The Reno Aces Baseball Club, Triple-A Affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks, was purchased in 2007 by SK Baseball, led by Managing Partner Stuart Katzoff. The team began play in downtown Reno in 2009, and drew half a million fans during its inaugural season, finishing with the third-best record in the 16-team Pacific Coast League. The club's downtown ballpark is the anchor of an exciting Freight House District that includes retail, dining and nightlife venues.
FREIGHT HOUSE DISTRICT
The sports bar, a full-service restaurant and bar located down the left-field line on the suite level of Aces Ballpark, will offer a full menu of appetizers and entrees, including Pan Seared Salmon, Blackened Skirt Steak, XXX Wings and the Black & Bleu Burger. The sports bar, set to open on April 8, gives patrons a chance to see the baseball game right from their seat inside the bar or from a supplementary outdoor patio.
Duffy's is an ale house that will also offer an extensive dining selection for lunch or dinner, including Ale Steamed Mussels, hand-crafted pizzas and a Single-Malt Butterscotch Crème Brulee. Duffy's will carry more than 50 beers on the menu, and also will be open for the Aces' April 8 Opening Day.
The 250 Lounge is a restaurant and music venue, which will feature a Cajun-style menu including Crispy Fried Oysters, Spice Blackened Tuna and a Muffuletta Salad with a New Orleans olive mix.
On the ground floor of the Freight House District will be Arroyo Mexican Grill, a high-end Mexican restaurant with three locations currently in California. Arroyo Mexican Grill will feature more than 100 tequilas and patio seating for patrons to enjoy.
The Freight House District also features an outdoor plaza area, which includes a full-service bar. Patrons can drink and dine outside on the furniture positioned beneath a large translucent roof structure. Patrons can move freely between each establishment and the outdoor plaza once inside the complex.
VP, Communications & Baseball Operations