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Five Bars Cited for Serving Minors at Zombie Crawl; 31 Bars in Compliance

By ThisIsReno

More than 30 adult-beverage establishments followed the law and asked for I.D. before selling alcohol during last night’s Zombie Crawl. Five, however, were cited for selling to minors.

Bars that passed:

  • 3rd Street Bar – 125 West 3rd Street
  • Centro Bar – 345 North Virginia Street
  • Aura Ultra Lunge – 407 North Virginia Street
  • Drink X – 407 North Virginia Street
  • Circus Circus Sports Bar – 500 North Sierra Street
  • Dos Geckos – 500 North Sierra Street
  • Singer Social Club – 219 West 2nd Street
  • Tonic Lounge – 231 West 2nd Street
  • El Cortez – 239 West 2nd Street
  • Imperial Bar – 150 North Arlington Avenue
  • Monolith Bar – 100 North Arlington
  • Our Bar – 211 West 1st Street
  • The Jungle – 246 West 1st Street
  • Sierra Tap House – 253 West 1st Street
  • Hookava – 395 West 1st Street
  • The Waterfall – 134 West 2nd Street
  • West 2nd Street Bar – 118 West 2nd Street
  • Se7en Bar – 100 North Arlington Avenue
  • 5 Star Saloon – 132 West Street
  • Pizano’s Pizza – 95 North Sierra Street
  • 1864 Tavern – 290 California Avenue
  • Red Rock Bar – 241 South Sierra Street
  • Ole Bridge Pub – 5 North Sierra Street
  • Shelter Bowl Bar and Grill – 111 North Virginia Street
  • Thai Corner – 100 West 2nd Street
  • Pizza Reno – 26 West 2nd Street
  • Cal Neva Cabaret Bar – 38 East 2nd Street
  • Little Nugget – 233 North Virginia Street
  • Siri’s Casino – 241 North Virginia Street
  • Cargo – 255 North Virginia Street
  • 1 up – 214 West Commercial Row

Bars that sold alcohol to minors, receiving citations:

  • Stadium Bar – 345 North Virginia Street
  • 3rd Street Bar (Sands) – 345 North Arlington
  • Shooter’s Saloon – 434 North Virginia Street
  • Hussong Cantina – 407 North Virginia Street
  • Lincoln Lounge – 306 East 4th Street

 

One 18-year-old and three 19-year-old volunteers tried to purchase alcohol at the 36 locations. The volunteers provided I.D.s if they were asked for it, which identified them as underage.

The operation was funded with federal grant funds secured by our non-profit partner; Join Together Northern Nevada (JTNN), police said.

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