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The Inside World Contemporary Aboriginal Australian Memorial Poles from the Debra and Dennis Scholl Collection On view through June 9

Owen Yalandja. Photograph by Kate O’Hara, courtesy of Maningrida Arts and Culture, Maningrida. Kay Lindjuwanga and John Mawurndjul, Mimih Spirit at Milmingkan (detail),2017. Earth pigments on wood, 86 Ÿ in.


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IN THIS ISSUE SPRING 2019

G E TAWAY N AV I G AT O R S 8 Meet Your GETAWAY Team GET CONNECTED 10 Getaway’s Social Media Guide A R T S & C U LT U R E 12 Tahoe’s Captured Beauty 14 Get Your Art On ADVENTURE 16 Spring 2019 Mountain Bike Guide 18 New Adventures to Try this Spring 20 Glamp It Up Tahoe E N T E R TA I N M E N T 24 Mark Your Calendars 28 Weird & Wondrous Events 32 Out of this World 34 High Desert Nightlife FOOD & DRINK 40 Tap Me In 46 When in Tahoe, Do We Do Breakfast or Do We Do Brunch? 50 Delicious Dining at Your Doorstep SHOPPING 54 Hats About Reno/Tahoe 58 Party In Your Pack RELAX 60 Spring Pampering 64 Natural Attractions EXPLORE

ON THE COVER Ice cold drinks and a flash of fire greet you as you enter Zeppelin bar during your night out in the high desert of northern Nevada. Let our nightlife guide steer you toward the bold and energetic bars, clubs and lounges of this windswept steppe.

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Reno/Tahoe Regional Map Reno Area Map Downtown Reno Map North Lake Tahoe Map South Lake Tahoe Map Tahoe South Map Carson Area Map

G E TAWAY L I S T 80 Explore Tahoe GETAWAY List 84 Explore Reno/Sparks GETAWAY List 86 Explore Carson Valley GETAWAY List


FIND YOUR TREASURE IN CARSON VALLEY! YE OLDE HOUSE 2288 Main Street, Ste B, Genoa, NV 89411 775-220-7873 (Call Ahead) Open: Tues.-Sun. 10am-4pm

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CV ART CENTER / STUDIO 775 1644 US HWY 395 N, Ste B-3, Minden, NV 89423 775-392-4848 Open: Tues.-Sat. 10am-10pm, Sun. Noon-9pm www.carsonvalleryartcenter.com

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2295 Main Street, Genoa, NV 89411 • 775-782-2590 Open: Thurs. - Mon. 11am-3pm Closed: Tues. - Wed. parks.nv.gov

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HEARTSTRINGS GALLERY AND GIFTS 1572 US HWY 395 N, Ste A, Minden, NV 89423 775-782-8207 • Open: Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm www.cvartscouncil.com Carson Valley Arts Council hosts free exhibits of local artists each month in its Copeland Gallery. The changing exhibits include watercolor, oil, multi-media, sculpture and photography.

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ACCOLADES TROPHIES ENGRAVING, GIFTS, ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES 1532 US HWY 395 N, Ste 10, Gardnerville, NV 89410 775-782-2338 • Open: Mon.-Fri. 10am-5pm

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EAST FORK GALLERY 1503 US HWY 395 N, Ste K, Gardnerville, NV 89410 775-782-7629 • Open: Tues.-Sat. 11am-5pm East Fork Gallery provides affordable, original art from 40 local/regional artists. This Gardnerville art co-op has offered an incredible variety of art and gifts since 1979.

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CHESHIRE ANTIQUES 1423 US HWY 395 N, Ste 10, Gardnerville, NV 89410 775-782-9117 • Open Daily: 10am-5:30pm

CUSTOM FRAMING AND DESIGN 1404-B Industrial Way, Ste 10, Gardnerville, NV 89410 775-783-9730 • Open: Tues.-Fri. 8am-4pm Custom Framing and Design offers picture framing, shadow boxes, gallery wraps, stretches and more at the Valley’s most reasonable prices. If you can picture it, we can frame it.

