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Reno - Coffeehouses

The quality of Reno coffee varies widely. Starbucks are all over the place. Truckstops or minimarts are a good backup if you’re just looking for a shot of caffeine. Here however are a few places we love to hang out at, some of which have free Wifi too.

Bibo Coffee Company
945 Record Street – 775-348-8087 -
Open daily 6:30am-9pm. Just north of I-80 and downtown. A local favorite especially with the university with great coffee, tea, and goodies.

Comma Coffee
312 South Carson Street – 775-883-2662 – (Carson City)
Open Mon-Thur 7:00am-8:00pm, Fri-Sat 7:00am-10:00pm. Coffee, tea, and some foods. Wifi.

Cosmic Coffee
663 North McCarran Boulevard – 775-355-9331 – (East McCarran and Prater Way)
Open Mon-Sat 6am-5pm, Sun 8am-3pm. Quality coffee, tea, and some food too! Wifi.

Dreamer’s Coffee House
701 South Virginia Street – 775-322-8040 – map
Open Sun-Thur 6:30am-8pm, Fri-Sat 7am-8pm. Coffeehouse and deli with wifi, local favorite!

HiPoint Coffee & Café
1655 Robb Drive – 775-787-2477 – (Robb Drive)
Open Sat-Thur 6am-4pm, Fri 6am-8:30pm.  Breakfasts, scones & cinnamon rolls are ubber great. Wifi.

Java Jungle
246 West 1st Street – 775-329-4484 – (Downtown)
Open 7am-midnight daily. A local favorite with lots of style by the river.

Wildflower Village Coffeehouse and Pub 
4395 West Fourth Street – 775-827-5250 / 775-787-3769 – (West McCarran and Mae Anne Ave.)
Open Mon-Sat 7am-6pm, Sun 7am-3pm. Later hours during Burning Man. Musicians welcome to jam. Part of the Wildflower Village of art galleries, pub, hostel, motel, and bed-and-breakfast community.

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