Monday - Saturday: 10:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am-6:00pm

See’s Candies

Come See us at The Summit!

We are here through Valentine’s Day!

Key and Code Escape Rooms

Dojo Reno

Dojo Reno represents a holistic approach to the Martial Arts. Offering classes for Children (ages 4-12 years), Teens, Women and Men in an inviting and comfortable training environment. Our diverse and complete curriculum development is a result of over 25 years of martial arts experience from Master Instructor Michelle Weaver. At Dojo Reno we train for life.

Da Vinci’s

Da Vinci’s is a bridal and men’s and women’s formal wear store with a large selection of wedding gowns, formal dresses and men’s suits and tuxedos. They are located a few doors down from My Wedding Library.

Color Me Mine

Color Me Mine offers painting on ceramics for all ages. Stop in to enjoy a fun family atmosphere. Choose from hundreds of ceramic shapes and dozens of colors to paint with! It’s a great place to spend quality time with friends, family, co-workers or a date, just relaxing and being creative together!

Eyehook Gallery

Although Andrew D. Hess was born in Evergreen Park, Illinois, he was raised on the island of Molokai, as well as on the “Big Island” of Hawaii. He was introduced to photography while attending Hawaii Preparatory Academy in Kamuela, Hawaii. It was there that he learned to appreciate the outdoors while running through such majestic locations as Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, and the green countryside of Waimea.

Andrew earned a bachelor’s degree, in philosophy, from Santa Clara University, and lived in Reno, Nevada, during the year after his graduation. He then relocated to Chicago, Illinois, and earned a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree from Loyola University Chicago. Thereafter, Andrew returned to Reno and practiced social work in Carson City, Nevada.

Drawn to the beauty of American deserts, as well as the structures and ruins of the Old West, Andrew began his career in photography, during the summer of 2015, and founded Eyehook, LLC. He now seeks to capture and create eye-catching images of what he has seen, as a record of God’s works, and in memory of those who have lived before us.