Old Genoa Saloon - All Around Reno
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Old Genoa Saloon

The Genoa Bar was first opened for business in 1853, as Livingston’s Exchange. A year later it was renamed Fettic’s exchange, after its new owner, Frank Fettic. The saloon was a first class gentleman’s saloon in those days, serving fine wines, liquor, and cigars. The bar’s only source of heat is from its wood stove, and despite many a rough-and-tumble evening, the rumors of someone being killed in the bar are untrue.

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The Virtual-reality panorama (above), was done by Baxter Harris and Howard Goldbaum.