Reno - Coffeehouses
The quality of Reno coffee varies widely. Starbucks are all over the place. Truckstops or minimarts are a good backup if you’re just looking for a shot of caffeine. Here however are a few places we love to hang out at, some of which have free Wifi too.
Bibo Coffee Company
945 Record Street – 775-348-8087 -
Open daily 6:30am-9pm. Just north of I-80 and downtown. A local favorite especially with the university with great coffee, tea, and goodies. Highly recommended.
663 North McCarran Boulevard – 775-355-9331 – (East McCarran and Prater Way)
Open Mon-Sat 6am-5pm, Sun 8am-3pm. Quality coffee, tea, and some food too! Wifi.
Dreamer’s Coffee House
701 South Virginia Street – 775-322-8040 – (Downtown)
Open Sun-Thur 6:30am-8pm, Fri-Sat 7am-8pm. Coffeehouse and deli with wifi and a local favorite!
HiPoint Coffee & Cafe
3687 Kings Row - 775-787-2477 - (West McCarran and Mae Anne Ave.)
Open Sat-Thur 6am-4pm, Fri 6am-8:30pm.
A restaurant and coffeehouse coming highly recommended. Breakfasts, scones & cinnamon rolls are uber great, and they have wifi and events.
Too Soul Tea Company
542 1/2 Plumas Street – 775-322-2001 - (Downtown)
Open Mon-Fri 7am-7pm, Sat 8am-7pm, Sun 9am-7pm. This is tea heaven, and a wonderfully cozy place! Offering a huge variety of teas, including medicinal teas (e.g. for liver cleansing), and you can bring your own containers, while they also sell 2.5 litre containers. They also offer coffee, as well as sandwiches and wraps for vegans. gluten-free and omnivores, as well as scones, muffins, bagels and turnovers. And free wifi. Highly recommended.
Wildflower Village Coffeehouse and Pub
4395 West Fourth Street – 775-827-5250 / 775-787-3769 – (West McCarran and Mae Anne Ave.)
Open Mon-Sat 7am-6pm, Sun 7am-3pm. Later hours during Burning Man. Musicians welcome to jam. Part of the Wildflower Village of art galleries, pub, hostel, motel, and bed-and-breakfast community.
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