census, up from 5,743 as of the 2000 census. ZIP Code for the community is 93622 and the city is located inside area code 559. Firebaugh is located on the west side of the San Joaquin River 38 miles (61km) west of Fresno, at an elevation of 151 feet (46 m). Inside the city, a small commercial district includes the ubiquitous California Central Valley water tank painted with the city's name. State Route 33 (SR 33) runs through downtown just west of center. The San Joaquin Valley Railroad, West Side Subdivision, passes through downtown. In the 1880s, the area of Firebaugh was once part of the massive holdings of the Miller and Lux Company. The company had a large sheep operation covering what today is Dos Palos to Mendota.

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