Lake Tahoe Restaurant week kicks off Sept. 5 |

Lake Tahoe Restaurant week kicks off Sept. 5

The inaugural Lake Tahoe Restaurant Week, set of Sept. 5-12, is approaching. More than 30 restaurants around the lake will offer three-course prix-fixe menus at reduced prices. Lake Tahoe Restaurant Week attendees can also save up to 35 percent on lodging at participating properties.

There aren’t any tickets to purchase. Just visit participating restaurants for a three-course meal for $20, $30 or $40 per person (tax and gratuity not included) special. Reservations are recommended.

Many participating chefs will use local, seasonal and organic ingredients. In South Lake Tahoe, 19 Kitchen & Bar has lobster corn chowder and beef medallions fromage, with Fresh Ketch providing a stuffed halibut with shrimp, lobster, scallops, Brie, dill and lemon beurre blanc.

For authentic Mexican, Latin Soul has lamb steak with goat cheese crust and caramel flan with seasonal berries.

Edgewood Restaurant will offer maple leaf duck breast with an apple ginger sauce and sweet potato gnocchi.

In North Lake Tahoe, Cottonwood Restaurant is offering a pine nut crusted Asian basa with a tomato and dill beurre blanc and roasted autumn vegetables.

River Grill has green chard raviolis with Sonoma goat cheese and portabella mushrooms, while Six Peaks Grille is providing a pan-seared Bristol Bay salmon (with $2 of every $30 three-course dinner going to the Tahoe Forest Cancer Center).

The Lone Eagle Grille has a mesquite grilled New York steak over watercress and red cabbage salad.

To learn more about Lake Tahoe Restaurant Week, participating dining establishments and their downloadable prix-fixe menus, lodging discounts and how to participate, visit or call Pettit Gilwee Public Relations at 530-583-2138.

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