Welcome To Un Caffé Italian Bistro
Un Caffe’ Italian Bistro opened its doors in May 2012. Our name means one coffee in Italian and is pronounced Oon Kahf-feh. Say Oon-Kahf-feh. Our motto is “Where good friends meet for great food.”
Un Caffe’ Italian Bistro is a family-owned local business that is reminiscent of the superior service and quality of the espresso bars in Italy. We feature one of the finest imported Italian coffees available in the United States—Filicori Zecchini. Once you try it, you will be convinced there is no finer coffee available in Reno. It is that delicious.
We are open for breakfast and lunch Tuesday through Saturday. We also offer a Happy Hour menu and dinner service Tuesday through Saturday. In addition, we have a take-way service for both breakfast and lunch, as well as a spacious dining room for our customers who wish to linger over their meal with family or friends.
Our future plans for Un Caffe’ Italian Bistro include hosting special wine dinners throughout the year and special dinner menu items that showcase the regional specialties of Italy. We also plan to offer Sunday Brunch in South Reno.
Please visit our website frequently to stay abreast of our future plans and come by the restaurant to see what’s new and different. We want to make Un Caffe’ Italian Bistro a destination restaurant for our local friends and for tourists as well. We hope you will help us achieve that goal.
9333 Double R Blvd. Suite 600
Reno, NV 89521
Tel: (775) 853-7801 (call for reservations)
Hours of Operation
Tuesday through Friday:
7:00 am to 9:00 pm
(Breakfast, Lunch, Happy Hour and Dinner)
10:30 am to 9:00 pm
(Breakfast, Lunch, Happy Hour, and Dinner)
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Our Signature Offerings
Pesto- The word pesto in Italian simply means to “ Crush”. Many people believe it must be basil, pine nuts, garlic, olive oil and parmesan cheese. Any number of variations can be created by simply mixing parsley, arugula or spinach as the green. Sundried tomatoes packed in olive oil also make a tasty substitution for straight olive oil, and they also add great color to the dish. Get in the kitchen and play with your food!
The Italian language is as rich as the cuisine of Italy. Here is our daily Italian lesson. We will include words and phrases that will introduce our guests to the richness of the language and the wonderful vocabulary of the ingredients that are used in Italian cooking.
I troppi cuochi guastano la cucina
Too many cooks spoil the broth.