Restaurants in Sun Valley


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  • Postal Cafe
    About 50 years ago, the building that would become Postal Cafe was a gas station in Reno. In the early '70s, someone decided to pick up the whole structure and move it to Washoe Valley. Once the gas station ran dry, the building evolved over the years into a video store, a post office, and, finally, this community favorite of a caf?. The overhang that once covered gas pumps still stands, now shading outdoor tables. And though locals can't pick up their mail anymore?they could up until just recently?meals are handmade and hand-delivered to their tables. Making food from scratch is vital to chef-owner Bella, who begins each day assembling breakfasts of pancakes, veggie- and meat-infused scrambles, and biscuits with housemade gravy. For lunch, she whips up a special dressing to drizzle atop reubens, tops hand-formed burgers with pepperjack cheese and green chilies, and roasts turkey and beef for sandwiches. Even customers who lick their plate clean should stick around for dessert?Bella graduated from Portland's Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts with a degree in baking and pastry arts. Every day, she bakes scones, brownies, cookies, and pies.
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    3115 Eastlake Boulevard
    New Washoe City, NV US
  • Hobey's Restaurant and Casino
    Catch up with your friends over a bite to eat at Hobey's Restaurant and Casino, a local American bistro. Watching your diet? Stay on track at Hobey's Restaurant and Casino, a local restaurant with gluten-free and low-fat options. Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly cuisine at Hobey's Restaurant and Casino just as much as mom and dad. If you need to get somewhere fast, the restaurant also serves up grub to go. Store your car on the street or in a nearby lot at Hobey's Restaurant and Casino. Typical diners should plan to spend about $30 per person on Hobey's Restaurant and Casino's moderately priced fare.
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    5195 Sun Valley Blvd
    Sun Valley, NV US
  • My Favorite Muffin
    My Favorite Muffins & Bagel Café cooks up divine deli delights and thrills fans of post-oven muffin batter with cake-like gourmet muffins. Bite into bliss with a gourmet sandwich ($5.65 each), such as the classic turkey, or reprise vegetable-based catchphrases when ordering the holey guacamole sandwich, a flavorful bread shelter for turkey, guacamole, green pepper, lettuce, and tomato. Herbivorous accomplices may feast on light-and-fit choices, such as the garden mix salad ($4.99) and the mediterranean bread salad, a spirited ensemble of ripe tomatoes, onion, cucumbers, and salami in a chorus line with provolone cheese, green olives, crisp greens, and greek vinaigrette dressing ($6.99).
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    2868 Vista Blvd
    Sparks, NV US
  • Jolt-N-Java
    Jolt-N-Java's baristas brew locally roasted coffee beverages and slice up lunch and breakfast sandwiches within the vibrant orange walls of a cozy cafe. Customers can sip on signature caffeinated mochas, flavored lattes, and teas to prep themselves for a day of work or an all-night knitting marathon. Pair a bagel and cream cheese with a large coffee ($4.50), or wed a breakfast sandwich with bacon, ham, or sausage with a medium chai-tea latte ($7.06). A medium latte can unite with a breakfast burrito—a large flour tortilla coddling scrambled eggs and bacon beneath a shower of salsa or the sinus-clearing El Patio hot sauce ($7.57). Guests can order through the drive-through window for speedier satiation or spend an afternoon perched on couch cushions and stools, rifling through or circling every dangling modifier in the shop's selection of books and magazines or shopping online via complimentary WiFi.
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    5255 Vista Blvd
    Sparks, NV US
  • David's Grill
    If fine food and refreshing beverages are on your to-do list, check out David's Grill in Sparks. Low-fat eaters will need to take care, however, since the menu does not feature any skimmed-down fare. Great place to bring the whole family with great food and a business casual dress code. Can't get enough of David's Grill's tasty dishes? They also offer a catering service for parties and events. Valet, street and garage parking options are readily available near David's Grill. Fancy snacks do come at a higher price, but wow are they delicious. Stop by for three square meals a day — David's Grill serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    6600 N Wingfield Pkwy
    Sparks, NV US
  • Boulevard Pizza
    In keeping with a more than 40-year tradition, Boulevard Pizza's culinary crew forges dough from scratch in a vintage mixer before dousing each thin-crust round with house-made tomato sauce. After taking a gander at the menu and consulting with a specialized soothsayer, pie tacticians customize 12-inch pizzas ($11.49) with a choice of 20 fresh toppings ($1.05 each) such as italian salami, shrimp, cheddar, or pineapple. Specialty pizzas showcase a pre-plotted landscape of flavors and include the produce-packed vegetarian ($19.69 for 15") and the western cheeseburger, which is slathered in Bull's-Eye barbecue sauce and festooned with bacon, ground beef, and red onion ($15.69 for 12"). An order of 10 hot wings ($6.99) marinates for 24 hours in a cayenne-pepper sauce, just as Icarus did when training to fly closer to the sun, and 12-inch canadian-bacon heroes ($5.49) brim with lettuce, tomato, and a special house sauce.
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    1076 Rock Blvd
    Sparks, NV US
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