About Reno

Northern Nevada is undergoing major changes to keep up with the steady growth of both the population and new business coming into the Truckee Meadows. Once known only for the bawdy lifestyle of gambling, “quickie” divorces and instant marriages, the area is emerging as a well-known cultural center, as well as host to some of the “hottest” special events in the United States.

Downtown Reno

The Virginia Street corridor is the center of activity for not only gambling, but special events as well. The bright lights of the casinos and the famous Reno Arch declaring “The Biggest Little City In The World,” greet visitors as they enter downtown.

The boisterous casinos have been the main attraction along the Truckee River for decades. The Club Cal-Neva Hotel Casino has been around since 1948, and is still going strong as one of the most popular gaming establishments in town. Harrah's Reno opened as a full casino the same year and the action has never ceased. The National Automobile Museum, located two blocks east on Mill and Lake Streets, houses some fascinating antique cars collected by William Harrah on his ride to fame and fortune. Harrah's Events Plaza is a center for downtown events and entertainment. The Circus Circus Hotel Casino is a favorite for family fun with high-flying acts and a great arcade for the youngsters. The Silver Legacy Resort Casino is the new kid on the block and already known for sponsoring major events and adding to the revitalization of downtown. The Automated Mining Machine towering 120-feet over the casino floor is a wonderful attraction for visitors. The Eldorado Hotel Casino and Fitzgeralds Hotel Casino are also hosts for special events, as well as popular gaming venues. A couple very popular nightspots downtown include BuBinga Lounge and Limerick's Pub and Grille.

“Reno-vation” is taking place in the downtown area to make more open and attractive spaces for visitors and Renoites to enjoy. The Truckee River Walk is one of the first efforts. The major casinos are also expanding and renovating in an effort to keep downtown alive and well. The whole city gets into the act to host one of the major cultural events in the nation, the Reno Summer Arts Festival featuring Artown. The Pioneer Centre for Performing Arts presents the Reno Philharmonic, the Nevada Opera and Nevada Festival Ballet. Marvelous museums are lavishly dispersed throughout the area including the Wilbur D. May Museum and Aboretum at Rancho San Rafael Park and the Nevada Museum of Art on Liberty Street downtown.

Some major hotel/casinos outside of the Virginia Street hub include the Peppermill Hotel Casino and Atlantis Casino Resort & Spa on South Virginia Street. East of downtown resides the Grand Sierra Resort & Casino, a high-rise city unto itself. Sparks

Although it looks like its part of Reno, this is a separate, thriving city. Founded in 1904, it served as maintenance facilities for the Central Pacific Railroad. Named for then-governor John Sparks, the city has come a long way in establishing itself as not only a great place to visit but to live. The Sparks Heritage Museum displays artifacts relating to the beginnings of the town that is sometimes known as the “Rail City.”

The hub of activity is centered in Victorian Square at Interstate 80 and Victorian Avenue. John Ascuaga's Nugget towers over the Square and the hotel sponsors many major events taking place there. Fine dining facilities in this establishment include Trader Dick's Restaurant and Aquarium Bar and Restaurante Orozko. Across the Square, you will find a great mid-sized hotel/casino, the Silver Club Hotel Casino. Smaller casinos are to be found as one strolls along the Square, one of the most popular being Rail City Casino. The casinos along Victorian Square host major events almost every month of the year. Sparks Hometowne Christmas is a favorite and Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-Off.

Lake Tahoe

One look and you'll know why it is called the Jewel of the Sierras. The areas surrounding the largest alpine lake in the country offer year-round recreation and beauty. The Cal-Neva Resort Hotel Casino, the favorite haunt of the “rat pack,” is always popular for entertainment. The Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa & Casino is perhaps one of the most elegant places to lodge and have fun. MontBleu Casino Resort & Spa and Harrah's Lake Tahoe are also well known for fine dining and top entertainers.

During the summer months, the Zephyr Cove Resort & Marina beckons visitors to cruise on the M.S. Dixie II. On the south shore of the lake, Lake Tahoe Cruises offer sailing on the Tahoe Queen. The beaches and parks are popular for sunbathing and hiking. Sand Harbor presents the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival and Kings Beach hosts the Lake Tahoe Music Festival.

The ski resorts in the Sierra Nevada mountains are unmatched anywhere. Boreal Mountain Resort is usually the first of the season to open because of snow-making equipment. Granlibakken Resort & Conference Center offers fabulous lodging and conference facilities, as well as fine slopes. Heavenly Ski Resort and Northstar-at-Tahoe are first-rate for challenging ski areas. Cross-country ski enthusiasts will find the best trails in North America at Royal Gorge Cross Country Ski Resort in Soda Springs. And, of course, there is Squaw Valley USA, famous for hosting the 1960 Winter Olympics and still a world-class venue for winter sports of all genres.

  • National Automobile Museum

    10 South Lake Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 333 9300
    If classic cars are your passion, then this museum is an absolute must-see. The 100,000-square-foot building houses one of the largest collections of antique automobiles to be found anywhere. The cars are grouped by age in street settings appropriate to their time. These real-life backdrops include everything from Burma Shave signs to old gas pumps. See the cars that were originally a part of the Harrah collection including a Cadillac that belonged to Elvis Presley.
  • Sierra Safari Zoo

    10200 North Virginia Street Reno, NV 89506 United States - Phone: +1 775 677 1101 / +1 775 677 1104
    This facility is home to more than 40 species of animals and is now officially the largest zoo in Nevada. Staffed by volunteers and supported by donations, this organization does a marvelous job displaying the animals in their natural habitat. Special tours and field trips are available to provide educational fun for young and old alike. See lions and Siberian tigers roaming, reptiles slithering, baboons swinging, and parrots and other birds putting on their high-flying antics. If the weather is questionable, call before you visit.
  • Nevada Museum of Art

    160 West Liberty Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 329 3333
    The Nevada Museum of Art is an environmental statement about Nevada's unique landscape. With 13,482 square feet of gallery space for major exhibitions, a 180-seat multimedia theater for presentations, recitals, and films, dining in Café Musée and street-level and rooftop sculpture galleries, the NMA continues to offer audiences of all ages a variety of experiences. The NMA's feature exhibitions showcase national and international artists. The permanent collection relates to issues of Nevada and the West with an emphasis on the environment. For more information visit their website.
  • Fleischmann Planetarium and Science Center

    1664 North Virginia Street Reno, NV 89557 United States - Phone: +1 775 784 4811(Reservations) /+1 775 784 4812
    This facility is totally far out! Learn how much you would weigh on Venus and about black holes in the universe. In the Star Theater, visitors recline in comfortable seats while the heavens open above them on the Skydome screen. Among the many exhibits, you can see a meteorite, weighing more than one ton, that actually fell in Nevada. The public observatory contains a 12-inch reflecting telescope so you can see the stars up close and personal. Call for more information on Fleischmann Planetarium and Science Center.
  • Wilbur D. May Museum

    1595 North Sierra Street Reno, NV 89503 United States - Phone: +1 775 785 5961
    Having traveled around the world more than 40 times, Wilbur May amassed an astounding collection of artifacts. He was a philanthropist and left a marvelous legacy for generations to enjoy. His collection includes T'ang Dynasty pottery, primitive African treasures and Egyptian artifacts and a genuine shrunken head. The trophy room displays big game from around the world; the tack room is loaded with western memorabilia. The arboretum contains hundreds of plants native to the high desert. Call or e-mail for opening hours as these vary seasonally.
  • Nevada State Capitol

    101 North Carson Street Carson City, NV 89701 United States - Phone: +1 775 827 7600
    The history of the second oldest capitol building west of the Mississippi is as colorful as Nevada itself. Completed in 1871, the cost of construction nearly doubled the amount originally bid by Peter Cavanaugh; with furnishings, the total rang in at over $100,000. The 1981 renovation cost nearly $6 million. The first floor features a mural, three feet high and 400 feet long, painted by A. V. Wiggins in 1917. Numerous images representing Nevada's industries are embodied in the work. A variety of events take place as well, including the Silver & Snowflakes Holiday Tree Lighting in early December. Admission is free.
  • Nevada State Museum

    600 North Carson Street Carson City, NV 89701 United States - Phone: +1 775 687 4810
    This building was originally erected in 1870 as the U.S. Mint, which coined more than $49,000,000 until 1893. Now a museum, it hosts about 250,000 visitors each year and has become famous for exhibits such as The Chinese Experience, the Dat So La Lee Washoe Indian baskets and Coin Press No. 1. Nevada's wildlife is also featured, namely the ubiquitous coyote, elusive mountain lion, majestic golden eagle, bothersome badger and the mischievous black bear. The silver dining service from the USS Nevada battleship, fashioned with silver from the Tonopah mine and gold from Goldfield, is also on display. Admission costs $3 for adults and $2.50 for seniors. Children under 18 are free.
  • Carson City Chamber Of Commerce

    1900 South Carson Street Carson City, NV 89701 United States - Phone: +1 775 882 1565
    Find out anything you want to know about Carson City and what it has to offer. You will find plenty of information about local business and attractions. It has a gift shop with T-shirts, mugs and other souvenirs, and a nice selection of books about Carson City and Nevada history. You can pick up brochures describing the numerous amenities available including restaurants, golf, horseback riding and fishing at Lake Tahoe. If you make this your first stop, you're sure to get extra enjoyment from your stay. It also publishes a series of informative packets for anyone considering relocation. Visit their website for further information.
  • Paul Laxalt State Building

    401 North Carson Street Carson City, NV 89701 United States - Phone: +1 775 827 7600
    This structure was formerly the U.S. Post Office built in 1891 and the first Federal building erected in Nevada. It is located in the center of the Carson City Historic District and the operational clock tower is a distinctive feature. The offices for Nevada Magazine are also housed here. You can find many free brochures and information to prepare for your visit to the valley and Lake Tahoe. It is one of the most impressive buildings in town and definitely worth a visit.
  • Chapel Of The Bells

    700 West Fourth Street Reno, NV 89503 United States - Phone: +1 775 323 1375
    This wedding chapel has been one of the favorites in Reno for decades. Classy and professional, the chapel offers transportation for clients, and photography or videotaping of your special day. There is also a wedding boutique and a florist available. If you want an outdoor wedding, it has a garden gazebo where you can exchange your vows when the weather is cooperative. The reasonable fees depend on the types of services you select.
  • Stillwater Guide Service

    5410 Simons Drive Reno, NV 89523 United States - Phone: +1 775 851 1558
    Grab your pole and let's go fly-fishing. These expert guides will help you find the great fishing spots and provide you with the knowledge and techniques to catch that trophy trout. Choose from the many lakes in northern Nevada and California, some little known and very private. All the equipment needed for your fishing expedition is provided, including waders, if necessary. The full-day rate is $150 for one person, $200 for two people and includes a hot lunch and beverages. 
  • Cutthroat Charters

    29555 Pyramid Lake Road Reno, NV 89510 United States - Phone: +1 775 476 0555
    The best way to catch the famous Lahontan Cutthroat Trout is by boat. This family-run charter service provides all the equipment at a reasonable price. Bring your minnow lures or black and purple woolly worms; bait fishing is not allowed and the limit is two fish per day. The trout are always active, and owner George Molino knows all the best spots; its not uncommon to see nine-pound trout on your line. There is a two-person minimum, and fishing permits are not included in the price.
  • Washoe Lake State Recreation Area

    4855 East Lake Boulevard New Washoe City, NV 89704 United States - Phone: +1 775 687 4319
    Grab your rod and reel and head out to this recreational area conveniently located between Reno and Carson City. Fishermen of all ages delight in catching the stocked channel catfish and wipers, a cross between white bass and striped bass. This lake suffered a bit during the drought years of early 1990s, but it has been making a comeback and the fishing gets better every year. Campsites and a boat launch area are available, so you can easily turn your adventure into a day-long or weekend-long excursion. Admission to the lake is free, but if you want to fish, you must have a current Nevada Fishing License.
  • Pyramid Lake

    2500 Lakeview Drive Sutcliffe, NV 89510 United States - Phone: +1 775 476 1155
    Desolation can be beautiful. This body of water is one of the largest freshwater lakes in North America, covering 170-square-miles. It is one of the remains of a huge inland sea that covered 8,600 square miles of land more than 50,000 years ago. The barren shoreline offers no respite from the blazing Nevada sun. It remains much the same as when John C. Fremont first viewed its shining oasis in 1844. He named the lake after the Pyramid of Cheops when he saw a large stone formation in the shape of a pyramid. Paiute tribal members are the caretakers of the lake; their reservation encompasses more than a half-million acres surrounding the water. They operate the Numana Fish Hatchery and Visitor's Center open daily from 10a-2p. The Pyramid Lake Marina offers boat rentals, launches and slips; you can purchase a tribal permit for fishing, camping and boating at the Pyramid Lake Ranger Station.
  • St. Mary in the Mountains Catholic Church

    Union St and C St Virginia City, NV 89440 United States - Phone: +1 775 847 9099
    This church was built during the late 1800s and literally pierces the sky with majestic spires. Parishioners enter through three arched doorways and rose-colored windows shed a heavenly light throughout the services. The solid-cast silver bell can be heard throughout the little town announcing the beginning of Mass. The splendid Gothic altar is a masterpiece of craftsmanship. Whatever religion you may be, you will appreciate the beauty in this house of God.
  • Truckee River Walk

    Arlington Avenue at Island Avenue Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 827 7600
    This river flows from Lake Tahoe to Pyramid Lake nourishing farmland along its journey. Starting at Wingfield Park, you can walk for miles in either direction. Going east toward downtown Reno, you will pass the place where thousands of divorcees have thrown their wedding rings into the flowing waters. Birds of all kinds including Canadian geese, hawks and kingfishers can be seen foraging for food. Anglers can also enjoy the superb fishing the river offers.
  • Reno Arch