An artistic collaboration offering fine arts, collectibles, creative furnishings and vintage unusual objects from nine well-known artists and 20 consignors.

Antiques, collectibles, unique gifts, trophies, plaques, shoe bronzing, engraving, corporate awards, name badges, memoral plaques, custom gifts for any occasion.

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GADZOOKS! A CREATIVE PLACE 1492 US HWY 395 N, #104, Gardnerville, NV 89410 775-782-9665 • Open: Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm gadzooksnv.com

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Cheshire Antiques had 50 vendors spread over 12,000 sq. ft. in an historic 1896 building, featuring fine furniture, books, pottery, garden, kitchen, jewelry, paintings and textiles. Inventory changes daily.

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PENNY LANE CONSIGNMENT 1236 Baltic Ave (on the corner of Service Dr. and US HWY 395), Gardnerville, NV 89410 775-392-1222 Open: Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm Sun. 10am-2pm www.pennylaneconsignmentnv.com Penny Lane features a unique ever changing selection of home decor, furniture, kitchen items, light fixtures, crystal, antiques and collectibles.


GOOD MORNING PUBLICATIONS LLC

NOTE FROM OUR PUBLISHER

PUBLISHER Todd Poth todd@planmygetaway.com

EDITORIAL Project Manager / Editor

Meghan Burk meghan@planmygetaway.com

Spring is here in the Reno/Tahoe area. Luckily so are you! Thoughts begin migrating from the ski slopes, snowmobiling, and winter activities, to hiking, biking, beaches and other warmweather pursuits. Clear skies, snow-capped mountains and fresh air welcome you to our little slice of paradise. Inside this issue you’ll find all the information you will need to make your stay in Reno/Tahoe the best ever. We’ve put together our Mountain Biking infographic highlighting the best spots to get out on the trails, no matter your skill level. In Tap Out! we’ll sip on some of the best draft selections around. And, you know when you have trouble deciding on breakfast or brunch? Well, we’ll cover that in When in Tahoe, Do We Breakfast or Do We Brunch? If you’re not familiar with the crazy events we have throughout the spring and summer, you must read Weird and Wondrous Events. These are just my personal favorites, but be sure to check out all the great articles for the local inside scoop. Whether you found us online, in one of 16,000 rooms or vacation rentals, or at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport and/or visitor centers, as you enjoy your time and want to post about it, please tag us @getawayRT, #getawayRT and , @getawayrenotahoe. You might even be featured on our social media page! Also, keep an eye out for our giveaways and prize packages. Feel free to visit our YouTube channel @getawayrenotahoe to preview the videos of the extraordinary experiences that await. All of our issues can be downloaded and taken with you on issuu.com or the issuu mobile app, just search for Getaway Reno/Tahoe. Here at Getaway Reno/Tahoe we are a locally owned and operated business. Our entire team wants you to experience our area the way we love to live it. We only recommend places we have been and take our families and pals to. Think of us as your local friend showing you where to go and what to do. Our mission is a simple one: We want to point you in the right direction and help you make great memories! Be sure to let them know, “Getaway sent us!”

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N AV I G A T O R S Meet your vacation navigators. The Getaway Reno/Tahoe team will point you in the right direction to make your visit the absolute best.

Senior Copy Editor

Heidi Bethel

bethelcommunicationandevents@gmail.com Creative Direction

Courtney Meredith Senior Graphic Designer

Tucker Monticelli Contributing Writers

Heidi Bethel Meghan Burk Rebecca David Emily Skyle Ashley Polan

Todd Poth Holly Zynda Annie Flanzraich Natasha Bourlin Rae Matthews

Todd Poth / Publisher Todd is a world traveler and proud alumni of THE Ohio State University. He is a happy husband and father of three daughters all under 5 years old. (Which helps explain his hair loss.) His spare time is dedicated to giving back to the community and the Tahoe-Douglas Rotary Club.

