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Boomtown Reno Celebrates 50 Years

Boomtown Casino Hotel celebrates its 50th birthday in April and showcases a multi-million dollar casino remodel while reflecting upon the history that started as a small café on I-80.

Get excited for new twists to the famous “All-You-Can-Eat” Lobster Buffet, the new Bistro 2100, Market Fresh Deli, Baja Mexican and Peet’s Coffee. Plus, additional features will be debuted, including:

  • New Guitar Bar: Featuring live entertainment every night
  • New Carpet: In the 40,000 square-foot casino
  • New Slots: Featuring a variety of your favorite games
  • New VIP Area: Featuring new machines and private bathrooms
  • New Arcade Games: In the Fun Center, a kid & family friendly zone
  • New Sports Book: Wall-to-wall TVs with improved soft and comfortable seating

“This is a fun and friendly casino,” said Boomtown Chief Executive Officer Dean DiLullo. “The improvements we have made to the property are exciting; however, they are not as important as the fabulous guest service our team provides each and every day at Boomtown.”

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SILVER LEGACY IS TEEMING WITH CHANGES AND UPGRADES TAKING THE BEST OF WHAT’S HERE AND ADDING TO IT!

The experience at Silver Legacy has always been outstanding and it just keeps getting better! Start the New Year exploring old favorites and new additions at Silver Legacy Resort Casino…we have invested upwards of six million dollars on additions, upgrades, renovations and improvements, all for our guests’ pleasure and enjoyment!

There are exciting food additions, new for 2013, that include Starbucks® on the main casino floor for your caffeine fix by mid-March and Hussong’s Cantina-Taqueria®, opening mid-April. Hussong’s brings the flavor of the oldest bar in Mexico to Reno, birthplace of the first Margarita, along with unbelievably delicious Baja food. Silver Legacy has taken the best of what is currently here and is making it even better. Café Sedona is going through a complete remodel, with an updated look, expanded food items and even a new name..stay tuned! The Oyster Bar & Grille is shakin’ it up, moving its location and diversifying with great grilled items in addition to the sought after Pan Roasts, Cioppino and crab cakes. Flavors! the Buffet offers a cornucopia of taste sensations and, with our new Executive Chef and fantastic Star Rewards cardholder specials; it’s a great value!

Additionally, in 2012, we rolled out these exciting changes! We took our nightlife up a notch, starting with Aura Ultra Lounge, featuring the hottest beats along with distinctive cocktails, premium liquors and attentive bottle service. Along with the new enlarged VIP area, it makes your night out even more special!  And the ever-popular Rum Bullions Island Bar has the coolest upgraded back patio and new sound system with something going on every night of the week! And speaking of another first, Silver Legacy has added the only Blender Bar in Reno offering interesting frozen and specialty drinks, some in sizes up to 100 ounces! Enjoy the 50 new high definition flat screen TV’s positioned in and around the casino for your viewing pleasure. And when returning to your well appointed room, experience Beyond TV, an updated and intuitive new in-room program designed to assist in familiarizing guests to all that Silver Legacy has to offer.

What’ else has been renovated, expanded and upgraded in 2012? Silver Legacy’s retail has always been diverse and elegant… designer fashions, accessories, special gifts and a little of everything all under one roof. Tradewinds Casualwear is enlarged and provides a one-stop shop for men, which includes everything from shirts to shoes to accessories by famous makers like Tommy Bahama, Lacoste, Tom’s Shoes and Polo Golf and more. Offering stylish and unique jewelry without breaking the bank is the new Reflections; handcrafted jewelry lines offering distinct looks, located on the Mezzanine level. What’s coming to Silver Legacy by way of retail? B-Iconic..accessories with stand out style and affordable prices. And following the retail therapy, stop off at the Health Spa! The women’s spa boasts a “Zen-like” redesign in warm, earth tones for relaxation and rejuvenation featuring all things restorative like Therapeutic Aromatherapy wraps, deep muscle massage and more!

