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Locality
“The site of Nevada’s Silver Rush, this living ghost town is a trip back in time to the Wild West!!”
  • 54 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar
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“Enjoy our locals-favorite full bar and Chicago-style pizza surrounded by the ambience of the old Red Dog Saloon. The Red Dog dates back to the heyday of the Comstock mines and as the birthplace of San Francisco-style rock and roll. The pizza dough is made fresh daily and the sauce is homemade. Combine these with fresh ingredients baked in a brick oven and you’ve got a combination that will have your taste buds wanting more.”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Museum
“This building was built in 1860 by George Hearst as the headquarters of the Gould & Curry Mining Company Office and later purchased by John Mackay, one of the “Silver Kings.” Between 1860 and 1950, bars of gold bullion were sold directly from the vault. Tour highlights include mining artifacts, original furnishings, Tiffany silver and great historical anecdotes. Season: May to October. November to April, varies; call ahead”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Bar
“Lively, fun place with live bands on weekends. Historic building and setting. Patrons as well as servers dress in period costumes.”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Point of Interest
“COMSTOCK GOLD MILL Virginia City’s mining history comes alive with the last fully operational stamp mill dating back to the 1860s and built by Joshua Hendy in San Francisco as a two stamp Gold Mill. See how gold was processed from ore to recovery. A narrated tour is educational and fun put there are lots of historical mining equipment in one place to see.”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Espace événementiel
“It's a must see if your staying in the area for a few days...take one of your days and drive out to Virginia City and enjoy the history of this cool town...shopping, food, saloons, gaming, museums....it's goes on and on...its a hoot!”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Bar
“ Housed in the historic Werrin Building, originally a grocery store and rooming house, Café del Rio has been serving up authentic Tex-Mex flavors since 2005. Using only fresh quality ingredients, the menu is prepared from scratch with traditional techniques and a sincere desire to please and impress. ”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Point of Interest
“Ride the train from Carson City to Virginia City or Virginia City to Gold Hill. vtrailway.com”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Restaurant de barbecue
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“Once you’ve discovered the Virginia City Jerky Company, you’ll be hooked. In 1999 Bob Williamson started Virginia City Jerky Company after getting numerous demands for his famous venison jerky. His marinade recipe and skill in creating delicious beef and venison jerky meant he soon began selling to local business in Reno-Tahoe area. In 2003 a location in Virginia City became available and the Virginia City Jerky Company and Smokehouse was born. When taking a stroll on C Street, look for the prime rib roasting on the outdoor grill and you’ll find the Jerky Company.”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Casino
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“The Delta Saloon, originally opened in 1865, is one of the oldest, most historic properties in Virginia City. It’s also home to the infamous Suicide Table. Serving hot food, cold drinks and good times, it’s one of Virginia City’s original watering holes.”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Bar
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“The Washoe Club has been called one of the most haunted locations in the west. Featured on the Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures” as well as SyFy’s “Ghost Hunters”, the building has earned its place among the elite haunted locations. Come see for yourself, memberships start as low as $20 per year and will get you access to the Crypt as well as the infamous Spiral Staircase.”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
History Museum
“Make this your first stop when you visit Virginia City! The Fourth Ward School is the last one of its kind still standing in the United States. The 1876 Second Empire, four-storied state-of-the-art wooden school preserves the real story of life in a booming Old West mining town. Built to accommodate more than 1,000 students, the sixteen classrooms retain original patina, desks, maps and books. The museum and community cultural center feature events and exhibits on alumni, local history, letter press printing and mining and has a comprehensive archive for research. Season: May to October”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Restaurant de déjeuners
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“The Canvas Cafe in Virginia City is a place where we offer local artists a place to showcase their work while offering an individualized dining experience as unique as the patron. Voted as the best Virginia City restaurant by the editors of the Reno News & Review 2018 Best of Northern Nevada, awarded by a travel guide in Le Petit Futé Petit Futé and mentioned as a place to eat in the LA Times food section three times.”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Restaurant
“An indoor/outdoor grill and saloon serving cooked-to-order hamburgers, grilled hot dogs, pulled pork sandwiches, smoked turkey and country-style pork ribs. Owner and in-house griller, Rich Connell, received his training while working for the Redding Fire Department, hence the restaurant’s namesake. Once in Virginia City, look for the outdoor seating place with shade, music and pine trees. Or just follow your nose towards the south end of town.”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
History Museum
“This museum displays the most complete collection of Comstock mining artifacts in the world as well as rare photos, lithographs and maps of the “Bonanza” period.”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande

Meilleurs restaurants

Bar
“ Housed in the historic Werrin Building, originally a grocery store and rooming house, Café del Rio has been serving up authentic Tex-Mex flavors since 2005. Using only fresh quality ingredients, the menu is prepared from scratch with traditional techniques and a sincere desire to please and impress. ”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Restaurant de barbecue
“Once you’ve discovered the Virginia City Jerky Company, you’ll be hooked. In 1999 Bob Williamson started Virginia City Jerky Company after getting numerous demands for his famous venison jerky. His marinade recipe and skill in creating delicious beef and venison jerky meant he soon began selling to local business in Reno-Tahoe area. In 2003 a location in Virginia City became available and the Virginia City Jerky Company and Smokehouse was born. When taking a stroll on C Street, look for the prime rib roasting on the outdoor grill and you’ll find the Jerky Company.”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Casino
“The Delta Saloon, originally opened in 1865, is one of the oldest, most historic properties in Virginia City. It’s also home to the infamous Suicide Table. Serving hot food, cold drinks and good times, it’s one of Virginia City’s original watering holes.”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Restaurant de déjeuners
“The Canvas Cafe in Virginia City is a place where we offer local artists a place to showcase their work while offering an individualized dining experience as unique as the patron. Voted as the best Virginia City restaurant by the editors of the Reno News & Review 2018 Best of Northern Nevada, awarded by a travel guide in Le Petit Futé Petit Futé and mentioned as a place to eat in the LA Times food section three times.”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Restaurant
“An indoor/outdoor grill and saloon serving cooked-to-order hamburgers, grilled hot dogs, pulled pork sandwiches, smoked turkey and country-style pork ribs. Owner and in-house griller, Rich Connell, received his training while working for the Redding Fire Department, hence the restaurant’s namesake. Once in Virginia City, look for the outdoor seating place with shade, music and pine trees. Or just follow your nose towards the south end of town.”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Bar
“The Palace Restaurant is a local’s favorite. Serving patrons for more than 15 years, the building was once the Territorial Enterprise office. The Palace offers a full lunch menu consisting of salads, sandwiches, sirloin burgers and they are famous for mouth-watering Reuben sandwiches. Full premium bar includes premium drafts and all the well options imaginable.”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande
Restaurant
“A well-known and sought-after Virginia City venue, The Cider House is located at Edith Palmer’s Country Inn, surrounded by an ambient and historic environment. Meals are prepared to perfection and offer a dining experience in a stone room with a large fireplace. During warmer months, outside dining is available.”
  • 1 personne du coin recommande

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