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Former chefs of original Siena celebrate successful first year with Krumblz Deli & Bakery



The two former chefs at the Siena Hotel Casino are grinning ear-to-ear today.

One year ago both chefs and hundreds of other workers were facing uncertain times when their then employer, the Siena Hotel Casino, unexpectedly closed.  The Siena has since reopened under new management and the two chefs wish the hotel casino well.  But they’ve moved on.

First Anniversary Celebration

Juan Villa and Eduardo Quevedo boldly opened Krumblz Deli & Bakery on the corner of 2nd St. and Giroux, across the street from Renown Medical Center in October 2010. They hired their former wait staffs to fill positions in their new restaurant and are now gearing up for their successful first year anniversary celebration on Sun. Oct., 2nd. They’ve even added an additional four cooks who were previously employed at the Siena to their team.

Krumblz Deli and Bakery boasts freshly baked bread, French pastries and a delicious array of breakfast and lunch entrees that patrons describe as “bursting with flavor.”

On Sun., Oct. 2nd the first anniversary celebration features a free slice of cake beginning at 11 a.m. The anniversary special lunch will be a $6.95 for either a Pulled Pork, Chicken Breast or Brisket BBQ Sandwich served with kettle chips and a fountain drink.  Custom cakes ordered during the anniversary celebration will be 25% off.

Impressive Prizes

Patrons who visit Krumblz for breakfast or lunch on Sun., Oct. 2nd can enter to win some impressive prizes. The more meals patrons enjoy at Krumblz, the more entries they can have for the prize drawings. Drawings for prizes on Sun., Oct. 2nd  will begin at 11 a.m. and end at 2 p.m. Prizes include:

  • One dozen pastries
  • A gift certificate for $500 toward a Krumblz Custom Cake Order
  • An Office Party for 6 off the Krumblz Catering Menu
  • A Lavazza Coffee Gift Basket valued at more than $100

Winners need not be present to win.

Krumblz Goal

Executive Chef and co-owner Juan Villa, a Nevada native, has been in the culinary field since his Western Culinary Institute-Le Cordon Bleu graduation with honors in 2004.

“We built Krumblz to make delicious desserts and entrees for our neighbors and the Reno community,” Villa explains. “We use only the freshest ingredients and offer original and innovate flavors through traditional baked goods.  Our breads are used to provide one-of-a-kind sandwiches and our pastries are created with ingenuity and simplicity.  While they’re beautiful to behold, they’re even better to eat!”

Lead Pastry Chef and Krumblz co-owner, Edwardo Quevedo, is excited and optimistic about the success of the new restaurant in the past year.  Quevedo’s 10 years’ experience combined with his artistry provide him with the ability to create memorable custom designed cakes, lemon tortes, petite fours and specialty filled mousses and Danishes.

Outdoor Dining & Wifi

Krumblz offers both indoor and covered outdoor dining seating for breakfast and lunch seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Wifi is available at the restaurant.


Krumblz offers offsite catering, custom designed cakes and French inspired pastry options for weddings, parties and special events.


Krumblz is located at 80 Giroux St. Suite 102. Reach them at 775-824-0700. For media inquiries please ask for Monica.  Visit Krumblz online at www.krumblzdelibakery.com or e-mail them at [email protected]

Sept. Specials Leading Up To Oct. 2nd Anniversary Celebration

  • Monday: $5.95 Custom Burger
  • Tuesday: 25% off All Desserts
  • Wednesday: Add a side for $.99
  • Thursday: $4.95 Ham & Eggs served with potatoes, toast and coffee from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.
  • Friday: $6.95 Omelets’ served with coffee from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.
  • Saturday & Sunday: $6.95 Skillet. Two eggs skillets special served with diced potatoes, toast and coffee. Choose from:
    • Little Piggy Skillet, bacon, ham, sausage and cheddar cheese.
    • The Philly Skillet, skirt steak, peppers, onions and Swiss cheese.
    • Veggie Skillet, mushrooms, onions, spinach and cheddar cheese.
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