Voted Best Family Restaurant by the local media, this restaurant offers a warm and friendly atmosphere with exceptional cuisine and service. For breakfast, try the Mountain Man Omelet with country sausage, red onions and tomatoes. The lunch menu features Grilled Pork Chops and a Rib Eye Steak Sandwich. For an unusual appetizer, try the Jalapeno-Spiked Wild Boar. A great dinner choice is the New Zealand Orange Roughy. Cocktails and wine are available.
Internationally-known Chef Jean-Pierre Doignon trained at Lameloise and won the coveted award of 'Best Apprentice of France'. His career continued in major cities throughout the world and now he delights patrons of this fine eatery. The prix-fixe menu is an exceptional five-course dinner. 'Le Grand Dessert' is a variety of different taste sensations such as Raspberry Tartelette and Almond Creme Anglaise. Cocktails and excellent wines are also available.
This 100-year-old building was once owned by the wealthy founder of the Schlage Lock Company, and played host to many notable guests including Sir Winston Churchill. The property has been brought back to its former glory with turn-of-the-century decor honoring the Old West. You might choose the Flame Broiled Ahi or the Applewood Smoked Pork Ribs. The wine list features fine California selections in the moderate price range. Enjoy the Sunday Jazz Brunch featuring Smoked Salmon and Rainbow Trout.
For a casual evening out, give this place a try. Enjoy a cocktail or two inside this comfortable tavern while enjoying a view of Lake Tahoe or relax at one of the tables situated on the banks of the Truckee River. The kitchen offers excellent chicken and beef barbecued just the way you order it. Try the Bridgetenders Burger barbecued to perfection and served with your choice of side items. Cocktails and beer are available to quench your thirst.
The building in which this restaurant resides was built in 1889. Now this Tahoe City restaurant and owner/chef Douglas Dale are noted nationally for fine cuisine. Chef Dale apprenticed at the Seventh Inn in Boston under the fine tutelage of Chef Hirosi Hayashi. The menu is seasonal cuisine with an emphasis on the freshest of seafood dishes. Excellent, moderately-priced wines will complement your meal.
This restaurant, located on a stunning long pier overlooking Lake Tahoe, is a quintessential lakeside haven, complete with a romantic ambiance that comes alive under the stars and unforgettable views. This one-of-a-kind restaurant is named after Garfield Wood, who made a name for himself in the boating industry from the 1920s to the 1940s. The mahogany interior of the restaurant is reminiscent of Lake Tahoe's wooden boat era, and huge, floor-to-ceiling windows provide a spectacular view of the pier and waterfront. The Fish Tacos are a popular choice on the menu, and the Lobster Shrimp Bisque is highly recommended by regular customers.
The Sprouts Cafe takes pride in their all natural menu which dictates specials made using only organic ingredients, thereby promoting a healthy lifestyle. The cafe has a cozy interior which is furnished with simple chairs and tables that can accommodate smaller groups. They also have a beautiful patio where larger groups can eat without any hassle. Everything on their menu is just under a dollar and some of the must-try specials here include Avocado & Cream Cheese sandwich, Turkey sandwich, Bagel Sandwich, House Salad, Classic Burrito, Tuna Melt and the Baked Tofu Bowl. Any order at the Sprouts Cafe is incomplete without smoothies and they have creations like Strawberry Smoothie, Peach Smoothie and The Energizer on offer.
J. T. Basque Bar & Dining Room has been serving the local community since its establishment in the year 1955. The inn actually dates all the way to the late 19th Century when it was opened in an old Victorian building and has been a relaxing spot for travelers for more than a century now. Today, the family-run Basque restaurant, which is into its second generation of owners, is a local favorite for family meals and celebrations. Come here to enjoy delicacies like Sweetbreads, Roasted Rabbit, Pigs Feet with Tripe and Basque Chicken.
This marvelous restaurant is located in the clubhouse of the Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course. The views of the lake and golf course are outstanding from any table. First-class food and service make for an enjoyable dining experience. As with most restaurants at the lake, seafood is always a specialty. However, this eatery also serves exotic dishes such as Roast Loin of Elk and an excellent Ostrich Medallion appetizer. The wine list has a bountiful assortment with prices in the moderate range.