Join Bistro Napa at The Atlantis for a special dinner featuring wines from the Miner Family Vineyard out of Napa Valley, California. The Vineyard offers a variety of unique wines that are produced in a one of a kind solar-powered winery and aged in 20,000 square feet of hillside caves. The hotel is offering a one night dine and stay package that includes one night of accommodations in the Luxury Tower and entrance to the Miner Family Vineyards Wine Dinner, on Thursday, March 26. The rate is $349 for two people. Use code MINER15 to take advantage of this unique opportunity.

Cargo at Whitney Peak has not one, but two, excellent shows this week: "Guitar Legend" Junior Brown on Wednesday, March 25 and The Floyd — A Tribute to Pink Floyd on Saturday, March 28. Arizona-born Junior Brown will bring his unique blend of country and bluegrass to Cargo for a foot-stomping show guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Brown is a singer, songwriter, instrumentalist, and producer of music that bends the rules of country ever so slightly. Junior Brown tickets are $25 and the show is 18+. Showtime is 8 p.m. and you can purchase tickets here. For Pink Floyd fans, you won't to miss The Floyd in the excellent tribute to the iconic band. This family-friendly show spans nearly two decades of the bands music and will take you on a journey down memory lane. Tickets for The Floyd are $10-$15 and the show is 18+. Showtime is 8 p.m. and you can purchase tickets here.

Looking for some great Pan-Asian cuisine? Look no further than Rim at Grand Sierra Resort. Created by Joe Wong, premier Reno chef, Rim offers a good variety of seafood and sushi dishes sure to please any palate. There's also a full service sushi bar with an all you can eat menu. Try the Buddha, with spicy white tuna, avocado and macadamia nuts, topped with fresh kiwi. Rim is also offering a special right now: a free four ounce sake with the purchase of any dinner entree. View the full menu here.

Reno's Knitting Factory is celebrating Spring Break with Spring Bling 2015 featuring Pretty Ricky Friday, March 27. The show features Rayven Justice, Priceless Da Roc, Jay N Fresh, EZ Baby, Young Dizzy. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8. Tickets to this all ages show range from $25 to $35. Purchase your tickets here.

Rosie's Cafe at The Nugget offers down-home cooking and comfort food 24/7. Rosie's is also home to the Awful Awful, the infamous burger featuring a double third of a pound of meat, cheese, and all the other delicious cheeseburger fixings. Rosie's offers a variety of favorite breakfast dishes, sandwiches, salads, and more. View the whole menu here.

Go back in time to the 20th century with Victor and Penny on The Terrace at the Peppermill. This lively duo uses a ukulele and a jazz guitar to put the swing, jump, and roll into their music. According to the description on their Facebook page, their music is "antique pop: prohibition-era style jazz with a modern voice." Join them March 22 through March 25 for a toe-tapping good time. Showtime is 6 p.m. and admission is free.

The Mavericks are back at the Silver Legacy with their unique blend of country steeped garage band music. With their Cuban-American lead singer, The Mavericks have been making music since 1989. They've recently released a new album after an eight year hiatus and are on tour. They'll be at the Grande Exposition Hall on Saturday, March 28 at 8 p.m, performing a special concert to benefit the Jason Eberle Memorial Fund for Underserved Kids. The $68.25 ticket price includes free beer, wine, and soft drinks. Buy tickets here.

Novi has just opened at Eldorado Reno and promises to be Reno's hot new nightspot for those looking to see and be seen. This sleek new locale is great for private parties, meeting business associates, or enjoying a night on the town. The room is beautifully appointed and features shiny wood finishes and a unique herringbone pattern floor. The bars are illuminated with red and gold backsplashes, lending a cozy feel to the room. The entertainment will range from Top 40 hits to country to comedy. There's something for everyone here.

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