The first thing I did when I got to Carson City was grab dinner at a lovely little restaurant just outside of the downtown area called Adele’s. This is one of the fanciest restaurants in all of Carson City and certainly not a place where you would go eat alone, therefore I got a handful of looks while sitting in a corner table snapping photos. The restaurant is located inside of a quaint old building with beautiful decor.
Sadly, since it was late at night and I only had my iPhone camera on me, the photographs did not come out as well as I had liked.
My waitress was very pleasant, and I was impressed that she had essentially the entire menu along with all of the specials memorized. This is, of course, common in large fancy restaurants with experienced wait-staff but I was not expecting to receive this level of service in a small town like Carson City.
I started off dinner with a bowl of lobster bisque, with freshly caught lobster from the nearby Nevada desert.
Next I tried a fillet (which was actually local) that was smothered in a delicious sauce and came with grilled lettuce and spiraling tower of mashed potatoes.
Dinner was delicious, but the part of my meal that I will remember forever is the heavenly and mouth watering home made strawberry shortcake that I had for desert. I would literally fly back just to have another bite of that strawberry shortcake again.
The first restaurant that I ate at in Carson City left a great impression. Adele’s is certainly worth checking out if you are ever in the area.