Clint JollyReno’s reputation of being Las Vegas’ ugly sister is coming to an abrupt end.  We have talked about the “Renossance” in our newsletter before, and the burgeoning art, foodie, outdoor living, and high-tech vibe going on the city. Case in point:

Clint Jolly, Chef and owner of Great Thyme Catering in Reno, just won Food Network’s “Chopped:  Impossible Restaurant Challenge.”  Chef Jolly beat out 400 top chefs from around the country.

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Impressive!

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