Bistro Napa is an excellent restaurant that would do well in any location, it just happens to be in a hotel casino. We were 3 people for dinner & it was fabulous. They have a nice wine & cocktail program. Not craft cocktails though, I don't know if Reno is on board yet with the whole craft cocktail & beer program, I didn't notice house made bitters or other exotic ingredients like we have in Atlanta, ga.
We had good glasses of wine from their list. It was a bit overpriced, but not horrible. I had a delicious Cabernet for like $15 a glass. I pay about the same in Atlanta. My wife had a Pinot Grigio, good & not overpriced.
For apps we had the Shrimp cocktail, which were 5 big shrimp for $19. Usually you only get 3 shrimp. That was a nice surprise.
Entrees included Steaks( same as on the menu at their sister steakhouse across the hallway). 28 day dry aged beef, my wife loved her steak. I had the special,of the evening, Halibut. It was excellent with delicious sides. All the prices were only about $2 more per dish than we pay in Atlanta. No big deal.
Dessert was very good, Greek donuts(like donut holes) with several dipping sauces, & a huge slice of strawberry shortcake, both delicious.
The service from the wait staff was professional & not intrusive. Excellent service. I saw another reviewer had bad service, but I did not see that at all on my visit.
Also when you sit down, they serve excellent bread & butter. I could've ate the whole thing, luckily I was able to control my impulses.
Overall, Bistro Napa is a great restaurant, a bit expensive, but you get what you pay for.