Special menus highlight Tahoe South Restaurant Week
If you go
What: Tahoe South Restaurant Week
When: Friday, Jan. 8, through Friday, Jan. 15
Where: Various locations around the South Shore
Tickets: Meal prices vary
Special menus at numerous South Shore restaurants will be this highlight of Tahoe South Restaurant week, which runs Friday, Jan. 8, through Friday, Jan. 15, at the South Shore.
“Gourmet burgers, handmade pastas, mouthwatering steaks, fresh seafood, inventive small plates, and decadent desserts are on the menu Jan. 8-15, as the South Shore’s restaurants roll out an extraordinary culinary experience for California Restaurant Month,” according to a description of the event from Tahoe South. “Tahoe South Restaurant Week, ‘Made with Altitude,’ is an incredible opportunity to experience some of the best wine and food on Lake Tahoe’s South Shore at a value you can’t get at any other time of the year.”
Participating restaurants include Artemis Lakefront Cafe, Blue Angel Cafe and Catering, Beacon Bar and Grill, Bear Moon Bear and Grill, MacDuff’s Public House, Riva Grill on the Lake, The Getaway Cafe, Passaretti’s Italian Restaurant, Friday’s Station Steak & Seafood Grill, Ciera Steak+Chophouse, Chart House Lake View Restaurant, Echo Restaurant, Edgewood Restaurant, Primo’s Italian Bistro, Toast Tahoe, Casey’s — An American Cantina, Jimmy’s Restaurant, Kalani’s and Zephyr Cove Restaurant.
“Tahoe South Restaurant Week connects foodies with the area’s most notable locally-owned eateries, each recognized for their classic favorites and distinctive dishes,” according to the description. “Participating restaurants feature specially-priced and prix fixe menus highlighting the theme ‘Made with Altitude.’ There are no passes, tickets or coupons, but please check with the individual restaurants to see if reservations are recommended. Diners simply visit their favorite participating restaurants throughout the week to enjoy the special menus.”
More information is available at http://tahoesouth.com/restaurantweek.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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