Brasserie St. James is terrific and also in Midtown.
I loathe places that don’t have prices on the menu. But I don’t remember it as expensive at all.
There’s also Moo Dang for Thai. http://www.thaimoodang.com/menu.html
And 101 Taiwanese. http://101taiwanese.com/
We don’t eat at casinos but I’ve heard that Reserve wine bar at the Grand Sierra Resort has good food. http://images.grandsierraresort.com/image/upload/menus/Reserve-Wine-Bar-Complete-Menu-at-Grand-Sierra-Resort.pdf
Reno has changed enormously. Tesla, Amazon and Apple have all come here and more businesses are arriving all the time. It’s become much younger and hipster-friendly. But they treat us old fogies kindly
Oh, if you go to Liberty there’s a parking garage right across the street and they validate. And Mark makes so many, many things in-house that you can buy as well as eat there. And it’s a comfortable place for a single to sit at the bar.
When are you coming up? BFN, C
ETA: Ooh, ooh, I forgot Morgan’s Lobster Shack for a real live lobster roll in a split top bun that he has to special order from the source: https://morganslobstershack.com/