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We’re a Kid Friendly Restaurant in Reno (Truckee too)!

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Describing yourself as a kid-friendly dining establishment here in Reno, up in Truckee, or anywhere can go a few ways. Some people get worried, picturing animatronic characters, crayons on every table, and bad pizza. Other people – we’re looking at you, parents – are just resigned to what it’s really like to eat out with kids. And still others – …

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Three Signs You Should Eat More Sandwiches

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We wrote recently – quite convincingly – that sandwiches are a perfect summer food. From their inclusion of fresh, seasonal ingredients to their admirable portability and shape-shifting ways (hot, cold, piled high or pressed – you get the idea), sandwiches are especially awesome in the summer. We could probably end this post right here, but just in case you aren’t completely …

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A Sando To Go

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First day of summer, baby, and that means it’s about to get hot here in Reno and Truckee. We’ve been enjoying pretty mild temperatures, but things are going to start cranking. And when they do, you should know exactly where you can grab a great sando to go. Because you have places to be and things to do this summer, …

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Long Live the Summer Sandwich

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Summer and sandwiches go together like tequila and lime. From versatility to portability, there is literally a sandwich for everyone, anywhere. And while we’ve argued – compellingly, we might add – that there’s no better meal that the ol’ soup and sandwich combo on a wintry day, today, we’re giving you all the reasons that a summer sandwich can’t be …

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Yep, It’s True – We Do Eat More in the Winter

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Hands up if you’ve ever noticed that your appetite spikes when the thermostat drops. Why is that? Maybe it’s biology at work. Maybe it’s boredom. Maybe it’s because we’re all opportunists at heart, and cold weather means holidays means eating more. Let’s break it down. Shorter Days, Bigger Appetites? Ira Ockene, a cardiologist from the University of Massachusetts Medical School, …