The GASCON board met May 14 and determined that the club is licensed as a bar business, not a restaurant, and therefore does not meet Gov. Sisolak's Phase One guidelines for restaurants reopening with reduced capacity and strict health and safety requirements. The good news is completion of the kitchen renovation project, including a new stove and oven, which was a struggle to bring through the back door.
The German-American Social Club of Nevada remains closed during the corona virus quarantine, following the guidelines of Gov. Sisolak and the CDC, though there's some talk of opening in late May. We could have a "Lasagna Fest." Meanwhile, it's the perfect time to renovate our kitchen, starting with a fresh coat of paint. A new stove is scheduled for installation by the end of April. We hope to be up and cooking soon.
In order to protect our members and guests and to assure the future of our club, we will be temporarily closed due to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus. Please follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/GASCONVegas) and visit this website for updates. We hope to reopen in May, but our annual Maifest celebration has not been planned.
Make your reservations now for March Madness Bavarian evening featuring haxen cooked by Silvia and Haxenmeister Skip and his crew.
Haxen was specially requested for the March 7 dinner, but rouladen is also available.
The German-American Club dance group will perform, and Ginger Bruner will provide great German music.
Don't miss this special evening! Make your PREPAID reservations (rouladen $15, haxen $18) by Feb. 29 either by mail or at the club since the dinner is expected to sell out.
German-American Social Club of Nevada
Our purpose is to educate and preserve our German traditions, culture and heritage and to regularly meet in friendship welcoming both German and non-German speaking individuals to