Archives for March 2019
Khristopher’s Café has recently moved from their Mica Drive location in Indian Hills to Downtown Minden. They are now housed in the old Minden Food Co. building at 1599 Esmeralda Ave. Their menu, according to this Record Courier article, will remain unchanged—offering the home-style Italian cuisine patrons have come to expect.
In addition to the new location, the restaurant is hoping to add music and dancing to its offerings. “During dinner hour more classic jazz, with more of the crooner style during the early dinner hour,” said Manager Chris Burns to the Record Courier. After dinner stops being served around 9pm, the restaurant will transition to more of a club atmosphere.
Kristopher’s is open 7 days a week. For more details and to check out the menu, head over to their website.
Carson City, NV:
According to this article from the Record Courier, “Edgewood Tahoe Resort was named 2019 hotel of the year in the United States and Canada by Preferred Hotels & Resorts.”
Nestled along the shoreline of beautiful Lake Tahoe, the Edgewood offers fine dining, luxurious rooms and suites at the newly-constructed (2017) Lodge, an 8500 sq.ft. spa, and an acclaimed 18-hole golf course. No detail has been left unnoticed at this awe-inspiring resort—a beautiful addition to the beautiful area that is Lake Tahoe.
The county commissioners recently approved zoning for a 75-home development north of Genoa. The development project, Genoa Shares, was originally denied in January. Still up in the air, according to this March 7th Record Courier article, “is whether those homes will be single owner or developed as tourist commercial.” Check out the article for more details.
Carson City, NV:
With all of the snow we’ve been getting this season, it’s hard to believe that Spring is just a few shorts weeks away. Of course, Spring is just a name, and we all know we can get snow in this Valley as late as Mother’s Day.
Still, there are things we can do in the garden to prepare for the growing season. If you didn’t do it last month, make sure to prune your fruit trees and shrubs – you’ll want to get this done before things start budding out. There’s also still time to spray your trees and shrubs with dormant oil to tackle any bugs that have been overwintering in them. Have a look around your yard and garden for weeds that might be starting to pop up – try to pull them while they’re small and before they really start to take hold. Make sure you use a pre-emergent now too if you didn’t do so in February.
March is also an exciting time in the garden because it’s very possible you might be able to start planting. Once the soil is workable, you can start planting your favorite cool-season crops straight in the ground. Think carrots, peas, lettuce, cabbage, onions, and more! Make sure to amend all of your garden beds with some compost or fertilizer to give your plants the extra boost they need to grow strong and healthy. For more information on what you can do in March, including separating and replanting bulbs, check out this monthly Gardener’s To-Do List from Greenhouse Garden Center in Carson City.