    Virginia Street at Commercial Row Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 827 7600
    The famous lighted arch went up in 1926 to celebrate the completion of the Transcontinental Highway through Reno. In 1929 the city held a contest to give the city a motto; henceforth Reno became known as "The Biggest Little City In The World." Three different arches have stood in this location, the last erected in 1987. The Old Reno Arch that was built in 1964 is now by the National Automobile Museum on Lake Street in Reno. Claim is that this landmark is one of the most photographed structures in the world.
  • Sparks Marina Park

    300 Howard Drive Sparks, NV 89434 United States - Phone: +1 775 353 2376
    This former gravel pit has been transformed by the city of Sparks into one of the nicest fishing areas around. With walking paths, trees and sandy beaches, this is a great place for a family outing. The lake has been stocked with trout, all catchable and trophy-sized. And the best feature is its proximity, only ten minutes from anywhere in Reno/Sparks. Admission is free, but one must have a valid Nevada fishing license when angling for trout. No gas engine watercraft are allowed. Rowboats, float tubes and electric motorcraft are permitted.
  • Fourth Ward School Museum

    537 South C Street Virginia City, NV 89440 United States - Phone: +1 775 847 0975
    History buffs will enjoy this interesting old schoolhouse. It was built in the late 1880s so the Comstock students could get their education in a fine modern building. Walk through and you will see that much of the old furnishings and blackboards remain. The four-story building has been completely refurbished inside and out and serves as a meeting place, gallery and museum for the area. Admission is USD2 for adults, children under age 12 admitted free.
  • Bowers Mansion Museum

    4005 Old US Highway 395 North Washoe County, NV 89704 United States - Phone: +1 775 849 0201
    This beautiful sandstone mansion was the home of Sandy Bowers, one of the first people to strike it rich on the Comstock. When the mansion was built in the late 1800s, it was the most fabulous home in all of Nevada. There are fine antique furnishings, brocades, silver tea services and even silver door hinges and knobs. The mansion has guided tours during the summer months. One can stroll the grounds, have a picnic, or take a dip in the nearby Bowers pool.
  • Laura Springs Ranch

    1456 Foothill Road Gardnerville, NV 89460 United States - Phone: +1 775 782 2893
    Located at the foot of the High Sierras, the ranch is at the crossroads of the Pony Express and the Emigrant Trails, now State Route 206. The place was settled in 1863 by Norwegian immigrants Nils Morrison and his wife Carrie Sorenson. The homestead has remained in the family for five generations, and they now specialize in antiques. There's even a "finder service" if the Morrison family doesn't have what you want on hand. Refreshments are served everyday at the old ranch house, and guests can take a stroll on the Pony Express Trail.
  • Circus Circus Hotel Casino

    500 North Sierra Street Reno, NV 89503 United States - Phone: +1 775 329 0711 / +1 800 648 5010(Toll Free)
    Excitement reigns not only on the casino floor, but above it as well. High-flying circus acts from around the world perform their amazing feats to the delight of the spectators daily from 11:15am-midnight. Non-stop gaming action includes 83 table games and more than 1,600 of the latest slot machines. Art Gecko's Southwest Grill is one of several eateries to tempt your appetite. A skywalk connecting this hotel with the Silver Legacy and Eldorado casinos makes it fun and easy to see other attractions. The spacious accommodations reflect a European circus theme reminiscent of the early 1900s.
  • Park Wedding Chapel

    136 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 323 1770
    A quaint old fashioned wedding chapel in the heart of downtown is only a few steps from the Washoe County Courthouse. The chapel is adorned with candelabras and flowers and each pew is elegantly decorated with satin bows. This wedding venue can accommodate up to 45 guests. There is a wide assortment of fresh and silk flowers from which to choose your bouquet. To keep your wedding memories alive, video photography is also available.
  • Genoa Town Park

    185 Nixon Street Genoa, NV 89411 United States - Phone: +1 775 782 8696(Tourist Information)
    Genoa Town Park is one place your children will never get bored at. With around 3 levels of fun and leisure activities and a sprawling play zone for children, you and your family can spend a leisurely afternoon lounging around. Attend fun events like the Candy Dance Arts & Crafts Faire that has been an annual tradition, where the ladies of the town take it upon themselves to make candy and fudge and hold a dance  to raise money for street lights. They got their lights, and the event was such a success that it has continued ever since. Come, join the fun!
  • Virginia & Truckee Railroad

    166 F Street Virginia City, NV 89440 United States - Phone: +1 775 847 0380
    All aboard! Take a trip back to the old Comstock days and enjoy a ride on this authentic steam train. You can go on a six-mile round trip from Virginia City to Gold Hill. The narrated 35-minute ride will take you through the heart of the Comstock mining region. As you travel along, the guide will fill you in on some of the town's tall tales and historical facts. Check the website for schedules and current ticket prices.
  • Mormon Station State Historic Park

    Jacks Valley Road @ Main Street Genoa, NV 89411 United States - Phone: +1 775 782 2590
    This site was first established in 1851 as a trading post for pioneers traveling westward to the gold rush at Sutter's Mill in California. It was the first settlement in Nevada. There is a museum and stockade with exhibits that tell an interesting story. The museum hosts a large display of baskets and pottery. Antique machines and tools are on display along with a pictorial history of the area. Outside of the museum, you will find a delightful picnic area with tables and barbecue grills. Admission is free, however, donations are accepted.
  • Chollar Mine

    615 South F Street Virginia City, NV 89440 United States - Phone: +1 775 847 7500
    First discovered in 1859, this mine once produced both gold and silver ore. Today, it yields history rather than precious metals. Take a 30-minute walking tour through the actual mine shaft. As you descend 400 feet deep into the mine, you will marvel at the design of the mine's support structures and see the tools that were actually used by men that coaxed the ore out of the mine's veins. This guided tour offers many interesting facts of how Virginia City miners lived and died.
  • Bartley Ranch Park

    6000 Bartley Ranch Road Reno, NV 89511 United States - Phone: +1 775 828 6612
    The view of the city is breathtaking from this park near Windy Hill. If you're here to relax, choose a shade tree and sit a while. There are also several walking, mountain bike and horseback trails for those who want to be on the move. Photographers will enjoy the old Huffaker School, which is located on the park grounds and can be toured by appointment. The one-room schoolhouse was built in 1867 and was in use until 1951. Admission to the park is free.
  • Way It Was Museum

    113 North C Street Virginia City, NV 89440 United States - Phone: +1 775 847 0766
    An extensive collection of rare photos, mineral and mining artifacts, maps and costumes reminiscent of the 1860 Comstock days captivates visitors to this museum. Learn how real miners worked, lived and even died in the mines. One exhibit shows a scale model of the hundreds of miles of underground mine shafts beneath Virginia City. Also on display is a working model and cutaway of a real silver and gold mine. Enjoy a 16-minute video featuring Merlin Olsen and Charlie Jones explaining life on the American Frontier. This is a must-see when you come to this historically rich town.
  • Silver Terrace Cemetery

    Northeast Street @ Cemetery Road Virginia City, NV 89440 United States - Phone: +1 775 847 7500
    The first burial took place at this site in 1860. Eleven of the Comstock's thirty-one cemeteries are located at this one location. Some of these eleven groups include the Masons, Oddfellows, Firemen and Catholics. Cemeteries during this era were considered good places to go for quiet contemplation, which made them the forerunners of municipal parks. You can see ornate fencing and hand-carved headstones depicting the life spans and of both the rich and poor who lived in this mining town.
  • Animal Ark

    1265 Deerlodge Road Reno, NV 89508 United States - Phone: +1 775 969 3111
    This is the place to learn more about wild animals in their natural habitat. There are black bears, wolves, lynx, Arctic foxes, birds of prey and many more fascinating critters. The entire family will enjoy touring this nature center and wildlife sanctuary. You will find plenty to see and do, including animal demonstrations and educational displays. Picnic areas are available, so bring a lunch and spend the day. From Reno take 395 north to exit 78. At Red Rock Road turn right and drive 11.5 miles to Deerlodge. Turn right at Deerlodge. Admission is $6 for adults, $5 for senior citizens and $4 for children 3-12. Children under three years of age admitted free.
  • Washoe County Courthouse

    75 Court Street Room 214 Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 328 3110
    The courthouse was completed in 1912 and is still in use today. It was designed by noted Nevada architect Frederick J. DeLongchamps, who also designed the downtown post office and other Nevada courthouses. This interesting building is in the neo-classical style and has several ornate features. Terrazzo tiled floors pave the way along the marble halls. Many famous people received their wedding licenses and divorce decrees in this old courthouse. More marriage licenses have been issued here than any other courthouse of its size in the United States. A scene from The Misfits was filmed in front of the courthouse. Yes, Marilyn Monroe sashayed down these very steps in the 1961 movie.
  • Best & Belcher Mine Tour

    106 S C Street Virginia City, NV 89440 United States - Phone: +1 775 847 0757
    This is family fun for everyone in the heart of downtown Virginia City. See the complete underground mine workings of an authentic gold and silver mine. Experienced miners will guide you through tunnels as you descend deep into the shaft. You will see the actual tunnels, crosscuts, drifts and various tools that the miners used in the old Comstock. One can experience what life was really like for these men as they lived their short and hard lives hundreds of feet below the earth.
  • Steamboat Villa Hot Springs Spa

    16010 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89511 United States - Phone: +1 775 853 6600
    This is the oldest known site for continuous hot spring activity producing surface mineral deposits in the world today. The spa dates back to the Virginia City mining days, when Dr. Edna Carver used these healing waters and operated this famous therapeutic center from 1909 to 1954. The hot springs have since been registered as a National Historical Site. Pamper yourself in one of the private geothermal steam rooms, or sit and relax in one of the spas where the water temperature can be adjusted to please each client. There are several therapeutic services available to augment your spa visit, including Swedish massage, aromatherapy, sports, Thai or traditional Japanese massages. Maybe you would like a mud body wrap using special herbs, which claim to help your body lose inches. Whatever your needs are, they can be met at this healing and therapeutic spa. Reservations are recommended.
  • Wingfield Park Amphitheater

    First street and Arlington Avenue Reno, NV 89503 United States - Phone: +1 775 334 2417
    This beautiful outdoor amphitheater is situated along the Truckee River, just steps from the Raymond L. Smith Truckee River Walk. During the summer months, there are public concerts by the Reno Philharmonic, plus theater, ballet and music during the day and on evenings. The park also hosts children's programs and storytelling. The Great Basin Book Festival is a very popular event held annually in September. At Christmas, the area is decorated with Christmas figures and lights. It makes for a spectacular sight at night.
  • Glendale School House

    Victorian Avenue and Pyramid Square Sparks, NV 89431 United States - Phone: +1 775 358 1976
    The town of Glendale preceded Reno as a settlement and was thought to be destined to be the metropolis along the Truckee River. Those dreams were shattered when the town was bypassed by the Central Pacific Railroad and the station was routed to Lakes Crossing in what was soon to be Reno. The first teacher of this little white schoolhouse, E.C. Sessions, taught in his home until this building was constructed in 1864. The cost of the building was $1,446, and to this day it remains a testament to the craftsmanship of the builder, Archie Bryant. Over the years, many early Nevadans were educated at this little schoolhouse, perhaps the most notable was U.S. Senator Patrick A. McCarran. The schoolhouse is open for visiting only by requests made in advance through the Sparks Chamber of Commerce.
  • Spooner Lake

    3709 Nevada 28 Incline Village, NV 89402 United States - Phone: +1 888 858 8844 / +1 775 749 5349(Reservations)
    What a wonderful place to spend an entire day relaxing next to this beautiful blue lake. The area is dotted with groves of aspen and filled with mountain meadows flowing with wild flowers. Encompassing this pristine lake is a 2.3-mile easy walking trail that will lead you through breathtaking meadows and thick forests full of conifers and aspens. Be sure to keep an eye open for the abundance of osprey, ducks and geese that live in the mountainous area. Fishing at this lake is catch and release only, and the lake has been stocked with trout of all sizes. The picnic area is available by reservation only and is limited to 25-people on the weekends and 100-people during the week. Call early for your reservations.
  • Virginia Lake Park

    1980 Lakeside Drive Reno, NV 89509 United States - Phone: +1 775 827 7600
    What a wonderful place to spend the afternoon with the family. You will find lots of playground equipment for the kiddies at this small, but shady park. It sits across from the natural splendors of Virginia Lake, a haven for ducks and geese. When you get tired of the playground, just cross the street and feed the ducks. In a few moments, you'll be surrounded by hundreds of the quackers, begging for a treat. The park offers a covered cabana complete with half a dozen picnic tables and barbecues. You can relax and spend a quiet afternoon by a peaceful and serene lake or take a walk around the trail that encompasses the lake.
  • Sparks Heritage Museum & Cultural Center

    814 Victorian Avenue Sparks, NV 89431 United States - Phone: +1 775 355 1144
    In 1900, the Central Pacific Railroad decided to move the tracks out of Wadsworth, Nevada, and run them closer to the base of the Sierra Nevada mountains. The land for the new terminal and the rail yards is where Sparks is located today. It took four years to fill the swamp created by the Truckee River. By 1904, the job was completed and Sparks became the busiest terminal between Utah and California. You can see artifacts and learn the history of Sparks at the museum located three blocks from John Ascuaga's Nugget.
  • Idlewild Park

