This Death-Themed Tavern In Nevada Is Perfectly Macabre In All The Right Ways

Here in Nevada, nothing really surprises us anymore.

After all, our state is home to some of the kookiest attractions including an abandoned car boneyard,

The weirdest-looking man-made geyser in existence, and even a museum dedicated solely to The Mob.

However, our state never fails to whip up something new that mesmerizes us with its uniqueness.

This death-themed tavern is the perfect example.

This place is dreadfully macabre…but in a good way.

See it for yourself and enjoy some of the deadly delicious cocktails they have to offer!

Located in Reno, Death & Taxes in a one-of-a-kind tavern that’s dripping in a dreadfully macabre aesthetic.

This death-themed bar is definitely a unique experience that you’ll want to try out.

The tavern first opened in 2013 and it’s been heralded as one of the most creative drinking experiences in Reno ever since.

As you walk in, you’ll notice various shades of black covering everything,

Along with Victorian-style furniture and chandeliers to complete the old-fashioned look.

Simply put, this place resembles what would happen if the Gothic and Western styles got together and had a baby.

However, it totally works.

The atmosphere is bound to draw you in, but it’s the drinks that truly make this place stand out.

Their list of signature cocktails is updated frequently and features seasonal ingredients, house-made syrups, and creative infusions.

They also boast a rotating wine and beer selection.


Death & Taxes represents an effort in the cocktail scene to truly elevate the drinking experience.

These aren’t just your typical cocktails.

Made with unique flavors and ingredients that seem to meld together perfectly and crafted with precision,

These drinks are more like miniature works of art.

Of course, the drinks have whimsically dark names to match the tavern’s aesthetic.

Try their signature selections with funky names like The Black Gates, Death’s Mule, and Dead & Lovely.

The tavern doesn’t serve food, but if your stomach starts grumbling you can always head over to Midtown Eats next door.

They’re even owned by the same people!

Knock on death’s door and pay a visit to Death & Taxes soon.

You’ll find Death & Taxes at 26 Cheney St, Reno, NV 89501.

They are open from 2:00 pm to 12:00 am Monday through Saturday and from 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm on Sunday.

Tales from the darkside

 Police identified the couple found dead inside an apartment on Tuesday as Mark and Debbie Constantino, local paranormal investigators featured in the Travel Channel hit series Ghost AdventuresIn what police believe is a related incident, a third person was found dead in a home in northwest Reno.

The Constantinos were found inside their daughter’s apartment near Sparks High School.

SWAT teams from both Reno and Sparks police surrounded the Courtside Gardens Apartments, evacuated the complex and put it on lockdown.

Police began their investigation shortly after 6:30 a.m. when a woman arrived at a home in Escalera Court to find her male roommate dead inside, Reno Police Lt. William Rulla said. His name has not been released

Police then learned that another roommate, Debbie Constantino, was missing. Officers tracked her cellphone and found her inside the apartment in Sparks with her estranged husband.

Upon arriving at the apartment, officers knocked on the door and heard several shots fired, said Reno police deputy chief Tom Robinson.

The suspect told police “give me 15 minutes to gather my thoughts or I’ll kill her,” Robinson said.

Officers said they heard a man yelling at police to leave. Officers began negotiating with the man, but eventually used explosives to blow the door open and found the couple dead inside.

Police did not say how they were killed or what kind of gun was used.

According to KRNV-TV, police said the couple had a long history of domestic violence, and Mark Constantino had allegedly kidnapped Debbie Constantino a few months ago. Records indicate he was arrested in August and booked on suspicion of domestic battery by strangulation, first-degree kidnapping and first-degree domestic battery.

The Constantinos were involved in several television programs about ghost hunting, including Ghost Adventures, police said.