The first round of culinary creators are starting to make their way to Reno Public Market, and we couldn’t be more excited for the sights and smells our patrons will experience very soon. Our collection of local food vendors includes cuisine such as Asian Fusion and Colombian & Argentinian, as well as food hall staples like burgers, BBQ and fried chicken.
“Seeing those food vendors finally making their home in our market is the fulfillment of the dream for
the project – great local food in a grand food hall, ‘food as art’”, said Doug Wiele, Founder and Chairman of Foothill Partners, the Developer/Owner of Reno Public Market. “It feels so good to be finding our place within Reno’s great history as a dining, arts, culture and entertainment scene.”
The following vendors have been announced as the first to move into Reno Public Market:
“It’s going to be like Food Truck Friday all year long,” said Steve Schroeder, general manager of Reno Public Market. “With no chain restaurants in sight, this food hall is a celebration of some of the best food The Biggest Little City has to offer.
But the artistic spirit of Reno Public Market extends far beyond incredible food. We’re also home to Maker’s Paradise Art Collective, Wyld Market and the Live@Faye’s stage, three spaces specifically designed for local artisans and performers.
“Reno Public Market is a place of artistry and creation,” said Natalie Zabiegalski, development director at FIRETEN Hospitality. “There’s no better example of that artistry than the chefs making their way into the food hall. We cannot wait to see who fills up the rest of our stalls.”