Getting Around

Reno is home to 7 unique districts

Get to know Reno's 7 Districts

Reno’s recent Downtown revitalization efforts have carved out distinct districts with their own vibe and specialties.

Take a stroll along the Riverwalk and savor Reno’s exciting urban renaissance. You’ll find shopping, restaurants, bars and taverns, entertainment, lodging, even a whitewater park – all in a safe, fun, friendly area that celebrates Reno’s arts, culture, and history 365 days a year.
For years, the Midtown District was a neglected area but is transforming into a homegrown, eclectic neighborhood. To help make that happen, a group of business owners revived this part of Reno, creating a center of unique retail shops, restaurants, nightlife, and a variety of services.

The Arch district is home to the area’s most notable casinos, the iconic City of Reno Arch, events centers and the National Bowling Stadium.


Reno is anchors a network of connected hotel-casinos in the downtown Reno core that incorporate gaming, hospitality, accommodations and entertainment that actively contribute and support the progress and future of downtown Reno.
Located in Downtown Reno, Eldorado Resort Casino features 9 unique, award-winning restaurants, a centerpiece fountain, free airport shuttles and an 81,000 square foot casino.
 The air-conditioned modern rooms at this resort feature a flat-screen cable TV, a safety deposit box, a work desk, a coffee machine and a minibar. Guests can enjoy sweeping views of Reno and the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Guests can enjoy craft beer brewed on-site at The Brew Brothers, live music at Roxy’s or dance in the county-rock bar NoVi. Restaurants range from casual, buffet-style dining to fine dining and late-night eats. They include Roxy, La Strada, Hidden Pizza, Sushi Sake, a 24-hour coffee shop and Eldorado coffee bar. Twenty-four hour room service is available.
Circus Circus
This Nevada hotel is in downtown Reno. The hotel has a free airport shuttle service. This hotel features a casino, 6 restaurants and daily shows.
The Circus Circus Reno hotel features a conference and banquet center and is part of the Tri-Properties Resort Complex that connects the Silver Legacy and Eldorado via a large indoor walkway. The hotel has a bar, gym and shopping available. The hotel provides valet parking.
Guest at the Circus Circus can dine in restaurants ranging from sushi to American buffet cuisine. The American Café is open for breakfast.
Silver Legacy
The hotel’s casino features 1,600 slot machines and 85 table games. Silver Legacy Resort Casino offers 6 specialty restaurants, including Sterling’s Seafood Steakhouse and Fairchild’s Oyster Bar. A gym and a seasonal outdoor pool are also available on site.
The Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts and the Nevada Museum of Art are 10 minutes’ walk from Silver Legacy Reno. The University of Nevada is 1 miles away while Washoe County Golf Course is 2 miles away. 

The University District focuses on ‘Bridging the Disconnect Between UNR and Downtown Reno‘. The future of the University District will invest in world-class public spaces, address crime and public safety, bring life to commercial corridors, connect low-income residents to careers, and promote job growth and innovation.

Centered on East Fourth Street, the Brewery District is home to a vibrant craft and liquor scene. Owners have worked diligently to continue to revitalize the vacant buildings both because of their historical and cosmetic value. The area has already become the home to two new breweries, two distilleries, and a brewery-distillery.
The Liberty District is home to the Nevada Museum of Art,  an eclectic nightlife scene, restaurants and 1.3 million square feet of office Space. The Liberty District is a fun and vibrant part of our community.
The Wells District is home to over 300 locally-owned businesses and Irish bar row. This bike friendly district boasts many multicultural businesses and has seen a residential resurgence.