When the salmon run, streams and rivers teem with life. The best restaurants buy this fresh, wild caught, Atlantic or Pacific Salmon and serve it days afterward. At The Grill, we buy and butcher whole, fresh salmon, which weigh anywhere from six to ten pounds. We butcher three to four salmon per week. This in-house… Read More


  Fall is here! The nights are cooler and indoor activities are heating up. Now is the time for long sleeves, boots, and fall colors. A fantastic fall night out in Reno is exactly what you need to complement your perfect fall day. So, to make the most out of your night out in Reno,… Read More


  Summer is in full swing, the mercury is hitting triple digits and all you can think about is cooling down and refreshing yourself at the end (or in the middle, we don’t judge!) of a long day. Nothing says summer quite like a delicious, crisp glass of wine bursting with sunny flavors. Here at… Read More


  The Grill at Quail Corners will donate 98% of all proceeds from the September 6 event to Moms on the Run, ensuring that the money will stay in northern Nevada to help local families. About Moms on the Run Sponsored by Pinocchio’s Bar and Grill, Moms on the Run is a non-profit organization dedicated… Read More


Beer has always been the liquor of choice for many Americans. However, a number of factors have caused beer to lose much of its allure and popularity recently, and its making way for craft beer and good old fashioned wine, which is slowly becoming more popular in bars and restaurants: Given today’s vast spectrum of… Read More


News Review posted an article that talks about the importance of parent-child interactions on the dining table. Accordingly, families that always eat dinners together tend to be healthier than those that don’t since that is the best way to teach kids to eat healthy food. Of course, when there are stubborn, picky eaters in the… Read More


A History.com article explores the history of pizza: Founded around 600 B.C. as a Greek settlement, Naples in the 1700s and early 1800s was a thriving waterfront city. Technically an independent kingdom, it was notorious for its throngs of working poor, or lazzaroni. “The closer you got to the bay, the more dense their population,… Read More


The beauty about stews is that you can put in just about anything, simmer them for a while, and, voila, instant cultural icon. Take the cioppino for instance; no matter how mouthful it may be to pronounce it, this seafood stew is a mouthful of taste. There are various versions of the cioppino and the… Read More


A serial dine-and-dasher who frequented restaurants in Reno, NV was arrested by the local police after he was exposed on Facebook. The man, identified as Saul Zelaznog, had cheated several bars and restaurants in the area. Eater.com reported that, after dining at the local craft beer bar called The Brewer’s Cabinet, Zelaznog skipped out on… Read More