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Squeeze In Featured in a New York Times Boss Blog Post!
Checking In on a Diner That Understands Social Media

by Melinda Emerson
New York Times Boss Blog
November 2013

Last fall, I blogged here about a small business in Reno, Nev. that takes social media very seriously. The Squeeze In restaurants, open only seven hours a day, just for breakfast and lunch, have been serving guests since 1974. It has four locations, with plans to open a fifth in San Diego next year, and it also happens to be one of the savviest users of social media that I’ve come across. Full story...

Restaurants Get Visual
September 2013

At Squeeze In, Reno, NV, Co-owner Misty Young says they use YouTube to post funny music videos created by their staff (for example a parody of “Gangnam Style”), which customers get a kick out of. She also posted a recent video of their Bobby Flay Throwdown. Full story...

Social Marketing Helps Restaurant 'Squeeze' Customers In
by Dave Mielach
BusinessNews Daily
September 2013

Misty Young may not have taken the traditional route to becoming a business owner, but her business journey can teach small business owners an important lesson about the role of perseverance in business. Full story...

Voted BEST Truckee Restaurant!
Reno News and Review
August 2013

Squeeze In readies to begin franchising its 'omelet concept' throughout the West
By Johnathan L. Wright
Reno Gazette Journal
August 2013

If all goes well, the Empire of the Omelet will soon enlarge its borders - south, north and west. Full story...

Squeeze In to Hold Food and Hygiene Donation Drive
August 2013

Squeeze In restaurants are holding a food and hygiene item drive for Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada and the St. Vincent's programs.

During the month of August, all four Squeeze In locations will collect non-perishable food items like pasta, rice, canned and boxed foods, toothpaste, soap, deodorant, razors, feminine hygiene items and diapers. Full story...

Why Your Business Needs an App
By Marla Tabaka
August 2013

Squeeze In Restaurants boast the best omelets on the planet.

Problem: Customers don't like calculating tips. They also seek a bargain. The restaurant worried that they would lose customers to the competition if they didn't engage in mobile technology. Full story...

The BEST Place to Squeeze In
By Robin Penning
June 2013

Years ago when I moved to Lake Tahoe I quickly learned from locals around town about this place called the Squeeze In. Known for serving the best breakfast in town, competiting during a “Throwdown with Bobby Flay” and also for having the “Best Omelettes on the Planet” ® . That was enough convincing for me and soon I headed over to experience my first breakfast at the Squeeze In. Full story...

Roadmap to Success: Creating the ULTIMATE BusinessPlan
Smart&Final Business Advantage
May - June 2013

Practical tips for remembering names
By Amanda Baltazar
MonkeyDish May 2013

Misty Young, owner of four-unit Squeeze In, in South Reno, Nevada, used to work for U.S. Senator Richard H. Bryan from her state. Like any politician worth his salt, Bryan remembered the name of everybody he met. She finally got the chance one day to ask him the trick, and he responded, “There’s no trick to it. It’s important!” Full story...

Meet Your Truckee Merchant: Family moves ‘From Rags to Restaurants’ at Squeeze In
by Jenny Luna
Tahoe Daily Tribune
May 2013

TRUCKEE, Calif. — Former Squeeze In owner Jerry Bussell asked for Gary Young by name when hiring landscape work in Reno. Gary did good work planting trees, so each spring, Jerry handed him a business card, and tipped him in omelets — thank you for your work, enjoy breakfast for you and your family at the Squeeze In. Full story...

Squeeze In to Your Skinny Jeans…or Not!
By Chris Cook
April 2013

Exclusive Q&A with “Squeeze In” Restaurant in Lake Tahoe, CA: Why It’s Worth the Squeeze
By Jocelyn Reist
Jetset Times
April 2013

Before and after videos: The making of Squeeze In's "Harlem Shake" in Reno
Reno Gazette Journal
February 2013

Creative cash: Northern Nevada businesses launch without going to banks
By Mark Robison
Reno Gazette Journal
February 2013

Reno Rebirth blog: Creative minds break eggs in new Squeeze In video
Reno Gazette Journal
January 2013

Local Businesses React to Affordable Care Act
By Erin Breen
January 2013

Independent Restaurant
January 2013

Squeeze-In Some Fun in Reno NV
December 2012

Managing the Wait Time
by Amanda Baltazar
FSR Magazine
November 2012

Misty Young, owner of Squeeze In, South Reno, Nevada, doesn't believe she's in the food business. "We're in the mini-vacation business," she says... Young and her staff offer the waiting customers drinks, which can be anything from a cup of coffee to a Mimosa... That wow factor applies to the kids as well. The Squeeze In offers a free order of toast "to help with children's hungry tummies" Full article...

