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Reno, NV


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Grand Sierra Resort & Casino
2500 E 2nd St Reno, NV

(800) 501-2651

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What are some things to do in Reno?

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Peppermill Resort Spa Casino
2707 S Virginia St Reno, NV

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Where should I eat in Reno?

Here are some places to eat in Reno.

Sands Regency Casino Hotel
345 North Arlington Avenue Reno, NV

(775) 348-2200
Truckee Bagel Company
18130 Wedge Pkwy Reno, NV

(775) 200-0366

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What are the closest airports to Reno?

If you're flying into Reno, you would usually fly into Reno-Tahoe International Airport.

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Insider tips about Reno

Here's what Trippy members say about Reno:

"Cheapest Casino to eat in is in downtown Reno at the Cal Neva Club. It's always packed, the restaurant service can be slow, but where else in town can you get Prime Rib and french fries for 6 bucks? The parking garage is free. Another cheap place to eat fairly good Chinese food is the Hong Kong Restaurant south of town in a shopping center across the street from the Atlantis Casino. It's a little hole-in-the-wall restaurant serving on styrofoam containers, but you can get a late meal at 2:00 a.m. and the food is good. Another good place is the Golden Flower, located across the street from the west side entrance of the Circus Circus Hotel Casino. Chinese and Thai and good. They stay open until 3:00 a.m. If Buffets are what you like, the three intercomnected casinos Circus Circus, the Silver Legacy, and the El Dorado, shy away from the Circus Circus. The hours of operation are terrible. Silver Legacy and El Dorado are okay. For the best quality of food but with a limited selection, the Harrahs Casino has the best quality of food. Even the steaks are tender in that buffet. I found the worse buffet in the area to be at the Nugget in Sparks at the Rotisserie Buffet. Nothing was hot. Only warm and almost tasteless. The service was poor and slow. It's like your being there was an after though for the staff to wait on you. I'll admit that It's been a couple of years since we ate there. Maybe they've improved? Once was enough for me."

"If you are coming to Reno, don't miss the side trip to Virginia City; it's only a 45 min. trip, and not to be missed!"

"Like to gamble AND save money?? Baldinis is a cool casino. Smaller than The Row (silver legacy, el dorado and circus circus) but big enough and lots of games. Also, they have amazing prices on food. Example: burger basket (fresh grilled burger with fries/ potato salad for less than $5!"  -Jessica

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