After a long day on the range at the Wildest Richest Rodeo in the West, wrangle a good time at these hillbilly hotspots where the fun won’t stop until the cows come home.
Gilley’s Saloon, Nugget Casino Resort
Gilley’s Saloon is a knee-slapping, entertainment-packed country adventure. With DJs, line dancing, bikini bull riding and more, this restaurant and nightclub is a destination cowboys and cowgirls don’t want to miss. As a nod to the Reno Rodeo, Gilley’s is offering Coors and Coors Light on tap for $3 and Crown Royal shots for $2. Plus, Gilley’s partnered with the Reno Rodeo for the “Rodeo Idol” contest. The winner will sing the National Anthem during the big event.
NoVi, Eldorado Resort Casino
Tucked inside the Eldorado Resort Casino, NoVi features two bars and a 500 square-foot stage for a variety of shows. From country to pop rock, today’s hits, blues and comedy, the excitement and energy of this place is contagious. Be sure to checkout Red Cup Fridays from 9 to 11 p.m. where $3 will buy you-call-it drinks with the purchase of a $5 red cup. Fridays have line dancing from 8 to 9 p.m., and All Jacked Up Saturdays offers $12 all-you-can-drink Jack Daniels mixed drinks, $3 Jack Fire and $3 Jack Honey shots from 9 to 11 p.m.
LEX Nightclub, Grand Sierra Resort and Casino
In celebration of the Reno Rodeo’s opening weekend, LEX Nightclub is going country. Kicking it up and getting down with the hottest country music hits today, LEX is the perfect venue to show that country pride. And their indoor pool is dotted with go-go dancers who are sure to show you a rootin’-tootin’ good time.
William Hill Race and Sports Book, Grand Sierra Resort and Casino
Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino clears out the tables inside the William Hill Race and Sports Book to make room for country dancing galore. Starting at 10 p.m., their Daisy Duke dancers take the floor with line dancing and two-stepping demonstrations.