A Chain of Reno Area Diners Winning Big At Social Media
Brands In Social Media
October 1, 2012

When you think of a restaurant using social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare or the like (the real like, not the Facebook “like”), one thinks of a fast food chain brand such as McDonald’s or even a fast casual restaurant like Panera Bread using such digital platforms.  That’s why we were surprised to learn from an article in The New York Times that the Squeeze In diner with four locations around the greater Reno, Nev. area has a staff of three generating social media outreach and traffic, a website and a dedicated mobile app that even has special app-only deals that can be shown to restaurant waitstaff for discounts. Full story...

Squeeze In Featured in a New York Times Boss Blog Post!
How a Diner Gets the Most Out of Social Media
by Melinda Emerson
New York Times Boss Blog
September 28, 2012

Squeeze In is a modest little breakfast-and-lunch diner with four locations in the greater Reno, Nev. area. The restaurants are open seven days a week, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. While online commenters rave about the food, I can’t get over how creatively this little chain has managed its social media. It has a Web site and a custom mobile site. It promotes the business through Foursquare, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram. Full story...

Some Local Restaurants Expand in Down Economy
by Paul Nelson
KTVN Channel 2 News, Reno
September 27, 2012

In the past few years, a number of national chains have closed in the Truckee Meadows. But we've also started to see many local restaurants grow. Full story...

How to Create an Effective Email Newsletter
by Rachel Hartmann
Intuit Small Business Blog
September 13, 2012

If you have a list of email contacts or are in the process of gathering one, sending out a regular e-newsletter may be just what you need to increase interest from current and prospective clients. Read the full blog post...

More Than Just An Omelette
by Garrett Valenzuela
Daily Sparks Tribune
August 2012

The kitchen is a bare white with the smell of fresh paint looming in the air. The floors of the service area are in place, but still unwalkable. A single, full-sized bike hangs on the wall amidst the famous yellow and orange stripes.

Despite the barrenness, Squeeze In co-owners Shila and Chad Morris have been hard at work preparing to unveil their newest restaurant location in Sparks, marking the fourth location of the mom-and-pop breakfast extraordinaires. With an atmosphere reflecting the name, the Squeeze In has become a local favorite for its food, service and identity. Full article...

Squeeze In Adds New Fourth Location in Sparks
by Michael Wolfe
KTVN Channel 2 News, Reno
August 7, 2012

The Squeeze In is expanding yet again adding a new location in Sparks. Once it opens at Disc Drive and Sparks Boulevard - this will be the fourth restaurant. Full story...

Squeezing In to Truckee, California
by Kara Jeffers
my.hsj.org The Other Lode
July 19, 2012

Luckily for the residents of Reno, waking up and craving a huge delicious breakfast is something that they can easily take care of, and without much work. When faced with this dilemma on a Saturday morning, a quick Google search had me headed to Squeeze In, a restaurant that has proclaimed their omelettes to be “The best omelettes on the planet.” After perusing the ratings on Yelp, it seemed to me that everyone else agreed with the restaurant’s bold proclamation. This was a no-brainer. Who wouldn’t want to see what this excitement was all about? Full story...

In her own words: Squeeze In's Shila Morris
by NNBW staff
Northern Nevada Business Weekly
July 2, 2012

Northern Nevada Business Weekly: Tell us about the Squeeze In and the duties of your position.
Shila Morris: The Squeeze In is a special place. Sure, it’s a restaurant that serves great food, but its so much more than that. The Squeeze In is a gathering place for families to come together, celebrate special occasions, delight in a great, relaxed atmosphere, get served by sincerely happy people and enjoy the pleasure of each other’s company, all while supporting a small local business and a family living their dream. My duties as vice president include guest relations, management support and coaching, training development and implementation, newsletter contributer, marketing counsel and future growth planning. Full story...

