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Best of the Sierra

Here are Sierra Living’s Editors’ Picks for people to watch and trends to admire, followed by the “winners” of categories that are very deliberately tongue-in-cheek. Despite our humorous approach, however, we are perfectly serious about our recommendations, all of...

Street Food

Find out where locals spend their Friday nights, May through September. By Tim Hauserman Photography by Gina Munda Reno’s Food Truck Friday brings 35 of the region’s mobile vendors to the middle of Idlewild Park along the Truckee River. One of America’s...

High Tech Hot Spots

IF YOU BUILD IT, THEY WILL COME. FIND OUT HOW THE FOOTHILLS, THE CITY OF RENO AND EVEN THE MOUNTAIN RESORTS ARE ATTRACTING HIGH TECH TO THE HIGH SIERRA. By Katrina Paz, Whip Villarreal and Tim Hauserman THE GOLD COUNTRY It used...

Sunny Side Up

Two Chicks in Reno is run by... naturally... two chicks. Here's their 'eggceptional' story. By Paula Riley Photography by Gina Munda Just when you’ve decided which came first—the chicken or the egg—it turns out the answer is…neither. First came gourmet grilled sandwiches....

How Green is Reno?

National leaders may dither over whether climate change is real or not, but in Reno, the mayor and the city council are making the environment a top priority. Article and Photography By Matthew Bieker Over the past decade, Reno’s economic revival...

Q&A with Sean Bieker

To much local fanfare, Reno native Sean Bieker, 24, signed with Reno 1868 FC last year in the team’s inaugural season. Sierra Living’s Matthew Bieker—aka Sean’s older brother—sits down over lunch with this hometown hero. Story and Photography by Matthew...

Perfect Pairs Feb./Mar. 2018

If you’re planning to surprise your Valentine, it doesn’t have to be by walking in with a box of chocolates. In fact, David Wilson and Eric Pollard of Coffeebar suggest a fresh-baked pastry paired with a seasonal coffee can...

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Best of the Sierra

Best of the Sierra

Here are Sierra Living’s Editors’ Picks for people to watch and trends to admire, followed by the “winners” of categories that are very deliberately tongue-in-cheek. Despite our humorous approach, however, we are perfectly serious about our recommendations, all of which exemplify what we love most about the Sierra Nevada:...
autumn vineyards

Autumn Vineyards

It’s no secret the Sierra foothills are home to hundreds of wineries and vineyards. In fact, at roughly 2.6 million acres, it’s one of the largest American Viticulture Areas in the country, and includes the counties of Amador, Calaveras, El Dorado, Mariposa, Nevada, Placer, Tuolumne and Yuba. What this...
Tahoe Tea Kombucha

Tahoe Tea

Friends Bring Heart-Sourced Kombucha to the Sierra Nevada. By Katrina Paz Photos courtesy of Folk Brewing Co. There are many things that make a product special: Where it’s made, how it’s made and who makes it. FOLK Brewing Co. incorporates all these qualities into its intricately crafted teas, which come from the...