I was strolling through downtown with my dog Hans today and noticed Wild Garlic is moving into 170 South Viginia Street, where Fuego formerly served up hot tapas.Read More
Tags: Downtown Reno dining
Check out progress on the Marriott Courtyard, a new distillery begins demo work, and more.Read More
WHAT: Feed the Camel, Reno’s family-friendly “hump day” food truck event, featuring local mobile food purveyors such as: Battle Born Food Truck, Electric Blue Elephant, Crepes and More, The CodFather, Java Ship Coffee, Winey Munkies, Shanghai Express, Still Rollin’, Sweet Creams Cheesecakery.
Libations for adults also available on-site, provided by the Tap Wagon and The Margarita Man.Guests are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs.
WHERE: McKinley Arts and Culture Center, 925 Riverside Drive, Reno
WHEN: Each Wednesday—from June 3 to September 30, 2015—from 5 to 8 p.m.Read More
The "Jack Bacon" building, located at 516 South Virginia, the terminus of California Avenue at Virginia Street, has been purchased by the former owners of Little House On Center Street, Alex and Esmeralda Long, and will become a restaurant with a focus on seafood, hopefully by August 1st.Read More
Quick blurb: I noticed a new alcohol license on tap for Wednesday's city council meeting for 50 North Sierra Street, Suite 103, which was JB Mapes' former location which has been closed a while. Anyone know what might be going in this space? The business is unnamed in the license application, only that Anthony Kranz is applying for it and it will be a restaurant and bar.
UPDATE: My snoops are telling me Anthony Kranz has two new businesses registered.....Ten & H2O with Bryan Bjork (address at 50 Sierra # 103), and High Desert Pizza and Sports with Sandra Saville.Read More