RENO, Nev. (Feb. 24, 2023) – Following the recent renovation of the Grand Bowling Center, Grand Sierra Resort (GSR) is excited to announce the opening of the Crossfire Bar & Grill. Conveniently located alongside the newly resurfaced lanes, the Crossfire Bar & Grill features an all-new menu, ample bar, booth and table seating, multiple screens and a pool table for guests to enjoy.
The new menu features a wide selection of casual fare including appetizers, pizza, hotdogs, soups, salads, cold sandwiches and specialty sandwiches and burgers like a reuben supreme featuring shaved corned beef, grilled onions, chopped bacon, provolone cheese, tangy house dressing, served on sourdough baguette with sauerkraut or the signature Crossfire Double Burger made with two all-beef patties, melty American cheese, house made special sauce, topped with burger classics and served on a brioche bun. Also on the menu are sweet treats like fried churro served with caramel sauce and brownie sundae with whipped cream, chocolate sauce and nuts.
The updates to the Grand Bowling Center follow more than $55 million in capital improvements throughout the casino resort last year including the addition of the Kingpin VIP Lanes & Lounge, an all new luxury bowling experience at GSR.
Since assuming ownership of GSR in 2011, Alex Meruelo has invested more than $330 million in resort upgrades. Nearly every inch of the property has been enhanced, including renovations to GSR’s 2,000 hotel rooms and casino floor; a transformation of The Pool, a year-round outdoor oasis; renovations of its 200,000 square feet of meeting and convention space; an all-new Infinity High Limit game room; an applauded renovation of its historic Grand Theatre; the creation of the wildly popular LEX Nightclub; the addition of northern Nevada’s largest race and sports book; enhancements to the front porte-cochere; new restaurants like the addition of Reno's first Chickie’s & Pete’s, voted ESPN’s No. 1 sports bar in America and more.