Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Tahoe Vista. Tahoe Vista is a census-designated place located on the north shore of Lake Tahoe in Placer County, California. It is part of the Sacramento–Arden-Arcade–Roseville Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 1,433 at the 2010 census, down from 1,668 at the 2000 census.
Things to do in Tahoe Vista
4 based on 11 reviews
The owners daughter Stephanie was super nice and welcoming to us on a Saturday afternoon. She was attentive and helpful with selecting food , making drinks and telling us about the area. The food was great especially the Holy Cow burger and the hot wings. We recommend this to anyone in the area!
4 based on 292 reviews
Stopped here for dinner on way back from Virginia City. Service was mediocre as was the food. Food was more expensive here than other places and was not worth it. Wife ordered the House salad which was about 60% kale then the rest was the normal California greens with a few cherry tomatoes. No cucumbers or anything else. I had the Cuban and it was meh. I have had way better for this price range in areas that are more expensive. Also had the hop dragon and was highly disappointed. We are not the ones to be obnoxious at the restaurant but will not return if the quality and or service is lacking for the price. So we will not be returning to this establishment.
3 based on 82 reviews
Crosbyâs Tavern & Gaming has been the âLocals choiceâ for Creekside dining for over 18 years in Incline Village. The homemade menu includes fresh pub food and local favorites along with craft beers sourced from The Tahoe Basin and beyond. Enjoy the ambian
Wow...Russell was so easy to work with for a short-notice rehearsal dinner for about 20 humans and 2 dogs. We were out on the patio Friday evening and were treated to great service by Danny and a lovely young lady. Great beer selections and good food too. Very reasonable prices, especially for this area. Would definitely go back here. Especially enjoyed the fish & chips.
4 based on 154 reviews
Breakfast/Lunch from 7am - 2pm Daily. Dinner 5pm - 9pm Daily. (Closed All Day Tuesday) Til further notice
It is still hard to find restaurants with gluten-free options. Fumo was a great surprise in that they offered all their pizzas on regular dough, gluten-free options and a cauliflower crust. The pizza was great! We also had the shrimp tacos which were good. Our waitress was nice and was running around working hard.
4 based on 172 reviews
Join us at Cutthroat's, our warm and inviting sports bar and restaurant. Though we're known for our beer selection (we have rotating selections of seasonal, limited edition, and local brews), we have a full bar with creative cocktails, too. Our menu featu
We went here to watch a bit of Sunday Night Football and we heard about how great the nachos were (and they were delicious). I read here that the service was terrible. We had no such experience. Our server, Cedar, was attentive and helpful. We wanted to watch the afternoon (morning here) Steelers game but the internet said they didn't open until 5 p.m. Being a sports bar, we thought that odd during the NFL Season. But as it turns out, the internet was wrong and they are opened earlier during football season. Our loss....Steeler loss too as it turns out. We also ordered the dry rub wings which were very tasty. They have television screens throughout the bar and the symbol underneath shows what team would be showing on what screen. There are at least 16 television screens. We would go back, but sadly will be back home for the next Sunday. Thanks for swinging into Cutthroats to catch the game! It's always nice to hear from happy guests and while we're sorry to hear the Steelers couldn't manage a victory, it's great to hear that you had a good time with us all the same. We hope you'll come join us the next time you're in Tahoe on a game day!
4 based on 35 reviews
We really liked the innovative layout and concept of this eating spot in the middle of the hotel and the staff was great and food very good... but it was understaffed.We had a hard time getting consistent service. Waiters that took our order would never appear again (the food eventually would).I saw my drinks twice made at the bar waiting to be picked up by a server for over 5 minutes.Delicious food and excellent staff just be ready to wait.And for the price and a Ritz Carlton property this was disappointing.Dear mac45p, Thank you for taking your time to leave your feedback about our resort. I sincerely apologize for your disappointing experience on your recent visit to our resort. Your feedback is extremely important to me, and if you could afford the time I would appreciate the opportunity to be in touch with you directly and learn more about your experience. I may be reached directly at the resort by calling 530-562-3000. I look forward to hearing from you, Sincerely, Matthieu Barthet
4 based on 367 reviews
Bridgetender Tavern and Grill, also known as The BT, serves Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. We have outdoor patio seating in the summer along the Truckee river. Join us for the best Burgers and Bloody Marys in Lake Tahoe! Featuring all you can drink Mimosas
Obviously, a popular spot! We visited for dinner about 7 P.M., and struggled to find a parking spot. Once inside, we found the place crowded, noisy and fun, for both locals and visitors. It was certainly an upbeat atmosphere. The menu had good selections and the service friendly and quick, given how busy they were. Two of three of our meals were quite good. The third order was for split pea soup, which was not hot and too thick. the burger was great, but avoid the split pea soup.Recommended for a casual. fun lunch or dinner.
4 based on 55 reviews
From homemade pizza dough, sauces, soups and salads, we strive in making our ingredients from scratch! Join us for our Daily Specials: Meatless Monday, Italian Tuesday, Wine Wednesday, Mexican Thursday, and Fish Friday. Featuring new items every week! Hap
We didn't eat here, even though we wanted to. Walked in and there were plenty of empty tables-Quite a few actually. We were told it would be an hour and a half to get pizza as that's how long the oven takes. What??? Ridiculous. Went to Whitecaps Pizza instead and it was great (and only half hour or less for pizza and the place was packed!)
4 based on 59 reviews
The indoor portion of The Grid reminded me of a dive bar, but the outside deck was pleasant and uncrowded on a mid-week day at lunch time. We had 2 small children with us and didn't want to hang out in a dive bar! I had the sliders, and others had burgers, chicken wings and other sandwiches and we were all pleased with our selections.
4 based on 233 reviews
We had a lovely evening meal. The waiter was helpful explaining nuances in food preparation and the owner gave a wonderful wine suggestion suggestion to compliment the meal of fresh wild caught Pacific Seabass and Brick Chicken.
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