All told, Silver Legacy has spent millions to freshen up as well as introduce new, exciting additions to the well-rounded offerings.  Silver Legacy is committed to our guests and our community, as demonstrated by our recent capital improvements. Find out more information about Silver Legacy by calling 800-MUST-SEE (687-8733)

7 Reasons to be Thankful for Spending Thanksgiving Weekend in Reno Tahoe

There are a lot of reasons to be thankful this Thanksgiving. In addition to our loving fans and family, we have 7 more reasons Reno Tahoe is the place to spend your Thanksgiving holiday.

1. We encourage you to step away from the roaster

Relax. Let us take care of Thanksgiving this year, we’ll even do all of your dishes – said no one ever …said our culinary experts!!

2. Lake Tahoe Ski Resorts are OPEN

Snow dumped the mountains allowing ski resorts to open early, then the storm cleared out for a blue sky Thanksgiving weekend… Mother Nature, we thank you!

3. Party Thanksgiving Eve at BuBinga

NYE has some friendly competition. Before the family dysfunction and food-induced coma, burn off that extra helping stuffing and gravy by dancing the night away at BuBinga Lounge. Feast on $3 drink specials – like pumpkin pie shots, Wild Turkey and Coors Lights.

2532052910_2c5b882c6c4. It’s Opening Weekend of Rink on the River

There is nothing like introducing the holidays with a few laps around the ice rink, hot cocoa in hand, and taking in the sights of Reno’s downtown Christmas tree glistening next to the Truckee River.

5. Time for the annual Scheels Turkey Trot

Trot away extra calories with friends and family, and give thanks to good health Thanksgiving morning at the Sparks Marina.

6. There is a wide variety of entertainment lined up

What do Rodney Carrington, Alice Cooper and The Commodores have in common? Not much, aside from they are famous and performing in Reno Tahoe Thanksgiving weekend!

7. Hotel deals!

Stay and ski packages, 3rd night FREE, our hotels want you to sleep comfortably this holiday season.

NEW RENO TAHOE USA APP COMES WITH INTRINSIC BENEFITS

Plan and experience all that Reno Tahoe USA has to offer. From event listings to coupons, snow reports to golf information, this application has everything you will need to make the best out of your trip. If you are already in town, simply turn on the location service and only see things that are within walking distance.

Here is what you can do with the Reno Tahoe USA application:

  • Search and view all of the amazing events happening now and in the future
  • Browse our complete hotel database and find the perfect place to stay
  • Find a restaurant that matches your mood
  • Explore all of the shopping available in Reno and Lake Tahoe
  • View coupons from many of our great partners – For you golfers, the app displays everything you need to pick a course, including yardage, par, cost and much more
  • And for the skiers, boarders and snow lovers, the app has everything you need to pick the perfect resort including pricing, lift status and more

Reno Tahoe USA APP

“There are so many choices for entertainment, special events, outdoor adventure and relaxation in Reno, Sparks and North Lake Tahoe that it can be difficult for visitors to narrow down their options before they get here,” said RSCVA President and CEO Christopher Baum. “More and more visitors are relying on mobile technology to point them in the right direction for information on their passions at any given moment, and the new Reno Tahoe USA app provides visitors with more information, and more control, of their overall travel experience.”

The Reno Tahoe USA app provides potential visitors with information on which hotels may be best suited to their needs; what concerts, events and entertainment will be offered during their visit; where they can get outdoors to enjoy the fresh air, ski resorts and golf courses; as well as where they might find a great restaurant, a world-class spa or unique shopping throughout the destination. Once visitors are here, the app uses their location to help them find activities of interest within walking distance. The app also provides easy access to a variety of coupons, deals and discounts offered by dozens of local businesses.

In support of the popular “buy local” campaigns being launched in destinations across the country, the RSCVA worked with Reno-based KPS3 Marketing to develop the Reno Tahoe USA app, which it designed to maximize, and to simplify, the number of options presented to visitors.

