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    Any opinion on the best casino and hotel in Reno for a weekend getaway.
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    I prefer Tahoe over Reno.

    I suspect ComptrBob may offer a winning Reno recommendation.

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    Appreciate it JK....have been to Tahoe and it was amazing. I want to hit Reno once while I am out here.
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    Circus Circus - any of those that tie together and you can go from one to the other without going outside. Leave your coat in the room - the sports book I liked was cal-neva

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    Thanks Bucky....I was looking at that one.
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    Best sportsbook is Atlantis. Best cheap meal is at cal neva. I like Reno it has a charm to it.

    I like downtown Reno where there are casinos within blocks of one another. In downtown can’t beat cal neva and Harrahs.

    I’ll be in Reno during March madness.

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    For one venue, probably the Grand Sierra Resort (GSR) offers the most in Reno, nearest to the airport. WH sports and race book. Includes lots of restaurants, activities, movie theater, bowling alley, etc.

    Atlantis and Peppermill are very nice, with "independent" race and sportsbooks. As mentioned, downtown Reno offers the most choices, with Silver Legacy, Harrah's, Cal-Neva, El Dorado and Circus Circus being within a short walk of each other.

    If you have a car, you can easily visit all of the above, plus a few others.

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    Is the Comstock Casino still there

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    Quote Originally Posted by ComptrBob View Post
    For one venue, probably the Grand Sierra Resort (GSR) offers the most in Reno, nearest to the airport. WH sports and race book. Includes lots of restaurants, activities, movie theater, bowling alley, etc.

    Atlantis and Peppermill are very nice, with "independent" race and sportsbooks. As mentioned, downtown Reno offers the most choices, with Silver Legacy, Harrah's, Cal-Neva, El Dorado and Circus Circus being within a short walk of each other.

    If you have a car, you can easily visit all of the above, plus a few others.

    I am definitely going to check that place out, it's the first place you see once landing at airport. Didn't know it had all that there, thank you for the heads up.

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    Cafe Alfresco makes a great wood fire pizza and I like their Atlantis Classico pasta. Good casual Italian place.

    Atlantis Casino.

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    Thanks all....appreciate the help. A lot of good info.
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