It’s official. According to Blue Rhino, a company that sells propane tanks, Reno ranks No. 2 among U.S. cities as a great place to grill. It trails only Sacramento in a study based on summertime weather conditions.
In my opinion, Sacramento can’t hold a piping hot briquette to Reno’s wide open spaces, close proximity to Lake Tahoe and skiing, and ever evolving downtown scene complete with a whitewater park right smack dab in the middle.
So with that being said, what other reason do you need to pack up your Weber and move to Reno, Nevada? It’s time to crack a beer and throw some shrimp on the barbie.
2 thoughts on “Grilling and Chilling”
Well, I just announced this information to the guys in the office and it generated big smiles. Thanks for the tip.
Here’s to the land of all seasons, Reno!
sure, all seasons, and magical omnidirectional wind!!!
I grilled last night, spitting rain/snow and all.