4th St. Bistro, one of Reno's top restaurants, announced late Thursday night it was permanently closing due to COVID-19 circumstances.
The restaurant, which sits above the Truckee River in west Reno, opened in June 2000 and was known for its contemporary American meals inspired by cultures around the world.
Chef Natalie Sellers and partner general manager Carol Wilson turned the restaurant into one of the top dining spots in Northern Nevada for the last two decades. 4th St. Bistro won Wine Spectator's Award of Excellence for six straight years from 2009 - 2014.
"Thank you to all of our customers, employees, farmers & friends for the last 20 yrs. of support," the restaurant said in a Facebook post. "We had a great time providing, food, wine, cocktails & service to all of you! We will miss all of Y'all!"
4th St. Bistro is the second staple restaurant in Reno to close its doors in the last couple of months, following the iconic Harrah's Steakhouse, which was shuttered after the sale of the property.