HUNGRY IN RENO

Participant: Brasserie Saint James

About

by Johnathan L. Wright

Brasserie Saint James, a longtime locals’ destination, occupies a historic former ice and water dispensary in Midtown. Brasserie combines a brewery with a brasserie-inspired restaurant. Ales and lagers are made using spring water from an artesian lake nearly 300 feet beneath the building. Brasserie offers beer on tap and packaged beer.

On the gastropub side, look for a Caesar with scratch dressing, housemade soft pretzels, cod and prawn fish and chips, jambalaya, and steak and frites au poivre. Brunch? Don’t miss Southern fried chicken and waffles and chimichurri flank steak and eggs.

901 S Center Street
Reno, NV 89501
(775) 348-8888
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Reno Food & Drink Week Menu

Surf ‘n’ Turf Pairing
$36

diver scallops and filet mignon with mae ploy sauce, paired with Brasserie’s gold medal winning Red Headed Stranger beer

Short Rib Pairing
$32

braised short rib paired with Brasserie’s Quadraphobia Belgian quad beer