Mayberry Landing 
3892 Mayberry Drive  
Reno, NV  89519 
(775 787-8226 (taco) 

Welcome


"Buenos Grill is the place I'm goin' go for an ice cold beer and a fish taco!"

  • Winter Slide Series Jan. 15-Mar. 4
  • Winter Slide series 7 p.m. every Wednesday
  • Fresh & Healthy Mexican Food
  • Family friendly atmosphere
  • locally owned 
  • vegetarian options
  • Premium Margaritas and Fine Tequila selection 
  • ice cold beer, many micro-brews, mexican imports, & draft
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Open 7 days a week
  • Patio Dining 
  • Serving you in Reno, since 1999, 
  • Call 775-787-8226("TACO" Phone ORDERS WELCOME!)
Buenos means good!
We take pride in offering you fresher, healthier, tastier Mexican food since 1999
Voted Best of Reno: 
1) Al fresco dining on the patio with Sierra views 
2) fish tacos, we serve three fish tacos & burritos daily
3) quick meal, service is fast yet we give full service, made from scratch quality food.
4)our delicious salsa bar. five favorites for you to savor
AAA Diamond recommended restaurant
Call 775-787-8226 for take out or for more information.

Winter Slide Series at Buenos Grill

Wednesday Evenings 7:00pm

All events are free, nightly raffle

January 14, Jeff Lock/ Mark Hammon

Join Reno based photographer Jeff Lock as he kicks off the 2015 season with “My year behind the lens”. Special guest, Mark Hammon will present breathtaking video of his travels to Glacier National Park and a visual tribute to American Flats.                                                                                                                               Proceeds: Nevada Land Trust

January 21, Jack Hursh

“Nevada Barn Heritage” Jack Hursh, a Reno native whose family has lived in Nevada for four generations, is strongly influenced by the desire to preserve images reflecting the heritage of Nevada—rugged sagebrush covered landscapes, rural life, and colorful historical architecture.  Jack's slide show will feature his photographic work documenting the barns and outbuildings of historical ranches in northern Nevada dating back to the late 1850s and 1860s.

Proceeds: Nevada Westerners Corral

January 28, Anthony Frabbiele

“Summits to Caves, Exploring the World’s National Parks” Retelling adventures everywhere from the summit of Aconcagua at 22,841 feet above sea level to 282 feet below sea level in Death Valley, adventurer/photographer Anthony Frabbiele takes you on a journey to national parks around the world. He will take you on travels from the peaks and plains of Tanzania to the alpine landscape of Argentina and back home through our own US National Park System exploring the caves, canyons, deserts, wildlife and peaks of these amazing places. 

Proceeds: Washoe County Sheriff’s Hasty Team

February 4, Ryan Salm

Join Tahoe based photographer Ryan Salm for an amazing presentation which leads the viewer through the festival streets, packed with millions of pilgrims amongst thousands of naked Sadhu (Hindu holy men). From there the journey proceeds with a dip in the Ganges on Hinduism's most auspicious day and straight into inflating standup paddle boards and paddling on faith down one of the dirtiest, "most pure" rivers on the planet. The team lived by the river, stayed with families and has stories sure to enlighten your wildest dreams.

Proceeds: Friends of Nevada Wilderness

 

February 11, Dave Nettle

“Big Wall climbing in Yosemite”

Join local climber/adventurer Dave Nettle on the ascent this past June with Todd Burks on the west side of El Capitan via a route called “Never Never Land”.                                                                                                          Proceeds: Nevada Land Trust

 

February 18, Sam Roberts

 "Adventures and Landscapes in California's Wilderness" Sam's passion for wilderness has brought an intimacy with wild places that continues to be the foundation of his photography. His climbing adventures have taken him from the granite walls of Yosemite Valley to the summit of 24,580-foot Noshaq in Afghanistan.   

Proceeds: Friends of Black Rock Desert

 

February 25, Mark Vollmer

 “Photography Routes up Sierra Peaks”

From Sierra Buttes in the north to Mt. Whitney in the south, photographer Mark Vollmer has climbed over 150 Sierra Nevada peaks, bringing back evocative images of his experiences. Mark’s slide show will illustrate how to create memorable photographs of your own whether you summit via trail or off-trail scrambling.

Proceeds: Great Basin Outdoor School

 

March 4, Dick Benoit

Join semi-retired geothermal geologist Dick Benoit who has been lucky enough to travel and work in a wide variety of scenically and historically interesting countries and carry around a camera to help document and remember these fascinating places. Dick will talk about the 2014 boat trip from Ushuaia-Falklands-South Georgia Island-Elephant Island-Antarctic Peninsula.  Proceeds: Friends of Nevada Wilderness

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