    1900 Idlewild Drive Reno, NV 89509 United States - Phone: +1 775 827 7600
    This park has something for everyone. You can find several interconnecting lakes in this beautiful, tree-lined park. There is no better way to spend an afternoon than strolling through the City of Reno Municipal Rose Garden. Smell the sweet aroma as you walk through this incredibly beautiful garden that houses 2400 rose plants, representing 560 different varieties. The park offers picnic facilities equipped with benches and barbecues. There is a large playground for the kids with baseball diamonds, a volleyball pit and municipal pool. No admission is charged.
  • Virginia Lake Recreation Area

    1980 Lakeside Drive Reno, NV 89509 United States - Phone: +1 775 827 7600
    Nestled in the heart of Reno and surrounded by trees, there is an enchanting lake. With enough picnic and park benches for everyone, you will want to spend the day at this favorite local hangout. You will be able to walk, jog or even bicycle on a trail that encompasses this picturesque lake. As you meander along the trail, be sure to stop at the exercise stations that are here to assist you in staying in shape. The Virginia Lake Park for kiddies is directly across the street, along with public restrooms. And most of all, don't forget to bring a loaf of bread to feed the hundreds of ducks that live at the lake.
  • Old Reno Arch

    Lake Street at Mill Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 827 7600
    In 1926, with the completion of the Lincoln Highway, city fathers wanted something that would make Reno stand out in the minds of those who visited the city. So the Reno arch was erected. In 1964, it came down and was banished to the scrap yard for a while. Since that time, the old arch has been moved to different spots in the city before finally finding a permanent home on Lake Street near the National Automobile Museum. Not as glitzy as the newer signs that have followed it, the old arch was a modern marvel that welcomed the likes of movie stars, politicians and divorcees to our fair city.
  • Governor's Mansion

    606 Mountain Street Carson City, NV 89703 United States - Phone: +1 775 882 2333
    George W. Ferris, whose son, George Jr., gained notoriety as the inventor of the Ferris Wheel, designed this beautiful mansion. It was completed in 1909 after 30 years of debate. A nominal sum of USD10 was paid for the land on which this masterpiece was built. This beautiful home, which is a fine example of elegantly crafted Classic Revival architecture, now houses Nevada's current governor and first family. Call for opening hours.
  • Reno Farmers Market

    California Avenue & Booth Street Reno, NV 89509 United States - Phone: +1 775 746 5024
    Come on down to this fun and unique farmers market, held during the summer months in Reno. More than 30 vendors set up booths and sell their wares. You will find an array of soaps, candles, fresh fruit and vegetables, cheese and fresh flowers. You can even watch bees make their honey in a glass hive right before your eyes. This is a great place to get everything you need for lunch or dinner with just one stop. The kids will also enjoy coming along. Individual vendors may accept credit cards.
  • Bucket Of Blood Saloon

    1 South C Street Virginia City, NV 89440 United States - Phone: +1 775 847 0322
    Travel back to the old Comstock days when you visit this historic old saloon that used to be one of the most celebrated watering holes in Virginia City. You will find a vast collection of elaborate antique hanging lamps, generous slot machines and souvenirs. Sit back, relax and order a sarsaparilla for yourself and the kids. Listen to live Ragtime or a Tin Pan Alley quartet while enjoying your drink. Call for opening hours. 
  • Rancho San Rafael Park

    1595 N. Sierra Street Reno, NV 89503 United States - Phone: +1 775 785 4512 / +1 775 857 3378 (Tickets)
    This beautifully landscaped area is one of Reno's premier parks. The Great Reno Balloon Race and "Reno Celebrates America", a fireworks show on the fourth of July, are a couple of the major events taking place here. On the grounds of this huge park you will find the Wilbur D. May Museum and Arboretum and the Great Basin Adventure Amusement Park. You will find miles of walking or jogging trails complete with exercise stations, a large playground for the kiddies, picnic and barbecue facilities, with acres and acres of grass. For large groups, you can call ahead and reserve one of the many gazebo picnic areas available throughout the park. No admission is charged for park entrance.
  • Wedding Chapel at the Grand Sierra Resort

    2500 East 2nd Street Reno, NV 89595 United States - Phone: +1 775 789 2472 / +1 800 255 1771 (Toll Free)
    At this quaint and elegant chapel, located inside the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino, you can have an elaborate ceremony with up to 100 guests or an intimate and casual ceremony with just a few of your closest family and friends. The bridal party is provided with a private dressing room, and flowers and accessories are available for purchase in the lobby. For recording your wedding memories for a lifetime, they offer professional photographers and video taping for an additional fee. See website for wedding package pricing, photos and more.
  • Castle

    Taylor Street at B Street Virginia City, NV 89440 United States - Phone: +1 775 847 0311
    This beautiful old mansion nestled at the foothills of Mount Davidson boasts to be Virginia City's only truly original mansion from the 1800s. The furnishings were imported from Europe in 1868 and are still on display. Crystal chandeliers illuminate the rooms and reflect brightly on the silver doorknobs adorning the large wooden doors. Climb to floors above on Italian hanging stairways fastened with silver stair rods. Marvel at the workmanship and beauty of the Carrara marble fireplaces. Call for opening hours.
  • Windy Hill (Audrey Harris Park)

    6600 Lakeside Dr Reno, NV 89511 United States
    Once considered 'out in the country', this little spot located near the Bartley Ranch Park, is probably one of the best places to see the twinkling night lights of Reno. It's been a popular area for stargazing for decades, and probably more marriage proposals have been made here than anywhere else in town. It's well landscaped and there are benches and walking paths for daylight enjoyment as well.
  • Virginia City

    86 South C Street Virginia City, NV 89440 United States - Phone: +1 775 847 7500 / +1 800 718 7587(Tourist Information)
    The history of the wild, wild West permeates this wonderful little town hidden in the foothills between Reno and Carson City. As you stroll the wooden sidewalks, you are transported back to the 1860s when the Comstock Lode of gold and silver was discovered. Instant millionaires were made here and some of their mansions have been preserved throughout the years. One of the finest examples is The Castle on Millionaire's Row. Visitors can also tour some of the original gold and silver digs such as the Chollar Mine, the Silver Terrace Cemetery, the Fourth Ward School, The Way It Was Museum and St. Mary's Catholic Church. Many special events take place in the little town during the year including the Camel Races and Christmas on the Comstock Parade. The town has some quaint hotels or bed and breakfasts to accommodate visitors such as the Gold Hill Hotel and Sugarloaf.
  • Reno-Tahoe Sky Tours

    500 North Sierra Street Reno, NV 89503 United States - Phone: +1 775 323 2359
    This service is not only great for vacationers, but professionals looking to relocate their businesses will find this tour very informative. The flights depart the Circus Circus and the reservation desk is located on the mezzanine level of the hotel. A 12-minute flight will take you over the Reno-Truckee Meadows area. Your pilot is very knowledgeable on the history and demographics of the city. A 45-minute ride will show not only Reno, but Lake Tahoe, Truckee and Donner.
  • Alamo Travel Center

    1950 Greg Street Sparks, NV 89431 United States - Phone: +1 775 355 8888
    For the road traveler who thinks truck stops are the best places for service and information, this center will prove you right. Stop for directions, probably the cheapest gas and diesel in the area and great food at the Alamo Restaurant. A fun casino is on the premises with loose slots and blackjack tables. You can also get your favorite libation at the full-service bar. The annual TruckerFest is held here in the summer.
  • National Wild Horse & Burro Center

    17800 State Route 445 Reno, NV 89510 United States - Phone: +1 775 475 2222
    If you've ever wanted to see a wild mustang up close and personal, then this is the place. Nevada is home to more wild horses than any other state. Unfortunately, there isn't enough food and water to sustain all of them, and this facility is here to give them a helping hand. The Bureau of Land Management rounds up approximately 4,000 of these critters per year, brings them to the center for good food and medical treatment, and prepares them for adoption to good homes. If you sponsor a horse, you must maintain the animal for one year before you are given the title of adopter. Contrary to popular misconception, the mustangs can be domesticated and many become excellent ranch and pleasure horses. You will find this facility about 15 miles north of Sparks on the way to Pyramid Lake.
  • Santa Steam Train Rides

    2180 South Carson St Carson City, NV 89701 United States - Phone: +1 775 687 6953
    This two-day holiday event has become the museum's most popular weekend. During the event, more than 4,000 people will ride this historic steam train. What makes this event especially exciting for children is that they are riding a train with Santa Claus. Adults will enjoy the historical aspect of riding a steam train. All who attend will relish the memory for many holiday seasons to come. The train rides are free for both days of the event.
  • Tahoe Meadow Trail

    Highway 395 Reno, NV 89511 United States - Phone: +1 775 827 7600
    This trail is a great spot for either a winter group outing or a place where you can be alone. During the winter, this area is usually covered with snow. Although you can hike along the meadows, it is recommended that you bring or rent snowshoes to make your hike more enjoyable. The variety of plant life changes with the seasons yet is always spectacular. This scenic trail is about 12 miles round-trip, and provides an opportunity to see local wildlife inhabiting the area. Dogs are welcome on this trail. No fee.
  • Pyramid Lake Marina

    2500 Lakeview Drive Sutcliffe, NV 89424 United States - Phone: +1 775 476 1156
    The drive to this beautiful lake takes you along the scenic byway route. The lake is one of the largest freshwater lakes in North America, covering 170 square miles. Paiute tribal members are the caretakers of the lake; their reservation encompasses more than a half-million acres surrounding the water. The Pyramid Lake Marina offers boat rentals, launches and slips, you can purchase a tribal permit for fishing, camping and boating at the Pyramid Lake Ranger Station.
  • Reno Sparks Convention & Visitors Authority

    4001 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 800 367 7366(Toll Free)
    Reno is famous for adventure sports and its proximity to Lake Tahoe. Skiing enthusiasts throng the city to take part in the various festivals and competitions, and the abundance of its entertainment facilities has made the town a hot favorite with visitors. The Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center, Wild creek Golf Course, Northgate Golf Club, and the National Bowling Stadium are some of the prime attractions of Reno. The Visitors' Bureau is the ideal source of information for tourists. It keeps you updated on the latest happenings and familiarizes you with everything that is to be known about the city. It provides detailed information about tourist attractions, hotels, sports, restaurants, nightlife, and shopping areas. The convention center also manages a world-class hotel.
  • Star Theater

    1650 North Virginia Street Reno, NV 89503 United States - Phone: +1 775 784 4811(Box Office)
    The Star Theater at the Fleischmann Planetarium is an auxiliary to the main structure, intended to help young and old learners alike gain a new sense of wonder for the sciences. Showings may or may not have to do with astronomy. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call or see their website.
  • Video Cube

    2707 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 800 360 5471
    Imagine enjoying your food under a cluster of television screens. As the name suggests a huge stack of 120 television monitors are on display along the casino roof. Theres constant coverage of entertainment taking place round the globe. This place is in the the same location as Peppermill Steak House and The Sports Bar .
  • Southwest Reno

    Southwest of the Reno city center Reno, NV 89509 United States
    Although Reno has great entertainment throughout the city, head to southwest Reno for the best shopping. If you encounter bad weather on your trip and go inside Mayberry Landing Shopping Center or Meadowood Mall, you can find great shops all under one roof. However don't forget to find the unique stores outside of shopping centers, such as the Attic.
  • Reno Stead Airport

    14501 MT Anderson Reno, NV 89506 United States - Phone: +1 775 328 6570
    The Reno Stead Airport is a general airport that spreads out over 5000 acres. It serves as a relief airport to the main airport at Reno and is also home to associations like the Bureau of Land Management, and the Nevada Cart Club among others. Apart from functioning as a relief airport, Reno Stead Airport hosts special events like the Annual Hot August Nights Stop Light Competition and the National Championship Air Races.
  • Magic Underground

    100 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 324 6007
    Magic Underground in Reno is located in Pioneer Center for Performing Arts. It brings out shows that feature all kinds of magical wonders that are sure to leave you spellbound. Magic Underground even holds special matinée shows for those who don't want to go out too late. So if you like shows that will boggle your mind, head to Magic Underground.
  • Wingfield Park

    300 West 1st Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 827 7600
    A very well known park, Wingfield, is where all the citizens of Reno come to relax and enjoy a picnic with family and friends. Wingfield Park comprises of five smaller parks, namely the Wingfeild Park (East Island), Wingfield Park (West Island), Brick Park, Bennett Park and Bicentennial Park. It includes basketball courts, picnic shelter, barbecue area and the Wingfield Park Amphitheater. It also offers panoramic views of the Truckee river and is host to many social and cultural events held in the city. Come by for a quiet time all by yourself or with a noisy gang, either way Wingfield Park will provide for a pleasant experience.
  • Legends at Sparks Marina

    1310 Scheels Drive Sparks, NV 89434 United States - Phone: +1 775 358 3800
    Legends at Sparks Marina has great entertainment facilities, restaurants, stores and factory outlets. Spend the day shopping at stores such as Ann Taylor Factory Store, Banana Republic Factory Store, Gamestop, Michael Kors and Tommy Hilfiger Company Store. The Dickinson Theaters and IMAX are also the perfect place to catch the latest movie.
  • Victorian Square

    801 Victorian Avenue Sparks, NV 89431 United States - Phone: +1 775 353 2376
    Whether it is local culture that you want to experience in the form of cafe-bars, recreation, shopping and sport, or whether it is the numerous open-air concerts that catch your attention, Victorian Square is the place for it all. Summer time is best when one can relax by the bubbly fountain or do some street shopping. Friendly to pedestrians, this square is conveniently located in the downtown area of the city which is what makes it crowded at most times.
  • Aces Ballpark

