On my first visit to the Lake Tahoe area, I found that, not surprisingly, it is a extremely beautiful, fairly casual town with a good mix of locals, visitors, and probably a fair number of seasonal residents (my season was summer, some probably live for the winter sports). I came to South Lake Tahoe area first and foremost for its beauty and to be outdoors (I live in Phoenix, this year, we've had 118 degree plus days) and hoped to find good food (not 5 star restaurants that you would find in San Francisco, Chicago, NYC, or other big cities of the World, but, good food) and I found it here. The wine list was of note (they had a wonderful Valpolicella), the bread was warm and crusty, the Caesar Salad was on point (including Anchovies), all of my table of three had wonderful entrees, but, there was no room for desert. The service was friendly and attentive.
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