Business and Economy

Abe Zetooney

Abraham Zetooney was a near penniless immigrant in 1912. En route to Los Angeles he stopped in Reno and never left. He saved enough money to build the fashionable El Cortez Hotel and died a millionaire.

Gold 'N Silver Inn

The Gold 'N Silver's motto is simple: “Like home, we never close.”

Located on Fourth Street near Keystone Avenue in Reno, Gold 'N Silver is known for being open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, no matter what the weather looks like outside. Since it first opened its doors, the restaurant has become the place for state legislators to drink coffee while talking politics and for parents to take their children out for dinner.


Subscribe to Business and Economy