Welcome to Reno
A lush, eclectic, thriving city in the heart of Nevada
The biggest little city in the world thrives on a dynamic and lively environment in which a laid-back and friendly community has come to life. Reno is one of Nevada's crown jewels. It is home to hundreds of thousands of people who have transformed the city into its quintessential suburban culture.
Despite being overshadowed in the past by Las Vegas, today Reno shines with its own light. It has become synonymous with magnificence and fun in the purest Nevada style. Historic sites, casinos, a rockin' nightlife, and lots of good vibes abound in Reno. This community is a constantly evolving city center that aims to become a commercial and economic development benchmark. Reno is providing its residents with a flawless ecosystem in which to live life to the fullest.
What to Love
- Relaxing getaways to Lake Tahoe
- World-class ski locations
- One of the most tax-friendly states in the country
- A tier-1 university that fosters the development of Reno's youth
Reno has everything you could want in one city. This city is abundant with career opportunities and entertainment. Downtown exudes a hip, urban vibe, while Midtown is filled with trendy coffee spots and an eclectic mix of residents. Whether you’re looking for hip nightlife or a relaxing day at the lake, Reno has it all.
If you are a history lover and a die-hard fan of the aesthetic architecture of the early 20th century, the Newlands Historic District is the place for you. The astonishing natural landscapes combined with the traditional but classy architecture of the Newlands homes perfectly represent the historical identity of this neighborhood, which is worth noting. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Reno is full of options to delight your palate and enjoy delicious food. It is home to plenty of restaurants, cafes, and bars. Lulou's
offers a select menu of sophisticated dishes that combine haute cuisine with the traditional flavor of American bistros.
Mexican food has its own space in Midtown. Mari Chuy's
is the epitome of "FreshMex" food. This family-owned restaurant is a love letter to traditional Mexican food, serving authentic Mexican delicacies. From Fajitas to Burritos, Mari Chuy's stands as the unbeatable benchmark for Mexican flavor in Reno.
If you want to eat something delicious and healthy, Great Full Gardens
is your place. This restaurant provides healthy options for people with dietary needs, from vegan to gluten-free. You can also drink some of their 100% organic cold-pressed juices. Whether you go for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, Great Full Gardens offers you a select menu with varied options to eat healthily.
Noble Pie Parlor
is a restaurant serving 100% organic, non-GMO food, including a wide selection of pasta, wood-fired pizzas, and cured meats. If you like Italian food, Noble Pie Parlor is where to go for calzones, strombolis, lasagna, and more.
The best bar in town has a name, and it's The Emerson
. In Midtown Reno, this bar serves authentically crafted cocktails and the foamiest local beer. The Emerson has two environments, a lounge and patio, so you can enjoy delicious signature cocktails that are only served here. They also host fun, themed parties every month, so you'll always have an excuse to grab a cocktail and have a great time.
Things to Do
Throughout July, Reno becomes the capital of art. Artown
brings together thousands of artists, residents, and visitors. You can share experiences and enjoy a month full of events that promote artistic expression and invite everyone to embrace art as a way of life.
The Great Reno Balloon Race
is the world's largest hot air balloon event. From September 9th to 11th, more than 100 hot air balloons gather in the Reno sky to adorn the landscape with vivid colors and bring smiles to the more than 100,000 visitors who come to the festival.
In August, Reno celebrates its love for classic cars and rock n' roll in the purest American style. Reno Hot August Nights
brings together fans of classic cars and rock music in Reno for a magical and nostalgic weekend, where engines and guitars give the starting point to one of the most popular festivals in the country.
Every Wednesday from June 6th to August 29th, the Feed the Camel
event brings together dozens of local food trucks to celebrate a gastronomic encounter in which unique specialties and local beer are the stars.
Reno is served by the Washoe County School District.