site poker tournaments and slot parties for
groups. For those who want to learn the
basics or improve their game, Peppermill
Resort Hotel offers private group poker
As part of its reflagging as the Renaissance Reno Downtown Hotel & Spa, the Siena Hotel is replacing its 17,000-square-foot
gaming floor with bocce ball courts along
the Truckee River. Plans call for seven indoor courts and a 9,000-square-foot garden
with two outdoor courts. The bocce area,
scheduled for completion in August, will
also include riverside dining and private
The Midway of Fun at Circus Circus can
host groups as large as 50 for breakfast with
a carnival theme. Attendees can test their
skills and win prizes playing Skee-Ball and
27 other games.
Atlantis Casino Resort Spa offers customized teambuilding adventures designed
to appeal to the taste buds, the adrenaline
receptors and the frontal lobe, respectively.
One of the resort’s master chefs teams up
with the sommelier to create wine-pairing
classes customized for groups of 12 to 50.
Classes, which can include a full meal, leave
participants with the basic skills in choosing
There is no shortage of stylish options for groups breaking bread together in Reno. Whether classic or contemporary, chic
resort restaurant or venerable local tradition,
Reno has a group-friendly eatery for every
Several of Reno’s resort restaurants offer
private dining space. At Atlantis Casino Resort
Spa ( www.atlantiscasino.com), the AAA Four
Diamond-rated Atlantis Steakhouse serves
up wet-aged prime steaks sourced from the
vaunted Allen Brothers. Groups as large as
18 can dine privately in the Cove. The room
provides a memorable and luxurious dining
experience with its lavish leather seating and
walls that change color. Audiovisual facilities
are available. The resort’s Bistro Napa restaurant focuses on fresh California cuisine with
organic ingredients and dazzling wine pairings.
Groups of 12 may reserve the
wine cellar, lined with 4,000
bottles of the best.
Since 1967, Louis’
Basque Corner (www.
has been serving up
hearty Basque cuisine in
the traditional family-oriented, multicourse style. Try
beloved Basque dishes like
oxtails, tripe or sweetbreads, or
stick to lamb and steak. Tipple a picon
punch, the unofficial Basque cocktail, before
or after your meal for a true taste of history.
Louis’ upstairs event space was renovated in
2013. The brick-walled space features a full
bar and a lounge with pool tables. The space
can accommodate 36 for private, Basque-style dining, or as many as 125 for buffets or
Wild River Grille ( www.wildrivergrille.com)
is consistently voted one or Reno’s favorite
restaurants. Located on the River Walk, the
handsome brick building is listed on the
National Register of Historic Places. Wild River
Grille serves up creative American cuisine and
finely crafted cocktails. Maximum group size
is 150, and the restaurant offers a riverfront
patio, a private dining room that seats 70, and
the 20-person City Room.
Flavors of Reno LOUIS’
Experience Atlantis, a AAA Four Diamond resort and Reno’s #1 resort
on TripAdvisor. Nestled at the base of the majestic Sierra Nevada, and the only
resort connected by a Sky Bridge to the Reno-Sparks Convention Center,
Atlantis is ideally located close to Reno’s restaurant, shopping and
entertainment district; just minutes away from championship golf courses.
Discover luxuriously appointed rooms, including Reno’s only Concierge Tower.
Relax and unwind at Spa Atlantis, recognized as the First Forbes Travel Guide
Four Star Spa in northern Nevada.
Dine in eight award-winning restaurants and state-of-the-art-meeting
facilities, you are sure to enjoy a world-class experience!
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