    250 Evans Avenue Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 334 4700
    The Reno Aces take the field at this ballpark. This AAA team keeps "The Biggest Little City in the World" cheering in the stands at this downtown field.
  • The Lake Mansion

    250 Court Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 826 6100
    A historic house located in downtown Reno, the Lake Mansion was the former home of Myron and Jane Lake, the city’s founders. Built in 1877, by architect W.J. Marsh, the house is a fine example of Italianate architecture, with its hipped roof, corbels, and arched windows, which are typical of this style of Classical architecture. The house was originally located at the corner of Virginia street and Kietzke street, and was later moved to the Court street by VSA Nevada, an organization that arranges arts events at the mansion, and which is housed inside the mansion. The Lake Mansion is on the National Register of Historic Places and is definitely worth a visit. See the website for more information.
  • Mills Park

    1111 East William Street Carson City, NV 89701 United States - Phone: +1 775 887 2262(City Park Council)
    The Mills Park of Carson City lies near the center of the city, and is a popular recreational venue for the local residents. Spread over 51 acres (20.6 hectares), this community park comes equipped with a range of facilities, including playgrounds, volleyball courts, tennis courts, fitness centers, and picnic pavilions. The park is also home to the Mills Park Railroad, a much known attraction in the city, which takes visitors on a tour throughout the park. Besides the miniature railroad, the Mills Park is home to other attractions, like the historic Wungnema House and the Pony Express Pavilion, which plays host to concerts and other entertaining events. See the website for further information.
  • University of Nevada, Reno

    1664 North Virginia Street Reno, NV 89557 United States - Phone: +1 775 784 4700
    Founded in 1874, the University of Nevada, Reno was first established in the city of Elko, NV, and later moved in 1885 to its permanent home on Reno. Spread over an area of 290 acres (117.3 hectares), the university boasts a well-maintained campus, lined with several trees and ponds, making for an ideal environment for learning. As a Tier 1 university, the University of Nevada, Reno, also called UNR or just Nevada, offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in a varied range of disciplines in its numerous colleges and schools on its campus. See the website for information on academic programs and other details.
  • Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum

    490 South Center Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 786 1000
    The Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum is a great place to bring your family to explore and learn about the history of the state of Nevada. Exhibits deal with nature, wildlife, environmentalism and renewable energy as they pertain to the region.
  • Great Basin Brewing Company

    5525 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 284 7711
    This is a very popular watering hole with the honor of being voted "Best Microbrewery" in recent years. Some award-winning concoctions include Wild Horse Ale, Nevada Gold and Cerveza ChiliBeso, brewed with a hint of jalapeno. Dining choices include Salmon Tacos with fresh mango sauce and Brewery Fish and Chips fried in Wild Horse Ale batter. Live entertainment is provided every Friday and Saturday evening starting at 8pm. If the weather is pleasant, be sure to enjoy your evening on the outdoor patio. Great Basin Brewing Company opens at 11.30am everyday.
  • Rapscallion Seafood house

    1555 South Wells Avenue Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 323 1211 / +1 877 932 3700(Toll Free)
    This establishment has been voted the "Favorite Seafood Restaurant" by the Reno Gazette-Journal poll for more than 18 years. The decor is reminiscent of San Francisco eateries of the early 1900s. Stained glass, elegant wood paneling and subdued lighting add to the charming atmosphere. The menu features a vast array of seafood, lamb, steaks and pork dishes. Try the Rapscallion Seafood Grille prepared with jumbo prawns, swordfish and salmon served on potato latke and drizzled with lobster bisque for $19.95. The wine list has more than 150 wines from around the world with prices in the moderate range. Rapscallion opens at 5pm in the evening daily. Check the website for opening hours.
  • Chef's Buffet

    345 North Virginia Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 786 5700
    This buffet at the Eldorado Hotel will bring a little bit of Paris to your dining experience. Diners are greeted with a light and airy atmosphere. Painted ceilings and mirrored columns are featured in this newly redecorated restaurant. The famous Mushroom Ravioli is served every night along with traditional steak and prime rib. Seafood lovers can get more than a bowl of chowder at the Friday night Seafood Extravaganza. Breaded Calamari, shrimp enchiladas and crab ravioli are some of the favorites.
  • Bimini Steak House

    2707 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 866 821 9996
    Informal dining is the key at this restaurant, located at the South entrance of the Peppermill Hotel. Try pan-seared medallions of veal or the porterhouse steak for two. Dine with lovely, unfettered views of the pools and courtyard; it feels particularly festive in the summer. A full selection of cocktails is available alongside a varied wine selection.
  • Bertha Miranda's Mexican Restaurant

    336 Mill Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 786 9697
    Housed in an old mansion near downtown, the restaurant offers authentic Mexican dishes, a comfy atmosphere, and patio dining when the weather is nice. For your added enjoyment, a guitar-strumming singer entertains from table to table. The food is tasty and the portions are generous. Especially good is the Chicken Enchilada with rice and beans. Delicioso! The restaurant has a full service bar featuring all your favorite cocktails and wines. Bertha Miranda's Mexican Restaurant opens daily at 10am.
  • Austin's Mountain Country Food & Spirits

    7671 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89511 United States - Phone: +1 775 852 1600
    The new owners have tastefully redecorated inside and out to reflect a modern log cabin, with rustic browns and greens adding warmth to the roomy dining area. The aroma of pine trees and hickory transports you right to the woods. Enjoy the Chicken Fried Boar or Wild Game Lasagna. For the hearty appetite, order the Beef Stew Chili served with vegetables and potatoes. All entrees are served with your choice of two side dishes and cornbread. Cocktails, beer and very nice wines are available.
  • Viaggio

    2309 Kietzke Lane Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 828 2708
    This fine restaurant has established a reputation for great food and one of the best wine lists in town. The lighting is subdued and linen tablecloths and candles grace the dining area. The entrees consist of an amazing variety of seafood, pasta, poultry, pork and veal dishes. The Scampi Pescatore with fresh fettuccine is a superb choice. The wine selection is stupendous, offering more than 800 varieties by the glass or bottle in the moderate-to-high price range. Call for opening hours.
  • Toucan Charlie's Buffet & Grille

    3800 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 825 4700
    The selection at this buffet is staggering. The star attraction is the Mongolian stir-fry. It is always highly anticipated by eager diners. Scoop your selection of veggies, and condiments into a bowl and pass it to the cook. The fun is watching as your choice of meat is skillfully stir-fried with your veggies. For your convenience, there is a full service bar located in the buffet area. Refer to their website for prices and opening hours.
  • Tannenbaum Event Center

    20007 Mount Rose Highway Reno, NV 89511 United States - Phone: +1 775 849 7688
    Formerly the Christmas Tree Restaurant, extensive remodeling has transformed this landmark into the Tannenbaum Event Center. Located a few miles up the Mount Rose Highway, the magnificent view alone is worth the drive. A beautiful stone lobby and elegant Timbre Port Cache lobby invite you and your guests. Any kind of event can be hosted, for up to 250 people.
  • Los Compadres

    1490 East Fourth Street Reno, NV 89512 United States - Phone: +1 775 786 9966
    This restaurant is a regular spot for area families who enjoy great food and service. There is nothing fancy here, the decor is a bit on the austere side. But, one bite of the chicken enchilada or the shredded beef taco, and you will know why the place continues to be so popular. Prices are family friendly, both at lunch and dinner. Bring a hearty appetite because portions are generous. The place serves some of the best strawberry marqaritas in town; it's worth chipping in for a pitcher if you have a group. There is a full-service bar if you prefer another drink.
  • Trucker's Grille

    200 North McCarran Boulevard Sparks, NV 89431 United States - Phone: +1 775 359 0550
    Bring the kids. This local favorite is a fun, family-style restaurant. The food is made fresh, is always good, and the portions are plentiful. The decor is neat, clean and home-style. If you're really hungry, try the Regular Steak Dinner. The Trucker's Steak Dinner is a one-pound steak with all the trimmings. Soft drinks, juice, milk and coffee are served. There is no alcohol served anywhere in the casino or the restaurant.
  • Silver Peak Restaurant & Brewery

    124 Wonder Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 324 1864
    Serving more than handcrafted beer, this microbrewery also features Victorian stained glass doors, wood beams and a large stone fireplace. The lighting here is provided by sculptural wall sconces. The menu includes imaginative dishes like Shrimp and Artichoke Pizza, Grilled Lamb Sirloin, and a Pepper and Eggplant Sandwich. Smoked baby back ribs and an assortment of fresh fish including halibut, ahi and salmon round out the menu. The meals complement the rich ales brewed on the premises, like Red Roadster Ale, Midtown Brown or Peavine Porter. The wait staff will be happy to tell you how they came up with the names and how they're made. Banquet facilities for up to 50 people and a late-night menu for the theater crowd are also available.
  • PJ & Co. Restaurant & Saloon

    1590 South Wells Avenue Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 323 6366
    The saloon atmosphere here is casual and friendly. Customers sit on wooden barstools or bentwood chairs playing video poker or just watching sports on TV. Aside from the typical cocktail fare, it also has eight specialty beers on tap. The eatery opens early for breakfast. By 7:15am, you can chow down on your choice of Eggs Benedict, a Veggie Omelet or a Breakfast Burrito. Lunch features Charbroiled Burgers and an assortment of salads. Dinner takes you into Tex-Mex territory with chicken or beef fajitas or pork ribs. Patio dining is available during the summer.
  • Steakhouse Grill

    1100 Nugget Avenue Sparks, NV 89431 United States - Phone: +1 775 356 3300 x 3765
    A very comfortable feel is achieved with exposed brick and floral wall coverings along with cozy booths and warm lighting. The menu offers a diverse selection of steak, poultry, seafood and pasta. The Slow-Roasted Prime Rib is a popular choice and the Filet Mignon with port wine sauce is hard to beat. The dessert menu includes Strawberries Ascuaga and Baked Alaska. The wine list is thorough with prices in the moderate range; cocktails also available. This fine steak house is located in John Ascuaga's Nugget.
  • Bavarian World

    595 Valley Road Reno, NV 89512 United States - Phone: +1 775 323 7646
    This place has been around for decades. It is a bakery, delicatessen, gift shop and restaurant all under one roof. There are cuckoo clocks of all sizes, candy, ornaments, cards and clogs. Find freshly baked cheesecakes, cookies, cakes and tempting pastries here. The menu has some interesting selections including Veal Bratwurst and Munchner Schnitzel. If you are very hungry, try the Jagerschnitzel. There is a full-service bar serving wine and mixed drinks as well as beer.
  • Romano's Macaroni Grill

    5505 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 448 9994
    This restaurant is fairly new to the area and lots of fun. The waitpersons liven things up by breaking into song occasionally and the food is fantastic. The decor is cozy with warm wood accents. The place is popular and can get very noisy with the din of happy diners. Like lasagna? Try the Lasagna Bolognese. It's delicioso! Freshly baked in a wood-burning oven, this tasty dish will run you $9.79. You won't get thirsty. Besides soft drinks, tea, and coffee, there's a full-service bar. This is a family fun place. The wait during busy times may be a while...hang in there...it's worth it!
  • Cozy's Family Dining

    2258 Oddie Boulevard Sparks, NV 89431 United States - Phone: +1 775 359 8008
    This is a family-friendly place and you will feel right at home immediately. The decor and service are reminiscent of a 1950s neighborhood cafe. Breakfast, lunch and dinner menus will satisfy the biggest appetite; the portions are generous and the taste delicious. One of the lunchtime favorites is the Cozy's Steak Sandwich, a 12-ounce sirloin served on a French roll with lettuce, tomato and fries. Open daily; call for opening hours.
  • La Ferme

    2291 Main Street Genoa, NV 89411 United States - Phone: +1 775 783 1004
    This restaurant has won the "Best Place to take a Date", "Best Place to Eat a Steak" and "Best Place to Eat Dinner" awards in the Reno-Gazette Journal poll. The ambiance is one of a cozy French country farmhouse with pink tablecloths and lace curtains. Taste the Filet Mignon Biere Echalotte, tenderloin of beef in a shallot-beer sauce; c'est magnifique. If you prefer lighter fare, try the Coq au Vin, braised chicken in red wine with veggies and onions. A moderately priced wine selection and a full service bar are available.
  • Nugget

    233 North Virginia Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 323 0716
    If you are awful, awful hungry, then stop by here and try the famous Awful Awful Burger. It's a favorite Reno bargain consisting of a charbroiled half-pound burger atop a mound of seasoned fries. The restaurant is always crowded with counter-style seating. The hassle of parking downtown and sitting elbow-to-elbow with the other hungry patrons is quickly forgotten when your food arrives. You can order breakfast, lunch, or dinner any time of the day or night. The restaurant accepts cash only.
  • Buenos Grill

    3892 Mayberry Drive Reno, NV 89519 United States - Phone: +1 775 787 8226
    This Baja-style grill offers healthy and tasty Mexican food. Everything is made fresh daily, and the service is fast and very friendly. The owners offer a quick service setup, so all you do is order your meal at the counter, pick out a table, and wait a few minutes until your food is delivered to you piping hot. House specialties include Coconut Crunchy Prawns, seven prawns rolled in sweet coconut, fried and served with orange dipping sauce. Try the Del Mar Burrito, spice-rubbed fish with sour cream chili sauce. Muy Bueno! Domestic, imported and microbrews are offered, as well as wine and margaritas.
  • Zozo's

    3446 Lakeside Drive Reno, NV 89509 United States - Phone: +1 775 829 9449
    This is a charming Italian restaurant where there is no need to feel guilty about indulging yourself. Each sumptuous dish is either low in fat or can be prepared low in fat. The Veal Portofina with mushrooms and port wine is a bit of heaven. If you prefer fowl, try the Chicken Piccata. Only want a snack or drink? There are some tasty appetizers including calamari with lemon wedges and a full-service bar.
  • El Dorado Hotel & Casino

