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The old Galena Lodge welcomes a trio of brand-new businesses, the perfect pit stops before or apres ski!

 

For 30+ years, the Alpine lodge on Mount Rose Highway was home to restaurants. You’ll find the quaint location just a few minutes beyond Montreux, in the Galena Forest area as the road rises towards Lake Tahoe. The Galena Forest Inn was built and opened in the lodge in 1983 by Reno culinary figures Gaudenz Derungs and Walter Zahnd. Julius Weiss, another Reno chef, bought the restaurant in 1988 and ran it for a decade before it was purchased by Craig Cunningham, another longtime local restauranteur. Later in 2005, Sierra Solitaire set up and wasn’t around for long. The Lodge at Galena followed and was open until 2013.

After five years of

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Reno had many new restaurant openings in 2018 and the 20 included on this list added something to the foodie scene. Whether it was their famous name, a cuisine we were lacking, a fabulous product or an engaging story, you’ll find it here.

 

Ăn – Asian Kitchen & Bar

Ăn is Vietnamese for “eat” and the restaurant carries on the tradition of Asian food by occupying the architecturally distinct location that held Café de Thai for many years. Located at 7499 Longely Lane.

 

Brauhaus 701

Located in Midtown, you can get all the German-inspired food at this German beer hall. There aren’t many others like it in town and you can even score vegan tacos there too. Located at 713 S. Virginia St.

 

Café de Thai

The café was the first in

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Reno is a unique city because it perfectly captures the mix of big-city attractions and a small-town vibe. A lot has changed in the last few years and there is a new vibe of re-energized ways to eat, drink and play. Here’s our suggestion for a 24-hour, fun-filled adventure.

Saturday afternoon

Kick off at the Grand Sierra Resort with their ice skating rink near the resort pool. Hit the ice with your skates, then grab some apres-skate hot chocolate and s’mores from the bar. You can head inside to warm up, or get toasty by one of the firepits. If you’d rather stay inside, they have tons of great options – bowling, laser tag, an arcade, indoor golf and more.

Saturday evening

Now it’s time for dinner! Reno’s Riverwalk is a great place for a

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Boba tea, Vietnamese, Indian with flair and, of course, pizza, are all featured in this round of up and coming restaurants throughout Reno.

 

 

Ciria’s Cocina Fine Mexican Dining – Lakeside Dr.

Ciria’s will be opening soon in the Shops at Bartley Ranch in the old “A Taste of Thai” space. This center is on Lakeside Drive south of McCarran Boulevard and also include Luciano’s, Pedalers Deli/Icecycle Creamery and, at the south end, the delicious pies of Smiling with Hope Pizza.

 

 

Haveli Indian Cuisine & Bar - Sparks

Behind the colorful storefront of Haveli lies a distinctive look fashioned by the owners. The chairs have luxurious blue slipcovers with gold sashes, the tablecloths are embroidered and the tables hold cut glass

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The most tenured provider of track and trace solutions in the market today is relocating its corporate headquarters to Reno, NV and opening its doors this December.

The office opening in Reno will serve as the company’s main headquarters along with its research and development and back-office operations center. Over the next several years, rfxcel plans to hire up to 200 employees. Their sophisticated technology optimizes supply chain operations with Serialization Software, Regulatory Compliance Management, Supply Chain Visibility Software and Internet of Things (IoT) Environmental Monitoring. Their product also enables products and goods manufactured domestically and abroad to reach consumers without the threat of contamination, adulteration or

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Flirtey CEO Matt Sweeney claims that the drone delivery age is right around the corner and Reno will be the first on the list.

The Reno-based drone company completed the first multi-drone delivery demonstration with a single pilot in the Federal Aviation Administration’s Drone Integration Pilot Program. The test was successfully performed in front of FAA representatives and put the company on track to approval for its drone delivery program. They hope to send consumer products by air, including FedEx packages, medical equipment and supplies.

“This program runs us through the end of 2020, so we expect that we’ll be regularly saving lives and improving consumer lifestyles through drone delivery in Reno even before that,” Sweeney said. “We’re

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Reno residents are being blessed with more options for food delivery, now from grocery stores.

Shipt, an online grocery delivery service began offering same-day delivery from Safeway on July 26 and Door Dash, an online restaurant delivery, soon followed suite on August 1. For either, orders can be placed through their app on iPhone or Android, or on their website.

Shipt and Door Dash aren’t the only other food delivery platforms running amuck in Reno. They’ve joined the crowd including Uber Eats, Instacart and drivers from Grubhub. These launches are following a macro-trend in which consumers desire time savings, convenience and an ecommerce experience with their food delivery.

In the past five years, deliveries of restaurant food has risen

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Gone are the days when people flocked to Reno to waste dollar bills on slot machines and tables. Today, the Biggest Little City is completely different.

Just south of the Truckee River is the hip Midtown area, the “it” place to enjoy the city. Shops, restaurants and bars inhabit early 20th century bungalows and give it an eclectic feel. This neighborhood arose from entrepreneurs finding their way during the recession and because of that there is a feeling of authenticity found there. Business owners will recommend their competition with a smile and a sense of community is in the air. The people here have one thing in common – they’ve all come together to create something special from what was once considered seedy.

There is no shortage of events

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Five Reno startups were recognized by the city and state officials this month for raising funding and creating high-paying jobs.

From a company that caters to endurance athletes to one that specializes in the Internet of Things, Governor Brian Sandoval and Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve paid them a special recognition. Breadware, the Sufferfest, Talage, MyVR and Bombora have brought 125 new tech jobs to the area and raised more than $10 million in funding. Even better, the average annual wage for those jobs is $77,000.

“We’re at the brink of a fourth industrial revolution, a new economy,” Sandoval said. “This community… has to be at the foundation and at the beginning of this fourth industrial revolution so we can position this state as the new

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An 11 million-square-foot data center facility will be joining the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Center (TRIC).

 

EdgeCore has been granted $26.3 million in tax abatements by Nevada’s board of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development. The company’s senior VP of investments said that EdgeCore is a startup with zero clients so far.

“Demand will continue and we want to position our platform accordingly,” said Matt Muell of EdgeCore.

Legacy and emerging industries in the Silver State have and will continue to rely increasingly on big data. Several experts have predicted that Nevada will need more data centers before too long in order for the new economy to continue maturing. The EdgeCore facility will have 225 MW capacity and will be built in

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