The Biggest Little City's Best
This was my second trip to 4th Street in 8 months. If you like to spend some time with your food and those dining with you, then this is your kind of place. The atmosphere is home-like and subdued, except when the evening train rolls by on the far side of the street.
The food is mostly organic and mostly grown or raised locally. All pigs and cows served, have attended church (Presbyterian) every Sunday (before roasting) and scrubbed behind their ears before processing. I don't know that any of this imparts any more freshness and succulence to the meal, but it looks good on the resume.
Rumor has it that Chef Natalie learned her trade in San Francisco (could have been France) before venturing into the wilderness of Reno. Her menus make choice a chore. If you take the easy route and order the special or close your eyes and point, you will be well pleased with whatever meal is placed before you. I guarantee it. It is a bit pricey, but how do you put a price tag on succulence?
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