Lakeside Casino Tavern Bar →  October 6, 2009

Tavern Bar, located on the lower floor of Lakeside Casino amongst the slots and 24 plasma TVs complete with satellite sports package, boasts 12 beers on tap and 20 plus bottles, with a majority of these brews priced at $3. Lakeside offers some of the cheapest beer in town, and for this reason, it is said, “every hour is happy hour at Lakeside.”

Steamers Bar & Grill →  October 6, 2009

This small, yet comfortable, rustic watering hole, made more spacious in the summer by a backyard beer garden, is a local favorite especially on jam-packed taco nights. Needless to say, the cheese-loaded tacos are killer! It is obvious that customer service is number one priority at Steamers.

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→  October 6, 2009

Roll with the glitz and glam in this, nothing short of, Vegas-style club. Scantily clad go-go dancers atop catwalks will visually entertain you, while in-the-know DJ’s, spinning the latest and greatest of classic club beats, will keep your heart thumping and feet stomping.

Blue Water Bistro →  October 6, 2009

Right off Timber Cove’s boardwalk, Blue Water Bistro has one of the best views of Mount Tallac’s omniscient presence over Lake Tahoe. This plant-infested, modern dining facility, decked with artwork, has a romantic outdoor patio where customers can enjoy bistro plates of fresh seafood, organic salads, all natural poultry, filet mignon, and lobster from a French-infused carte du jour.

The Cantina Bar & Grill →  October 6, 2009

This sizzling Mexican eatery brings light to the phrase “Viva la Fiesta!” Boasting a 10-year status as Tahoe’s best Mexican restaurant, as well as, local’s choice for best margaritas, why would you go anywhere else for tasty tacos, burritos, tostadas, enchiladas, and not to mention, a selection of over 30 beers at a full-service bar, featuring three sports televisions that will graciously be tuned to your favorite game?

Bistro Danielle →  October 6, 2009

Maybe it was the dim lighting, or the quaintness of a French country-inspired interior, or quite possibly it was the down-to-earth attitudes of the bartender and owner – whether it was one of these perceptions or the whole package, Bistro Danielle’s ambiance left me at ease.

Wing Street →  October 4, 2009

Wing Street, Pizza Hut’s Siamese twin, supplements deep-dish pizza with bold, spicy wings, 14 TV’s for game night, free wifi for Fantasy Football, and a great selection of beer.

Brother’s Bar & Grill →  October 4, 2009

Step into biker-friendly Brother’s Bar and Grill which attracts sports-rowdy locals on game nights and country/rock-music fans on free live music evenings.

Sam’s Place →  October 4, 2009

Address 611 Hwy 50 Zephyr Cove, NV 89448 (775) 588-2844 http://www.samsplacetahoe.com/ Overview Sam’s Place, “The Oldest Tavern in South Lake Tahoe”, established in 1971, draws in a mixture of locals and tourists after a day at nearby Heavenly’s slopes or boisterous Zephyr Cove beach. The walls of this historic hideaway are plastered with old-fashioned snowshoes, skis, sleds and photographs [...]

Whiskey Dick’s →  October 4, 2009

Whiskey Dick’s functions as the rebellious, punk-rock teenager of South Lake Tahoe’s bar brigade. Let your adolescent angst and edgy attitude radiate in this venue, as you prowl the pool tables, dart boards, and pinball machines.




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