Your Fall Dining Guide in Reno Tahoe

If you know anything about Reno Tahoe, you know we take pride in being serious foodies around here. These new local restaurants offer a unique variety of food options that are perfect for you to try this fall. Time to get wrapped up in scarves, fuzzy boots, changing leaves, and these de-lish fall favorites from these local dining spots around Reno Tahoe!

Hard Water House

If you’re a fan of whiskey, cigars, and really good food, look no further. Reno’s only cigar and whiskey bar gives you an escape into an older era – with the feel of an old western saloon. Their menu items range from 27 oz bone-in ribeyes and burgers to tamales and salads, so there’s something for everyone.  If you’re serious about the whiskey or cigars, you can even store anything you try or buy in their lockers! This one’s for the boys.

The Shore Room

Take in the beauty of downtown Reno as you relax and enjoy delicious food right on top of the Truckee River with this new delight. This Greek/Mediterranean inspired menu brings a cultivation of unique flavors to your dish, with items like lamb sliders with pops of preserved mustard seed or Alaskan halibut with panzanella croutons. This hot spot packs a punch with flavors and style.

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Arario

This gem is tucked away in Midtown and is most well known for their creative new spins on Korean flavors. With unique items like kimchi fries and bulgogi burritos, you’re guaranteed to have a special experience here.

Thali

This rustic space offers organic North Indian cuisine, complete with multiple vegetable curries, lentil dishes, raita, rice pilaf, chutney, handmade chapatis, and dessert. All of their food is bought fresh from local farms, so even more bonus points! Their menu changes based on what’s growing seasonally, so check out their Facebook for menu updates.

Check out our food & drink section for more dining options.

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