Grab and Go Lunches

Attendees can pre-purchase grab and go lunch to pick up on site at the venue if they wish to stick around during the lunch break.  Important –  you must purchase this in advance via registration. There will be no opportunity to purchase this onsite as all orders need to be filled in advance

Dining Options in the Conference Venue

The Row Complex, including the Silver Legacy, has a variety of dining options onsite. This interactive map of the complex has links to restaurant websites/menus (the food court in Circus Circus has several fast options for a quick lunch)

The following local dining options have been recommended by the local organizing committee in Reno, NV with the consideration of those with dietary restrictions.

V – vegan, VG – vegetarian, GF – gluten-free, WA – wheelchair accessible

Distance from the conference venue is in parentheses.


Sips Coffee & Tea (Venue)  WA

This tasty coffee shop offers all your favorites from sweet treats to coffee themed souvenirs. At SIPS, you can get your energy boost with a variety of fruit smoothies, fresh pastries and fruit as well.


Old World Coffee Lab (0.8 mi)  

This roastery respects and highlights work put into them during growing and processing.  Here they display all that quality and hard work across many different brew methods and beverages. This can be anything from a precision, hand-brewed coffee to using the coffee as a primary ingredient in specialty drinks.


Perenn Bakery (1 mi)  WA

A bread counter and cafe located in Reno’s Midtown District. Serving Perenn bread, pastries, espresso, and a variety of sweet and savory tartines in a comfortable setting.


Two Chicks (1.6 mi)  WA

Full dining restaurant that serves breakfast and lunch. This women-owned establishment is proud of their menus and commitment to offer fresh ingredients, homemade dishes and elevated comfort food.



Golden Flower (0.1 mi)  V  VG  GF  WA

Vietnamese restaurant that features a wholesome menu in a casual full service environment. Caters to people with specialized dietary needs, such as vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, or Paleo.

Menu Available

Bab Cafe (0.4 mi)  V  VG  GF  WA

Wholesome Korean in a cup. Quick service offering mainly bibimbap bowls. Serves meat, but other options are available: No nuts, paleo available, gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian friendly.

Menu Available

Thali (0.4 mi)  VG  WA

Thali is an organic, vegetarian restaurant serving authentic North Indian cuisine. Showcases items grown from the hardworking Reno area farming community.


Nom Eats (0.4 mi)  V  WA

Nom Eats was a vegan food truck based in Reno, Nevada, but now has become a restaurant. They specialize in vegan street food, think everything you loved and grew up on, veganized!

Menu Available

Smee’s Alaskan Fish Bar (0.8 mi)  WA

Jon Smee has fished Alaskan waters for 40 years and has access to the finest seafood in the world. Their Claim to Fame is the Great Fish and Chips with fresh Tartar sauce.

Menu Available

Campo (0.9 mi) 

A dining establishment — owned by acclaimed chef Mark Estee — specializing in comforting Italian cuisine. Everything is made-from-scratch, including the pasta and salumi, and the seasonal dishes highlight ingredients sourced from local purveyors across the area.

Menu Available

Great Full Gardens Cafe & Eatery (1.1 mi)  V  VG  GF  WA

Features a wholesome menu in a casual full service environment. Caters to people with specialized dietary needs, such as vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, or Paleo.

Menu Available

Noble Pie Parlor (1.1 mi)  V  VG  GF  WA

Specializing in East Coast Style artisan oven-fired pizzas, you can enjoy Noble Pie Parlor by the slice or the whole pie. Noble Pie Parlor uses high quality meats and cheeses – as well as dietary substitutes.

Menu Available

Laughing Planet (1.1 mi)  VG  GF  WA

The Laughing Planet’s approach is farm to table. Laughing Planet is a quick-service restaurant offering nutritious, affordable, and delicious fare of burritos and bowls, soups, salads, smoothies, juices, and homemade cookies.

Menu Available

Von Bismarck (1.5 mi)  

German inspired cuisine and drinks. Von Bismarck offers communal seating and family style food presentation in a modern atmosphere.

Menu Available

Anna’s Taqueria (1.6 mi) WA

Mexican eatery serving popular favorites –  tacos, quesadilla, nachos & burritos, plus tequila and mezcal.


Blaze Pizza (6.1 mi)  V  VG  GF  WA

Serves meat, but vegan and vegetarian options available. Assembly line concept pizzeria chain offering build-your-own personal size pies. Has vegan cheese, soy chorizo, gluten-free pizza base as well as salads.



The Depot (0.4 mi)  WA

The three story brick building which houses all of The Depot Craft Brewery & Distillery’s operations was built in 1910 to serve as the headquarters for the Nevada-California-Oregon Railway. Using local sourcing and quality, The Depot creates food and drinks for an exceptional experience.


Lead Dog Brewing (0.5 mi)  WA

Lead Dog Brewing is a 21+ only company that serves award-winning and boldly expressed beers. Outside food is allowed as they do not serve any here.


Craft Wine & Beer (1.5 mi)  

Craft is a wine and beer lovers paradise. Located in Midtown Reno they specialize in handcrafted wines and beers from around the world. They also have harder to find items that you won’t find elsewhere!


Grocery Store

Urban Market (0.4 mi)  WA

Urban Market is a lot of things to those who live and work downtown–it’s the grocery stop on the way home, it’s the corner store, it’s the beer-and-wine cave, it’s the best spot for a sandwich, it’s the morning coffee hang. Pop in for fresh foods, affordable staples, armfulls of snacks and locally produced goods … all in a friendly atmosphere.

Great Basin Community Food Cooperative (0.7 mi)  WA

The Great Basin Community Food Cooperative (GBCFC) is a community owned, full service grocery store committed to serving as an access point for products that are: Socially just, environmentally sound, locally grown and produced (when possible), organic and non-GMO (when possible), delicious, nutritious, and wholesome.

The co-op prioritizes purchasing from local farmers, ranchers, and producers along with larger independent companies whose practices are in alignment with these guidelines.

Convenience Store