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You're in Reno for a few days. You've been playing (at the tables, in the great outdoors or both). A lot. And now, you're hungry. You want something fresh, enjoyable, and reasonably priced.

Well, you're in the right place. No matter where you may be staying, we have a few selections that are bound to be close to your hotel room.

Oceano at Peppermill

Set in a dramatic undersea environment, Oceano's extensive menu changes daily and their seafood is super fresh. Choose from Maine lobster, sushi prepared by Master Sushi Chefs, delicious pan roasts, chowders, mesquite-grilled fish, oyster shooters and even pasta and steak. Lunch specialties include the Wood Grilled Salmon Salad, shrimp quesadillas, Pacifica Sandwich, authentic lobster rolls and a variety of fresh salads.

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Bistro Napa at Atlantis

Bistro Napa is a clean, solid, contemporary go-to choice. The emphasis is on seasonal, organic ingredients and simple, fresh flavors. Flown in from certified waters of the cold Pacific northwest, the finest oysters are served in the Raw Seafood Bar. You can even go for innovative small plates, perfect for sharing, or, if you're hungrier, go with the big plates. The sommelier will help complement any Bistro experience with thoughtfully chosen wine from their 4,000-bottle wine cellar. Don't miss social hour from 3-6 p.m. every day for half price select small plates, wood-fired flat breads, wines (Bistro does it right with 8 oz. pours) and specialty cocktails.

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Charlie Palmer Steakhouse at the Grand Sierra Resort

Sometimes, if you want good food, you gotta splurge. This restaurant is worth dressing up a little for. If you're going to indulge, Charlie Palmer at Grand Sierra Resort is the place to do it. One of America's highly regarded chefs has brought his signature to Reno. Experience an unmatched ambiance with contemporary contrasts, from blonde wooden walls enhanced by mica and leather accents, to midnight blue, deep terracotta and espresso texture fabrics – Charlie Palmer Reno is fit to impress and their food is out of this world.

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Roxy at the Eldorado Resort Casino

Looking for romance and delicious food? Then you're looking for Roxy, the Eldorado Resort Casino's award winning bistro. Industry leading, classically trained staff carefully select the menus for the restaurant that's been voted as the Best Place to Take a Date by locals and is listed on the prestigious DiRoNa Award list of Distinguished Restaurants of North America. At Roxy, chefs hand select top cuts of meats, poultry and fish to create exquisite entrées prepared in a specialty wood-fired oven. Roxy's wait staff has vast knowledge of fine wines and liquors and expert pastry chefs create scrumptious deserts. Save room for desert, the soufflés are legendary.

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Hussong's Cantina in the Silver Legacy Resort Casino

Sip on a Margarita at Hussong's Cantina in the Silver Legacy Resort Casino and get a taste of history. Hussong's Cantina brings the storied history of the oldest bar in Mexico to Reno. Known for its playful atmosphere, Hussong's Cantina is thebirthplace of the original Margarita and serves up a full menu of tasty twists on Baja Mexican cuisine

http://www.silverlegacyreno.com/dining/hussongs-cantina-taqueria/

The Oyster Bar in the Nugget Casino Resort

The Oyster Bar in the Nugget Casino Resort in Sparks is classic. The restaurant dates back to 1959 and serves up classic seafood dishes as well as famous seafood stews and pan roasts.

http://www.janugget.com/dining/oyster-bar.html

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