Manka’s Corner

Manka’s Corner. (Brad Zweerink/Daily Republic)

Discover Solano Spring 2014

Discover Solano Spring 2014: Manka’s Corner

By From page DIS32 | March 31, 2014

Manka’s Corner is a small commercial area amid the farmlands of Suisun Valley.

Solano County is promoting Suisun Valley as an agricultural tourist draw and Manka’s Corner is a key part of the plan, given that it has restaurants and shops where valley visitors can stop. People can eat at the Mankas Steakhouse, see artwork at The Clay Station or buy used items at John’s Hauling, among other things. More businesses of these types could come to this Suisun Valley crossroads in coming years.

The area’s name comes from Christley Manka, a pioneer to Suisun Valley around 1850. He established a tavern at what is now Manka’s Corner.

Location: Mankas Corner Road and Clayton Road

More information: www.suisunvalley.com


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