Wind down a decadent dinner with these tips from Tahoe bartenders |

Wind down a decadent dinner with these tips from Tahoe bartenders

Emily Stott | Special to Lake Tahoe Action
Peter Fain, a bartender at Moody's Bistro Bar & Beats, recommends describing preferences in mouth feel, weightiness and alcohol level when ordering a drink.
Courtesy / Moody’s Bistro Bar & Beats |

When the dinner plates are cleared, the dessert menus brought out, and the conversation still going, it’s time to linger a while longer over something indulgent. Desserts may be the cure for a sweet tooth, but a carefully chosen after-dinner drink will provide the true proverbial cherry on top of the meal.

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