With wood-fired bagels, breakfast sandwiches, fresh baked goods and Stumptown Coffee, Reno offers a quick and affordable breakfast option—something the neighborhood was previously lacking.
When I stopped by for breakfast this week, it was clear that the staff was pumped to finally open the doors, giving each customer the menu lowdown and asking, “Do you live in the neighborhood?” I grabbed coffee and a sesame bagel to go—and man, I don’t think I’ll be going back to Einstein’s after this experience. And while picking up breakfast is quick as can be, I wouldn’t mind waking up early to enjoy pre-work breakfast and a book at one of their sun-soaked wood-plank tables.
But the menu doesn’t end with breakfast. For lunchtime eats, Reno offers a half dozen or so sandwich options, from the Cowboy Killer (maple fennel sausage, fried egg, béchamel, rajas) to the Guapo (Spanish tuna, celery, artichoke, pickled peppers, red onion, romaine).
Come sundown, Reno takes advantage of the beautiful wood oven left behind by Ciao, the space’s former inhabitant. Pizza options range from The Hog, a porkbelly carnitas concoction, to The Butternut, topped with squash, sage, gruyere cheese and walnuts. The menu also features several housemade pastas, all of which fall under the $15 price range.
Stop by soon and then let us know what you think of Reno’s breakfast, lunch and dinner options!