    345 North Virginia Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 786 5700
    Located in the Eldorado Hotel, this Parisian-style bistro has received the "Best Martini and Wine List" award presented by Casino Player Magazine, "Best Happy Hour" by Reno News and Review and the "DiRoNA Award of Excellence." The lounge offers live music and vocals starting at 4:30pm. The master chefs display their culinary expertise as you dine on succulent wood-roasted meats, poultry and fish. A handsome wine cellar offers more than 300 vintages in the moderate to expensive range; the bar features an incredible 102 martinis. Open daily from 5:30pm.
  • Pizza Plus

    519 East Prater Way Sparks, NV 89431 United States - Phone: +1 775 355 3399
    You can get a wide variety of fresh hot pizza, delicious golden-brown calzones, chicken fingers or wings and an array of appetizers to please even the heartiest of appetites. This local favorite for great pizza has a casual atmosphere with plenty of televisions around so you don't miss your favorite game. If you're really hungry, try the Honolulu Express pizza with Canadian bacon, pineapple, real bacon, tomatoes, red onions and bell pepper. Maybe you're feeding a hungry crowd watching a ball game? A bucket of wings just might hit the spot. A bucket contains four pounds of delicious wings deep fried to perfection and served with your choice of tangy sauces, steak cut fries, cheese bread, carrots, celery and dip.The staff is very friendly, and delivers the food to your table fast and piping hot; home delivery is available right up until closing time.
  • Marina Cafe

    815 Nichols Boulevard Sparks, NV 89434 United States - Phone: +1 775 331 1069
    Sit back and relax in a warm and peaceful garden setting at this local favorite coffee shop. You will be treated to delicious and filling meals that are not hard on your pocketbook. If you are extremely hungry, order the Terminator Burger. It is a whole pound of juicy ground beef, with all your favorite condiments, on a 10-ounce bun atop a heaping mound of fries for a more-than-reasonable price. The breakfast specials will get you on your way first thing in the morning. Call for opening hours.
  • Island Buffet

    2707 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 826 2121
    Dine in a luscious tropical atmosphere with waterfalls, tropical squalls and towering Banyan trees. Each of the four 26-foot high waterfalls becomes a magical projector screen with four special effects shows. Watch a deep-sea diver encounter a giant squid while sharks swim hungrily around your table. Your buffet choices include Asian, Southwestern, American and European entrees. A huge salad bar overflowing with the crispest lettuce, juiciest tomatoes and an array of vegetables and meats will help you to create the perfect salad.
  • John's Oyster Bar

    1100 Nugget Avenue Sparks, NV 89431 United States - Phone: +1 775 356 3300
    If you are a real seafood lover, you have found your home port at John Ascuaga's Nugget. Feel "shipshape" after you enjoy lunch or dinner in this restaurant with a nautical atmosphere. Try the Shrimp Pan Roast, a delicious stew overflowing with tender shrimp. The King Salmon Scampi is sauteed with garlic, artichoke buttons, garden fresh tomatoes, and served atop a bed of saffron rice. The wine list features selections in the moderate price range.
  • Gabe's Pub & Deli

    1100 Nugget Avenue Sparks, NV 89431 United States - Phone: +1 775 356 3300 x 3545
    Whether you want pizza by the slice or the whole pie, this will be your first stop. At this deli, located next to the sportsbook, you can get the finest quality without the wait. Try the Gabe's Special Hot Sandwich made with pastrami and corned beef piled high on a Jewish roll. There are lots of side items to choose from; that is, if you still have room left. Get your food, sit back and relax in one of the plush booths and watch a game in the sports bar while you enjoy your meal.
  • Restaurante Orozko

    1100 Nugget Avenue Sparks, NV 89431 United States - Phone: +1 775 356 3300 x 4232
    Enjoy a blend of French, Spanish, Italian and Mediterranean cuisine at this romantic dining place. John Ascuaga has created this fine restaurant to reflect his Basque heritage evident in the decor from northern Spain and the marvelous menu. Diners can view the chefs expertly preparing meals, including great entree selections like Oven Roasted Breast of Chicken stuffed with Portobello Mushrooms, and Veal Osso Bucco with seafood fettuccine. An extensive wine list features moderately-priced selections. 
  • Soochow Chinese Restaurant

    656 East Prater Way Sparks, NV 89431 United States - Phone: +1 775 359 5207
    You will find authentic Chinese cuisine with very generous portions at reasonable prices. The traditional Chinese decor is complete with lanterns and fans. The staff is very gracious and accommodating, making your dining experience pleasurable. All food is prepared without MSG and it includes all the Chinese-American favorites, from kung pao beef to crispy duck. There is an additional charge for delivery.
  • Las Trojes

    5272 Sparks Blvd Sparks, NV 89436 United States - Phone: +1 775 626 1990
    Traditional Mexican decor welcomes you at this cozy restaurant. You are greeted by a friendly hostess and promptly seated at a very comfortable table or booth. For an appetizer, the Chicken Quesadillas are delicious. The Tamale Combo is served with rice and beans. Several seafood dishes are also included on the menu. For a succulent Mexican dessert, the Sopapillas are flaky and tender, and the Deep Fried Ice Cream is rich and creamy.
  • Paisan's Old World Deli

    4826 Longley Lane Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 826 9444
    At this local deli, a little bit of Italy will be brought to your table with every meal. The Italian-style decor is cozy and informal, yet elegant. You can try the Grilled Garlic Chicken with Pesto on sourdough or Dutch crunch bread. The Valentino's Italian roast beef served with smoky cheddar cheese, roasted red peppers, and spicy relish is an excellent choice. Vegetarian sandwiches are also available, along with an array of salads and soups. The restaurant offers full catering services for all occasions.
  • Cafe Alfresco

    3800 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 825 4700
    Dine amidst the tropical flowers and towering palms at this open-air Italian restaurant located inside the Atlantis Hotel Casino. Enjoy a delicious meal while watching the casino action on the floor below. The Roasted Garlic and Chicken Pizza is an individual-sized pizza (though it could serve two people easily), smothered with delicately roasted garlic, the freshest cheese and chucks of marinated chicken. Also on the menu, you will find specialty salads, fresh pasta and sumptuous desserts. Cafe Alfresco opens daily at 11.30am.
  • Oyster Bar on the Sky Terrace

    3800 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 825 4700
    Spend an evening enjoying an exquisite meal while viewing the snow covered Sierras and the lights of downtown Reno. You will dine under market umbrellas on a skyway perched over Virginia Street at the Atlantis Hotel. Start off with a crab cocktail, a satisfying blend of fresh seafood and house sauce. The Pan Roast is a seafood stew simmered in the finest wines, creams, spices and cooked to perfection. It is served with freshly baked bread from their own bakery. Oyster Bay on the Sky Terrace opens daily at 11am.
  • Rotisserie Buffet

    1100 Nugget Ave Sparks, NV 89431 United States - Phone: +1 775 356 3300
    This is more than just a buffet, it is a dining experience. You will get the finest service of the best restaurant with the convenience and choices of a buffet. You will be dining in a European country decor, complete with white linen tablecloths, candles and crystal glasses. With 16 serving stations from which to choose, the possibilities are endless. It will be hard to decide which exquisite entree, crisp salad, or sumptuous dessert to select. Well, maybe just a small taste of everything won't hurt. Lunch is $9.99 and dinner runs $14.99. The Seafood Buffet on Friday and Saturday nights is a little more costly.
  • Hobey's Casino & Restaurant

    5195 Sun Valley Boulevard Sun Valley, NV 89433 United States - Phone: +1 775 673 0683
    At this fun and friendly casino you can try your luck at the slots or just drop by to eat at its fabulous coffee shop. The coffee shop offers daily specials and is open from 6am to 10pm every day. The food is tasty, the portions generous, and the price is right. This unique casino offers a second-chance drawing throughout the day for those of you who play slots. Every time you hit a jackpot, you are given a numbered ticket. If you have the winning number, you can earn an additional $25 to $500.
  • Mi Casa Too

    2205 West Fourth St Reno, NV 89503 United States - Phone: +1 775 323 6466
    You will find authentic Mexican food served in a true Mexican atmosphere complete with pinatas and mariachis. The portions are large and the quality is unsurpassed. For the hungry amigo, the combination platters served with rice and beans would be the way to go. The Carne Asada Taco Combo comes complete with two soft flour tortillas, strips of marinated sirloin steak with Pico De Gallo sauce and guacamole. For dessert, the creamy flan or rich fried ice cream makes it worthwhile to save a little room.
  • A & W Family Restaurant

    900 East Plumb Lane Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 825 8646
    This is one of those places where you can still grab a quick soda, burger and fries at a very reasonable price. A family pack of four Quarter Pound Deluxe Bacon Cheeseburgers, a basket of fries and a half gallon root beer is cheaply available.. Every Wednesday throughout the summer features "cruise night." Car fanatics, collectors and admirers converge in the parking lot from around 6pm to show off their prize possessions. This place is really buzzing during Hot August Nights.
  • Mandarin Garden

    5 C Street Virginia City, NV 89440 United States - Phone: +1 775 847 9288
    This is the only Chinese restaurant in Virginia City and the food is heavenly. The restaurant is housed at the top of a tall flight of stairs in a very old building. The ambiance is quite soothing with high ornate ceilings and pleasant, unobtrusive decor. The master chef is expert in the preparation of Szechuan-, Canton-, Hunan- and Peking-style dishes. Chow Mein, Chow Fun, Chop Suey, sizzling platters, Mu Shu Yu-shiang Shrimp, and Vegetables with Squid are just a few of the many entrees. If you like a spicy dish, try the Kung Pao Chicken. Beer, wine and soft drinks are available. Call for opening hours.
  • Fallen Leaf Buffet

    865 South Rock Boulevard Sparks, NV 89431 United States - Phone: +1 775 358 0116
    A large selection is what you will find at this international buffet featuring favorites like American, Italian, Mexican, Chinese, and a Mongolian barbecue. Choose from more than 200 different foods from all around the world. Watch the expert chefs as they prepare your food at two exhibition cooking stations. Enjoy a Mongolian barbecue prepared with the meat of your choice, or a sumptuous omelet cooked to order for breakfast or brunch. A vast array of desserts and baked goods await you, made fresh daily in Baldini's own bakery. Check the website for opening hours.
  • Claim Jumper Restaurant

    4905 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 829 0200
    This unique place is popular spot for tourists. Rustic artifacts and antiques from the 1880's grace the log and natural rock interior. The seating is comfortably arranged with a view of the large fireplace. The braised Red Ale Spare Ribs are probably the best you will ever eat for the price, and include an amazing selection of side dishes. If you have a tough time deciding, try the Ore Cart with chicken, beef and pork ribs. An extensive dessert menu is available, and a full-service bar will provide your favorite cocktail, wine or house microbrews.
  • Iron Skillet

    1950 Greg Street Sparks, NV 89431 United States - Phone: +1 775 355 8888
    This newly remodeled restaurant inside the Alamo Travel Center serves the tastiest food around. The southwest-style decor adds to the casual and relaxed atmosphere. It's a great place whether you're dining alone or with family and friends. The star of the breakfast menu has to be the Chicken Fried Steak and Eggs; a great way to start the day at $6.25. Super omelets of all varieties start at $5.25. For dinner, try the one-pound New York Steak with Sauteed Mushrooms at $14.95. A wide selection of soups, salads and desserts is available. There is a full-service bar for your favorite cocktail, beer and wine.
  • Pho 777 Vietnamese Restaurant

    201 East Second Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 323 7777
    The place is so small that you have to wait on the sidewalk for a table. Downtown businesspeople do not mind the wait, and neither will you once you have tasted the food. The menu remains the same from opening to closing. The servings are large, tasty and inexpensive. A popular pick is Pork and Flame-broiled Shrimp with vermicelli and vegetables. The Beef and Shrimp with vegetables and rice is a filling meal. Beverages include hot or iced green tea, lemonade and coffee.
  • Art Gecko's Southwest Grill

    500 North Sierra Street Reno, NV 89503 United States - Phone: +1 775 329 0711
    Giant mosaic geckos and other colorful artwork adorn the walls of the popular eatery in the Circus Circus. The aromas from the exhibition kitchen are sure to tease your appetite. The huge menu features poultry, seafood, beef and pork dishes. The Ultima Steak Burrito is made with succulent filet mignon spiced to perfection. Pan-Fried Halibut Pacifica served with tasty garlic pinto beans is another delicious choice. A full-service bar and a nice selection of Mexican beer is available. Call for Sunday opening hours. 
  • Manila Garden

    1255 Stardust Street Reno, NV 89503 United States - Phone: +1 775 746 2400
    It may take you a while to catch on to the taste at this restaurant, but once your taste buds have recognized the culinary delights, you will be hooked on for life. The food is mostly Asian and has an exotic flavor. It has a karaoke bar and resident entertainers who sing everything from Filipino to Spanish songs. Try the house favorites tokwa't baboy, pancit sotanghon, laing and beef caldereta. Call for opening hours.
  • Olive Garden

    4900 S Virginia Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 829 1500
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    1805 East Lincoln Way Sparks, NV 89434 United States - Phone: +1 775 358 2700
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    3645 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 827 5050
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Steak House at the Western Village Casino & Hotel

    815 Nichols Boulevard Sparks, NV 89434 United States - Phone: +1 775 353 4916
    This Steak House is one of the four restaurants at the Western Village Casino & Hotel and it serves delicious steak meals with excellent service and moderate prices. The informal atmosphere only adds to the cheer and gaiety of the place. Although the hotel is open 24 hrs a day the Steakhouse only serves dinner. After a fun day of poker and games, a dinner at the Steakhouse is the best way to unwind. Call for reservations and opening hours.
  • Peg's Glorified Ham & Eggs

