San Fernando, only slightly to be confused with the San Fernando Valley, certainly is a cultural icon. With a deep history and an architecture reminiscent of the Spanish missionaries, San Fernando is a worthwhile place to spend a Sunday afternoon. And for many families, it's a place to call home.
Although San Fernando doesn't have the highest income, it has a strong real estate market and a bright future. Gentrification plans are finally panning out. Only recently has a new, progressive government board begun to push the city into the future. Buy a home in San Fernando. In a few years, you'll be happy you did.
GRV LOCAL EATS
OLD FASHIONED CHILIBURGERS & SANDWICHES (233 N. MACLAY AVE.)
If you’re in the mood for old fashioned chiliburgers and sandwiches, then check out Old Fashioned Chilliburgers & Sandwiches. Seriously though, their burgers are salivatingly scrumptious on top of being perfectly complimented with warm savory chili.
PAPA JUAN’S BAJA GRILL (227 N. MACLAY AVE.)
Not to be confused with a certain popular pizza chain. This is some of the freshest Baja style Mexican food you can get North of the border. Their infamous fish tacos and colorful drinks guarantee a vivid and delicious dining experience.
TERIYAKI MADNESS (1240 TRUMAN ST.)
A fun fusion of Japanese and Hawaiian cuisine. Their picturesque dishes have generous portions at a reasonable price. This unique twist on pan-Asian recipes results in an exciting meal out.
The City of San Fernando has seen government changes and revitalization as commercial and cultural center of the SFV. Expect gentrification and rising property prices. Until then, San Fernando remains a middle-of-the-pack location.