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Reno
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Today 8:00 am – 12:00 am
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2607 N Milwaukee Ave Chicago, IL 60647
2607 N Milwaukee AveUSILChicago60647
(773) 697-4234renochicago.com
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Today 8:00 am – 12:00 am
Monday 8:00 am – 12:00 amTuesday 8:00 am – 12:00 amWednesday 8:00 am – 12:00 amThursday 8:00 am – 12:00 amFriday 8:00 am – 12:00 amSaturday 9:00 am – 1:00 amSunday 9:00 am – 1:00 am
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Wood-fired pizza, bagels & pasta in a casual, loftlike space with a bar for pastries & alcohol.- Google
People talk about wood burning oven, the cowboy killer, stumptown coffee, breakfast sandwiches and cream cheese
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Ela Ana
reviewed a week ago
I came here for the wood-fired pizza and I definitely liked it. We sat close to where the cook was tossing and rolling the pizza dough, so that was fun! We ordered the Popeye and a spaghetti dish to share along with our beers. The pizza was very good and I have never liked spaghetti too much, and I was surprised that it was better than I expected. It was plain, but the sauce was good. Both were definitely filling for two. The waitress recommended a certain variety of bread pudding, which I believe was a special that night, along with a scoop of ice cream. She said it was her favorite, but neither of us liked it and regretted not getting the brownie instead. I'd like to come back again and try their bagels. Upon getting the bill, we didn't realize this place was cash only, but they had an atm in the restaurant, so that was convenient.
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kristin relucio
reviewed 2 months ago
whoa. whoawhoa. right away, i'm gonna give reno big ups on what is now one of my favorite dishes of theirs: Wisconsin Burrata Spaghetti Squash / Roasted Pears / Apple Cider / Arugula / Smoked Salt / Ciabatta Toast good lord. cheese - good. pears - good. smoked salt - good. all laid out on a sexy piece of ciabatta bread. i lovelovelove bread, cheese, salty and sweet. i couldn't stop eating, and as a matter of fact, would love to buy it dinner and bring it home with me. my friend ordered the brussels sprouts salad, which looked like old shredded lettuce, but looking past that superficial layer, it was actually very good. it'd be a great side if you needed to get some veg in. i ordered the anne bonny for my drink, which was small, but potent. tasty. i'm sure you'll find me here in the summertime, hangin' on the patio, for two-dollar twos-days.
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Lina Doska
reviewed 3 months ago
It's great however I still miss Ciao that use to be there :) we had the Jorge (prosciutto,sunny side egg, mozzarella, asparagus, rosemary) was delicious. Had enough flavor and the prosciutto was powering which I love! My cousin had the kale salad (kale,apples, peaches,walnuts, vinaigrette) she was satisfied. The waitress was nice.
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Angela Papaleo
reviewed 5 months ago
I haven't gone here many times, but each time I have gone here I've had a really good experience. The service is really friendly and helpful, but not overly cheerful or hovering. Instead, they're genuinely glad to see you, and are ready to spring into action at a moment's notice. The food is good too. My boyfriend had a fried egg bagel sandwich, and I had the lox bagel sandwich. He swears his was really good, and mine was just scrumptious. So... I should probably start going here more often! And you should too.
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Kathryn Palczewski
reviewed 2 months ago
I've only been to Reno for breakfast, but if you're looking for a cheap brunch their fire roasted bagels are very tasty. The location is extremely convenient, right off the Logan Square Blue Line stop. Quirky, fun atmosphere!
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Greg Klein
reviewed 4 months ago
I've made the trek here multiple times for bad for you baked goods that are so good to stick in my head and devour. Pineapple custard pie.was a dream come true. I've always been able to find a seat in the morning to eat my baked good and read the redeye in. Nice place...haven't had dinner items. It's on the to do list.