    420 South Sierra Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 329 2600
    An all American breakfast sans the grease—could one have asked for more! Omelettes stuffed with hash browns, corn salsa and black beans topped with guacamole and served with bread is the house specialty. The staff extends a warm welcome and serves the food piping hot. The aroma of bacon, sausages and eggs that waft across to the dining area from the open kitchen helps to whet your appetite. To cut a long story short, one can try just about anything on the menu and be sure to be satisfied.
  • Mimi's Cafe

    5090 Kietzke Lane Reno, NV 89511 United States - Phone: +1 775 448 9882
    Wake up and smell the coffee at Mimi's Cafe along with some yummy eats too. Breaded chicken tender, fried calamari, chicken quesadillas, turkey ciabatta, pot roast sandwich, broiled salmon, chicken tostada salad, and more await patrons. And while you're at it, check the wine list. A decent selection of reds and whites feature on the menu. The family-friendly atmosphere assures a constant buzz, but no one's complaining.
  • Pub N' Sub

    1000 Ralston Street Reno, NV 89503 United States - Phone: +1 775 322 8540
    Situated in downtown at Ralston Street, Pub N' Sub has an authentic range of Sub's and Pizza's on offer. Cooked out of fresh ingredients the food served is of a high quality. Beer gardens have a wide range of beers to choose from. With the presence of pool tables and the dark atmosphere, it brings out a perfect college ambiance. So if you want to enjoy an evening out playing pool and relive your college days go ahead, don't expect a fancy dining experience.
  • Brick's Restaurant & Wine Bar

    1695 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 786 2277
    This restaurant offers the most authentic and exotic flavors in American cuisine. The wine list is extensive, which is what most diners here look out for. Continental dishes and juicy steaks are highest on the favorites list. Excellent quality food at reasonable prices. Menu features pasta dishes, steaks, shrimps and the extraordinary escargot. Reservations are recommended and provisions are also made for wheelchair users. Call for opening hours.
  • Blind Onion Pizza & Pub

    3605 Kings Row Reno, NV 89503 United States - Phone: +1 775 747 7744
    Located in downtown Reno, Blind Onions is a local pizza favorite. They specialize in a wide range of fresh hot pizzas and an array of beverages. To satiate a growling stomach, try the Chicken Caesar Salad, sprinkled with fresh Parmesan cheese and crispy Caesar toppings. So when you're fed up of cooking, just call up the branch nearest to you and they'll be right there with their supplies. 
  • Wild River Grille

    17 South Virginia, Suite 180 Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 284 7455
    Located along the Truckee River Walk, is Reno's casual dining restaurant. A member of the Riverwalk Merchants Association, it offers excellent seafood to go with its extensive wine list. Entrees include Plum Chipotle and smoked salmon, steaks and shrimps, Portabello meatloaf and other alternatives. Banquet facilities are available and reservations can also be made for private parties, functions and other gatherings. Open daily at 11am. 
  • Oceano

    2707 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 826 2121
    With a pleasant undersea environment, Oceano is a moderately priced seafood restaurant in downtown Reno. The aquatic décor gives the restaurant a feel of what one would expect while dining by the shore. Oceano's menu changes on a regular basis depending on the freshest available raw ingredients. Favorite items consist of shrimps, oysters and mesquite-grilled fish with a diverse selection of salads. Don't miss out on the casino and the wine bar.
  • Romanza Ristorante Italiano

    2707 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 689 7178
    Located in Reno's Peppermill Hotel Casino is the award winning Italian restaurant- Romanza Ristorante Italiano. This restaurant is dimly lit and has a classy romantic atmosphere. Once here, just get yourself relaxed and sink in to some of the mouthwatering wood-fired specials. While enjoying your food among nude Roman statues, you can also groove to the music playing in the background. And of course after all the food, drinks and entertainment, your experience at Romanzo's wouldn't be complete without tasting some sweet nothings from the list of desserts on hand. Reservations are recommended, arrive early and treat yourself to some early bird specials.
  • Carvings Buffet

    219 North Center Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 786 3232
    At Harrah's Reno “variety” is the key word in making the Carvings Buffet a success. Proving this fact are the seven food stations serving a combination of salads, seafoods and meats. The Salad Bar is a haven for the health conscious. Dig into a mix of tossed greens, fruit, New Zealand green mussels and juicy shrimps! Next in line is the Carving Station which is a meat lover's paradise and serves Kobe beef, freshly carved. You can also visit the Italian, Mexican, Asian and American stations. After you've done your rounds of these, visit the Confectioners Corner which is a perfect end to a perfect meal. Take your pick from the variety of freshly baked pies, cookies and other treats.
  • Harrah's Steak House

    219 North center Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 788 2929
    Do not miss a chance to experience the best of dining at the award-winning Steakhouse at Harrah's Reno. It prides in being the only fine dining restaurant in Reno to receive a AAA four-diamond rating for ten years in a row! It is sure to satisfy your craving or appetite for mouthwatering steaks. After a visit here you will know the reason as to why America flocks to this Steak House at Harrah's. The comprehensive menu and service lets you live life king size. Whatever cut you choose, you certainly will not be disappointed. Highly recommended is the Rack of Lamb and Steak Diane apart from the favorites from the broiler. Harrah's Steak House is open daily from 5p onwards.
  • Ichiban

    219 North Center Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 323 5550
    If you think entertainment is synonymous with the theater, then you need to pay a visit to Ichiban the restaurant serving traditional Japanese Cuisine at Harrah's Reno. Here, your table is the stage that showcases great performances from the chefs. Sit back and enjoy the artistry and showmanship of Teppanyaki. At this Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar you first feast with your eyes and then eat with your chopsticks. On your plate is a wonderful amalgamation of colors and textures. The skilled chefs creations include sizzling steak, lobster, shrimp, scallops, chicken and more. You can sample mouth watering delicacies at the the all-you-can-eat sushi and tempura bar. The house specialties in endless combinations offer a wide variety of choices.
  • Lucky Noodle Bar

    219 North Center Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 786 3232
    Grab your fork and chopsticks and head to enjoy the noodles at Lucky Noodle Bar in Harrah's Reno. Here, you get to enjoy Chef Tsang's steaming fresh Chinese noodles, served directly off the wok and into your bowl! The restaurant interiors are complete, with retro earth tones on the tiles and the furniture. Further beautifying the place, are the Asian style rice paper lights, that create a cozy atmosphere. The credit for the success of the restaurant goes to Harrah's talented Asian Chef Benny Tsang. Each dish is distinct from the other due to the unique seasonings from Chef Tsang's 18 mother sauces.
  • Moxie's Spirits & Dining

    4792 Caughlin Parkway Reno, NV 89519 United States - Phone: +1 775 826 2665
    Moxie's Spirits and Dining is a few miles outside downtown. Its panoramic view of the city serves as reason enough to get out of the casinos and see Reno from a different angle. In an upscale hill-top neighborhood, the restaurant has three areas: a bar, an indoor dining area, and a patio dining area. The patio is where the view is, but the tastefully decorated interior makes the indoor areas just as enjoyable. For an appetizer, try their steamers, and for your entrée, try Chicken Marsala or their blackened Salmon. Although the service is inconsistent, there are plenty of other reasons that make Moxie's a popular hangout place. Lunch and dinner are offered daily, and breakfast is offered only on weekends. – Hoiyin Ip
  • Charlie Palmer Steak

    2500 East 2nd St. Reno, NV 89595 United States - Phone: +1 866 458 7224
    This top-class restaurant was opened by restaurateur and celebrity chef Charlie Palmer, a chef famous for his contemporary American twists on classic French cuisine. The restaurant is an almost Nordic combination of blond wood and clean design lines, the perfect atmosphere in which to enjoy some of the restaurant's delicious creations. The steaks are all perfectly cooked and served with a variety of sides, perfect in their preparation and freshness; there is also a good selection of seafood and other entrees for non-steak lovers. Reservations are recommended.
  • Fuego

    170 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 322 1800
    The cozy interiors of Fuego in downtown Reno beckon the seekers of fresh Tapas to step in and enjoy a meal with a loved one. Dedicated to serving as authentic Tapas as possible, the owners understand the history of the dish, and try to preserve its value in the Spanish cuisine. Besides the delectable food, there are also Spanish wines, sherries, ports and well-mixed cocktails on offer. A perfect place for a romantic evening, Fuego also hosts live Flamenco music on Fridays, so do make sure to plan your evening accordingly. See the website or call to know more.
  • Briscola

    2500 East Second Street Reno, NV 89595 United States - Phone: +1 775 789 2587
    A fine dining Italian restaurant tucked in the Grand Sierra Resort, Briscola offers its guests a luxurious experience of Italian culinary arts. The venue owned by the Charlie Palmer Group which is famous for its excellence in dining is a popular place among the locals. Bite into soft and juicy Chef's Choice Pizza with toppings chosen by the chef, to experience the brilliance of the menu. The other dishes that stand out are the Antipasti platter- a fortuitous start to the meal, followed by Grilled Chicken Al Mattone and Sofia's Braised Veal Osso Bucco. The family pre-set meal is also a hit with its delightful choices set at an affordable price. Take advantage of the excellent service and cheerful wait-staff here.
  • Beaujolais Bistro

    753 Riverside Drive Reno, NV 89503 United States - Phone: +1 775 870 1990

    Beaujolais Bistro serves a delicious range of improvised French cuisine for discerning palates. The ambiance is warm and relaxed. Excellent service adds to the overall charm of the place. Some of the must-try items in the menu are Beef Bourguignon, Lamb Shoulder and Liberty Duck Breast. Check website for more information.

  • Duffy's Ale House

    250 Evans Avenue, Suite 202 Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 334 7094
    Duffy's Ale House is the premier restaurant in Reno's Freight House District entertainment complex. This restaurant specializes in craft beers and gourmet pizzas. This is the perfect spot for a meal before heading the Aces' baseball game right across the way.
  • Squeeze Inn

    5020 Las Brisas Boulevard Reno, NV 89523 United States - Phone: +1 775 787 2700
    Squeeze In is a beloved local restaurant open for breakfast and lunch every day. This spot takes special pride in its omelettes, claiming they are some of the best on the planet! See for yourself with a visit to this cozy kitchen hideaway.
  • Sushi Pier 1

    1290 East Plumb Lane Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 825 6776
    The original Sushi Pier restaurant was ranked best sushi in the Northern Nevada and Tahoe region seven years in a row. This is an all you can eat sushi restaurant, so make sure you come hungry. The service is fast and friendly and the food is delicious at this local favorite.
  • Sterling's Seafood Steakhouse

    407 North Virginia Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 800 687 8733(Toll Free) /+1 775 325 7573(Reservations)
    Sterling's Seafood Steakhouse is a restaurant located in Reno's Silver Legacy Resort and Casino. This steakhouse has earned a reputation for offering high quality steaks paired with award-winning service. The wine list is extensive and expertly curated.
  • La Famiglia

    170 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 324 1414
    La Famiglia is one of the most popular Italian restaurants in downtown Reno. La Famiglia is dedicated to presenting authentic Italian food in a comfortable, family-like atmosphere. The menu combines Old World classics with more modern innovations for a unique culinary experience.
  • Midtown Eats

    719 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 324 3287
    Midtown Eats is a trendy Reno eatery, catering to groups of friends and couples. The decor has a rustic vibe, with wooden tables and exposed brick walls and the menu is defined by sandwiches, salads, burgers and tacos. Signature cocktails include The Bee's Knees, a blend of lavender gin, honey syrup and lemon, and the cucumber smash.
  • Meadowood Mall

    5000 Meadowood Mall Circle Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 827 8451
    This great shopping place is light, airy and conveniently located near major casinos and the Reno/Sparks Convention Center. The mall is anchored by Macys and JC Penney, with more than 100 shops and a large selection of eateries. Plenty of parking is available, and the local bus system has a station on the South side of the mall. Whether you want to find a cool haven from the summer heat or need a special gift, this is Reno's best shopping.
  • Forever Yours

    701 East 4th Street Reno, NV 89512 United States - Phone: +1 775 786 6361
    One will find a myriad of gorgeous carousel horses on display in all of the classic shapes and colors. Cigar store Indian statues stand around and watch as you browse through the store. You will also see artistically styled furniture made from historic Thai ox-carts. All items are made from 100 percent hardwood and are of excellent quality. Browse to your heart's content. You will be sure to find plenty of one-of-a-kind gifts here.
  • Gifted Cowboy

    62 North C Street Virginia City, NV 89440 United States - Phone: +1 775 847 7008
    If you are a hot sauce aficionado this store provides the ultimate in shopping pleasure. Featured are tasty sauces from mild to some so hot that they will blow your head off. Varieties include Suicidal Sauce, Capital Punishment and Sudden Death. A Hot Sauce Waiver and Disclaimer Form must be signed before purchasing some of the hotter sauces. This protects the owner in cases of spontaneous combustion. Gift baskets can be purchased that are as uniquely named as the hot sauces. The Road Kill Basket seems to be a popular choice. Instant Cowboy Kits are also available here if the need arises.
  • Antique Collective

    400 Mill Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 322 3989
    Several dealers sell quality wares in this spacious shop. The selection includes primitives, books, silver, carnival glass and fine furniture. Unique jewelry items and western memorabilia can also be found here. Each seller has an eclectic collection of goodies. There is a hint of the decorator's touch in the store; it is very elegant, always neat and clean, and a real pleasure to browse. The antiques are skillfully displayed and the prices are reasonable. Call for opening hours.
  • Gamblers Bookstore

