Information and Links to Genoa Businesses
The Dancing Deer
The Dancing Deer is a charming local gift shop offering an eclectic inventory of classic and fun gift items. We have unique jewelry, gift items, purses, locally made items and unique items from around the world.
Stop by when you are in town and see all the fun, unique and handcrafted items we have in our store.
Welcome to the Genoa Bar and Saloon, Nevada's Oldest Thirst Parlor!
The Genoa Bar was built in 1853 as Livingston's Exchange, then renamed "Fettic's Exchange" in 1884. Bob and Betty Carver purchased the Genoa Bar in 1963 and ran it until they retired in 2000 and sold the bar to Willy and Cindy Webb.
The Genoa Bar still contains many of the original fixtures and many items are original to the building when it was first built in 1853. Many famous people have visited over the years. Among them, Mark Twain, Presidents Ulysses S. Grant and Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt, Carol Lombard, Clark Gable, Lauren Bacall, Richard Boone, Ron Howard, Red Skelton, Cliff Robertson, John Wayne, Walter Mathau, Clint Eastwood, James Caan, Kathy Bates, Rob Reiner, Richard Farnsworth, Raquel Welch and Ann-Margaret.
The Genoa Bar's Website has a lot more information and some great stories and cool facts about visitors to the bar.
If you are looking for a great place to have your next event, the Genoa Bar can host parties, birthdays, weddings, receptions, reunions and more. Just call us or visit our Website for more information.
If you're in Genoa, drop by and have a "cool one" soon... Bring a great bar story — we'd love to hear it!
Genoa Country Inn
Nick & Aaron Agosta
2292 Main Street
Genoa, Nevada 89411
The Genoa Country Inn is located at the foothills of the Sierra's in historic Genoa Nevada, Nevada's first settlement!
Stay with us and enjoy the many pleasures Genoa has to offer. Whether you are off on a weekend getaway or enjoying the splendor and romance of your honeymoon... you are sure to be comfortable at the Inn.
The Inn is owned and operated by two brothers, which you are sure to find quite friendly, knowledgeable and accommodating.
We have 11 spacious rooms at the Genoa Country Inn. All of which are beautifully furnished, spotless and retain the latest in amenities and wonderful views. We offer a choice of three room types: Single Queen, Double Queen, and Deluxe Suite.
Check our Website, GenoaCountryInn.com, for current pricing or give us a call, (775) 782-4500.
2299 Main Street
Genoa, Nevada 89411
The Genoa General Store building started out as a boarding house for Italian workers in Carson City in the 1880s. The building later became Dick’s Bar, and in 1976 it was moved from Carson City to 2299 Main Street, Genoa. The owners of Miller's Market in Gardnerville, refurbished the north end of the building and opened the Genoa General Store. The US Post Office leased the south end of the building to service residents in Genoa until the new post office was opened in 1999 at the corner of Foothill Road and Candy Dance Lane.
Today the historic town and the Genoa Country Store are destinations for tourists, bicyclists, runners, motorcyclists and casual Sunday drivers who wish to enjoy another piece of the beautiful Sierra Nevada and Carson Valley experience.
Today's Genoa Country Store is a warm and inviting stop on your way home from a casual weekend outing. Our new and improved market carries everything you'll need for last minute shopping. Stop by for one of our renowned deli sandwiches, or enjoy an ice cream on our spacious front porch under a shady tree. Enjoy our special Wednesday Night dinners and make sure to browse our selection of fine wines.
Drop by and see us anytime — you'll be glad you did!
Genoa Station Grille
2285 Main Street
Genoa, Nevada 89411
Welcome to the Genoa Station Grille, "The Youngest Bar in Genoa!"
We are located next to the historic Raycraft Dance Hall, now known as the Genoa Town Hall, where the first Candy Dance kicked up its heels to support the Town.
We are open for BREAKFAST, LUNCH and DINNER, 7 Days a week.
Stop in and treat yourself to a fabulous breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Gillmor Coons Real Estate Group
Chad and Gina Coons
2288 Main Street
PO Box 996
Genoa, Nevada 89411-0996
Gillmor Coons Real Estate group can assist you in all of your real estate needs from Residential, Genoa Lakes Golf Course Properties, Carson Valley Ranches, Vacant Land, Northern Nevada Industrial, Commercial Investment & 1031 Exchanges. Northern Nevada is an exciting place to live, work & play with four seasons, a temperate climate,endless recreational acitivities & a friendly tax structure. Whether you are looking to relocate or invest in Northern Nevada the Gillmor Coons website is the place to start your journey!
193 Genoa Lane
PO Box 1414
Genoa, NV 89411
The Pink House, officially known in the National Register of Historic Places as The Reese-Johnson-Finnegan House, was built in 1855. It is one of Nevada’s oldest structures, and one of 7 sites in the United States built in the Gothic Revival architecture.
Originally owned by John Reese, The Pink House served as a town hall of sorts, hosting important meetings that played an important role in Nevada separating from Utah Territory and eventually becoming a state.
In 1870, the house was purchased by local merchant J.R. Johnson and painted pink – a popular color of the time. Johnson became a very popular Genoa resident and held several public offices, including County Treasurer and Assessor.
In 1883, the house was purchased by Daniel Virgin who became the first District Attorney of Douglas County. The Virgins had 3 children, the best known being Lillian Virgin Finnegan who is credited with bringing street lights to the Town of Genoa and setting the wheels in motion for the town’s annual fundraising event, the Genoa Candy Dance.
Restored in 2015, extreme care was taken to preserve the original features of the house and follow Department of the Interior guidelines to preserve the house’s historic status. The Pink House is now a Cheese and Charcuterie shop and restaurant, featuring gourmet merchandise and a seasonal menu. We welcome visitors to stop in and become a part of our rich history.