Reno Party Bus Destinations

Located amongst the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, Reno is a city offering outdoor recreation (being just 50 miles from Lake Tahoe), a vibrant nightlife, and most importantly, some of the best bars and restaurants Nevada has to offer. With everything from high-class sushi restaurants and upscale bistros to homestyle cooking and college bars, there's a little something in Reno for every visitor.

Peg's Glorified Eggs N Ham

Peg's Glorified Eggs N Ham
Address:
420 S Sierra St
Reno, NV 89501
Phone:
(775) 329-2600
A Midtown fixture for over 20 years, Peg's Glorified Eggs N Ham is quite a step up from other breakfast restaurants. They serve huge plates of "glorified" breakfast food with a Western inspiration. As you can guess by the name, anything with their with eggs is amazing, especially Peg's Glorified Huevos Ranchero. The chilii sauce Peg slathers over the eggs is a perfect example of down-home cooking — it's not too spicy, not too sweet, but it definitely will have you thinking about seconds. The Peglet Omelette is another crowd favorite, served with jack and cheddar cheese and a side of meat.

4th St. Bistro

4th St. Bistro
Address:
3065 W 4th St
Reno, NV 89523
Phone:
(775) 323-3200
4th St. is what you would call an "American fusion" restaurant. Most of their dishes have recognizable names, but they feature something just a little special. Take for instance the "Crispy Leg of Liberty", a duck dish served with spiced peaches, black olives and wilted spinach with Aioli sauce. If you haven't had the opportunity to try duck before, this dish is a must. Another must try for first timers is their Foie Gras, the epitome of everything this restaurant's good at. It's pan seared and served with your choice of roasted strawberries or raspberries. They're also big on wine, having won the Wine Spectator's Award for the past six years in a row.

Squeeze In South Reno

Squeeze In South Reno
Address:
25 Foothill Rd Ste 3
Reno, NV 89511
Phone:
(775) 853-6090
While Squeeze In has a few locations in the Reno area, their South Reno location is the most popular. With a charming, lively ambiance, Squeeze In is perfect for waking up in the morning with some of their city-famous omelettes. The My Big Fat Greek Omelette is to die for, due mainly in part to its feta cheese and pesto sauce. If you're a pesto fanatic, be sure to order it scrambled; the sauce sticks out much more when it's prepared this way. After a long night, recoup with their breakfast staple, the Hangover Helper. It's a huge omelette packed with ham, sausage, bacon and cheese.

Süp Restaurant

Süp Restaurant
Address:
669 S Virginia St
Reno, NV 89501
Phone:
(775) 324-4787
For some of the best "süp" in Reno, you need to check out Süp. If you're in Reno for winter skiing, be sure to plug this restaurant into your GPS. There's nothing better than Süp's signature tomato bisque and grilled cheese after a cold day's skiing. For as good as the soup here is, their sandwiches themselves could earn this restaurant five stars. If you're looking for something a little more extravagant, their steak salad is out of this world. Don't be shy, order it medium rare — it's a perfect complement to the crispy lettuces and strawberries. (Yes, they actually add strawberries to the salad!)

La Vecchia

La Vecchia
Address:
3005 Skyline Blvd Ste 160
Reno, NV 89509
Phone:
(775) 825-1113
Roughly translated as "the old lady" or "the grandma", La Vecchia is a restaurant unabashed about not serving "authentic Italian". The crowd favorite at La Vecchia is definitely the beef stroganoff. No crazy presentation here, nor any wild colors, just beef, mushrooms, thick noodles and spices. Same thing with the mushroom ravioli — no fancy garnishes or any crazy Italian names, just ‘shrooms, ravioli and creamy goodness. Finally, you'd be amiss not to try their signature Pumpkin Martini if you find yourself in Reno during the fall.

Hiroba Sushi

Hiroba Sushi
Address:
3005 Skyline Blvd Ste 100
Reno, NV 89509
Phone:
(775) 829-2788
A popular sushi bar in South Reno, Hiroba probably owes some of its patronage to its free sake. Yes, you read that correctly — each dinner comes with their all you can drink sake on weekdays. While the food here is awesome, the presentation is almost as stunning. Each plate is truly a work of art. Get your Instagram ready for their signature dish, the Hiroba Roll. The crystal shrimp on the inside and the cooked scallops on the outside make this roll to die for. If you're looking for spicy, anything with their spicy tuna is sure to please.