    4001 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 825 7778
    Everything you ever wanted to know about gaming and then some. This store has the most complete collection of how-to books in northern Nevada. You will find titles on every table and card game imaginable. Besides a vast compilation of reading materials, the store has table and hand-held games of all kinds, gaming videos, software and real slot machines for sale. Even if you don't have an interest in gambling, this is a fun place to browse and pick up a souvenir or two. Call for opening hours.
  • Mark Twain's Bookstore

    111 S C St Virginia City, NV 89440 United States - Phone: +1 775 847 0454
    This bookstore is located in one of the oldest buildings in town. The shelves are filled with books on cowboys, the early settlers, Native Americans and the gold and silver rush. Mark Twain fans are in for a real treat. A mannequin of the writer greets visitors by the potbelly stove in the Twain section. You will find just about every book written by Twain, as well as framed quotes, photos and bookmarks. There is a delightful children's section and a large collection of old photos of Virginia City. Call for opening hours.
  • Mayberry Landing Shopping Center

    3886 Mayberry Drive Reno, NV 89519 United States - Phone: +1 775 827 7600
    This local mall is a shopping oasis in the middle of the high desert. With more than 15 specialty shops from which to choose, you can meet all your needs with just one stop. At this quaint and unique shopping center you will be able to have a delightful lunch at Buenos Grill. Maybe pick up some wine at the Whispering Vine and get that floral centerpiece for your dinner table. Relax with a cappuccino at Walden's Coffee Company once you've had enough shopping. Call for opening hours.
  • Comstock Rock Shop

    20 C Street Virginia City, NV 89440 United States - Phone: +1 775 847 0383
    Some believe that precious and semi-precious stones carry special powers, and that by wearing quartz crystal, turquoise or amethyst you can tap into those powers and be stronger or healthier. That may or may not be true, but those stones can be purchased carved, as jewelry or in their natural, unimproved state at this store. Take home a wine rack carved from tiger's eye or a bracelet made from obsidian stones. If jewelry is more to your liking, you will be hard-pressed to choose from the collection available. In a way, each stone is a special gift from Mother Earth.
  • Antique Marketplace

    1301 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 348 6444
    This is a large shop and all 6,000-square-feet of it is filled with antiques, all exquisitely displayed. You will find African art, silver, vintage clothing, furniture, pottery, toys, textiles, Americana and more. Fine paintings and prints are available, as well as art glass, toys and linens. It also buys items and offers furniture consignment. You will need plenty of time to enjoy everything there is to see. Call for opening hours.
  • Reno Farmers Market

    California Avenue & Booth Street Reno, NV 89509 United States - Phone: +1 775 746 5024
    Come on down to this fun and unique farmers market, held during the summer months in Reno. More than 30 vendors set up booths and sell their wares. You will find an array of soaps, candles, fresh fruit and vegetables, cheese and fresh flowers. You can even watch bees make their honey in a glass hive right before your eyes. This is a great place to get everything you need for lunch or dinner with just one stop. The kids will also enjoy coming along. Individual vendors may accept credit cards.
  • Bowlers Depot

    2500 East Second Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 789 2000 / +1 800 501 2651(Toll Free)
    Maybe you have been searching for a urethane ball with a cool skull on it, or one that has an eye painted on the outside? This store, situated within the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino, has all styles and brands to suit just about anyone. Also featured is a wide array of shoes, bags and accessories to handle all your bowling needs. The knowledgeable and friendly staff will assist you in making your bowling purchase. After they get you all set up, bowl a few games at the 24-hour bowling Center to give the new stuff a try. Call for opening hours.
  • William Furs

    3370 Lakeside Court Reno, NV 89509 United States - Phone: +1 775 828 0995
    Customer service is the key word at this fine shop. Personal attention and an excellent inventory keep clients coming back year after year. Furs like you have never seen, including Russian sable, sheered beaver and muskrat, mink and fox are available here. Accessories available are fur hats, ear muffs, boas and stoles. Leather clothing for men and women comes in many, many colors. This shop also carries Gomez Rivas footwear and Marino Orlandi purses. Services for the care of your purchases, such as storage, cleaning and tailoring are available.
  • Attic

    538 West Plumb Lane Reno, NV 89509 United States - Phone: +1 775 337 8999
    Tara Hamilton opened this small shop to give the women in Reno an alternative shopping experience, besides the malls. The collection is not haute couture but definitely smart and sassy. New designers are encouraged to showcase their stuff. Accessories made from recycled clothing by two creative teenagers share shelf space with works of other innovative local women. If one is tired of big brand names, this attic might just feel like a breath of fresh air. Call for opening hours.
  • Foot Locker

    5120 Meadowood Mall Circle Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 826 8979
    At Foot Locker it's easy to find what you want. A huge range of sport shoes for adults and kids has made this place pretty popular. Also find shoulder pads, baseball bats, vinyl poms, duffel bags, gloves, and sports apparel in brands from Diadora to Umbro. The wares can also be purchased online; call for opening hours.
  • Hot Topic

    5000 Meadowood Mall Circle Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 448 9931
    Fans of grunge and punk would do well to visit this aptly named store for zany clothing and loads of accessories. Goth dresses, tees, tank tops, hot pants, swimwear, caps, postcards, shoes, books, and plenty others make Hot Topic rocking. Inspired by music, visit the website for details on concerts and other information.
  • Apple Store

    13925 S. Virginia Street Reno, NV 89511 United States - Phone: +1 775 333 5460
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Silver Fever

    1581 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 828 9535
    Silver and glass admirers strike it rich in this shop, which serves up handmade sterling silver jewelry and fine Italian Murano glass works. Other fine treats in store for shoppers include crystal Swarovski pieces as well as fragrances and cosmetics. Also, glass chandeliers and smaller decorative objects can be specially ordered. Closed on Thursdays and Sundays.
  • Southwest Reno

    Southwest of the Reno city center Reno, NV 89509 United States
    Although Reno has great entertainment throughout the city, head to southwest Reno for the best shopping. If you encounter bad weather on your trip and go inside Mayberry Landing Shopping Center or Meadowood Mall, you can find great shops all under one roof. However don't forget to find the unique stores outside of shopping centers, such as the Attic.
  • Legends at Sparks Marina

    1310 Scheels Drive Sparks, NV 89434 United States - Phone: +1 775 358 3800
    Legends at Sparks Marina has great entertainment facilities, restaurants, stores and factory outlets. Spend the day shopping at stores such as Ann Taylor Factory Store, Banana Republic Factory Store, Gamestop, Michael Kors and Tommy Hilfiger Company Store. The Dickinson Theaters and IMAX are also the perfect place to catch the latest movie.
  • The Summit Reno

    13925 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89511 United States - Phone: +1 775 853 7800
    Summit Reno is the perfect place to find the perfect pair of shoes or a unique outfit. There are a lot of great stores, including Old Navy, New York & Company, Coach and Guess. After a day of shopping, head to one of the many places to get a bite to eat, such as BJ's Brewhouse and KiiWe Yogurt. You can also catch the latest movie at the Century Theaters.
  • Victorian Square

    801 Victorian Avenue Sparks, NV 89431 United States - Phone: +1 775 353 2376
    Whether it is local culture that you want to experience in the form of cafe-bars, recreation, shopping and sport, or whether it is the numerous open-air concerts that catch your attention, Victorian Square is the place for it all. Summer time is best when one can relax by the bubbly fountain or do some street shopping. Friendly to pedestrians, this square is conveniently located in the downtown area of the city which is what makes it crowded at most times.
  • Scheels

    1200 Scheels Drive Sparks, NV 89434 United States - Phone: +1 775 331 2700
    Scheels is so much more than a sporting goods store. This massive store offers sports equipment for a variety of activities but it also boasts a heavy dose of fun. There are aquariums throughout the store filled with swimming fish and a ferris wheel, much to the delight of the children that decide to step inside.
  • Guitar Center

    6663 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89511 United States - Phone: +1 775 853 3961
    Walk into the Guitar Center store in Reno and one is bound to be impressed with the collection of musical instruments on offer. The store, which serves the music-loving people from the North Nevada communities, is a one-stop-solution for your needs in guitars, percussion set, amplifiers, speakers, etc. From branded instruments to the used and vintage finds, the store has it all. The store also offers online ordering and home delivery for your convenience. Apart from selling the musical instruments, the Guitar Center also hosts workshops and learning sessions under the guidance of experts.
  • Midtown Farmers Market

    1311 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 702 767 2122
    The Midtown Farmers Market in Reno offers a cornucopia of fresh produce, handmade arts and crafts and homemade treats. This farmers market is an excellent opportunity to support local vendors and find quality, organic foods in Reno.
  • D Bar M Western Store

    1020 East 4th Street Reno, NV 89512 United States - Phone: +1 775 329 9107
    D Bar M Western Store prides itself on being "where the cowboys shop." This store stocks clothing and gear for all of your wild west needs, from ranching to riding to roping. In addition to practicalities, D Bar M also offers fine jewelry and home decor. 
  • Junkee Clothing Exchange

    960 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 322 5865
    Junkee Clothing Exchange brings new life to previously owned items. This shop offers clothing, furniture, accessories and more for affordable prices. These recycled fashions are high quality and on trend. You can also sell clothing at Junkee's buying counter.
  • Grassroots Books

    660 East Grove Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 828 2665
    Grassroots Books is an independent bookstore in Reno that hosts cool events throughout the year and stocks a number of rare and local books. And the prices are accessible for everyone, with paperback books starting as low as $1.99.
  • Sundance Books and Music

    121 California Avenue Reno, NV 89509 United States - Phone: +1 775 786 1188
    Sundance Books and Music has been one of Northern Nevada's most treasured independent booksellers for more than 25 years. This shop is dedicated to supporting the local and contributing to the global communities. Sundance also hosts book signings and story times.
  • Hatuey Cigars

    1583 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 323 3301
    Hatuey Cigars is a family-run business with a cigar factory located in the Dominican Republic. The company is dedicated to preserving cigar traditions and culture and continues to use the same curing process that makes a Dominican cigar great.
  • Recycled Records

    822 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 826 4119
    Recycled Records is the place to find that rare album you've been searching for or perhaps your favorite record from your childhood. This shop specializes in rare and out-of-print records, tapes, CDs, DVDs and videos. The secondhand selection ensures a diverse array of items. There are also in-store events.
  • Big Horn Olive Oil Company

    3888 Mayberry Landing Reno, NV 89519 United States - Phone: +1 775 846 0057
    Big Horn Olive Oil Company offers a wide range olive oils and balsamic vinegars. This shop also has a tasting room for you to sample the products before you decide which bottle you'd like to bring home with you to kick your cooking into high gear.
  • The Niche -Clothing and Home Decor

    1300 East Plumb Lane Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 348 8661
    The Niche is a beloved boutique in Reno that stocks a stylish mix of trendy and comfortable clothing. This shop has everything you need to revamp your wardrobe in addition to accessories and home decor so your home can be as fashionable as you are.
  • Cabela's

    8650 Boomtown Garson Road Reno, NV 89439 United States - Phone: +1 800 237 4444(Toll Free)
    Cabela's is your destination for quality outdoors goods in Reno. This shop stocks everything you could need for a variety of outdoor activities, including hunting, fishing, boating and camping. Cabela's has a number of sales throughout the year to help you get the supplies you need for a price that's right.
  • Great Basin Brewing Company

    5525 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 284 7711
    This is a very popular watering hole with the honor of being voted "Best Microbrewery" in recent years. Some award-winning concoctions include Wild Horse Ale, Nevada Gold and Cerveza ChiliBeso, brewed with a hint of jalapeno. Dining choices include Salmon Tacos with fresh mango sauce and Brewery Fish and Chips fried in Wild Horse Ale batter. Live entertainment is provided every Friday and Saturday evening starting at 8pm. If the weather is pleasant, be sure to enjoy your evening on the outdoor patio. Great Basin Brewing Company opens at 11.30am everyday.
  • Stoney's

    71 South Wells Avenue Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 828 4107
    Stoney's in Reno is a one stop for all you could possibly need for a rocking evening. The bar here is very well stocked and the music is to die for. Stoney's also hosts an annual 'Raising Hell' event for those die hard rockers who just can't get enough. Plenty of local bands play here and bring down the house with their performances. So if you want to get in on the action head to Stoney's, you won't be disappointed.
  • Beach

    2500 East Second Street Reno, NV 89595 United States - Phone: +1 775 789 5369
    If you wish to rub shoulders with who's who in Reno you should probably head to Nikki Beach Reno at swanky Grand Sierra Resort and Casino. Events that range from concerts to wild parties are hosted at this poolside nightclub, and it's the perfect place to hang out with friends on balmy summer nights. Looking hot is the name of the game at this nocturnal hang-out; you might be lucky enough to spot your favorite celebrity dancing, or sipping cocktails in the VIP area.
  • The Underground

    555 East 4th Street Reno, NV 89512 United States - Phone: +1 775 786 2582
    The Underground in Reno is a 4000 square foot showroom with a large hardwood dance floor. The stage is huge and the lighting and sound give Underground an at-home atmosphere. The lounge is replete with old time bar scenery and loads of local artwork. The outdoor patio seating is charming and lends a dreamlike effect to the club.
  • Shooters Saloon

    434 North Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 329 9646
    When you want to have a good time—Shooters Saloon is the place to be. This bar/nightclub is very famous for having the fastest service and a very friendly staff. Come to Shooters Saloon with a bunch of your closest friends and have a blast! Snack on some finger food, drink and groove to the beat of the music. Shooters Saloon is a popular hang out spot for locals and tourists alike. And if you're feeling dangerous, try a spin or two with the hula-hoop contest or listen to your favorite song on the jukebox.
  • Bliss Nightclub

