Find out what Fusion restaurants to try in Incline Village. 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.
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4 based on 227 reviews
Small fine dining restaurant on the back streets of incline village. Country french decor with exquisite food from Locally established Chef Carolyn Newman.
I have eaten at Le Bistro over 50 times the last 25 year. While it has always been excellent and one of my favorite places to eat, it did take a while for David to find his grove and bring the up to Jean Pierre's standards. We ate there Friday night and it was amazing, every course was cooked to perfection. The gnocchi- perfect, best lobster bisque I have ever tasted, the beef wellington- perfect and the dessert trio of grand marnier souffle, dark chocolate truffle and macaroon sent us home in awe. My buddy who travels extensively and eats out for a living, claimed it was the best meal he has had in years. Even Jean Pierre's famous puffed pomme frites are back and good as ever.Congratulations David, you have worked hard and it shows. If you not eaten here in a while, it definitely worth a revisit.
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 275 reviews
Creative American Dining in an Elegant Log Cabin, open since 1985 by chef/owner Charlie Soule and brother Steve
Romantic...absolutely! Delicious French cuisine...hands down!I had eaten here only once with a girl friend, now I wanted my husband to experience & they did not disappoint. Situated in an old log house, this charming restaurant is a treat. My husband had the fabulous, melt in your mouth Duck Breast roasted with orange, raspberry & Gran Mariner. Our friend had the perfect Alaskan Ling Cod and I had the yummy jumbo Sea Scallops that weâre seared to perfection. As in France, the sauces were light & absolutely delicious. Too full for dessert, but they sounded wonderful. Excellent wine list and the service fabulous. Everyone working there were friendly, helpful & professional.Truly a wonderful dining experience.
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