Find out what Seafood restaurants to try in Verdi. Verdi (/ˈvɜːrdaɪ/ VUR-dye) is a census-designated place (CDP) in Washoe County, Nevada, United States on the western side of the Reno–Sparks Metropolitan Statistical Area, near Interstate 80. The CDP of Verdi, California lies immediately adjacent across the state line. Both are in the shadow of California's Verdi Range. In 2010, the population was 1,415. Prior to 2010, the community was listed by the U.S. Census Bureau as part of the Verdi-Mogul CDP.
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2 based on 127 reviews
I have to tell you about Boomtown Casino in Verdi. Nevada. I had an opportunity to spend a few days there after spending so many days inside my apartment in Reno due to so much snow. The Steakhouse was my first stop. Steak and lobster was $24.99. It was exceptional and as good as any steakhouse. The lobster was juicy and not overcooked. The filet was rare and juicy. The dessert was almost a baked Alaska!But, wait til Friday night! It's the lobster buffet! I had 5 lobsters, yes, 5! So good! My 3rd time to the buffet! I'll be back soon!
4 based on 521 reviews
Choose from a selection of over 50 types of nigiri and maki sushi. Complement your choices with any one of eight brands of premium sake, plum wines or an assortment of domestic and Imported beers. Located adjacent to the Oyster Bar on the smoke-free, scen
Went with family here and was. Extremely happy we did. Downing a major Reno street it offers quality food in a calm setting outside the casino. All you can eat. Here means very high quality fish served by experienced. Staff. And skillful chefs. Prices are surprisingly fair and the quality and variety are high. Since we love fish it works well fir us. The area of the actual sushi bar is small do try to go during the week and after prime hours unless you want to have a few sakis first
Pros: Interesting concept: You build a poke bowl in five steps:1. Bowl size - small, medium or tofu2. Base: White or brown rice, wonton chips, etc.3. Protein: tuna, spicy tuna, salmon, etc.4. Sauces5. ToppingsThe ingredients are fresh and great tasting with generous portions. Be careful when selecting the toppings, as they're very generous with those and they can overwhelm the protein and base.Cons:1. Very limited seating inside or out2. Lines can be long, but seem to move quickly, partly because:3. The "building" process feels rushed, as they clearly want to keep the line moving.4. Prices are bit steep: $11 for a regular bowl and $14 for large.Worth checking out.
4 based on 287 reviews
Rapscallion Seafood House and Bar is an independently owned and operated seafood and steak house. For over 40 years this local landmark has been setting the bar for Reno's culinary scene. Rapscallion was the first restaurant to win the wine spectators awa
We were early for our reservation and were seated immediately. Do not take a table in the enclosed patio to the north if it is cold outside. We were next to wall and it was very cold. Food was good, but was difficult getting gluten free. The shrimp cocktail was delicious and huge, horseradish spicy perfect. Experience not worth the price in my book.
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