2nd annual Reno Food & Drink Week set for June 2-9

Cheree Boteler is founder of Hungry in Reno and creator of Reno Food & Drink Week.

Cheree Boteler is founder of Hungry in Reno and creator of Reno Food & Drink Week. Courtesy Photo

Local food brand Hungry in Reno announced last month the second annual Reno Food & Drink Week will take place June 2-9.

Participants will offer fixed price menus, drink flights and/or specialty food/drink items that will only be available during this week, according to a recent press release.

“The culture and reputation of our community is a reflection of its restaurant scene,” Erin Bogart, owner of Bistro 7 in Reno, said in a statement. “Good restaurants are vital to making Reno a desirable place to live and we are excited to, once again, participate in this event that supports such an important industry in our community.”

Formerly known as Reno Restaurant Week, the event was created
in 2020 to support and celebrate the local food and drink community and encourage locals and visitors to try new places.

“I’m so excited for another chance to celebrate Reno/Tahoe’s wonderfully eclectic culinary experiences,” Cheree Boteler, founder of Hungry in Reno, said in a statement. “It is my greatest pleasure to have the opportunity to work with owners, chefs and managers to promote their establishments before, during and after this tasty week.”

Food and drink establishments within the Reno, Sparks, Carson and Tahoe area are invited to register to participate by visiting

While Reno Restaurant Week is not considered a charity event, 100% of net income from the event will be split evenly between the three 2021 Hungry Gives Back charities: Eddy House, Reno Rodeo Foundation and STEP2, according to the press release.

“We are honored to be a part of the Hungry in Reno Team,” Diaz Dixon, CEO of Eddy House, stated. “It is amazing when community minded people invest in making this place stronger and better. We are humbled, truly humbled.”

Go to
renorestaurantweek.com or contact Boteler at hungryinreno@gmail.com or 775-527-2023 to learn more.


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