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Where Wild Things Roam, Hoof it with wild horses and get eagle-eyed over bald eagles. By Jason Lopez. The Sierra is home to a vast array of wildlife, both in the sky and on land. And winter is prime time for wildlife viewing in Reno/Tahoe and beyond.
SEE YOU IN HELL’S KITCHEN, The dish on Tahoe’s hottest new culinary addition. By Rae & Troy Matthews, Elevation Eats. Lake Tahoe is now the third location in the world for Hell’s Kitchen, the restaurant based on the hit culinary reality TV series starring Chef Gordon Ramsay. Incorporating gastronomic and design elements from the show, Hell’s Kitchen is a game changer for the Reno/Tahoe food scene.
All That Sparkles, Wear a piece of Nevada with jewelry crafted from local gems. By Annie Flanzraich. Nevada may be known as the Silver State. Still, along with all those precious minerals, there are also precious stones hiding in its austere earth.
Wearable Winter Trends, Keep warm and stay fashionable this season! By Ashley Polan. It may be cold outside, but that doesn’t mean you need to give up your style to stay warm this season. With plenty of trendy stops throughout Reno/Tahoe, you’ll be sure to enjoy shopping in this winter wonderland!
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).
Hot Tubs To Talk About. By Heidi Bethel. After a nice day on the slopes, there’s nothing more invigorating than a dip in the ardent waters of Reno/Tahoe. Whether you need to soothe sore muscles, just soak and relax, or benefit from mineral therapy, hot tubs abound this winter.
Odds Are You’ll Have Fun Sports betting in the Sierra. By Jaxon Sullivan. After years frequenting the same place to watch college tournaments and the Big Game, I ventured out to tour the Reno/Tahoe area for best bets when it comes to sports betting. Since it’s more fun watching the games with a little wager on the side, here’s a quick overview to get you started.
Interactive Entertainment. Explore the region’s hands-on date night and gathering options. By Natasha Bourlin. Sometimes, staring at each other and chatting over a meal or drinks just doesn’t cut it. When you’re longing for a stimulating, interactive evening out, visit these places around the region to get your hands dirty for date night or get together with friends.
Snow Much Fun: in the Sierra. By Jason Lopez. Reno/Tahoe is hard to beat when it comes to wintry play. If you aren’t busy hitting the slopes, there’s an array of outdoor winter activities that’ll have you enjoying the snow blanketing this region. Whether it’s sledding and ice skating, to Nordic skiing or simply taking photos of the beautiful landscapes, there are many great options in the area.