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Do you like swimming at feet? Drinking beer outside? Ballparks that encourage picnicking? You should go to the biggest little city in the world. If you answered "Yes" to any of the questions, this article is for you. If not, you must be from Reno, so read on anyways, then let me know your favorite spots in the comments! It's easy to make fun of Reno. People who have never visited think it's Vegas's podunk alternative, and those who live there had to laugh when an ad campaign referred to it as " The New Brooklyn.
Here are a few Reno facts for you non-believers: It's not unusual for people to spend their lunch breaks skiing, Lake Tahoe is 20 minutes away, it gets all four seasons without any being too harsh none of this ; more of thisand it's beautiful— there are cloud formations in Reno that don't exist anywhere else in the NV.
Even after high-tailing it to the East Coast as fast as I could after nearly ten years living there, Reno remains one of my favorite places. Nowhere else is there such a vast array of things to do. Don't believe me? Here are some of my favorite places and things to do in the biggest little city in the world:. See all of our picks on the map below.
Where do you love to go in Reno? Did we convince you to visit?
Leave your suggestions for us in the comments! August 6, Photo courtesy of RenoTahoevia Flickr A quick quiz answer yes or no :. Written by: Leslie Stephens Butterandsaltblog. Popular on Food This was such a great resource for my recent visit to Reno. Millie M. August 11, What about Campo on the river? Or Brasserie St. James on Center which has some of the best pub food in town. And for an old Reno staple, there's always Johnny's on 4th St. Great classic cocktails and one of the best Caesar Sal in town. Very enjoyable just to have light dinner and a cocktail in the bar.
James August 11, In my opinion, if you eat in only one restaurant and have only one cocktail in Reno, it should be dinner and a picon punch at Louis Basque Corner. A true Reno institution. Seth P. August 10, You forgot to mention one of NV. best recreation activities available in Reno. Mountain Biking! Peavine single track has exploded over the past 5 years with a vast amount of great trails and then you have Tahoe to Downieville all world class areas to ride.
Ali August 10, Sierra water gardens off Dickerson street is the best kept secret of all of Reno. Tucked away and totally out of nowhere you are in a magical Escape of greenery and tranquillity. Succulents and ponds- the river is on the back end with horse shoes. Best, the absolute best. Debbie K. Next to University at Reno is the Navada Historical Society Museum, looks like nothing but inside a wealth of amazing artifacts.
Mary L. Cindy E. Love this!! I went to college in Reno, met my husband there, and got married there at Lavender Ridge. NV. live in Portland now, but visit a few times a year. It's so close to Tahoe and the restaurants seem to just be getting better and better.
Most of my family and friends are still there, so I love visiting. We always have brunch at Stonehouse and get donuts from Doughboys. Our last visit we discovered Coffee Bar and were so pleased! John L. Don't forget about Noble Pie Parlor. Best wings and pizza in the Reno area open to the wee hours of the morning.
Rebecca C. Shakespeare on the Lake is a favorite.
And the spa at the Atlantis is wonderful!! Terrilyn M. August 9, The shops in Midtown are incredible! T August 8, Also see this article Kristine H. August 8, Great article! I'm staying in Reno next week for a night and can't wait to check some of these places out. Is there a hotel or area you'd recommend staying in? Whitney Peak is a great place. They have a great restaurant too, Heritage. Diana K. August 7, Leslie S. I guess it depends what part of the city you're in!
NV. than other parts! Dan M. Unless you get there early there is usually a wait during the weekends but it is totally worth it. Their wedge salad is delicious. There's also one in South Reno that has a shorter wait! Love Reno Secret Harbour KWNZ was our radio station How great! Where is secret harbor?
My favorite beach in Tahoe is Chimney. And you most know Tom Quinn then! Secret Harbor, south of Chimney surrounded by Tahoe National Forest was a private enclave whose members included San Francisco socialites like the Theriots and others. It was a fancy campground with a dock, boathouse, on premise caretaker and a clubhouse deed by Julia Morgan. TheWimpyVegetarian August 6, Really nice article!
We live part of the year at Tahoe and go over to Reno fairly regularly. I admit we're still getting to know. I now have a nice list of things to explore. Is the Truckee running in Reno? I know they've closed the damn up here at Tahoe as the Lake levels are low. Unfortunately the Truckee is running at extremely low levels this year and may not be open this summer I just learned! But luckily you have plenty of other places to explore—I hope you enjoy! Head up to Fallen Leaf lake above Tahoe if you haven't already been—one of my favorite Alternative Lifestyle in Reno I love visiting the son and daughter-in-law, who live there.
Hiking and mountain biking opportunities are abundant and never far away. Compass is lovely, too; its beautiful patio overlooks the Riverwalk. Reno also has an active home-brewing community, in which my son participates; all are very generous with their experiences and information. Tee I. Thanks for the Reno love, Leslie!
While I'd love it if we could claim an exclusive on lenticulars, they do occur in lots Alternative Lifestyle in Reno other mountain climates. We just happen to lucky us get a lot of them. AntoniaJames August 6, Does it give you grief?
Baking cookies always ended in heartbreak. Helen, I actually also have a house in Sun Valley Idaho at feetAlternative Lifestyle in Reno, NV.
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