Johnathan L. Wright,

Johnathan L. Wright

Reno, NV, United States

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Past articles by Johnathan:

Bank Saloon, the former Jack's Bar, reopens in Carson City in a gorgeously renovated 1899 building

The building has housed numerous bars in its history. It has been closed since 2002 after a 1998 fire. → Read More

Village at Rancharrah delays restaurant openings; holiday pop-up planned

The shopping and dining complex to the east of the Rancharrah community has signed nearly all its tenants, the builder says. → Read More

What does $39 million buy you in Incline Village? Take a look

The property joins more than $135 million in residential real estate currently for sale on Lakeshore Boulevard. → Read More

Chef Mark Estee to open Pizzeria Lupo next to Loving Cup in downtown Reno

The restaurant, in the former Monaciello space, is being opened in partnership with the Loving Cup bar next door. → Read More

The 26-year-old owner of all local Sonic Drive-Ins opens her first South Reno restaurant

The restaurant on 1 acre took six months to build and two years of permitting before that. Cost: about $1 million. → Read More

Reno is 1 of 3 places you can try the new Jack in the Box faux chicken sandwich

Reno is one of three U.S. cities chosen for the Oct. 19 launch of Jack's Unchicken Sandwich and Jack's Spicy Unchicken Sandwich. → Read More

8 new and upcoming Reno restaurants

Filipino food, taco shops, bubble tea, a stylish downtown bar and more restaurants are coming to Reno. → Read More

State museum to mint silver medallions to raise money for health care workers

The 99.9 percent pure medallions are being created on a historic 19th century press once housed by the old Carson City Mint. → Read More

Tony Stempeck of Casale's Halfway Club dies just 3 weeks after his mother, the restaurant matriarch

Stempeck, anchor of Reno's oldest restaurant, passes away just three weeks after his mother, Halfway Club matriarch Inez Casale Stempeck. → Read More

Reno couple launches former police command unit as a mobile pub with wireless music

Cheers Mobile Pub offers beer, wine, spirits, coffee, and a top-notch exterior sound system. → Read More

Rapscallion restaurant has been closed during COVID-19. Now, a fence is up. Here's why

The beloved Reno insititution, home of celebrations and business meals for decades, has been closed since the coronavirus shutdown began. → Read More

Casale's matriarch dies at 93. Here's the story behind her famous ravioli at the Halfway Club

The family has used the same ravioli pins, presses and cutters for a century. → Read More

In South Reno, a $50 million property with approved home sites goes up for sale

A 1,130-acre piece of land has just entered the market at $50 million in South Reno. → Read More

How a 25-cent candy is keeping me sane during the coronavirus pandemic

De la Rosa peanut confections offer a sweet brief getaway and some of the most distinctive texture in the world of candy. → Read More

The Parlor opens in South Reno with cigars, spirits, pool and a 29-ounce steak

The restaurant is the ninth spot for the owners of the Flowing Tide Pubs. → Read More

9 more Reno area restaurants now permanently closed during coronavirus pandemic

A beloved bar, a signature burger, a piece of Nevada history, and more food and drink spots that have said goodbye during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Reno man and woman appear on Lay's potato chips bags nationwide to recognize the joy they spread

Roy Tuscany, founder of the High Fives Foundation that assists critically injured athletes, veterans and first responders, was one of 30 people chosen nationwide. → Read More

It started with 4 burritos. Now UNR student runs growing food for homeless project

The Reno Burrito Project, founded by graduate student Blaize Abuntori, now supplies about 200 burritos weekly at several locations in the city. → Read More

Trying the Awful Awful burger — sober — in the last place to serve it. How was it?

The Carson City Nugget offers its own take on Northern Nevada's signature burger. → Read More

West First Street to close Saturday for street dining event

It's believed to be the first such closure by the city since the pandemic began; other cities have closed streets to assist local restaurants. → Read More