Hilarious Omelet Names
By Tina Buell
Trekaroo.com - Kid Friendly Restaurant Reviews
June 2012

Squeeze In is a popular spot on a Sunday morning; my family experienced a 15 minute wait in the lobby. If this happens to you, ask the hostess to give your children markers so they can write on the walls. Yep, you read that right – kids are allowed to write on the walls here! Full review...

Misty Young, Thrilled to have Squeeze In involved in the "Sogital Revolution"
by Kristin Stith
"What Keeps the BIGGEST... little" Blog
April 10, 2012

“I am a true believer and user of all things Sogital, I think and KNOW this is the phase shift we’ve all been creating, that social media is an important tool in the consciousness changes we’re anticipating, delivering and participating in. It’s awesome because we’re writing history and observing it at the same time; in a way humanity has never known. It’s terribly exciting and fun to be part of the Sogital Age. I dig it.” –Misty Young Full blog post...

Do Mobile Apps Really Move the Needle on Sales?
by Ellen Lee
March 19, 2012

With a few taps on their smartphones, customers ordering breakfast at Squeeze In, a restaurant with locations in Northern California and Nevada, can upgrade their entrees with an extra helping of fries, fruit, meat, veggies, or melted cheese and onions — for free.

It’s one of the perks of downloading the restaurant’s smartphone app. So far, said owner Misty Young, more than 2,100 customers have installed the app on their phone and more than a third of them have taken advantage of the special offer. Full article...

Restaurant Expansions Add Revenues, Headaches
by Rob Sabo
Northern Nevada Business Weekly
March 19, 2012

...Demand led the owners of the Squeeze In, a breakfast concept founded in Truckee, to expand into two additional locations in Reno with a fourth eatery on the way, says Misty Young, president and chief executive officer of Squeeze nn. The restaurant, which got massive public relations exposure through an episode of Throwdown! with Bobby Flay on the Food Network, started out as a 1,300-square foot location in Truckee. A second location in northwest Reno followed in 2008, followed by a third in South Reno in 2011. Full article...

See Squeeze In's Misty Young on Good Day Sacramento!

Squeeze In's Misty Young on Good Day Sacramento
Misty Young cooks up a Hangover Helper omelette on the weekend morning news show Good Day Sacramento on the day after St. Patrick's Day.
March 18, 2012

Squeeze In - fun vibe and big portions
Breakfast, Casual, Family
by "SpareRib"
Setp 11, 2011

It’s all about good karma here – spreading the love to their customers and hoping their customers continue spreading happy karma out into the community. Halfway through our breakfast, the server asked if we wanted more toast. More toast? I never had refillable toast before. I know it doesn’t cost them much, but I LOVE that extra touch. Made me feel like I was home at Mom’s house with unlimited portions. Full article...

Reno's top 5 kid-friendly restaurants
Where to whine and dine without getting dirty looks
by Laura Davis
April 7, 2011

Squeeze In (5020 Las Brisas Blvd., 787-2700, squeezein.com) has been in Reno since 2008, after establishing its original roots in 1974 in Truckee. A third location opened at 25 Foothill Blvd. in South Reno last week. The family-owned establishment is best known for its enormous omelets (although the pitchers of mimosas are a close second). It’s also about the only place in town where it’s OK to let your kid scribble away on the walls, and the giant green alien cut-out at the front door makes a pretty cool greeting for a 10-year-old. As for the toddler at the table, the servers are happy to hand out some entertainment from the buckets of toys kept on hand. When it comes to food, the children’s menu includes such goodies as the Teddy Bear Pancake, a bear-shaped pancake with a fruit-made smile, and PB&J Olivia Style, a self-explanatory sandwich served with fries, chips, cottage cheese or fruit. Did we mention the highchairs are fully functional? Full article...

