Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Zephyr Cove. Zephyr Cove is a census-designated place (CDP) in Douglas County, Nevada, United States. The population was 565 at the 2010 census. Prior to 2010 it was part of the Zephyr Cove–Round Hill Village CDP.
Things to do in Zephyr Cove
4 based on 109 reviews
This small family friendly hole cooks up a mean brunch. The rum French toast was uniquely delicious and crumbled in my mouth. The various pancakes (fruit and macadamia nuts) and crepes were equally tasty. Combined with friendly attentive service, I highly recommend this place for coffee and/or brunch.
4 based on 141 reviews
We went here for dinner on a Saturday night and they were busy however I don't think that an excuse for how long it took us to get our meals and have an expensive unenjoyable the meals were. Kids had omelettes, they were nice. Hubby and I went for the New York strip steak. Vegetables were frozen vegetables that were reheated. The entire meal was tasteless, we should have saved our money and gone elsewhere. Service was poor and the waiter had no idea which kids meals were which. Find somewhere else for dinner.
3 based on 371 reviews
Very spacious and roomy cafe. It looked almost too simple. I love the little "river" that runs through the restaurant but I do think some "greenery" would improve the appearance of this place. Service was very quick and the food was brought out in no time. Excellent french toast, and biscuits and gravy. I think the price was fair for what we got.
4 based on 316 reviews
Beautiful scenery across the street. Lake Tahoe at its finest. Service was very quick and friendly. I had the monte cristo. It was superb. Very fresh and really tasty. Bathrooms very clean as was the restaurant Loved all the bears (stuffed ones) placed around the cafe. Weâll go back.
4 based on 709 reviews
For a healthy, âgranolaâ kind of food place, what I got was quite tasty and Iâd be happy to go again and try something new. Thereâs a lot of cheese/dairy on the menu which made me frown and I ordered the egg salad sandwich as it appeared to be the safest for me even though it said it used yoghurt instead of mayo. It didnât look anything thing like your normal egg salad sandwich, but it was very tasty. A thick layer of super fresh cabbage, a tick layer of super fresh shaved carrots, a thin layer of egg salad, a thin layer of avocado. Light, fresh, yummy, and unexpected. My friend got a tofu bowl that she liked. Someone in line in front of us said he really likes the nachos.
4 based on 1118 reviews
We had been camping in Tahoe and decided to go into town for breakfast. My wife had eaten here years before and wanted to try it. Really small, older restaurant. Very friendly staff. Nice menu, reasonable prices (for Tahoe). The food came out quickly even though the place was packed, hot and fresh. I had the French Toast and bacon, which was delicious. A nice place to eat but only open for breakfast and lunch.
4 based on 303 reviews
Wife ordered their signature Peanut Butter Cheeseburger and loved it. I had an omelette which was very good. Solid food, decent prices for a tourist location.
4 based on 1277 reviews
My friend suggested this place through Google and it was an amazing start to our day. I got the white chicken chili omelette and we ordered a blueberry pancake to split. It was amazing. The service was friendly and helpful. They have herbal teas and my friend's hot chocolate was amazing! I am lactose intolerant so I only took a sip, but it made me wish I could have more. It is moderately priced, but well worth the money you pay. I would recommend this place as a must visit.
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