Bars in South Lake Tahoe

Chevy’s Fresh Mex →  September 29, 2009

At Chevy’s, everyday can be your pseudo-birthday and justifiably, everyday you can model a big, goofy sombrero, compliments of Chevy’s cheery wait staff. Spice up your fiesta on Sunday Funday, with tableside guacamole service, meaning the guacamole is handmade at your table, letting you be the judge of how hot it is.

Fox and Hound Bar & Grill →  September 29, 2009

Nestled in the Nevada side of Heavenly Mountain Resort, near Stagecoach and the Tahoe Rim Trail, this snug hideaway atop Kingsbury grade attracts a chatty, outdoorsy crowd – skiers, snowboarders, backpackers, hikers, mountain bikers, and of course, burly, bantering mountain men.

Off The Hook →  September 29, 2009

“Eat it fresh … eat it raw … eat it …” is Off the Hook’s signature motto. You don’t have to tell me twice … or three times! With a palate accustomed to off-the-boat, pricey sushi, sashimi and seafood from San Francisco, this easy-on-the-pocket sushi joint not only meets, but exceeds my taste buds’ expectations.

Rojo’s Restaurant & Bar →  September 29, 2009

Get a taste of Tahoe’s roots with a visit to Rojo’s rustic tavern. Weather-aged pine walls, a granite rock fireplace, and on-display photographs from the early 1930’s, remind guests of old Tahoe. Enjoy family-friendly lunches and dinners, remembering to order some barbeque ribs, voted “Best of Tahoe” year after year.

Turn 3 Peanut Bar →  September 29, 2009

Past-time car racer and owner, Sarah, bought Turn 3 at the ripe age of 21 with one phrase in mind – “Tahoe’s original NASCAR bar.” Today, this local’s hot-spot is decked with NASCAR paraphernalia, neon-signs, pool tables, 16 TVs, a popcorn machine and a colorful bar amidst piles of cracked peanut shells.

The Divided Sky →  September 29, 2009

The Divided Sky originally opened as a local hangout for the friendly, laid-back residents of Meyers, neighboring town to South Lake Tahoe, and it stays true to its initial intentions.

Murphy’s Irish Pub and Rockwater Restaurant →  September 29, 2009

As expected of any Irish pub, the folk are friendly; the wait staff is knowledgeable about their in-house beers and home-cooked Irish dishes; the atmosphere is warm and inviting.

The Fresh Ketch →  September 29, 2009

Located at the Tahoe Keys Marina, Lake Tahoe’s only inland, full service marina, The Fresh Ketch has it all – delectable seafood, meat, and pasta entrees on the upper deck, as well as satiating pub-style sandwiches, soups, and salads on the ground-floor lounge.

Mo’s Place →  September 29, 2009

Mo’s offers a modern, clean and spacious site for sports-savvy families to dine, while benefiting from an impressive sports package on nine hi def projection screens. Children have a myriad of arcade games to keep busy with at this hangout, while parents can relax with a drink at the bar.

Après Wine Company →  September 22, 2009

South Lake Tahoe was in desperate need of a quality wine bar before Après Wine Company set foot on the scene, and owner JP Lonergan, a long-time, seasonal resident, knew just that!

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