This holiday season, Tolles Development Company in partnership with Wandering Wyld, a local event company, will host a Holiday Pop-Up shop at The Village at Rancharrah. The pop up will be open Thursdays through Sundays, November 27 through December 23, 10-5pm and December 24, 10-1pm .
“Our Holiday Pop-Up shop will give the public an inside look as to what they can expect at The Village at Rancharrah in the months to come,” said Par Tolles, principal and CEO of Tolles Development Company. “We’re especially excited to partner with Wandering Wyld to bring in and highlight local artisans to participate in an ongoing marketplace that will be a must-see this holiday season.”
There will be pastries provided by Perenn Bakery, coffee by Forged Coffee Roasting Co, libations poured by Mountain Mixology, and chocolates and treats from Rolled Mountain Creamery and Dorinda’s Chocolates.
The market will feature wreaths, jewelry, ornaments, ceramics, apparel and other artisan goods from more than 25 local makers. A family holiday photo op will be available. Check www.wanderingwyld.com for updates and to schedule a photo session.
The safety and health of patrons at the pop-up is of utmost concern. All guests will be required to wear a mask while participating and must keep a 6-foot distance from those not in their immediate household. Due to Governor Sisolak’s “statewide pause” directive, the pop-up will operate at 25 percent capacity until those restrictions are loosened.
Wandering Wyld will be providing an online shopping option as well, with specially curated ready-to-shop artisan gift baskets available to purchase online. Support small business this holiday season with an easy curbside pick-up option. The online shop will open on November 27, shop here: wanderingwyld.square.site.
The following restaurants and retailers will be part of the village:
Art Obsessions, now open, is a high-end art gallery featuring originals, sculptures, jewelry and rare fine art editions from the most sought after artists.
Sierra Standard Restaurant, a new flagship waterfront eatery that will offer guests a mixed menu of land and sea entrees as an American fish and steak house.
Rolled Mountain Creamery, made-to-order ice cream rolls inspired by the street vendors of Thailand.
Dolce Vita Wellness Spa, which will be Reno’s largest, locally-owned, spa outside of the casinos.
Base Camp Pizza Co. from Heavenly Village in South Lake Tahoe.
Centro (to be called Centro Due), serving tapas and cocktails in an upscale bar-restaurant format.
Chez Vous, the women’s lifestyle, clothing and baby boutique that offers customers a unique and personalized shopping experience.
Dorinda’s Chocolates, a local family-owned dessert shop.
Grafted Kitchen & Wine Bar, a restaurant and wine spot with elevated comfort food.
Hinoki, a new-to-Reno sushi concept, offering Omakase-style dinner along with Hinoki poke and sushi.
Süp, a high-quality, quick service eatery with a daily rotation of soups.
Village Dental, a cosmetic and general dentistry practice.
Village Exchange, an artisanal food and local home goods marketplace.
Chase Bank, now open, provides a broad range of financial services to almost half of America’s households. Customers can choose how and where they want to bank: Nearly 4,900 branches, 16,000 ATMs nationwide, online and by phone.
With plans to be fully open and operational by Spring 2021, The Village at Rancharrah is the perfect location to ease shoppers and restaurant goers back into a COVID-complaint environment after the cold winter months. All restaurants will offer patio seating options, and the set up of the village is unique in that it is an open-format shopping and dining experience.
Additional information about The Village at Rancharrah can be found at villageatrancharrah.com.