(Closed) Romantic Tahoe Restaurants

posted 10 years ago in Reno/Lake Tahoe
Post # 3
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Newbee
  • Wedding: May 2009

FH and his family rave about the Lone Eagle Grille (although I haven’t had a chance to go there yet!!)  It has lake views, great drinks and great food.  It is part of the Hyatt in Incline Village.  Christy Hill (in North Lake) was voted "most romantic restaurant" by the SF chronicle (although I don’t actually know what year).  I also found Cafe Fiore (in South Lake) on a list that features "best places to kiss in Nor Cal"…

 Of course there is always Sunnyside (our wedding venue)…which I would definitely recommend for Sunday brunch and/or dinner.  It is cute with lake views and really good food.  I’m not sure whether you want something a bit fancier, but it is cute.

 

Hope this gets you started! 

Post # 4
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2009

Are you going to be North, West, South Shore, Incline?  That will help me give you some recs.  I love Plumpjacks at Squaw Valley.  There’s Pianetta in Truckee.  Dragonfly in Truckee.  Moody’s is also a nice restaurant and they play some jazz music on Thursday through Saturday.

 

I definitely know Truckee better than the rest of Tahoe… but there are some really nice restaurants in Tahoe City area too. 

Post # 6
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2009

I don’t know that area quite as well.  If you guys are planning to go to Truckee or Tahoe City, I have plenty of suggestions though!  Have fun!

Post # 7
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2008

I second the Lone Eagle. It’s at the Hyatt in Incline Village which is about 30 minutes from stateline.

19 Kitchen Bar & Restaurant is at the top of Harvey’s in Stateline has a really nice view of the Lake.

There is also Jake’s on the Lake at Tahoe City which is very nice.

Post # 8
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Newbee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I’m not as familiar with State Line, but Truckee is a great ilttle mountain town–cute little stores, retaurants, etc.  I’d second Moody’s there, great food and drinks, and live jazz.  I also really like Sunnyside–great big deck overlooking the lake in Tahoma.  Very popular, but a fun place for lunch.  Have fun!

Post # 9
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Wannabee

Stateline is where I’m getting married in May!  Actually our venue, Edgewood, has a really nice restaurant with great food, and it also has a second restaurant/bar/lounge, called Brooks, that I loved eating at for lunch.  The place is a golf course clubhouse, essentially, but its nestled through a forested area a bit and is sitting right on the water.  You don’t even realize the casinos are right near by.

If you have access to a car, definitely make time to drive either all the way around the lake (making stops to sight-see) or up the west side to Tahoe City (going past Emerald Bay where you MUST stop) or around the east side to (stopping at Sands Harbor for some lovely beaches and scenery) and to Incline where I also recommend the Lone Eagle Grill.  (That’s where we ate about an hour before I was proposed to!)

Post # 10
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Wannabee
  • Wedding: December 2010

I travel to South Lake Tahoe once or twice a year, and my favorite romantic restaurant is by far Cafe Fiore on Ski Run Blvd.  If you go, you do need to make reservations as there are only 7 tables in the entire restaurant and it is a popular place for romance!

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