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Events

  • MONDAY OPEN MIC

    Every Monday from 7 - 10 p.m.

    OPEN_MIC

  • Live Music

    Every Friday and Saturday

    Live Music Lineup:

    April:

    Saturday April 1st: Greg Gilmore
    Friday April 7th: Todd Ballowe & Jole Rector
    Saturday April 8th: The Electric
    Friday April 14th: Tyler Stafford
    Saturday April 15th: Liam Kyle Cahill
    Friday April 21st: Athena McIntrye
    Saturday April 22nd: Justin McMahon
    Friday April 28th: Mel & Gia
    Saturday April 29th: Tim Tucker Band

    If you are interested in joining our music lineup please click here.

  • WEDNESDAY WINE TASTING

    Every Wednesday starting at 6p.m.

    Wine + Apps Every Wednesday

    Our wines are chosen for their unique practices of organically derived grapes, harvested by family owned estates across the world, ranging from handcrafted European wines to coastal and California varietals! We also offer craft cocktails, and small batch, hand crafted beers all chosen for their unique taste.

    Tastings are $15 a person, or $20 a person with an appetizer. Starts at 6 p.m. and lasts as long as there’s wine!

    April 19,  2017 –

    SONOMA – NAPA’S COUNTRY COUSIN

    Sonoma County lies west of Napa across the Mayacamas Mountains and extends to the Pacific Coast. It was actually the site of the first commercial winery in California, Buena Vista, founded by “Count” or “Colonel,” as his fantasy moved him, Agoston Harazthy. Chardonnay is the most planted fine wine grape in the world, so it should come as no surprise to find it here.

    Featured Wine: Hobo Camp Chardonnay, Sonoma County

    New World wines very much tend to be bolder and more fruit-forward than their European counterparts. Perhaps the most extreme examples of this effect are the Pinot Noirs from here, which can actually remind you of cherry pop!

    Featured Wine: Pinot Noir, Russian River, JAX, Y3

    While Cabernet Sauvignon is the signature grape of Napa, Sonoma has also cut itself into some of the action.

    Featured Wine: Hobo Camp Cab Franc, Sonoma County

    One of the major exceptions to “The French Connection” we’ve been seeing during out Wednesday evening informal Jungle wine courses/tastings is Zinfandel. It is actually of Croatian origin, where it is called Crljenak (sir rail NYAK), meaning “the red one.” California “Zins” are frequently described in tasting notes as including the taste and feel of pepper.

    Featured Wine: Hobo Camp Zinfandel Sonoma County

     

    Next week, we’ll move south to explore other areas of the Golden State, where, according to New World custom, wines will continue to be named after the grape and not the region.

Hours

Coffee house:

7am - 11pm Mon-Thur & Sun; 7am - 12am Fri-Sat

Barroom: Daily

3pm - Close

Kitchen: Daily

8am - 9pm

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The Jungle is a Reno hot spot for great food and quality drinks.

An assortment of healthy Breakfast items are always available and recently the menu has expanded to include gourmet sandwiches, fresh salads, home-made pizzas, and some amazing appetizers.Some of the locals favorites include sandwiches like the “Chicken Pesto” and the “West Ender” the “Margherita Pizza,” and “Jungle House Salad.” To wash it all down or to get a jump start on your day enjoy our fine selection of lattes, espressos, fruit smoothies and full selection of top notch wine and beer.