Moody’s Bistro Bar & Beats resides in the bottom floor of the Truckee Hotel built in 1873 by John F. Moody. (Get it? Moody’s!) First built as the American House, later known as the Whitney House, the structure served as a major stagecoach stop on the Dutch Flat Wagon Road. The Truckee Hotel remains a fixed drop-in for Sierra visitors, historical buffs, adventure seekers, epicurean enthusiasts, actors and musicians.
So, you're taking a vacation from the Big Apple to the Biggest Little City, courtesy one of those late-night, direct flights from JetBlue. As a New Yorker, you expect the best when it comes to dining, culture and experiences. While Reno may be more than 2,600 miles from the center of the universe, it holds its own.