Provisions is opening next week! Check out a sneak peek and learn more about this incredible addition to downtownRead More
Did you know quite a few local peeps use Brewer's Cabinet to brew their own custom beer? The Peppermill is the latest local organization to brew their own custom beer with the Brewer's Cabinet. Perfect for fall/winter, it's a stout...complete with truffles!Read More
Just a quick bit of news in Midtown today. Some of you may have noticed Creme closed its doors recently. I know, I was sure shocked because I eat here two times a week. I am addicted to their German crepes.
Anyway, turns out they are moving across the street to Theory's old location, and should be open soon!
I also heard a rumor that Sadie and Ivan from Midtown East bought 20 Cheney Street, and is moving Midtown Eats there, or may be opening a new venue there. Coupled with Hub and Death and Taxes and the soon-to-be-renovated Maytan building, this could be a hoppin' little block soon!Read More
Yay! Those hideous glass blocks left over when the 1980s puked all over the facade of the BofA Building downtown are now gone! And in place, real windows. THis should help with the ambience of the soon-to-open Bridge restaurant and bar at 425 South Virginia Street.Read More
A permit has been pulled for a new project called 'Provisions' going into 100 North Sierra. It seems to be partially on the first floor and partially in the basement. It's a $550,000 tenant improvement permit for 10,537 square feet.Read More
One of the coolest things about Reno is there are a ton of people here who give a damn. From the Biggest Little City Campaign to Midtown and West of Wells taking the reigns of their own neighborhood, there are a lot of people who invest serious amounts of time and money into showing other locals and tourists just how cool our urban corridor is.
The latest example of this is the Positively 4th Street event, now in its second year. At its core, this is a group of business owners who are fed up with the bad wrap that 4th Street consistently gets. The East 4th corridor has actually cleaned up quite a bit over the years, but often falls under the radar of locals and tourists seeking a good time.
Here's your chance to see how passionate these business owners are about their own neighborhood, and what the East 4th Street corridor has to offer.