One of the best ways to support Reno’s growing Hispanic and Latino population is to experience the culture and community through authentic cuisine, and personal connections and experiences. From Wells Avenue to downtown Reno and beyond, show your love and support to some of these local businesses.
Anna’s Taqueria on Wonder Street serves a menu of tacos and other specialties packed with delicious and authentic flavors, with vegetarian options included. Choose the “all-you-can eat” tacos option or a special combination dish and pair it with your favorite Mexican beer or michelada. In the warmer months, their outdoor patio seating is perfect on a sunny day.
Antojitos Colibri is one of many Hispanic and Latino businesses that call Wells Avenue home. Antojitos Colibri is a family-owned ice cream shop that features aguas frescas (all-natural fruit drinks) and Mexican fruit snacks on their menu. Mix and match your favorite flavors and hydrate with their authentic and fresh beverages.
Wells Avenue’s latest dinner spot, La Condesa Eatery, is a fusion restaurant offering dishes with a Mexican, Korean and Italian influence. Their menu features items like Bucatini Al Cilantro, Korean Pork Belly Hot Buns, Spanish Octopus and 1855 Tri-Tip Alambre. Get a taste of their contemporary cocktails and experience the hip urban vibes while enjoying the ambiance of outdoor dining in their courtyard space.
Mari Chuy’s Mexican Kitchen offers authentic cuisine for lunch and dinner across their four locations in Reno and Sparks, including the Village at Rancharrah and Reno-Tahoe International Airport. A local favorite, this family-owned restaurant is known for its fresh ingredients, signature cocktails and welcoming atmosphere. Pop in and say hello to Chuy and Maria!
Located on Vassar Street, Mandala Massage Supply and Apothecary is local and woman-owned aroma and apothecary shop. Shop for self-care and wellness products like pure essential oils, therapeutic aromatherapy, as well as fresh bath and body and natural skincare products.
A tribute to Latin American food and culture, A La Parrilla Latin Food brings the flavors of Latin American street food with a modern twist to Reno, from Colombian empanadas to Mexican tacos and Guatemalan churrasquitos. This restaurant prepares cuisine from four different countries – Colombia, Mexico, Guatemala and Cuba. Visit them at Reno Public Market!
An extension of Icecycle Creamery, Black Rock Dessert handcrafts ice cream and desserts using local products. They offer unique shakes, sundaes, cakes and pastries that are as Instagram-worthy as they are delicious.
Panaderia Las Palomas is a counter-serve eatery on Wells Avenue offering traditional Mexican dishes and baked goods. Choose from a variety of popular items such as pan dulce and tres leches cakes, carne asada tacos and tamales.
One of the newest coffee spots to open in Reno, Café Con Papi on 6th Street offers an open space bursting with colorful murals that nod to its Mexican roots. Choose from their specialty lattes like the Café Con Agave, a sweet, honey-flavored latte made with agave nectar, or spice up your caffeine intake with Café De Olla or Papi Mocha, both offering warm and cozy vibes with its cinnamon and nutmeg flavor. Pair your beverage of choice with a selection of sweet pastries such as pineapple empanadas or pan dulce sourced from local bakeries like Panaderia Las Palomas.
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