When I'm in the Reno area on vacation, i take my kids to the Midway. It's okay for younger kids, which is what I have. The games are a little on the old side, but younger kids i don't think really care. I was going to eat at another place when I heard they had a buffet. It seemed like a good idea... I have worked in and with restaurants for many years, so I know what food is supposed to taste like. The dining room was dirty, as was what I could see of the kitchen. Most of the items on the line were definitely leftovers. At least make me question if the food is fresh... It was horrible. It was cheap compared to the food in the surrounding areas, but you get what you pay for.
111 Country Club DrIncline Village, NV 89451
From Business: A spectacular setting on Lake Tahoe’s north shore with 500 feet of private, lakefront beach. Surrounded by towering pines and mountain greenery; 35 miles to Reno/…
Best in Reno.Friendly and helpful staff.Clean Las Vegas style hotel with all the extras. 2 Gift shops,barber shop,several restaurants.Best buffet I have ever eaten at anywhere. My favorite casino.Well spaced slot machines and a large table game area with a large variety of games.Also has a poker room with nightly tournaments and a great comedy club.It also has a choice of bars on both levels.It's best feature is the boardwalk on the second level that connects it to Circus Circus on the north and the Eldorado on the south without leaving the indoors.
I frequent this casino every time I am in Reno. They are remarkably kid friendly for a casino- they treated my children very well, as opposed to some of the other casinos I've been to. The buffet, Flavors, is hands down the nicest buffet I've eaten in. A little pricey, about $20 a person, but definitely worth it. I've never had peking duck and rabbit on the line. Before you catch a show or gamble, I would suggest eating here first. That way, you can walk off all of that great food you've just had.