ADVERTISING Todd Poth todd@planmygetaway.com Dallas Burns dallas@planmygetaway.com

G E TAWAY P R O D U C T I O N S Advertising Graphic Design

Caitlin Johnson Meghan Burk / Vice President of Operations A spokesperson and public figure, Meghan works as a cohost, model and TV personality for a variety of shows and production companies in the tristate area.

VP of Operations

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Rebecca David Editorial Photographer Jeramie Lu - jeramieluphotography.com Video Production

Dallas Burns / Business Solutions Manager As a 16-year resident, when Dallas isn’t networking at community functions, she’s hiking the Sierra with her dog and continuing to discover hidden wonders of the area.

Rebecca David / Social Media Manager Rebecca, a graduate from California State University Sacramento, has a passion for photography, outdoor adventure and baking. She also loves Disney and playing with her dog.

Heidi Bethel / Senior Copy Editor & Contributing Writer Heidi, a Nevada native, runs her own business, Bethel Communication and Events. She enjoys the wide range of activities and is surely missing home while she spends a year in Kansas. She is delighted to let visitors know about all the great things to do in Reno/Tahoe!

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Photography: Jeramie Lu Photography Creative Direction: Design on Edge Set: Zeppelin Models: Britton Griffith Ashley Polan

GETAWAY Reno/Tahoe is published four times a year: Spring: Apr 15 – Jul 15 Summer: Jul 15 – Oct 15 Fall: Oct 15 – Jan 15 Winter: Jan 15 – Apr 15 by GETAWAY Reno/Tahoe P.O. Box 12187, Zephyr Cove, NV 89448 Phone: 866-652-6563 Fax: 866-809-9073 No part of this periodical may be reproduced or duplicated without the express written permission of GETAWAY Reno/Tahoe. For IN-ROOM inquiries & magazine resupply contact meghan@planmygetaway.com For SALES contact todd@planmygetaway.com or dallas@planmygetaway.com


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GET CONNECTED Join the conversation with Getaway Reno/Tahoe and stay in touch with us on all social media networks. We’ll keep you updated with what’s going on around the area.

Check out how some of our followers enjoy the spring season in Reno/Tahoe:

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Don’t leave your furry friends behind. Bring them on vacation with you! We have plenty of pet-friendly places in Reno/Tahoe.

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Support local brands. Home Means Nevada carries a variety of locally made items you are sure to love.

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No brunch is complete without a beer, mimosa or bloody Mary! Check out our When in Tahoe, Do We Breakfast or Do We Brunch? article on page 46.

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Let your dreams blossom this spring! Explore the natural beauty of Reno/ Tahoe!

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Stay active! Get out and enjoy that big body of water known as Lake Tahoe.

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OPEN DAILY WITH TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU *Breakfast served ‘til 2pm

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PARK, PLAY & STAY FOR THE SUNSET

Your Lake Tahoe launch pad for fun! Tons of sun, sand, and Water Fun Rentals for everyone! Port of call for the Tahoe Water Taxi and home of the Tahoe Serenity, Tahoe’s newest luxury yacht. Great food and drinks served all day @ the Snack Shack and Rum Bar on The Beach. Stay for sunset on the shore at Beachbum’s Bar & Grill. Cocktails, beer and amazing grub brought to you, right on the sand!

300 Hwy. 50 | Zephyr Cove, NV 89448 | 775.588.3055 | RoundHillPinesResort.com


ARTS & CULTURE

Tahoe’s Captured Beauty Take home some of our region’s finest art. By Holly Zynda

Encircling the beauty of Lake Tahoe in full spring bloom are a number of premier boutique art galleries that house some of our region’s most alluring pieces. Local artists and those from abroad have witnessed the charm of the Reno/Tahoe area and captured it in various artistic mediums. Local gallery owners, some who are also artist themselves, provide this beauty to the public. I have perused the offerings and selected the following galleries that will allow you to share in and display the beauty of the lake and surrounding high desert mountains, as well as prestigious art from around the world, in your own home or business.

