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 Reno Food Tours 2022 Season 

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We are getting ready to kick off our 2022 Reno Food Tour Season, and we couldn’t be more excited! This year we’re revisiting some of our favorite eateries and introducing new restaurants to our Midtown & Murals Tour and our Downtown Tour. In between tastings, you’ll get fun facts, history, and a glimpse into the Biggest Little City’s vibrant art scene. These tours are shaping up to be some of our tastiest yet. We hope you can join us for one of these enticing culinary adventures in Reno!


Midtown & Murals Tour Lineup


India Kabab and Curry

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Midtown’s favorite Indian Restaurant has joined the tour line-up with its savory and fresh Indian flavors. Vegans, vegetarians, and carnivores get excited about Kabab and Curry’s well-balanced curries, fluffy naan, and spicy chutney. Their menu features delicacies from both North and South India.


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No foray into Midtown’s food scene would be complete without visiting Mari Chuy’s. This family-owned establishment was one of the first to put Midtown on the map. The interior features roll-top doors and colorful decor. Over the years, they haven’t skipped a beat with their fresh take on Mexican flavors. Their warm hospitality pairs perfectly with their cool margaritas.


Great Full Gardens
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We are confident that this Midtown staple will leave you exactly as the name suggests, in great spirits with a full stomach. Great Full Gardens strikes the perfect balance with healthy, nutritious food that is also comforting. 


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Food tour participants are going to love the soups at Süp. Their daily changing selection of soups is made using fresh, seasonal ingredients that warm your body and soul. Süp has a fantastic outdoor patio, where you can spot some of Midtown’s colorful murals. Inside the vibe is warm and cozy with chalkboard menus that showcase their soups and sandwiches. 


Bibo Freddo
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No food tour would be complete without a little something sweet, and nothing satisfies like the gelato at Bibo Freddo. Flavors range from faithful standbys like chocolate, mint chip, and pistachio, to monthly-changing flavors that tantalize like Olive Oil, Rose Lassi, and Tiramisu. They also have a host of fantastic vegan flavors. Their creamy deliciousness is the perfect way to end a day of eating your way through Midtown.


Downtown Reno Food Tour


Sabrina’s West Street Kitchen

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Reno’s West Street Market is full of fantastic restaurants, but there’s something exceptional about Sabrina’s, where Sabrina is almost always onsite to greet you with a smile and tell you about the magic she’s been cooking up in her kitchen. You’ll feel like you’re eating with family, a family that serves fun, delicious, and eclectic home-cooked meals.

Wild River Grille

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 Enjoying the views of the Truckee River is one of our favorite parts of the Downtown Reno Food Tour. The only thing better is getting to take in the sights alongside the scrumptious food at Wild River Grille. Reno locals always rank Wild River Grille in their list of Reno’s best restaurans, because of its contemporary and creative fare and we think you’ll feel the same. 


Sizzle Pie

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Pizza is for everyone! It was this motto that first inspired Sizzle Pie’s founders, and it’s one that we at Reno Food Tours have embraced wholeheartedly. After a slice of their West Coast meets New York-style pizza, we think you’ll be singing the same tune.


The Coconut Downtown
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photo courtesy @eatinginreno

One of Reno’s newest Thai restaurants, The Coconut Downtown has been a welcome addition to the flavors of Downtown Reno, and an even more welcome addition to the Reno Food Tour lineup. Tour-goers will get to sample their colorful and bright Thai dishes.  


Old Granite Street Eatery 
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photo courtesy @granitestreeteatery

This gathering spot in Downtown has mastered the art of elevated comfort food. The farmhouse-style space keeps the flavors classic and the ingredients high quality. The name pays homage to the building’s original address 243 Granite St. The building was erected in 1940 and was built specifically for a restaurant.

7 Troughs Distilling

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Our Downtown tour finishes in one of the coolest of Reno locales. Tucked away in The Basement of the old post office, you make your way through the art deco façade and descend into The Basement, an urban marketplace featuring local makers, where 7 Troughs Distilling & Speakeasy is located. The distillery crafts and hand bottles bourbon, rum, whiskey, and more. Food tour guests will cap off the tour with a rum cupcake.  When you are done have fun exploring the other local makers in the Basement. 

Whether it’s artsy in Midtown or history in Downtown, we can’t wait for you to join us on one of our delectable Reno Food Tours. Book yours today! 

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