    535 East 4th Street Reno, NV 89512 United States - Phone: +1 775 348 2547
    Aptly named, Bliss Nightclub promises to take party animals to a completely different high with the upbeat music and drinks. Expect nothing but the best in house at this vibrant venue with some of the topmost DJs spinning the latest chart busters to keep you grooving all night. For those just looking for a spot to chat over drinks, the VIP room makes a good place to simply sit back with premium blends and spend the night away. Bliss Nightclub opens at 9pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays and at 9.30pm on Fridays and Saturdays.
  • Rum Bullions Island Bar

    407 North Virginia Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 800 687 8733(Toll Free) /+1 775 325 7401
    The colorful and tastefully designed interiors of the Rum Bullions Island Bar beckons lovers of rum to partake in the exotic offerings at this bar. Located inside the Silver Legacy Resort Casino in downtown Reno, this rum bar prides itself on being the only such establishment in all of Reno. Visitors to this bar will find such scintillating cocktails, like Jamaica Me Crazy, Rum Runner, Black Magic Zombie, and their famous flaming Kava Kava, all well-prepared by dedicated bartenders and served by attentive servers. Besides the thrilling drinks, the Rum Bullions Island Bar also has theme nights and other events organized each night of the week, so it is not just the rum that one can find appeasing. See the website to know more.
  • Shea's Tavern

    715 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 786 4774
    When it comes to providing entertainment and a vibrant ambiance, nothing comes close to Shea's Tavern. Open till dawn on all days of the week, this hardcore, family-owned music venue is a happening hot-spot in the city. Mainly visited by locals, the bar never ceases to charm you with its homely decor and the friendly vibe. As far as entertainment is concerned, the venue has been host to some of the most amazing performances of well-known artists and bands in the past. It also has a full-bar menu where you get to choose from an array of beverages and mixes churned out by the bartenders. A perfect place to hangout with a group of friends, walk in here for a great time.
  • 1 Up

    214 W Commerical Row Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 329 9444
    1 Up is a unique nightclub in Reno with a little something for everyone. It offers the standard bar, dance floor and DJ's, but this spot also hosts a variety of old and new school arcade games, and foosball and air hockey tables. There are daily and nightly drink specials for patrons of this unique and happening nightlife destination.
  • Aura Ultra Lounge

    407 North Virginia Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 233 6783
    Aura Ultra Lounge is the dance club located in Reno's Silver Legacy. This lounge attracts a diverse crowd, accommodating to the young and the young at heart. The music is a mix of pop, hip hop and more and there are tables and couches along the dance floor for when you need a little break from cutting a rug.
  • Wet Ultra Lounge & Party Pit

    2500 East 2nd Street Reno, NV 89595 United States - Phone: +1 775 622 5751
    Wet Ultra Lounge & Party Pit blends the feel of a modern club with an intimate lounge. There is a dance floor in the center of the club and there is frequently live entertainment. This club offers lounge-seating for small, private parties.
  • 250 Lounge

    250 Evans Avenue, Suite 203 Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 334 7093
    250 Lounge is located in the Freight House District, a trendy neighborhood complex adjacent to the ballpark where the Reno Aces play. This club is perfect for late night entertainment and offers a mix of DJs and live entertainment.
  • Cadillac Lounge

    1114 East 4th Street Reno, NV 89512-3506 United States - Phone: +1 775 324 7827
    The Cadillac Lounge is a gay bar that welcomes a wide range of guests. The bar features a patio, a jukebox and a pool table and there are karaoke nights during the week for you to watch. Or you can always perform if you're feeling brave!
  • Sports West Athletic Club

    1575 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 348 6666
    This is Reno's largest and most professional athletic club. If you want to get in shape or just stay in shape, this 35,000 square foot facility is your place. Maybe you are looking for a friendly game of racquetball; there are four courts from which to choose. If you need a little incentive to get that blood pumping, try the group exercise classes. The staff is friendly, and will help you meet your personal goal. They offer weight loss and fitness programs, tanning, yoga, kickboxing, cycling classes, boxing and basketball. Childcare is available.
  • Alf Sorensen Community Center

    1400 Baring Boulevard Sparks, NV 89434 United States - Phone: +1 775 353 2385
    At this community center you will be able to enjoy all the equipment that the best fitness facilities have to offer, without the annoying monthly dues. You can treat yourself to water aerobics or just splash around and have fun in the large indoor heated pool. Play a friendly game of basketball on the indoor courts, or work out with free weights and cardiovascular machines in the gymnasium. Closed on Sundays.
  • St. Anthony's Greek Orthodox Church

    4795 Lakeside Drive Reno, NV 89509 United States - Phone: +1 775 825 5365
    Praised by many for its unconventional, ski-lodge like appearance, St. Anthony's Greek Orthodox Church is a veritable haven for local Greeks. A quaint little church that holds regular sermons and services for one and all, you can attend a regular bevy of traditional events here. The Cladianos Center can hold a crowd of 250 and can be used to host weddings, private functions and events. Learn more about the Hellenic culture and rituals at the Daughters of Penelope congregation or tune in to the functioning of Ahepa that promotes and supports youth education. The Philoptochos is engaged in active community service and caters to the needs of the destitute, the orphaned and the underprivileged among others. The icing on the cake is definitely their annual Greek Festival that honors and uphols Greek culture, customs, traditions and food. Check website for more details.
  • Northern Nevada Medical Center

    2373 East Prater Way Sparks, NV 89434 United States - Phone: +1 775 331 7000
    This Sparks medical facility offers a 15-minute emergency room guarantee for the shortest waiting time possible. The highly trained staff specializes in the rapid treatment of acute strokes and heart attacks. For diagnosis and treatment, the hospital also has a Chest Pain Center. A comprehensive Rehabilitation Unit is available for care following joint replacement or orthopedic trauma.
  • St. Mary's Health Network

    235 West Sixth St Reno, NV 89503 United States - Phone: +1 775 770 7100
    Located in the downtown area of Reno, this facility offers a 24-hour emergency room and a host of patient services. Comprehensive care for cancer patients is available in the Oncology Unit on either an inpatient or outpatient basis. Communication, physical, and occupational therapy programs are an integral part of this medical center.
  • Renown Health

    77 Pringle Way Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 982 4100
    This facility features a 24-hour Level II Trauma Unit for both adult and pediatric needs. An interesting service offered is Pet Therapy K-9 Kare providing therapeutic benefits to the patients and their families. The medical center is affiliated with the University of Nevada School of Medicine and has been a teaching hospital since 1972.
  • Lawlor Events Center

    1664 North Virginia Street Reno, NV 89503 United States - Phone: +1 775 784 4444
    Home to the Wolf Pack, this event center hosts collegiate basketball games, concerts with rock stars like Incubus and trade shows for Bass fishing enthusiasts. It's a 12,000 seat multi-purpose facility; check the website for details of upcoming events.
  • National Bowling Stadium

    300 North centrer Street Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 334 2600
    The only one of it's kind in the world, this is a national bowling stadium, and it's in Reno, Nevada. The place houses bowling lanes with scoreboards using the latest in technology. Weddings and meetings can be held here and many people choose to do so because of the uniqueness attached to the site. The bronze statue up front is a hit with the camera-happy families. The building houses a movie theater which boasts of having the largest screen in the world. It can be reached with the glass elevators which further enhance the appeal this stadium has.
  • Apple Store

    13925 S. Virginia Street Reno, NV 89511 United States - Phone: +1 775 333 5460
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Whittlesea Checker Taxi

    100 Sunshine Lane Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 322 2222
    Whittlesea Checker Taxi operates in Reno and its neighboring areas. With a strong fleet of 80 cars, it offers a fast and comfortable choice to the people. Even if you arrive at the airport and can't find a taxi, just call them and they will be there in a few minutes. Whittlesea Checker Taxi's popularity as a prompt and punctual service has continued to grow.
  • Downtown Reno Ballroom

    407 North Virginia Street Reno, NV 89503 United States - Phone: +1 775 325 7401
    The Downtown Reno Ballroom offers 32,655 square feet of sheer luxury in a downtown setting. It can accommodate 1900 guests for a dinner, and up to 2900 in a general arrangement. The ballroom is column-free and can be divided into six smaller meeting rooms to create the perfect sized room for the purpose of any event. Reno ballroom is fully equipped with heating, air-conditioning, internet and audio-visual support. The staff is also very courteous and committed towards making your evening a successful one.
  • Summit Pavillion

    2500 East Second Street Reno, NV 89595 United States - Phone: +1 775 789 2000
    The Summit Pavilion at The Grand Sierra Resort & Casino is a real treat to be in or host an event in. The Pavilion has a 2900 square foot entryway leading to 45300 square feet of sheer elegance. The stunning room has a 25 foot high ceiling and sprawling floor space. It can seat 4000 guests. The Pavilion can also be used as an exhibition venue and can take up to 261 to 300 booths. Check website to find out more.
  • Grand Ballroom at Grand Sierra Resort & Casino

    2500 East Second Street Reno, NV 89595 United States - Phone: +1 775 789 2000
    If there is a grand occasion to be celebrated, then it calls for a grand venue too and what can be greater than The Grand Ballroom at Grand Sierra Resort and Casino! It is spread over a large area, which is approximately 40,500 square feet. The ballroom can accommodate up to 2,900 guests at a time. You can also avail of stage and dance floors upon request. All in all, it is a wonderful place with good decor and better food.
  • Mackay Stadium

    1664 North Virginia Street Reno, NV 89557 United States - Phone: +1 775 784 4700
    Mackay Stadium built in 1965 is located in the University of Nevada and is home to the Nevada Wolf Pack. After the renovations, this small space that had 7,500 seating capacity has now blossomed into a full fledged stadium and can accomodate nearly 29,993 spectators. This stadium has witnessed many Wolf Pack successes and triumphs. Truly, Mackay Stadium is an inherent part of the university.
  • Reno

    Reno Reno, NV 89501 United States - Phone: +1 775 334 4636 / +1 775 334 3124
    The former gaming destination of the US, Reno had once attracted all the rich and famous until Las Vegas became what it is. However, Reno still carries the charm and continues to have a happening nightlife. A place to chill year round, the city offers many activities through the day and fun by the night. Great place to spurge your money and receive the best bets too.
  • Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center

    1350 North Wells Avenue Reno, NV 89512 United States - Phone: +1 775 827 7620
    Technologically advanced, the Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center is among the most popular multi-purpose venue for a number of livestock events, corporate and cultural events. This spacious venue is complete with superior facilities that promise to make every event a raging success. The center features an exhibition centre where national and international art shows are held. There is also a Ballroom as well as a meeting room which have been great venues for a number of events.  Parking is available and so is catering.
  • D'Andrea Golf Club

    2900 South D'Andrea Parkway Sparks, NV 89434 United States - Phone: +1 775 331 6363
    Designed by the distinguished architect Keith Foster, the D'Andrea Golf Club consists of miles of undulating greens that can challenge even the most proficient golf player. Spreading across curvy foothills, desert canyons and flat lands, a visit here can never be only about golf; there is so much more. And after your game, relax at the clubhouse which is stocked with the choicest drinks and tidbits. Check website for more details.
  • Shadow Mountain Sports Complex

    3300 Sparks Boulevard Sparks, NV 89434 United States - Phone: +1 775 353 2376
  • RC Willey

    1201 Steamboat Parkway Reno, NV 89521-6240 United States - Phone: +1 775 337 4600
  • Nothing To It! Culinary Center

    225 Crummer Lane Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 826 2628
    Serving the culinary community since 1995, Nothing To It! Culinary Center, as its name suggests, aims at making gourmet cooking simple and hassle-free. With a range of courses designed to handle specific aspects of being a cook, this culinary center is a great place to start, or further hone, one’s cooking skills. Among the series of courses available, the center has classes that are tailor-made for children, so they will also find something interesting to do during the summer vacation. Besides the classes, the center also has a kitchen store, selling gourmet food items, and a gourmet deli serving delectable food, and which is offers catering services. See the website or call for more information.
  • Reno-Sparks Convention Center

    4590 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89502 United States - Phone: +1 775 827 7620
    The Reno-Sparks Convention Center is located right opposite the Reno-Sparks Convention & Visitors Authority, and is managed by the same. This convention center enjoys a prime location, just a few miles from the Reno-Tahoe International Airport, and within feet of several hotels. Also, it enjoy being connected to the Atlantis Casino Resort via a skybridge, thus increasing its convenience for visitors. The facilities at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center come appointed with state-of-the-art technology, and are available at a modest rental fee, making the center a very prominent event venue in the region. The facilities at the convention center include five exhibit halls with a total area of 381,000 square feet (35,400 square meters), and the Mount Rose Ballroom with an area of 30,000 square feet (2,800 square meters).
  • Sage Hill Clay Sports Club

    7370 Desert Way Reno, NV 89521 United States - Phone: +1 775 851 1123
    The Sage Hill Clay Sports Club lies spread over a facility of 7,500 square feet (696.7 square meters), in the southeastern part of Reno. Specializing in shotgun sports, the facility comprises 30 trap fields, 7 skeet fields, 6 lighted fields, 1 five-stand field, and 25 sporting clay stations. One of the appreciative qualities about this club, is that it welcomes non-members to enjoy some of the facilities, though if you are a member, you get discounted rates. There is also a pro-shop on the premises, which sells major brands of shotguns, including Beretta and Remington, and also sells shooting gear and apparel. The clubhouse boasts a full-service bar and can also accommodate the needs of a private event. See the website for information on membership or upcoming events.