Cucumber Salad | Sushi Bar on The Sky Terrace | Atlantis Casino
One of the really fantastic things about being in Reno is that most every sushi place has an all you can eat lunch and dinner hour and its also pretty cheap, usually between $15-$25 per person. Casinos are also great because you can get food at any time because, well, casinos never close. I was used to that 24hr lifestyle so when I moved away - especially when I went to Chicago - I was always upset that sometimes I wanted to get some food and couldn’t find anything good and cheap at 11pm without going too far out of the way. Reno isn’t the best, but I do wholly appreciate casino food.
this was the day before flying back to the west coast. a friend had performed a piece at a nearby gallery and we all decided to have dinner here.
al Pastor is my favorite meat to get on tacos/tortas/burritos and i’ve found that sometimes it deviates drastically from what it usually tastes like - and not for the better. this burrito was way bigger than my appetite but good.
Traveling bit by bit to experience all food possible. Bite by bite.
After growing up in a small town, I left my roots and traveled first to San Francisco and in August of 2012, trekked two thirds across the country to Chicago, IL. I'm an ex-photo student who now uses photography as a medium of documentation; of food, of cities, and occasionally of my work. I found one of my true pleasures by something everyone else in the world does - eating. I created this blog first, as a form of cataloging and journaling the places I ate at and second, to reveal to others little treasures that exist around the cities I've lived.