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.
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 centerpieces, cut glass water goblets, gold flatware and windows trimmed by golf valances. To receive service or call for your bill, you press a small plastic console. The menu is full of appetizers and flatbreads, meat and veggie dishes, separate sections for biryanis and tandoor along with four Indo-Chinses dishes. The word Haveli in Hindi means “mansion” or “large home”.
La Mint last month went before the Reno City Council to get an alcohol license approve. This little restaurant is located in the old CaiE’s Oriental Café, which just closed after nearly a decade of serving lunch specials, various stir-frys and its well-known dim sum.
Tealeaf Café – Sierra Center Pkwy.
The little café opened in late August next door to Quiznos in the Target shopping center on Sierra Parkway in South Reno. You can order bubble teas (also called boba), slushies, smoothies, espresso drinks and savory delights from summer rolls and Thai fried rice to an udon bowl with fish cakes.
The longtime Reno coffee shop has opened a third location in a renovated bungalow on Arlington Ave. just south of the Truckee River. The newest location joins the original shop on Mayberry and the stored that opened two years back on Wells Avenue. The bungalow used to be home to Perk Up Coffee Shop and, before that, Strega.
Another familiar name, the fresh pizza joint has just opened a fourth location. They now have a stake in South Reno, Mount Rose Street, downtown Reno and the airport. Besides their signature pies and build-your-own, this newest location has eight beers on tap, four wines on tap, to-go orders and al fresco dining.
The Loop will be a new entertainment, sports and dining complex in South Reno. Zeppelin is the Loop’s first restaurant and the debut should come sometime in December. The Loop hosted a soft opening earlier this month as a preview. Zeppelin’s restaurant is inspired by 1904 St. Louis’ World’s Fair and has a menu of craft cocktails, shareable plates and a raw bar.
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