AAA Magazine Names 7 Spots to Dine in North Lake Tahoe
CAFÉ ZENON: While the kids skate on the new Tahoe City Winter Sports Park ice rink, adults sip classic whiskey drinks at the town’s buzzy new hotspot, Café Zenon.
FIRESIDE PIZZA COMPANY: Squaw Valley skiers warm their toes around fire pits on the patio at Fireside Pizza Company, where the spectrum of pies varies
BRIDGETENDER: Tahoe City’s Bridgetender, the go-to place for mouth-stretching burgers and waffle fries, now serves breakfast on weekends.
OLD TOWN TAP: Opened last May, Truckee’s Old Town Tap shimmers with mountain energy. Chef Chris Watkins’ menu reels with quirky twists.
WOLFDALE’S CUISINE UNIQUE: Well before Asian-fusion was a thing, chef Douglas Dale was wizarding up recipes influenced by his young apprenticeship at a hilltop temple in Japan.
FIRE SIGN CAFE: Since 1978, the Fire Sign Cafe has been the coziest morning place in Tahoe.
UNCOMMON KITCHEN: If healthy food is your comfort, visit Uncommon Kitchen, an ethnic and fresh-food deli inside New Moon Natural Foods on Tahoe’s West Shore.