Looking for a new way to dine? Look no further, Reno’s newest addition to Dine the District Food Tour has arrived: Buildings, Bites, and Brews is here Saturday, July 13th from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Over 15 businesses are coming together to excite your taste buds.
Good things no longer come in threes they come in fours, Dine the District Food Tour is on its fourth go around. Reno’s original Wine Walk has become a very popular monthly event, but for those non-wine drinkers the Dine the District Food Tour provides another occasion for the community to enjoy the area. Dine the District Food Tour is typically known as “where foodies come to feast,” but this time around the opportunity to try a few options of locally brewed beer from the Brewers Cabinet is presented with a variety of culinary delights from the finest restaurants and taverns in the Reno area.
Throughout the Riverwalk many buildings are strolled by unnoticed and generally people never think to look up at some of the most iconic ones. Every building has a past and the Riverwalk wants to share their stories during Buildings, Bites, and Brews. While patrons are sipping away on their brews donated by the Brewer's cabinet and enjoying their bites they will be educated about the rich history and vibrant past of the buildings. For an additional $10 you can enjoy a 1-hour tour prior to dining with locally renowned author and historian Alicia Barber, Ph.D from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
Dine the District Food Tour is simple; you will receive a food tour map as your formal admission to the self-guided tour during the day of the event. It’s $20 per person pre-sale and $25 day of. If you have children 10 years of age and under bring them down because it’s free and family friendly.
If after the feast of food you want to learn more about your “Biggest Little City,” from 4pm to 6pm there will be a free book signing by authors at the Reno/Tahoe Visitor Center, featuring Alicia Barber, Ph.D., who wrote Reno's Big Gamble, and Chris & Courtney Meredith, authors of Reno's Riverwalk District Images of America.
Tickets can be purchased online or the day of the event and are limited. Redeem tickets by presenting a receipt at the new Reno Tahoe Visitor Center located in the Reno eNVy store. Proceeds support continued development of the Riverwalk District!
To find out more information about the Riverwalk, how you can help or donate online visit www.renoriver.org email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 775-825-WALK (825-9255) Ticket sales are at: http://buildingsbitesbrews.eventbrite.com.
Reno Riverwalk District
P.O. Box 1606 Reno, NV 89505