“Travelers have come to depend on their phone for guidance in new destinations,” said KPS3 Vice President of Creative and Technical Services Rob Gaedtke. “This application puts visitors in control of that experience and allows the RSCVA to share the myriad offerings found in the Reno Tahoe area.”

The RSCVA and its partners are also making the new Reno Tahoe USA app more than just a source of information. One new user of the Reno Tahoe USA app will be given a three-day, two-night stay, at their choice of the Eldorado Hotel Casino or Silver Legacy Resort Casino, each month through October 2013.

The Reno Tahoe USA app can be downloaded at the iPhone Mobile App Store, the Android Google Play Store or at www.VisitRenoTahoe.com/mobile.

Mardi Gras in Reno Tahoe

Fat Tuesday Mardi CrawlCelebrate Parti Gras – The New Giant Mardi Gras Celebration

February 17 – 21, at John Ascuaga’s Nugget

This five-day massive celebration includes free concerts, Parti Gras casino parades, showgirls, free hats & beads, Mardi Gras face art and caricature artists.  John’s Club players can win their share of $20,000 throughout Parti Gras with hot seat giveaways, cash drawings and trips for two to New Orleans.  Plus, the Rotisserie Buffet will take on the “N’awlins” theme for the weekend with favorites like dirty rice and jambalaya.  There will be New Orleans style food specials in all of the Nugget’s restaurants as well.

BONUS: Guests who stay February 17, 18, or 19 can take advantage of a $97 one night special which includes 2 free drinks with Parti Gras souvenir glasses.

Mardi Gras Dance Party

February 18, at The Ramada

The Reno Blues Society’s will continue to show off their party planning skills with the 18th annual Mardi Gras Dance Party – featuring award winning recording artist, Sista Monica. High energy, heartfelt lyrics and an awesome band backing this dynamic singer will prove to be one of the best RBS Mardi Gras Dance Parties!

The Big Easy is Coming to Silver Legacy

February 21

Not to be missed: the Fat Tuesday feasts at Sterling’s Seafood Steakhouse, Fairchild’s Oyster Bar and Café Sedona. You best be hungry.

We all know Mardi Gras would not be complete without some quality adult libations! Available at all Silver Legacy bars enjoy Pat O’brien style Hurricane’s and Mardi Gras Punch for just $5.

Fat Tuesday Mardi Crawl

February 21 – Squaw Valley

Start the Mardi Crawl at KT Base Bar at 2pm with the Samba Stilt Circus and cruise through the Village to 5 other locations for drink and food specials in honor of Fat Tuesday.

Party the Night Away at Reno Mardi Gras

February 21 – Reno Ballroom

At the 20th annual Rotary Club of Reno event, enjoy festive traditions; including, dancing, indulging in rich food and drink, and dressing in the finest Mardi Gras attire. Local restaurants will team up with over a dozen wineries, offering delectable treats and pouring over 60 types of wine! Buy your tickets at the doors of the Reno Ballroom for $50. Doors open at 6pm.

World’s Tallest Climbing Wall and New “Urban Adventure Destination” Take Reno to New Heights at October 1 Grand Opening

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300381_187155851354888_113991988671275_428467_5538050_n301382_186173698119770_113991988671275_425974_1941555_nCommRow will celebrate its grand opening on October 1, becoming Reno’s first “Urban Adventure Destination.” This property will inject a sample of the region’s outdoor thrills into the heart of Reno’s downtown corridor.

Towering 164-feet above the landmark Reno arch is the world’s tallest climbing wall on the 16-story building’s exterior façade. Inside, climbing enthusiasts or curious beginners will find a world-class bouldering center, plus event space and slacklines. The entire climbing facility, known as BaseCamp, is built to international competition standards but also first-timer friendly.

