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Winter Urban Survival

Harsh winter weather can take it’s toll, and it’s important to stay warm, happy and CAFFINATED. Richie Bednarski writes in with a couple good downtown winter weather respite options at cool local Reno businesses:

Dreamer's Coffee House
With many places to get coffee in Reno, there is one place that has a unique environment. Dreamer’s Coffee House, located right on the Truckee River and Virginia St, just off the beaten path of downtown is a sure hit. With customer appreciation days where you get half off drinks and great sandwiches, this is the perfect place to grab a hot cup of coffee and warm up during these cold winter days. Grab a friend and go check it out!Java Jungle

Another great spot to grab a cup of coffee and experience the local Reno culture is Java Jungle. Located on West and First Street, not too far from the heart of downtown Reno. Here you can enjoy fresh food and coffee. Every Monday they host an open mic night and every month they feature art from a different artist. This is the place to go for your Mexican Mocha! A friendly atmosphere coupled with great baristas makes this coffee house one of my favorites. And a great spot to experience the local culture of Reno.

-Richie

3 Responses to “Winter Urban Survival”

  1. Nico says:

    Dreamer’s website leaves much to be desired, similar to their rude customer service.

  2. Aaron says:

    We’ve stopped for coffee at Dreamers and Java Jungle after many Wingfield events. The customer service was pretty so-so at Dreamers (as nico said above) and the coffee at Java jungle is hit or miss.

    Bibo Coffee gets my vote for now.

  3. MikeTheBike says:

    Bibo is a Reno Favorite for sure. Can’t say I have any complaints about Dreamers though. I’ve always had good service there. And Java Jungle gets MY vote for Funkiness and local flavor!

    -M

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