Down the Hatch

Dining in Nevada is definitely a world within. As you plan your culinary tour of Nevada, you'll be amazed at the range of cuisines that make us so unique. From Basque to burgers, and Picon to pale ale, visitors will find a world of delicious options.

Nevada Adventures

Eating Up Fallon

Tractors and Truffles, a farm-to-table foodie event held annually in Fallon — about 60 miles east of Reno on Interstate 80 — is a delicious way to learn about northern Nevada’s ag industry and indulge in some really good food.

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CANFEST 2014

This past weekend, my friends and I decided to see what all the fuss was about and attended CANFEST 2014 at the Peppermill. With over 100 types of beer from around the country, what's not to like? 

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Discover & Do

JT Basque Bar & Dining Room
Gardnerville, NV

JT Basque Bar & Dining Room in downtown Gardnerville is a Carson Valley icon serving traditional Basque family style meals.

PInches Tacos
Las Vegas, NV

Located in Las Vegas’ Downtown Container Park, Pinche Tacos never falls short of delivering its promise of ‘Real Mexican Food by Real Mexicans.’ Their mission is simple: providing their clientele with ‘the best taco experience by using high quality meats and seafood, fresh garden vegetables, hand made tortillas and big quality artisan breads.’ Being a family owned joint, founder Miguel Anaya always has, and continues to select their wide variety of fresh ingredients on a daily basis. 

Freight House District
Reno, NV

The year-round dining and entertainment complex is adjacent to Aces Ballpark in downtown Reno.

Winnemucca, NV

Old style diner comfort food with a modern twist! Breakfast and lunch with everything from scratch.

Elko, NV

The Star Hotel specializes in steaks and lamb served family style. Hearty meals served family style are a hallmark of Basque cuisine in the American West. It’s a tradition that dates back to the late 19th century, when immigrants from the Basque country -- a region straddling France and Spain – came to the United States, often taking up rooms in Basque boardinghouses that served up traditional food from the Old Country. The Star Hotel opened its doors to Elko residents and travelers in 1910.