CommRow also features a menagerie of culturally-diverse eateries and bars dubbed “TheRow”, which were developed by two seasoned restaurateurs who have worked with such acclaimed chefs as Bobby Flay, Charlie Palmer and Bryan Voltaggio. Guests will find something to tempt any palate, from traditional tacos to fresh tuna tartars. Libations from classic cocktails to a selection of more than 100 tequilas can also be found. On the second floor, watch all of the bouldering action while enjoying either smoothies and housemade granolas, or wines by the glass and draft beers.

Two live entertainment venues known as Cargo and Centric will feature local performers and national touring acts. During the day, the 400-person capacity Cargo will transform into a fitness center with a focus on core training. Additional meeting and event space is also available.

Other attractions are slated to open in 2012, including the pet-friendly HANG Hotel in spring, and an outdoor “Adventure Deck” with BMX and skate parks, outdoor bouldering and more.

CommRow’s developer Fernando Leal of Chicago- and Reno-based L3 Development LLC states, “This is a huge opportunity to elevate Reno’s perception in the eyes of both locals and visitors alike, showcasing it for what it truly is – a vibrant, multi-faceted destination.”

Enjoy a Special Mouthwatering Dinner at Atlantis

Bistro NapaJoin Groth’s experimental winemaker, Michael Weis, Atlantis Sommelier Christian O’Kuinghttons, Bistro Napa’s Chef d’Cuisine, Clayton Slieff, and Sous Chef, Adam Bronson, along with Atlantis Executive Chef Bob Katausky, for an exquisite meal that is unquestionably as daring as it is delicious! The experience begins at 6:30pm on Thursday, October 21st in Bistro Napa, on the 2nd floor of Atlantis.

Start with Seared Day Boat Scallops, featuring a California Hackleback Caviar and citrus foam, with a 2009 Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc. Rabbit Schnitzel with sage spaetzle, crispy veal sweetbreads and caramelized quince are accompanied by a 2008 Napa Valley Chardonnay. A 2007 Oakville Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon compliments a pancetta-wrapped salmon, and dinner is completed with oak-fired Colorado Lamb Chop with provencale style lamb confit, served with lamb au jus and a 2006 Oakville Napa Valley “Reserve” Cabernet Sauvignon.

The evening is concluded with a fall harvest apple strudle with rum raisin gelato, walnut praline, caramel syrup and illy coffee.

Dinner is $125 per person. Seating is limited. Make reservations by calling (775) 824-4411 or click here.

-Ben McDonald

Atlantis Casino Resort Spa is located on the strip at the corner of South Virginia and Peckham Lane, in the heart of Reno’s new shopping and dining district. Atlantis offers eight award-winning restaurants, world-class casino action, live entertainment, complimentary valet service and acres of free self-parking. Visit www.AtlantisCasino.com for information on events, tournaments, dining specials, online reservations and more. For more information call (775) 825-4700 or toll-free at (800) 723-6500.

National Geographic Names Reno One of America’s Best Adventure Towns

River Fest BlogNational Geographic released its ultimate, state-by-state guide to the top outdoor hubs in the U.S., selecting only 100 towns. The criteria – the town must offer something for everyone. It’s no surprise Reno, Nevada was selected to be on the list with year-round special events, hiking, skiing, cycling, kayaking, climbing, snowboarding, fine dining…the list could go on. (And it does!)

In the words of NatGeo, “Reno’s hospitality jobs, a refurbished downtown, and a new $1.5 million white water park—all reasons enough to stick around for awhile.” We know that’s why we’re here!

Check out the interactive map to see which other cities and towns made the list. While you’re there, be sure to share your favorite restaurants, hotels and Reno Tahoe adventures with National Geographic!

Reno Tahoe Easter Eggstravaganza: dining specials, egg hunts and community events

Easter Egg hunts, community celebrations and Easter brunch! Find out what’s happening in Reno Tahoe over the upcoming long weekend.  Enjoy Easter Sunday meals and Easter Egg Hunts – all in Reno Tahoe style.

chocolate_easter_bunnyEaster Sunday Dining Specials

Easter Dining at the Atlantis
April 4 – The Atlantis Casino Resort Spa will be having special Easter dining in its restaurants, including the new Atlantis Steakhouse. There will be a Gourmet Brunch Extravaganza served in the Grand Ballroom served from 9:30 AM to 2 PM. The Atlantis is at 3800 S. Virginia Street in Reno. For more information or to make reservations, call 775-824-4411.

