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Lunch in Reno ranges from tasty tacos to sushi buffets with ethnic food and some cafes in the middle. The best thing? It's affordable. For around $12 per person.


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Mimosas, served in goblets and other unconventional glassware, are pale in color, which means you've got the right ratio. The Caprese flatbread, pork belly sliders, and deviled eggs are all popular. At the time, there was little for vegans in Reno, but his background was in food supply and distribution. Squeeze In actually got its start across the state line in the quirky California town of Truckee. Beer, wine, and a few sandwiches and salads are thrown in to round out the menu, but every dressing, sauce, and stock is made in house. The idea got off the ground when the husband and wife behind the venture began inviting friends over to try their homemade pots of soup. Yet restaurateurs still seem eager to double down on a sure bet. Chicken noodle, tomato bisque, broccoli cheddar, and chicken tortilla are the staples, but you always get loaded baked potato on Monday and New England clam chowder on Friday. An eclectic wine list is always expanding, but seasonal changes carry over to cocktails prepared with house-made syrups, shrubs, and garnishes. The restaurant sits in the heart of Reno on the Truckee River with a large patio overlooking the water. The guys behind the operation don't just make candy. Reno may be a casino town, but the top restaurants aren't dominated by hotel executives or celebrity chefs. But the real specialty here are the Turkish Delights -- gummy candies made without gelatin. Kwok's Bistro does big with Chinese tourists and Panasonic employees who take a nearby shuttle to and from their Sparks facility. Kwok's Bistro -- just two blocks west of the Reno Arch -- does Chinese food the right away. Palmer's attention to detail and preference for Midwest cattle is felt throughout the menu with daily operations left in the hands of Executive Chef Michael Mahoney. When the weather is nice, tables are brought out onto the porch and a grassy front yard underneath string lights and tree branches -- and just steps away from the rushing waters of the Truckee River. But this mountain community has plenty of charm and a growing wave of momentum in the dining department. Pizzas are roasted in a wood-fired oven. Since then, others have shaped the direction of the restaurant, including Chef David Holman, adding new elements to the original core vision. The cocktails are masterfully crafted with in-house syrups, fresh-squeezed juices, and compelling spirits. They began with a line of soups that's grown to 18 recipes marketed under the Gino the Soup Man brand and continued with burgers, pizzas, and salads. The cuts are topped with the restaurant's own salt blend of about 30 ingredients, including fleur de sel, white pepper, garlic, celery seed, and paprika. The dining room is an inviting space with tall ceilings, stone decor, and a fireplace for a touch of coziness. It's actually always been a dining spot -- serving French and Swiss cuisine under different identities over the years -- although the residential feel is part of the charm. The bar is overloaded with style, mixing a mid-century modern aesthetic with a classic Hollywood feel. The restaurant makes about 60 to 70 gallons of the stuff each day with a selection that rotates frequently. Charlie Palmer Steak is really designed to make fine dining accessible for the casino crowd with a dining room that takes full advantage of wide-open space, modern decor, and a colorful blend of deep color schemes. It's a nice touch, but the menu is loaded with so many intriguing brunch-centric variations on eggs, pancakes, and sandwiches, it gets hard to narrow down an order. So the couple founded what would become Great Full Gardens by ordering all the healthy foods that other restaurants seemed to be avoiding. Take a few bottles home with you from the hidden retail lounge in the back. Each one retains its own hyperlocal identity, but they all come with pop-culture decorations and walls scribbled in crayon. Meats are grass-fed, fish is wild-caught, and pretty much anything is organic whenever possible. The restaurant even has its own greenhouse, providing ingredients for fresh garnishes, seasonings, and sauces used in recipes by Chef Ethan Phelps. New restaurants with fresh visions are drawing crowds alongside old favorites full of character and history. You won't hear phrases like "Michelin star" and "petit fours" tossed around. It's the latest project by restaurateur Ellen Woo, whose highly acclaimed Cafe occupied the same space years ago. The menu covers a variety of regional tastes, from Shanghai-style Lion Head pork meatballs to the spicy Szechuan flavors in its hot pot. So what's the secret? Other favorites include the crispy polenta with truffled mascarpone and fluffy-fresh house-made focaccia bread, never kept for more than 48 hours. The small stand-alone restaurant feels even more miniscule in the shadow of the old Downtown casinos, but the front courtyard opens up for extra seating when the weather allows it. So are raw desserts -- specifically cheesecakes made with nuts and fruit. Gilbert likes to celebrate the comradery that's associated with great food, which is why the restaurant consciously avoids a stuffy dining room in favor of a contemporary brick, and glass design. Flavors range from traditional pistachio to fun combos of macadamia and coconut. The menu covers a lot of ground, from photogenic charcuterie plates to house-cured duck confit. Midtown Confectionery business with Turkish Delights, pastries, and coffee Pangolin Cafe specializes in artisanal candies, including almond-based toffees coated in dark or milk chocolate. You'll find a few French staples -- escargot, French onion soup, steak frites -- to draw in casual crowds, but the menu also ventures in more adventurous territory with sweetbreads, braised lamb shoulder, or duck breast enhanced with dried curry spice, vadouvan, and caramelized pineapple. And with herbs and vegetables delivered daily from Nevada farms, who's to argue?