18 South C Street Virginia City, NV 89440 +1 775 847 0789
At this historic saloon you will find an old Faro table that was nicknamed "The Famous Suicide Table" because two consecutive players lost everything they owned and then committed suicide. Though you cannot play this particular game, the saloon has plenty of slot machines available for you to try your luck; or, just belly up to the bar and enjoy a drink. While you are in the saloon, be sure to notice the original floors from the 1800s.
A party-hearty atmosphere fills this favorite local sports bar. Serving contemporary American cuisine, this fun place offers a wide variety of tasty appetizers, juicy burgers and scrumptious sandwiches. Try the Bully Burger served with your choice of potato or the house specialty, a sizzling plate of hot wings for only. Enjoy your favorite domestic beer or glass of house wine. With a television facing you at every turn, you won't miss your favorite sporting event.
Locals love this place. There are lots of slots, even penny slots, and the pit where you can play blackjack with some of the nicest dealers in town. The decor is simply spectacular with shades of purple, green and aqua. When you get thirsty, there are four bars and several cocktail servers throughout the casino. If you are hungry, there are three restaurants and casual snack bar. This is a casino that never closes, but the restaurants and snack bar have set hours depending on the season. Parking here is never a problem; it has acres of space for autos and recreational vehicles.
865 South Rock Boulevard Sparks, NV 89431 +1 775 358 0116
This extremely active players paradise is just the ticket for those who love sports and love to gamble. Round-the-clock betting action includes more than 700 video poker and slot machines, blackjack, 25-cent craps and a comfortable race and sportsbook. Televisions are located everywhere in the gaming area so you can see all the games. The 24-hour Turf Club offers a one-pound T-Bone Steak and the Triple Crown Buffet will satisfy the biggest appetite, from 7am-10pm daily.
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.
434 North Virginia Street Reno, NV 89501 +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.
Vixen's Bar and Nightclub has over 36,000 square feet of concert space and is host to many world-class bands and DJs. If its your lucky day, you might just be the recipient of a on the house drink. The bar has a pool area, indoor bar but it is not close to the playing band, so you might have to dash between breaks to grab your drinks. There are offers on beers and other beverages. Cover charges are applicable as per the day of the week.
This casino is a paradise for the working person. Don't be afraid to "come as you are" after you get off the job; casual fun is the name of the game here. You will find all the gambling action you need with plenty of slots and table games. Live entertainment is also featured in the gaming area on most evenings. The restaurant in the casino is not fancy but offers massive amounts of food at exceptionally reasonable prices. The menu is extensive and the food is well-prepared and tasty. This place is an all-around good bet.
Sit back and relax in comfort as you watch your favorite first-run movie in this state-of-the-art multiplex theater. Each climate-controlled auditorium features stadium seating with very comfortable high-back chairs, movable arm rests and seats that convert to love seats. The films are shown on a wall-to-wall screen with digital sound format. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call or see their website.
6795 South Virginia Street Reno, NV 89511 +1 775 853 1005/+1 775 853 1009/+1 775 853 1211
Vivoli Cafe & Trattoria is a cozy venue to enjoy a comfortable Italian meal. The menu showcases classic dishes like Fettuccine Alfredo con Pollo, Agnolotti di Aragosta and Branzino con Capperi e Limone that are marvellous. There are pizzas too which are equally brilliant. A good hang out place for the locals, it assures a good time and plenty of great memories. The staff is welcoming and takes good care of the diners. The service though a bit slow, is efficient. Peruse through their wine list for several good drinks. The prix-fixe meals are also worth the price.
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favorite first run movie in this state of the art multiplex theater. Each climate controlled auditorium features stadium seating with very comfortable high back chairs, movable arm rests and ...