We were on our way from San Francisco to meet friends at the Peppermill in Reno over the July 4th weekend. As usual, we were starving and just happened to pass by Midtown Eats--we saw a couple of tables out front with young people energetically eating. Fortunately, a table was open and we had a wonderful lunch -- fresh ingredients and a fabulous beer that really did have strong hints of chocolate, as the menu had suggested. There were different age groups eating there, and we thought the music was too loud especially for such a small restaurant with a number of children. The young people working there seemed to thrive on the energy of the music, which alas seems to be quite common for us older folks to try to enjoy. Parking was no problem so it was an almost perfect lunch after a long drive.
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