They've got famous wood fired pizzas, and Brew Brother's was voted "Best Brew Pub" in America by Nightclub and Bar Magazine. This is an ideal place for food, drinks, and entertainment -- who couldn't use a little rock show with their pub grub?
Driving down Glendale Avenue in Sparks, you might not even know it exists, but if you get within twenty feet of the restaurant, the barbecue aroma makes its presence known. The company specializes in shredded pork, ribs, and catfish and is a yearly contender in Sparks’ Rib Cook-off. Fridays feature an all-you-can-eat Fish Fry, their most popular event.
A popular haunt on Sparks Victorian Avenue, this brewery known for its "Icky" IPA and great food hosts bands and soloists with a classic rock, jam band and alternative flavor, from acoustic to moderately noisy.
The Manhattan Deli inside the Atlantis is more than just a deli. This 160-seat full-service restaurant offers casual dining with New York ambiance. The rotunda-shaped eating area is highlighted by a ceiling designed like the crown of the Statue of Liberty. Many photos of New York landmarks line the back wall. The menu offers a tremendous variety of hot and cold sandwiches, soups, salads and dinner entrees. Sliced-to-order meats and cheeses trays are available for take-out. Finish off your meal with some ice cream or a pastry from the dessert menu.
The Peppermill's seafood restaurant, Oceano, is an underwater paradise (but not literally, of course). The decor is a spectacular sight with a massive curved fish tank that is home to brightly colored coral, custom jellyfish lights hanging from the ceiling, blue neon lights shaped like huge waves, and a myriad sea creatures throughout the large space.