33 Tahoe / Reno Area Restaurants to Love This Valentine's DayWe took a look at our data to select the restaurants that are perfect for your Valentine's Day celebrations this year.
33 Tahoe / Reno Area Restaurants to Love This Valentine's Day
Diners' Choice Winners: Best Overall
Reno's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
The only improvement would be if our drinks came out faster. We had already started eating before our drinks came out and we didn’t get a chance to order wine with our food because of the timing. Other than that the service was excellent, food tasty, prices reasonable, and general atmosphere very pleasant. I would definitely recommend this place. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Overall, a great time and experience. Thank you. It had been 5 years since our last visit to the steakhouse. The food was awesome. Loved the truffle mac. The lobster tail was big and tasty. The server Augustine was pleasant and very friendly. All the food was cooked to our needs and was great. We will be back sooner then five years next time. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Mangia Tutto features both Chicago “Deep Dish,” the perceived Chicago-style pizza; as well as, thin crust square cut “Tavern Style” pizza. As native Chicagoans we will tell you while we relished the occasional “Deep Dish” pizza, they were often only enjoyed on special occasions. The thin crust pie is the true “Chicago Pizza” readily available in any Chicago neighborhood.More
Reno has both ends of the dining spectrum - from casual to ritzy - covered. For those days when you need a hearty meal served up in a home-style fashion, casual cafes and diners will hit the spot. They serve nearly anything from omelets to burgers. Delis are the go-to spot for sandwiches, and brewpubs offer an assortment of appetizers, meals, and small-batch beers. But for elegant dining nights, consider a fine Reno steakhouse, where both the service and the menus show that the "Biggest Little City" is a place to live it up. Those with specific palates need not fear going hungry in Reno. Options abound for those who prefer local vegetables or need a vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free dish.