A FOCUS ON PHOTOS Given the natural appeal of the region, many of the galleries sell photographs of the Tahoe area. One of those is The Eadington Gallery on the north side of the lake. A seemingly diminutive gallery at first sight, this showroom has a labyrinthian layout with a floorplan more like a small museum than a traditional gallery. The walls are dotted with photos of Tahoe by three local artists, including the gallery owner. Eadington offers high-end prints of photographs on canvas or metal from small to large scale. theeadingtongallery.com Emanate Gallery is another such shop, offering photography by local artists, paintings, several sculptures, as well as custom framing. Located in The Crossing at South Lake Tahoe shopping center, Emanate is locally owned and operated by Benjamin Sullivan and Angela and Ron Cabrera. Ben lends his artistic eye to the small shop, displaying photographs he took around the world, while Angela contributes her framing skills. They also display photographs, paintings, and giclees by artists from the Tahoe area. emanategallery.com

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THE UPPER ESCHELON For outfitting a second home or business with fine art from the region, Stremmel Gallery, in the heart of Reno, is a great fit. With a museum-like feel and a great use of white space to frame and highlight each piece, Stremmel offers more high-end art, with pieces starting in the tens of thousands of dollars. There, I found small- and large-scale sculptures, as well as small and large oil originals. stremmelgallery.com Along similar lines, Marcus Ashley Fine Art Gallery sits in the Raley’s shopping center near Heavenly Village, where I stopped in after a day shooshing down the slopes. With prices ranging from $200 to $80,000, Marcus Ashley provides an array of art for the more discerning crowd. This gallery offers elegant sculptures, paintings, glassworks, and other media from 30 world-renown artists to primarily tourists and second home owners. It even has a large “secret collection” by Dr. Seuss. marcusashley.com Across the street from Markus Ashley, Benko Art Gallery stands apart of from the other galleries in the Reno/Tahoe area with its contemporary offerings by younger, local artists. And you’ll love the greeting from the large St. Bernard shop dog. This industrial gallery put off a more edgy vibe with bold colors, mixed media, and even clothing made in-shop inspired by the art sold there. benkoartgallery.com

A MORE PERSONAL TOUCH I enjoy supporting local artsellers, and sometimes I am more in the mood for a mom-and-pop feel. For these times, Blue Wolf Studios in King’s Beach is always a good bet. Here, I browsed among oneof-a-kind souvenirs handmade by local artisans. Hidden between the Taco Bell and Willard’s Lakeshore Sports in King’s Beach, this small gallery is packed with treasures ranging from jewelry to

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pottery. When something a little more traditional is in order, they recommend heading over to Vista Gallery and Framing, who’s owner often returns the favor. bluewolftahoe.com; vistagallerytahoe.com At Vista, also fairly hidden next to Jason’s Beachside Grill about a block down, I found prints that capture the beauty of Tahoe for any price range (starting at $30). They also offer custom framing or enlargements of their prints up to any size you desire, making this a great shop for both tourists looking to capture a bit of our local beauty to bring home, as well as very high-end buyers. Along similar lines, Artists Co-Op Gallery Reno also provides a small-town feel and a low-key, local, earthy vibe. With folk music playing over the radio, handmade walking sticks, woodworking, and pottery, as well as everything from pencil drawings to oil paintings lining the walls, the co-op transported me right back to the 60s. artistsco-opgalleryreno.com

DIY GALLERY When searching for a place to make art, in addition to purchasing it, I found the Carson Valley Arts Council down in the Carson Valley. In addition to displaying a local artist in their gallery for several months at a time, the Arts Council provides space for local artists to teach pottery, woodworking, painting and more. There is also a shop on the corner that displays handmade goods for sale, including, but not limited to, knitted scarves, woven baskets, jewelry and wall hangings. cvartscouncil.com Whatever part of town you’re in, there are a variety of galleries with different offerings where you’ll find a lovingly made piece from the Reno/Tahoe region to remember your visit, share with a loved one, or display in your home.

