A day shopping is so much more than trying on clothes and swiping that card. Developers put a lot of work into creating personality to match the many shops you’ll find in the great centers of the Sierra. Let’s take a peek at some of these esthetic personalities offering outdoor experiences with fresh air …
Autumn is the season for relaxing. The summer rush to get outside and burn off that winter energy winds down as school starts up again. The cooler days usher us into the slow slide back into the usual schedule of weekends made for fun. Tahoe-Reno area locals know fall is the best time to explore their backyards, and visitors are treated to a spectacular visual lightshow, when the trees give off one last hurrah before dropping their leaves for winter.
SAMPLE THE SIERRA ANNOUNCES VIRTUAL LINEUP OF DEMOS, CHEF CHALLENGE & TASTING WEEK, SEPT. 10-20
Farm-to-fork festival will celebrate the area’s food and drink
scene with a number of online events and restaurant week.
Outdoor dining and curbside in these unconventional times. By Rae Matthews, Elevation Eats Dining dilemmas…
By Kayla Carr Johnny Jeffery, Bently Heritage’s Master Distiller, is a food chemist, sustainable agricultural enthusiast, and artful distiller — the perfect man for Bently Heritage’s farm-to-flask movement. Sourcing grains from their 6000-acre ranch in Minden, Jeffrey’s talent for turning the land’s bounty into aromatic gins, silky vodkas and barrel-aged whiskeys — all sustainably, of course — is well aligned.
Star Navigator – Mark Estee
By Natasha Bourlin
Decades ago, chef and restaurateur Mark Estee entered into the culinary world. A rising star based in Reno, the Massachusetts native and James Beard Award semifinalist has flourished through years of private catering gigs, multi-restaurant ownership, spearheading community movements to help those in need … and, now, a new show on the Food Network.
Star Navigators Kaya and Kevin Stanly By Heidi Bethel
When the house musician who is also an ICU nurse inside the COVID-19 sector in an area hospital told Kaya and Kevin Stanley, owners of Old Granite Street Eatery and Rue Bourbon in Reno, that they were not stopping to eat during their shifts, they had an immediate question: “Can we bring you food?”
Located along the beautiful Truckee River in Reno’s Riverwalk District, Wild River Grille has been breathing life into the community since its doors opened in 2007. Their two-part vision includes energizing the downtown historic area of Reno and partnering with local businesses and nonprofits to support the local community. Now, more than ever, Wild River Grille is focused on serving Reno and extending its hand to as many local businesses as possible. wildrivergrille.com
Noble Pie Parlor, an eatery specializing in East Coast style artisan oven-fired pizzas, has opened its third location in Reno in the space formerly occupied by Chocolate Bar at The Summit,13979 S. Virginia Street, Ste. 505, behind the MAC Cosmetics store.
Stone, Wood and Exceptional Food at Fox and Hound
By Natasha Bourlin
In 1991, when Matt Grime parents opened the first iteration of Fox and Hound in South Lake Tahoe, it became a locals’ favorite watering hole. His father had been in the bar biz for more than 40 years and brought that expertise to his own establishment.