Reno breakfasts: Top 5 places for a tasty way to start the day
Reno's best rise to the occassion and shine with morning menus
March 19, 2011

No. 3 Squeeze In Another restaurant that has three locations, Squeeze In offers the biggest omelet menu on the planet with combinations that you could never even imagine. Numbers that are tops are #37 Racy Tracy (and the omelets made famous by Bobby Flay), #64 The Spanish Flay (a tribute to Bobby Flay's concoction... see the picture!), #59 Holy Crab (this omelet is packed with crab goodness) and of course check out the names for these numbers #42, #24, #28 and #30…it makes ordering a hoot. Featured on the Food Network's Throwdown with Bobby Flay, you'll also find tasty burgers, sandwiches and few choice libations. Full article...

48 Hours in Truckee
by Becky Warren
January 19, 2011

Hands down one of the best breakfast places in the area. The Squeeze Inn claims to have the “best omelets on the planet” and after dining there, I couldn’t disagree. They have dozens of combinations to try as well as a robust breakfast menu if you aren’t into omelets. All omelet ingredients are sautéed in a special recipe wine sauce and always served with home-style potatoes (perfectly crispy), honey wheatberry toast and a choice of mushroom, cheddar cheese or tomato pesto sauce. The vibe is surfer/hippie/snowboarder and the service is friendly and helpful. Lines get long but the wait goes by fast. ... Full article...

Tahoe Breakfast Spots
by Christina
January 3, 2011

The Squeeze In has been serving up some of the best breakfast fare in Truckee since 1974...and shows no signs of slowing down. With 62 varieties of omelette on the menu, enthusiastic waitstaff and an early opening hour, this funky establishment will help you fortify yourself for the day's activities ... Full review was on this page, but appears to have been removed ...

The Hangover Helper: Gooey, salty, meaty and cheesy, mega-omelets save the day
by Steve Garbarino
Wall Street Journal
December 18, 2010

...A steaming, buttery omelet—with salty meats, melted cheese and a heap of chili con carne—provides a one-two-three punch of psychological, visual and olfactory comfort. Not to mention it tastes terrific. ... Full article...

Family Fare: Squeeze In does breakfast right for kids and kids at heart
by Siobhan McAndrew
Reno Gazette-Journal
October 31, 2010

...Mya and Jay have spent almost a year trying out different restaurants for the Reno Gazette-Journal and giving a double thumbs up to family friendly places. ...

...The omelets, served with a choice of three sauces, are fantastic, so adults will be happy. And the place is loud and busy enough that the occasional cries from Wesley and another baby in the restaurant (or other children) blend in with the hustle. ...

...As soon as we walk into the restaurant, we are handed a big bucket of toys; they keep Mya and Jay busy while I look at the menu. The restaurant is bright and colorful, with signs and pictures hanging on the walls. ... Full article...

Squeeze In: Eggs-actly the best omelets in Reno and Truckee
by Bob Cooper
October 31, 2010

...The omelet is king here. The Racy Tracy (bacon, avocado, mushrooms and jack cheese) and the Spanish Flay (finely diced red bell peppers, jack cheese and smoked paprika) were the stars of a spring 2010 episode of the Food Channel’s Throwdown with Bobby Flay. What’s so special about these omelets? First, they’re delicious, sautéed in a family recipe wine sauce, and accompanied with home fries and bottomless sauce and toast. Second, there are so darn many omelets on the menu, most of them with odd or corny names (like Your Mom and the Hangover Helper). ... Full article...

Squeeze In and have a wonderful meal
by Maven
October 11, 2010

... Yes, the egg masters at the Squeeze In actually know how to fold eggs over into an omelet rather than the ‘scramble’ that you get most everywhere around Reno. And in this case, I prefer egg whites and light on the cheese please, no potatoes, fruit. “No problem!” This phrase seems to be written into the DNA of servers at the Squeeze In. Ask for anything your way and they smile and take it all in - no problems, no worries. ... Full article...

Reno, Nevada: The Food
by Doniree
September 28, 2010

... Squeeze In. Best omelettes on the planet! No, really - Bobby Flay once threw down an omelette challenge here – it’s what they’re known for, and yes – they were perfect. The best part is choosing a signature side/sauce to go with the omelette. Get the mushroom sauce. Thank me later. ... Full article...