Easter Specials at John Ascuaga’s Nugget
April 4 – The Nugget, 1100 Nugget Avenue in Sparks, will be having special Easter dining offers in four restaurants. Easter Sunday Brunch Buffet will be offered in the Rose Ballroom and Rotisserie Buffet from 8 AM to 2 PM. A Champagne Brunch will be served in Restaurante Orozko from 10 AM to 4 PM. An Easter menu will be served in Rosie’s Café from 11 AM to 11 PM in addition to the regular menu. For more information or to make reservations, call 800-648-1177 or 775-356-3300.

The Ultimate Easter Buffet at the Eldorado
April 4 – Easter Sunday Buffet at the Eldorado, 345 North Virginia Street in Reno, 10 AM to 3 PM. From traditional brunch favorites to special savory dishes, our wide variety of flavors will appeal and impress all audiences. The menu was built to accommodate even the most experienced palates. With outstanding Roasted Prime Rib, old fashion Glazed Ham, savory Seafood Crepes with Lobster sauce and Broiled New York Steak with Wild Mushrooms; you won’t want to miss these mouth-watering culinary creations!

Easter Sunday Brunch at the Silver Legacy
April 4 – Easter Sunday Brunch at the Silver Legacy, 407 N. Virginia Street in Reno, will be celebrated in three venues. There will be a Champagne Brunch in the Silver Baron Ballroom and at Flavors! The Buffet from 8 AM to 3 PM, and in Sterling’s from 9 AM to 2 PM. The Easter Bunny will be handing out candy to the kids. For more information or to make reservations, call 775-325-7401.

Easter Brunch at the Nevada Museum of Arts
April 4 – Enjoy Easter brunch at the Nevada Museum of Art, 160 W. Liberty Street in Reno. The brunch buffet will feature eggs Benedict, a carving station, a dessert station, and more. The cost is $35 for Museum members, $45 for non-members, which includes Museum admission. Seatings will be at 10 AM, 10:30 AM, 11 AM, 11:30 AM, and noon. For more information, call 775-329-3333.

Easter Egg Hunts and Events

easter-egg-hunt-renoFriday & Saturday, April 2 – 3, 2010

Circus Circus in Reno
April 2 – Bunny Hop Under the Big Top – The whole family is invited to dress in their best Easter casual and come down to the Hotel-Casino’s Midway on April 2nd from 4 PM to 8 PM for free candy, treats, games, and drawings for great prizes. The Easter Bunny will also be on hand to pose with your family for photos you can take with your own camera. He will be on the Circus Circus mezzanine March 31 – April 4; Wednesday & Thursday 6 – 9 PM, Friday & Saturday 4 – 8 PM, and Sunday 11 AM to 3 PM. For more information call 775-329-0711

Trader Joe’s in Reno
April 2 & 3 – Trader Joe’s will be having 2 days of Easter fun at their Reno store, 5035 S. McCarran Blvd. There will be a scavenger hunt in the store for kids to win prizes by finding the hidden animals. Out front, young artists can chalk their creations on the sidewalk. The Easter Bunny will be available for pictures on both days. There will be lots of fun things for kids to do and they will all get a prize and goodies. Event hours are 9 AM to 4 PM during regular store open time. Get more information by calling 775-826-1621.

Comstock Park
April 3 – Comstock Park, 1650 Carat Dr. in South Reno, will be the hiding place for 2,000 Easter eggs and kids through 5th grade can hunt them down for free. There will also be bounce houses, face painting, crafts and prizes. For more information, contact Hope Community Church at 775-284-4673.

