Hubby and I stayed four nights at the Eldorado Hotel in Reno in March 2012 to celebrate our 21st anniversary. One place we ate was Roxy, our splurge for our last night in Reno. It’s one of the nine restaurants under one roof that the hotel advertises. It’s behind the sushi bar, where we ate our first night there which was also very good. We were seated in a plush red velvet booth and immediately a gal with a bread basket served us our choice of two breads. We both chose the sesame, it was fresh, warm and delicious.
Hubby enjoyed oysters on the half shell (not on my list of faves but he really enjoys them) while I had their house salad. Up next were our entrees, both were outstanding. I chose the 8 oz. filet mignon in the Diane style which was a yummy mushroom sauce. Included with my steak were olive oil infused mashed potatoes and asparagus. Everything was delicious! Hubby had the long bone shortribs and he was extremely happy with his meal as well. His came with crispy polenta, tomato jam and roasted garlic. We both enjoyed a Ferrari Carano Alexander Valley cabernet sauvignon with our meal. We liked it so much we each had two glasses.
We didn’t have room for dessert or coffee but we left there very satisfied and would definitely go back there again. I regrettably forgot my camera to take a pic of us in our “nice clothes” that we brought to wear to our nice dinner. So I have no pic to share here. It was a comfortable booth, great food and service. I highly recommend it.
Roxy, Eldorado Hotel
345 N. Virginia Street
Reno, NV 89501
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