Summer Dinner Concert Series Returns for a 14th Year! Wild River Grille Celebrates 14 Years Of Business This June With Live Music Nightly
Front row seats to behold the beautiful Truckee River and the ambiance of the Riverwalk are just one of the reasons to visit Wild River Grille this summer. The popular riverside restaurant will fill the summer months with live music on their patio nightly, and the return of the popular weekly fundraiser, Dinner with your Dog.
June 1 kicks off the annual Summer Dinner Concert Series, which runs through the end of September and features live regional musicians performing for guests on the riverside patio from nightly. A wide variety of musical genres is offered to complement the restaurant’s outdoor dining experience, including flamenco guitar performances by Milton Merlos, the sultry jazz vocals of Erika Paul, tickling of the ivories by Colin Ross, skilled songwriters Eric Andersen and Tyler Stafford, and acoustic duo Mel Wade and Gia, just to name a few.
Visit WildRiverGrille.com for a full summer events schedule or call 775-284-7455 for more information. The restaurant is located at 17 South Virginia Street in downtown Reno, and open seven days a week beginning at 11 a.m.
Dedicated to the arts, animals and giving back to the community, Wild River Grille also partners with, local nonprofits frequently throughout the year to make a positive impact far beyond their plating.
For information about Wild River Grille, visit www.wildrivergrille.com, email email@example.com or call (775) 284-7455.
About the Wild River Grille
Located on the RiverWalk in Downtown Reno, Wild River Grille is an award-winning contemporary restaurant with nature-inspired influences, a full bar and expansive riverside patio. Situated in the historic Riverside Artist Lofts Building. We serve lunch and dinner 7 days a week starting at 11:00 am. Our dining menu features both traditional and innovative cuisine, while our bar prepares incredible hand-crafted cocktails featuring fresh squeezed juices and liquor infusions.