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.
Mangia Tutto means “eat everything” in Italian, and it’s a fitting name for this neighborhood pizzeria and Italian restaurant. It’s the type of place that you’d find in just about every neighborhood in Chicago, serving a blend of flavors and dishes influenced by a rich Italian and Greek heritage. When owners Richard Bragiel and Catherine Rolewicz retired to Carson City from Chicago
Heavenly Mountain Resort and Northstar California Resort today announced they will open for select summer activities in July. Kirkwood Mountain Resort will have human-powered activities (no lift access) available to guests, similar as years past. The resorts shared operating plans as well as their commitment to safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
With stunning views, bottomless mimosas and comfort food, brunch always wins. By Tiara Wasner Our favorite brunch spots include everything from tried-and-true American classics to island-inspired specialties, modern comfort food, and adult beverages.
The best small plates in Reno/Tahoe by Jen Peng After a day enjoying the great adventures the area has to offer, there’s nothing better than celebrating your achievements with friends over a few drinks and some tasty bites. Sharing is caring, and here are my favorite picks for some of the best small plates, bites and appetizers in the Sierra.
By Annie Flazraich While it took Jules Verne’s characters 80 days to circle the globe in his 1872 adventure novel “Around the World in Eighty Days,” you can make the same trip in just 28 meals by touring the world cuisine available in Reno/Tahoe’s restaurants. So, hop in your metaphorical hot air balloon, and get ready for a culinary journey.
Entertainment aplenty that won’t break the bank in the Sierra. By Jason Lopez Whether you want to catch an open mic night, do a little dancing or enjoy the arts, Reno/Tahoe is a mecca for inexpensive entertainment. Here are a few of my favorites you should definitely checkout!
Soup & Sammy. By Heidi Bethel. There’s nothing quite like the almighty soup and sammy combo. I’ve been known to enjoy the tasty duo for any meal of the day and there are a whole slew of great spots in Reno/Tahoe. Let’s take a quick look at some of my favorites around town.
Get Toasted. A guide to tasty toasty treats in Reno/Tahoe. By Rae & Troy Matthews Elevation Eats. Nothing says Millennial like avocado toast. Whether you love, hate or happen to be a Millennial (guilty!), there is a reason that avocado toast is everywhere. It’s a simple, yet highly customizable and delicious, strangely healthy, open-faced sandwich featuring California’s favorite fruit (yes, avocado is fruit).