Another favorite of mine, this place is located in a lovely grey brick building located on Sierra Street in between the heart of downtown and Midtown. From my office I have a bird’s eye view of it.
I walked here for lunch yesterday because I’m totally enjoying this warm spring weather finally! It's one of the many great lunch places within walking distance, too.
Lots of character and charm in this old building built in 1940, named because this street used to be Granite Street until it wasn’t. Happy hour is from 3-6 on weekdays, and on Mondays all bottles of wine under $100 are half off. Also you can stop in on weekend mornings for brunch.
This drink is called a winter spiced sparker and it consists of house-made apricot bourbon, winter spice syrup, lemon and sparkling wine. To me it’s like champagne meets autumn. I'm also diggin' the water in the old Jack Daniels bottle - awesome touch.
My lunch was phenomenal! This is the best pulled pork sandwich I’ve had in Reno! It’s only topped by the one I had a few years back in Seattle at Local 360. Super refreshing salad to go with it. I totally cleaned this plate, which is rare for me!
It’s like stepping inside a 1940s train depot in here with the high ceilings, wood furniture and high-backed booths. I love the feel in here.
Be sure to check out their bar Royce next door, outdoor patio and all. Soon come the days of outdoor dining - can't wait!