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Reno Public Market Responds to Multiple Businesses Leaving | News

Multiple businesses at Reno Public Market have either announced they are closing their doors or planning to close their doors. 

Reno Public Market told 2 News Nevada in part:

“The reality of the retail, restaurant and hospitality business is that turnover in merchants is a normal, even healthy, part of the business cycle as consumers make it clear what they value. This is especially true for the Food Hall where merchants may be experimenting with a new concept or translating a food truck into a venue like Reno Public Market. While a tenant choosing to leave is never our desired outcome, we understand that not every business is going to be a fit and we respect their decisions as business owners. 

“What our customers, locals and visitors, want from a dining, shopping and entertainment experience continues to evolve and we are regularly evaluating what new experiences and offerings we can bring into RPM to meet those needs. We conduct robust and ongoing marketing efforts to support our merchants and drive traffic to the property. 

“We wish every vendor, past and current, the best success. Out of respect for our merchants, we will not be commenting publicly on the specifics of any individual business.”

Reno Public Market opened in January of 2023 and is one of the largest food halls on the west coast.

Formerly the retail shopping center Shopper’s Square, it has been owned and operated by The Casazza family for over 50 years. 

Makayla Hardy will have more details in our evening newscasts.

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