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Reno - West McCarran & Mae Anne



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You’re finally rolling into Reno. You can see the casino-hotels in the distance.

Exit #10, West McCarran Blvd is a shopping area with lots of what you might need.

Home Depot is right here next to the exit for hardware and some camping needs. Take a right and then make your first turn veering onto Summit Ridge Drive.

North of I-80 on McCarran and within a half mile you have Save Mart Supermarket, Safeway, a WalMart, some gas stations, lots of sit-down and fast-food dining options, a pharmacy, and several banks. Traffic and parking is plentiful, and getting in and out of the shopping centers is relatively easy for vehicles of all sizes.

South of the exit, down McCarran about a mile, on your left you will come to a home away from home, the Wildflower Village, with Hostel, Bed-and-Breakfast, Coffeeshop with Wifi, and art gallery. See below for details.

Groceries & Merchandise

Save Mart Supermarket
10500 North McCarran Blvd – 775-746-8882 / 775-746-5717- map
Open 6am-midnight. Another classic Save Mart with many ofthe Burner fixings. Pallets and pallets of water, Cool Neon el-wire kits, goggles, lotions, dry goods, dry ice, water barrels, etc, and well-stocked for all your alcohol needs. Overnight parking is perhaps available if you check in with the store management. Easy parking lot to move around in and great access.

Safeway
5150 Mae Anne Ave – 775-746-9000 / 775-746-9010 – map
Open 24/7. Safeway is stocking over 20 pallets of water along with ice and dry ice in the front lobby. Safeway offers a real live sushi chef during the day and Starbucks is inside for your caffeine addiction. There is a very large selection of natural and organic foods as well. Free wifi.

Wal-Mart Supercenter
5260 West 7th Street – 775-624-2000 – map
Open 24/7. Groceries, bulk water, booze, and some camping supplies.

Hardware/Camping Gear

Home Depot
5125 Summit Ridge Drive – 775-787-9690 – map
Open Mon-Sat 6am-9pm, Sun 7am-8pm

Restaurants

Eclipse Pizza
3950 Mayberry Drive – 775-747-4343 – map
Not your normal pizza place, this pizzeria offers artisan pizzas with lots of topping choices. Check out the “secret menu” on their website for some of their latest creations!

Hacienda Restaurant & Bar
10580 N Mccarran Blvd # 102 – 775-746-2228 – map
Open 10am-9pm daily.

Car Parts and Repair

Big O Tires and Service Centers
5130 Mae Anne Ave – 775-787-3222 – map
Open Mon-Fri 7am-6pm, Sat 7am-5pm.

O’Reilly Auto Parts
5010 West 7th Street – 775-787-3634 – map

Motels/Hostel

Wildflower Village
4395 West Fourth Street – 775-827-5250 / 775-787-3769 – map
Wildflower Village is perhaps the coziest of options in the region for burners looking to chill following a week on the playa. Serving as a hostel, motel, bed-and-breakfast, and artist gallery on the less-populated edge of West Reno above the Truckee River. Nightly rates are:  hostel beds are $30/person, motel rooms (for two) are $55, and bed-and-breakfast are $125/couples. Parking out front. Next door is a coffeeshop with wifi, a pub featuring among its many libations several brands of of absinthe (musicians welcome), the vintage and recycled clothing shop Bella’s Trunk, and two art galleries featuring around 100 local artists. Fun!

Urgent Care

Saint Mary’s Urgent Care
6180 Mae Anne Avenue # 1  – 775-770-7580 – map
Mon-Fri 8am-8pm, Sat & Sun 9am-5pm.

Coffeeshop and Pub with Wireless

Wildflower Village
4395 West Fourth Street – 775-827-5250 / 775-787-3769 – map
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.

Liquor Stores

Whispering Vine
3886 Mayberry Drive Suite D – 775-787-9463  – 775-622-8080 – map
Open Mon-Fri 11am-8pm, Sat 10am-8pm, Sun 11am-5pm. One of the few places in town to get fine wines, both foreign and domestic.

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