Idlewild Park
April 3 – This egg hunt is from 10:30 AM to noon at the California Building in Idlewild Park, 1900 Idlewild Drive in Reno. It’s free for children from preschool through 6th grade. There will be games, prizes, a bounce house, face painting, and candy. For more information, call The Bridge Church at 775-323-7141.

Northgate Park
April 3 – 6450 Moonridge Terrace, Reno. The event starting at noon includes a donation basket, “Change for Chile,” which goes to earthquake victims. Face painting, prizes and hot dogs are also included. For more information call 775-747-4411.

Oppio Park
April 3 – This Easter egg hunt begins at 10 AM and will be at Oppio Park (by Sparks Middle School), 2355 18th Street in Sparks. There will be lots of eggs to hunt, games, refreshments, and prizes. For more information, call the Sparks Nazarene Church at 775-358-4066.

Pat Baker Park
April 3 – This is a neighborhood outreach day at Pat Baker Park, 1910 Bishop Street in Reno. The program will include tangible needs such as food, household goods, minor bike repair, and fun stuff like an ongoing Easter egg hunt, games, family photos and music. Spring Outreach is free and will be from 9 AM to 3 PM.

Sierra View Library
April 3 – There will be an Easter egg hunt around the library following an Easter craft time starting at 10:30 AM. The Sierra View Library is in the Reno Town Mall, 4001 S. Virginia Street in Reno. For more information, call 775-827-3232.

Reno Youth Services Spring Festival
April 3 – The City of Reno Youth Services Division will host an Easter egg hunt, bounce houses, face painting and photo opportunities with the Easter bunny. Kids of all ages are welcome. The Spring Festival will be from 10 AM to 2 PM at the Reno Sports Complex, 2975 N. Virginia Street. For more information, contact Reno Youth Services at 775-334-2262. There is a $5 fee per child.

UNR Easter Egg Hunt
April 3 – Bring your Easter baskets to Manzanita Bowl on the UNR campus for an Easter egg hunt, bounce house, kids’ games, and a visit from the Easter Bunny. The fun starts at 10 AM and is conjunction with activities surrounding the Silver and Blue spring football game at Mackay Stadium. Admission to both events is free. For more information, call 775-784-6762.

Damonte Ranch High School Easter Egg Hunt
April 3 – The 9-11 AM Easter egg hunt is for kids ages 2 to 11. Enjoy a range of family activities at this event, including bounce houses, refreshments, a petting zoo, and pictures with the Easter bunny. It’s at Damonte Ranch High School, 10500 Wrangler Parkway in south Reno. Sponsored by Life Church of Reno. Call 775-852-3833.

Rock Church Easter Egg Hunt
April 3 – Easter egg hunt from 11 AM to 1 PM. Tons of fun activities – two bounce houses, food, age appropriate areas, face painting, bake sale, and much more. $1 per child and small fee for food and drinks. The Rock Church is at 4950 Vista Blvd. in Sparks. Call 775-355-7888.

Reno Nazarene Church
April 3 – Starting at noon and located at 740 Del Monte Lane Along with the egg hunt, there will be food and games. Call 775-853-2018 for more information.

St. John’s Presbyterian Church
April 3 – 1070 W. Egg hunting and fellowship are planned, starting at 10 AM. Plumb Lane, Reno. For more information call 775-826-0990.

Incline Beach
April 3 – Pictures with the Easter bunny starting at 10:30 AM, egg hunt for kids up to 11 years old at 11 AM. Incline Beach is on Lakeshore Blvd. in Incline Village, north Lake Tahoe. Call 775-832-1310 to volunteer or donate. This free event is sponsored by Incline Village Parks & Recreation.

Virginia City
April 3 – Mad Hatter’s Easter Parade – bring your best hat or Easter bonnet and join this 1PM parade on C Street in Virginia City. For more information, call 775-847-4386.

reno-easterEaster Sunday, April 4, 2010

Egg-cellent Easter Bash at YMCA
April 4 – The YMCA of the Sierra, 850 Baring Blvd. in Sparks, will be hosting this free family event from 11 AM to 1:30 PM. There will be hundreds of eggs for the age appropriate Easter egg hunt, arts-n-crafts, bounce house, cookie decorating, and lots of other fun. Activities start at 11 AM, with Easter egg hunts starting at 12 noon. The YMCA is accepting plastic egg and packaged candy donations from March 29 through April 1 at the front desk of the YMCA of the Sierra. For more information, contact Roxanne Hamner at 775-323-9622 ext 1231.