A Great Meal at Squeeze In Restaurant in Truckee, CA
by The Mom Jen
September 2, 2010

... Known for the Best Omelets on the Planet, you know automatically when you reach your destination that the place is great when you see tons of people milling about outside waiting their turn to be seated. It was a gorgeous day in Truckee, and I had been warned that on a Sunday morning, the wait would be a little bit. Luckily the Squeeze is located in a row of fabulous shopping spots and my family and friends and I took a nice stroll downtown while we waited.

The restaurant isn't called the Squeeze for nothing, when you walk in the restaurant, you literally squeeze your way around to get to your table, another reason why the wait is a little longer, they only have so much room in their narrow location. But, again, the atmosphere was booming and the wait was going to be worth it, I know it!

The decor was fabulous, my kids loved it, bicycles hanging from the ceiling, and the walls were full of fun and unique graffiti by means of people actually signing the walls (permanent markers are given to you as you're seated)! We actually even found that the tables were signed and we spotted a person from our home town by her signature!

The kids got to signing the walls and my friend and I ordered drinks. Mimosa for her and Hibiscus for me (champagne and cranberry juice). We got a nice serving as well and they were delicious! Since it was closer to lunch when we were there, but some of us were hungry for breakfast, we ordered a little of both. Hubby and I ordered salad and sandwiches, oldest ordered a burger and my two younger kids had bacon and eggs and pancakes (comes with a drink and plenty of food!). ... Full article...

Food Made for T.V.
by Cynthia S. Kennedy
Nevada Magazine
July/August 2010

... Who doesn’t enjoy Bobby Flay’s sneaky ambush tactics when, with no forewarning, he announces to a chef that he’s arrived to challenge them on their signature dish? This happened to Misty Young, owner of Squeeze In, when she thought she was simply demonstrating her expert omelet-making techniques for the Food Network.

Her crowd favorite, “Racy Tracy” (bacon, avocado, mushrooms, and jack cheese), one of the restaurant’s trademark Best Omelets on the Planet, had to go head-to-toe with Flay’s “Spanish Flay” (red bell peppers, potatoes with smoked paprika, and jack cheese) in the “Throwdown” for the most eggs-travagant omelet construction. ...

[Squeeze In note: actually, Bobby Flay's omelette had Manchego cheese instead of Jack, and piquillo peppers instead of bell peppers. Our tribute omelette has red bells and jack.] ... Full article...

Best Breakfast in CA
by URCA News Staff and Randy White
June 24, 2010

... Generous mimosas and great omelets are the trademarks of this mountain town establishment. However, I'm a big huevos rancheros fan and find the Huevos Montana very satisfying! ... Full article...

Breakfast Review ~ Squeeze In, Reno, NV - 5 Stars
by Tanya
May 2010

... Every omelette’s ingredients are sautéed in a special recipe wine sauce and come with their home-style fried spudz, honey wheatberry toast and your choice of their signature sauces: mushroom, cheddar cheese or tomato pesto. I chose to sub cinnamon raisin bread for my toast… which was perfect. Had I known about their Old School Menu, I would have perused through that one too… it’s a good thing I didn’t at the time.

When the omelette arrives you are immediately blown away…it’s half the size of the plate and the other half is filled with their home-style fried spudz. And that’s when you realize that you really should have split the meal with someone… or just expect that your tummy is going to be stuffed beyond belief. These are no mediocre omelettes… these bad boys are there to make a serious statement…thick and packed full of fillings. And though I am not a big egg fan… I have officially been converted to a love of omelettes (at least at the Squeeze In) instead of going my usual french toast or pancake route when dining out. And let’s face it, eggs are really a healthier choice than french toast and pancakes anyway, right? ... Full article...

A healthy Squeeze: Restaurant family sheds pounds, adds healthy dishes to menu
by Geralda Miller
Reno Gazette-Journal
December 22, 2009

... Gary and Misty Young own the Squeeze In restaurant in Truckee, while sister, Shila Morris, and her husband, Chad, own the northwest Reno location. The restaurants have become known for their vast selection of omelettes.

[Kay] Young, who said she helps out her parents, designed an alternative menu for both locations called the Healthy Obsession Program.