{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Hong Li is back on board -- a chef so good, he once prepared food for Deng Xiaoping and other high-ranking members of the Chinese government. Raw bowls are popular. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Reno's not a fancy place. No Facebook page. The house potato chips, fried at the beginning of every shift, playfully complement the powerful hunks of beef. Organic duck is always popular. Old Southwest A fresh take on New American cuisine in a boutique shopping mall The Rattlesnake Club is a major multi-million-dollar investment by Jeff Bacon, a doctor who wanted to bring a unique dining spot to the small boutique shops at Arlington Gardens Mall. There's no ignoring the yin-and-yang relationship between the two places, yet both feel suitable for the evolving image and identity of modern-day Reno. While more expensive fine dining restaurants charge a mortgage payment for Peking Duck, Kwok's version competes with the very best for a fraction of the price -- prepped at least two days in advance, dry hung with a spice rub, and roasted for a candy-like skin on the outside. Chef Natalie Sellers and General Manager Carol Wilson relocated to Reno from San Francisco nearly 20 years ago to carry out their own concept after working for other people. Much of the menu caters to American preferences, but turn to the last page for a collection of chef's favorites that are so authentic it may take your palate a few bites to readjust. The food is ingredient driven with extensive prep work. No matter what you order, the recipes tend to be simple but flavorful -- with no overwhelming heaviness. The place is far from intimidating, but still feels like an event. Woo is a leading figure in promoting and nurturing Asian culture in Reno, having operated restaurants, markets, and other businesses over the years. While Midtown Eats is bright and inviting, the bar is moody with dimly lit candles and black leather furniture. The floors creek and a corner stone fireplace sits by windows that overlook train tracks, trees, and the rolling hills of Northern Nevada. Reserve a table outside, order a bottle of wine, and you're already off to a great start. All pastas, including a inch-long bucatini, are cooked to order -- often for just a few minutes to produce a perfect al dente bite. Bring the dog. South Reno Regional Chinese food from a familiar team No website. And all those people gotta eat. Round out all that booze with a food menu that puts a fresh spin on bar favorites. Just start with the chocolate-covered bacon and take it from there. Yeah, you can have sweet and sour chicken if you want, but the goal here is to expose customers to traditional Cantonese cuisine, including clay pot stews and whole roasted fish. The daily-pulled mozzarella is so fresh you can smell it from across the dining room. However, the biggest crowd pleaser is the tomato soup and grilled cheese combo, also available in vegan form. Gino Scala started the business with his wife Juli after he was diagnosed with diverticulitis and shifted to a plant-based diet. As always, Estee's commitment to Nevada farms and ranches is reflected on the menu. Midtown Craft cocktail lounge with light bites where women are front and center The Reno cocktail scene is getting stronger by the day, and the latest example is The Emerson. A Reno family loved visiting it so much, they bought the business, expanding the concept to locations not only throughout Nevada, but California and even Texas. The dining room has a modern edge, while the downstairs market and butcher shop is responsible for charcuterie, sausages, breads and pastries. Fortunately, the best restaurants in Reno offer something for everyone -- and many of them have a story to tell. The menu continues to follow Estee's preferences for fresh ingredients while skewing heavily Italian. Since then, those items took a backseat to pan-roasted chicken, ribs, pasta, and other entrees, although the spicy Atomic Burger with chipotle aioli and charred habanero salsa remains a favorite. The Cubao Breve is especially good, with turbinado sugar and cinnamon mixed in the coffee grounds before steamed half-and-half is added. Prime certified angus beef is cooked hot and fast on a Montague top-down broiler, trapping in the juices while producing the right amount of char. Feel free to sign your name. The eggs are folded gently around the toppings instead of being mixed together. A full coffee bar serves a nice selection of java drinks and loose-leaf tea -- each with a square of Turkish Delight on the side. They also made the furniture, which gives the clean minimalist space a rustic feel. It goes especially well with the Liege-style Belgian waffles, made with a thicker brioche-like dough.