Members of the Regional Street Enforcement Team conducted an underage alcohol compliance check downtown on Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016 and found most businesses in compliance. More than 35 businesses were checked.
Businesses that passed and did not serve alcohol to underage volunteers:
- 5 Star Saloon – 132 West St.
- Archies – 2195 N. Virginia St.
- Corkscrew – 10 E. Ninth St.
- 1 Up – 214 W. Commercial Row
- 3rd Street Bar – 125 W. Third St.
- Brew Brothers (Eldorado) – 345 N. Virginia St.
- Harrah’s Outdoor Plaza – 219 N. Center St.
- Hussong’s Cantina (Silver Legacy) – 407 N. Virginia St.
- The Little Nugget – 233 N. Virginia St.
- Monolith Bar – 100 N. Arlington Ave.
- Novi Bar (Eldorado) 345 N. Virginia St.
- Pipeline Lounge (Sands) – 345 N. Arlington Ave.
- Rum Bullions (Silver Legacy) – 407 N. Virginia St.
- Sapphire Lounge (Harrah’s ) – 219 N. Center St.
- Singer Social Club – 219 W. Second St.
- Siri’s Casino – 241 N. Virginia St.
- The Waterfall – 134 W. Second St.
- The Jungle – 246 W. First St.
- The Rack – 111 N. Virginia St.
- The Stick – 95 N. Sierra St.
- Tonic Lounge – 231 W. Second St.
- Valley Market – 505 Denslowe Dr.
- Zippy Quick Mart – 1690 Evans St.
- Pizza Reno – 26 W. Second St.
- Pub n Sub – 1000 Ralston Ave.
- Shell Gas Station – 700 N. Virginia St.
- Ben’s Liquor – 4794 N. Virginia St.
- Go Fer Gas – 4600 N. Virginia St.
- Savemart – 525 Keystone Ave.
Businesses that served alcohol to underage volunteers and were cited:
- 2nd Street Bar (Cal-Neva) – 38 E. Second St.
- Our Bar – 211 W. First St.
- Little Waldorf’s Saloon – 1661 N. Virginia St.
- 7-Eleven – 1665 N. Virginia St.
- Jackson’s – 901 N. Virginia St.
- Raley’s – 701 Keystone Ave.
- Big Horn Bar – 1325 W. Seventh St.
Law enforcement may meet with the failing business to discuss strategies to improve compliance through practices and equipment. Locations not in compliance can face a $500 fine.
“It is the goal of the Reno Police Department and JTNN to create a fun and safe environment for all ages, while ensuring only subjects who are over the age of 21 are served alcohol,” according to the Reno Police Department. “The Reno Police Department would like to thank the businesses who successfully passed the compliance operation for their diligence and ensuring underage minors were not served alcohol.”
The Regional Street Enforcement Team comprises detectives from the Reno Police Department the Sparks Police Department and the University of Nevada Police Department.Most Downtown Reno Bars in Compliance During Underage Alcohol StingClick To Tweet