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Reno Springs Into Deliciousness: 5 Spring-Inspired Items To Try Today

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Spring is upon us!

The snow is starting to melt making way for precious produce to sprout. Reno’s restaurants are reveling in the delicious bounty of the new season and we can’t wait to taste through the changing menus around town. Here are some of the awesome spring-inspired dishes and drinks to try right now!

1. Killer Bee’s – Death & Taxes


This complex and invigorating cocktail starts with Barr Hill Gin, a honey-infused that balancing the juniper flavors with floral honey notes. The drink features bright citrus flavors, from lemon and orange peel centric RinomatoAperitivo, a luscious mouthfeel courtesy of egg white while honeycomb brings the ideal pop of sweet. Perfect for sipping on their patio on a sunny spring day.

2.Heirloom Carrots- Liberty Food & Wine Exchange

Liberty Food and Wine is always bringing exciting flavor combinations with a hyperlocal focus and their heirloom carrots roasted in cumin and Vadouvan curry yogurt are no exception. This dish is bursting with color from the heirloom carrots. The warm spices of cumin and clove give the dish complexity and the curry yogurt finishes the dish with brightness and tang. This dish is full of surprising flavor combinations you’ll be thinking about for days!

3. Peas & Ham – Kauboi Izakaya


Midtown’s funky Japanese Izakaya always boasts a delicious menu of small bites and yakitori.  hile it might be hard to stray away from your favorite items (i.e. chicken soup dumplings), it’s worth making room for the newcomers to the spring menu, including Peas & Ham. Peas might be the most quintessential of spring flavors and Kauboi balances their sweetness perfectly with salty prosciutto.

4. Asparagus in Bearnaise – Lulou’s


This modern spot, with an open kitchen, always makes the ranks of Reno’s top restaurants with their upscale New American menu. In honor of spring, they’re featuring tender green asparagus in a decadent bearnaise sauce, finished with mojama shavings for a salty finish.

5.Spring Tasting Menu- Pips Pass

Reno’s most exclusive dining experience, Pip’s Pass, features a daily changing menu using only the freshest ingredients. The Pip’s Pass is only open Friday and Saturday’s with 8 seats available at the chef’s counter, located inside The Shore. Expect to see your favorite spring flavors from artichokes to peas and fava beans, in creative and mouth-watering preparations.


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