The menu has heart healthy selections for breakfast and lunch. The SoCal Low Cal, a jumbo flour tortilla wrapped around scrambled egg whites, sautéed mushrooms, fat-free turkey breast and homemade salsa, is Young's favorite.

"No cheese," she said. "You won't find egg yolks. You won't find grease. Everything is sautéed fresh without any oil, just low-fat stuff." ... Full article...

Striking foodie gold in Northern California's Gold Rush Region
by Keven Ann Willey, Dallas Morning News
San Jose Mercury News
December 20, 2009

... SQUEEZE IN: In downtown Truckee, 13 miles northwest of Lake Tahoe, this tiny hole-in-the-wall features a phone- book-size menu of creative omelets ranging from the special (spinach, black olive, red pepper, feta, pesto) to the bizarre but surprisingly good (peanut butter, apple, banana and honey).

Variations of pancakes and French toast also are featured. If you get there as we did about 9:30 on a Sunday morning, expect to stand in line. It's well worth the wait. ... Full story...

A Good Egg
Moonshink Ink
March 14, 2008

... Celebrating 35 years in business, this charming, cozy breakfast, brunch and lunch nook is worth the wait. Owner Gary and Misty Young have made it a family affair and it shows in the attention to service and quality. While there have been some up-grades over the years (they now take credit cards) the menu has remained relatively unchanged with the exception of minor improvements i.e., prawns now replace the bay shrimp in omelet number nine. With 63 omelets to choose from and a dozen other breakfast selections it can seem a bit daunting, but have no fear: the menu provides happy icons indicating “most popular” choices and the wait staff is very free with advice.

Recommends include: Huevos Montana, topped with sprouts and the best salsa this side of, well, Mexico. (It’s all about the shredded carrots.) The décor is an interesting combination of kitsch and old-Truckee memorabilia, right down the signatures on the 200-year-old original brick walls. Squeeze In also serves a nice Mimosa and Bloody Marys made with Han, an Asian Vodka served exclusively in beer and wine establishments in New York and California. Most Truckee locals avoid a wait by going Tuesdays through Thursdays, but since you’ll be out hunting eggs all day, get there early (they open at 7 a.m.) or call in your order for a takeout. ... Full story...

Time for Tahoe: there are more reasons than ever to visit the West's greatest lake
Sunset Magazine
by Rachel Levin
August 2006

... Go early to beat the wait at the skinny little Squeeze In cafe. A choice from the dizzying list of 62 three-egg omelets should get you through the moderate 3.2-mile (round-trip) Five Lakes Trail. ... Full story...

Truckee More Than a Stop on the Road
San Francisco Chronicle Travel Pages
by Connie Emerson
February 12, 2006
... But maybe all that shopping has worked up an appetite for more nutritious fare. The tiny Squeeze In (11-by-60 feet) advertises "Best Omelettes on the Planet" and sets about proving it with 62 varieties. If you don't hunger for any of the 62, you might settle for one of the 28 kinds of sandwiches listed on the menu.

Decor at the Squeeze is funky cozy, with hanging strings of beads, photos and other assorted memorabilia on the walls. The building, originally three stories high and twice its current width, was at one time the community's first bank (and scene of its first bank robbery). Through the years, it also housed a real estate office, several saloons, furniture store, insurance office, a barbershop, optometrist and even a roller rink. ... Full story...

Serving It Up Man-Sized

By Brad Bynum
November 2002

... The Squeeze Inn, right in the middle of Truckee’s main drag, serves a wild and unruly assortment of omelets. They also serve lunch and other breakfast items, but that doesn’t matter. What does matters are the omelets: Big, man-sized omelets—omelets larger than the hearts of eight dead elk, omelets loaded with fresh ingredients like bell peppers and avocado, omelets with catchy names like “Jeremiah” and “Racy Tracy.”

All of the omelets come with toast and a healthy portion of savory home fries. So you get a good whopping of food. It’ll get your motor running. Even on cold icy mornings. You know, before you head out to the slopes. ... Full story...

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Voted Best Breakfast 2005, '06, '07, '08, '09!
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10060 Donner Pass Road, Downtown Truckee, California 96161 - (530) 587-9814
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