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The Silver Peak Restaurant & Brewery was born from a friendship and a dream. All of the menu items take advantage of fresh seasonal products, which means that you can look forward to new and exiting flavors every time you visit. Total seating capacity, including the roof-top deck, is 250. The deck is available spring through fall as long as the weather allows. For smaller parties the restaurant has a semi-private dining room on the second floor that seat up to 60 dinner guests.

Catering packages are available for 10 to 200 guests.

Location: 124 Wonder Street, Reno Nevada 89502 Telephone 775-324-1864

Other Restaurants, Cafes, Deli's, Bakeries nearby:
(Carson City) Adele's Restaurant
(Incline Village) Azzara's Italian Restaurant
(Olympic Valley) Balboa Cafe in Squaw Valley
(Reno) Galena Forest Restaurant
(Reno) Galena Forest Restaurant
(Blairsden) Grizzly Grill Restaurant & Bar


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