Nestled along the northern shores of Lake Tahoe, Incline Village is a paradise for adventurers, offering exhilarating activities the whole year through. The surrounding Sierra Nevada thrives in winter, drawing flocks of snow-lovers to Diamond Peak’s groomed runs and glade skiing. The same peaks provide secluded and challenging hikes in the summer months. Tahoe itself is the place to unwind. Although some beaches are open only to residents, there are numerous public beaches to dip your feet in.
Things to do in Incline Village
4.5 based on 203 reviews
Small fine dining restaurant on the back streets of incline village. Country french decor with exquisite food from Locally established Chef Carolyn Newman.
We have been going to this restaurant regularly for the last 10 years. This year it has changed management and the service is now atrocious. We waited over 60 minutes for our main course. We were celebrating our 33rd anniversary and were very disappointed. The server and management were not in any way apologetic. In fact they were extremely rude when we complained. We will not be patronizing Le Bistro in the future.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
I can't say this is the best coffee shop because this is the only coffee shop that we could find in the area. The coffee was good and the service was excellent. The two baristas were funny, friendly, and creative. Really enjoyable experience!!
4 based on 38 reviews
Incline's only spot to quench your sweet tooth! Open Year Round! Voted Best Ice Cream Shop in North Lake Tahoe!Ice cream (28 flavors) featuring locally made ice cream, frozen yogurt, smoothies, shaved ice (18 flavors), shakes & malts (any flavors), floats, hand-dipped waffle cones, specialty sundaes, pints to go, & ice cream cakes!Decorated like an old-fashioned ice cream shop!Indoor seating, plus an outside patio during the spring, summer, & fall.Open late as soon as the weather stays warm; usually til 10:00pm all summer long!
After hours swimming and sunbathing it fells so good to treat yourself to some delicious ice cream. Half of their flavors are premium manufactured and the other half are homemade. The have ice cream, Frozen yogurt, Smoothies and Shave Ice. You can also have Sundaes and Shakes.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
A friend read about this place in the newspaper in Las Vegas. Ernie is an amazing man and he can really bake. His specialty is the poppie strudle. The eclair was out of this world. Make sure you try this place when in the area.
4.5 based on 319 reviews
Bite Restaurant & Bar is an American tapas restaurant in North Lake Tahoe.
I had the fish tacos which were great. They were just the right size and very flavorful and there was just enough zip I didn't need hot sauce. I also had the jalapeño mack & cheese and what I liked was it wasn't overly loaded with jalapeños. For desert I had the ice cream sandwiches and they were small scoops of ice cream in between two homemade chocolate chip cookies. The cocktails looked great. It's definitely a place to go to share with two or more people.
4 based on 29 reviews
Perfect place to stop for a coffee when driving around the lake. Drinks and staff were good. Plenty of parking Bathroom was clean.. The floors inside were a little dirty but the quick internet made up for it. They have a fireplace as well.
4.5 based on 894 reviews
Lone Eagle Grille offers guests luxurious lakeside dining and world class cuisine prepared by Chef de Cuisine, Shane Hammett. Highlights include an open-show kitchen, wine wall featuring more than 600 bottles of wine, and service at our outdoor lakeside firepits. Enjoy light bites and drinks in our lounge, or opt for a high-end dining experience in the splendor of Lone Eagle Lounge.
Lone Eagle never disappoints--especially at lunchtime. Artfully designed items with a variety of menu choices make it difficult indeed to make decisions. After obsessing between a burger, a salad, a pasta, etc. I usually choose the scallops or other seafood which are always perfectly cooked. Desserts are a necessary indulgence too. What makes it completely satisfying and enjoyable is the professional yet friendly service. On this day my friends and I were lucky to have the service of Bryan and Jess. Both were attentive and efficient while going "that extra mile" with any request. Whether dining solo or with friends this is my go-to place at Lake Tahoe.
4.5 based on 239 reviews
Always great tacos, even if you have to wait 15 minutes for a seat. It’s a legendary spot in Incline, not fancy, sort of a joint. The food is always good. We go there often for lunch.
4.5 based on 101 reviews
Friendly fast service. Perfect on your way to or from enjoying your day at Tahoe. Coffee and espresso drinksBreakfast sandwiches and burritos.Assorted pastries, Bagels.Hot panini style sandwiches as well as traditional sandwiches.We have a great rueben sandwich!Vegetarian sandwiches and wraps.Smoothies. Beer on tap.
Tunnel Creek is a rustic cabin café very conveniently situated near the Flume trail (a bicycle trail) and a number of hiking paths. the cafe is open to 6 pm on the weekend and 5 pm on other days. Breakfast is served until noon. For breakfast there are burritos, bowls, eggs, and pancakes in various combinations. The lunch menu consists of sandwiches and salads. Besides a cup of java, there are cappuccinos, lattes, espressos, soy milk, etc. And there is beer, on tap, in bottles, or in cans. Service was prompt and very cordial. The dining room is small but there is also an outdoor patio. There is a large parking lot.
4.5 based on 78 reviews
Family-owned since 1935, Raley's, Bel Air and Nob Hill Foods are proud to serve you at over 110 locations in Northern California and Nevada.When you shop with us, you can expect: • Award-winning service • Clean, organized stores • Locally-grown produce and floral • Fine meats and seafood • Natural and organic foods • Fresh bakery • Deli and sandwich bar • Wine, beer and spirits
This is an outstanding Grocery Store!
They just put a new floor in. Simply gorgeous! If your kids get a little board, steel a pack of crayons and start writing in the floor.. don't worry, it wipes right up. You can then move on to the felt pen section.
Eggs, oh my! Talk about fresh eggs. There is a Huge Chicken pen near the back of the store. There you can pick the chicken you want the egg from. Stick a quarter in the machine, chose your bird, color, size and presto there shoots out an egg or two from the gum ball machine. There is also a button in there if your actually hungry and you can get scrambled, poached, or simply a raw egg in a cup to sip on while your shopping. It's an incredible experience.
Next walk down the booze isle. Here I'm not sure about. One bottle of Vodka is $45.60 if you buy 14 bottles of Vodka it's $14.99 per ounce... Savings?? Do the math!
Next you move on to the freezer section. In this section you have a wide variety of options. Frozen, Semi frozen, Hot n steamy, and air dried w a little salt and pepper for tastes. Nothing like Vanilla ice cream w a little salt and pepper, not only taste good but the texture is outstanding!! Got to try it!
That's all for the tips of the day. Stay tuned for what's in STORE for tomorrow!!
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