Easter Egg Hunt at Grand Sierra Resort
April 4 – The FunQuest Arcade will be hosting an Easter egg hunt starting at 11 AM. There will be three hunts according to age so all kids will get a chance to find the plastic eggs filled with candy, prizes, and tickets for a drawing at noon. The event is free and open to the public. The Grand Sierra Resort is at 2500 E. Second Street in Reno. For more information, call 775-789-1127.

Mt. Rose
April 4 – Hunt starts at 12:15 PM at Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe main lodge, 22222 Mt. Rose Highway. Easter egg hunts will be for kids in three age groups – 3 to 5, 6 to 8, and 9 to 12. The Easter Bunny will be hopping around and available for pictures. For more information, call 775-849-0704.

Alpine Meadows
April 4 – Bring your beacon, probe, and snow shovels to Alpine Meadows – search for hidden eggs & prizes. The event starts at noon at the top of the Subway Chairlift, which means you need a lift ticket go play. Call 530-581-8232 for more information.
A free children’s Easter egg hunt will begin at noon in the Tiegel Terrain Park, with plenty of Easter candy for all hunters.

Sugar Bowl
April 4 – Find the golden Easter egg somewhere on the mountain at Sugar Bowl and win a 2010/2011 slightly restricted season pass. The Easter Bunny will be there and may have clues about the location of the golden egg. Call 530-426-9000 for more information.

Chateau at Incline Village
April 4 – Enjoy a family Easter egg hunt and brunch with the Easter Bunny at the Chateau at Incline Village. Brunch will be served from 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM. Cost of the Easter egg hunt and brunch is $24.95 for adults and $5.95 for children 5 to 10. Kids 4 and under are free. Reservations recommended – call 775-832-1240.

Lone Eagle Grille on the Lake
April 4 – 111 Country Club Drive, Incline Village. Two egg hunts are planned and the Easter Bunny visits at 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. The 10 AM event includes brunch and an arts and crafts station. Call 775-886-6899 for more information.

Silver Peak to open new pizzeria near Reno Aces baseball stadium

300 east 2nd stThe owners of Silver Peak Restaurant and Brewery will open a new restaurant in June 2010 in downtown Reno at 300 E. Second St., adjacent to the Reno Aces baseball stadium. The new restaurant will include a restaurant specializing in pizza made famous at Silver Peak’s original location, a full-service bar and restricted gaming. The owners have not yet named the new restaurant given its primary focus on pizza, but diners can expect a “Silver Peak-esque” twist to its identity.

“The construction of Aces Ballpark creates an opportunity for us to again participate in the revitalization of our downtown corridor,” said Silverman. “We’re excited to be part of the process, and look forward to seeing lots of locals and tourists enjoying the Freight House District area.”

Owners Schmidt and Silverman opened the first Silver Peak Restaurant and Brewery location on Wonder Street in Reno in 1999 and a second location in downtown Reno in 2004. Silver Peak is known throughout northern Nevada for its unique and original selection of food and beers brewed at its Wonder Street location.

The owners have no plans to make any changes to the original Wonder Street location, but are evaluating their total presence and priorities in the downtown Reno area.

300 E. Second is a 15-story tower and is located in downtown Reno, centrally located immediately across E. Second Street from the Reno Aces baseball stadium and within walking distance of City Hall, the County Courthouse and the Federal Court Building, Park Center Tower features panoramic views of the surrounding Sierra Nevada Mountains, Truckee Meadows and downtown Reno. The facility also offers direct access to Interstate-80, the Amtrak station and all major bus lines.