Photos this page: Benko Art Gallery (Holly Zynda), Marcus Ashley Gallery (Holly Zynda)

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See some of the region’s most recognizable art pieces. By Annie Flanzraich

There is no shortage of art to see and experience in Reno/Tahoe. From large-scale sculptures of sea creatures to gold-plated vehicles, there's an exhibit for every taste. It might be impossible to see every piece of art on one trip, so here are seven pieces we think you should cross off your bucket list.

Great Scott! Make like Marty McFly and head to the National Automobile Museum in downtown Reno to see one of the only two 24-karatgold-plated DeLoreans in the world. This rare vehicle appeared as part of American Express’ 1979 promotional campaign for Gold cardholders. Back then, it cost $85,000, and a little door ding could cost $24,000 to fix. There’s little risk of that happening at the Automobile Museum, which displays more than 200 other noteworthy automobiles. automuseum.org

Cut f rom a different cloth Ann Johnston’s large-scale quilts imaginatively represent the Sierra Nevada’s diverse geological makeup. On display at the Nevada Museum of Art through May 19, this exhibition features more than 30 of Johnston’s quilts, made from cloth she hand-dyed. Johnston sewed the quilts by hand and by machine, using patterns and textures to create the Sierra's mountain peaks, lakes, and rock formations visitors to the area might recognize. nevadaart.org

Black Rock City in downtown Reno Within a four-block area of downtown Reno, you can see three large-scale Burning Man art installations. In City Plaza, located at the corner of Virginia and First streets, experience two pieces of public art: Space Whale and Believe. Created in 2013 by artists Jeff Schomberg and Laura Kimpton, the 70-foot-long Believe is made of 20-foot-high, rustic, block letters. A few steps away is Space Whale, a life-sized, illuminated stained-glass-and-steel sculpture of a humpback whale mother and calf created by Matthew Schultz

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and The Pier Group. Walk a few blocks to Bicentennial Park on the corner of First and Ralston streets, and you can see in Portal of Evolution a butterfly-like sculpture by Bryan Tedrick. reno.gov

It’s not Icky! Look toward the ceiling at the entry to the Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum and gaze upon a 50-foot-long, lifesize replica of Nevada's state fossil, the Ichthyosaur. Creator Jerry Snyder built the 2,500-pound puppet in 2013 and displayed it at Burning Man. In 2014, the Ichthyosaur moved to its permanent home in the Discovery Museum and transformed from a marionette to a sculpture. nvdm.org

Go for the gold Take a trip back in time, learn about the 1960 Winter Olympics and see the rings from that year’s event at Squaw Valley. The free Olympic Museum, located at 8,200 feet at High Camp on Squaw Valley’s upper mountain, includes a photo-worthy podium and Olympic rings suspended above a backdrop of Lake Tahoe. Elsewhere on the property, you can see the Olympic rings in The Village at Squaw Valley as well as the flames that still burn in front of the Tower of Nations. squawalpine.com Show us which of these items you’ve crossed off your list by tagging us on social media! Use #renoartbucketlist and share a photo with us of your own art tour.


LET US MOVE YOU. More than 200 thought-provoking, awe-inspiring pieces of automobile history on display to ignite your imagination.

Available for Banquets & Special Events • Museum Open Daily Corner Lake & Mill Streets • Downtown Reno • 775.333.9300 • AutoMuseum.org


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GET YOUR GEAR S HOR EL I N E OF TA H OE

M O U NTAIN WEST

M OUN TAIN SPORTS C EN T E R

Located on the Nevada side, Shoreline has two locations offering a variety of rentals for your wheeled adventure. Booking online is a breeze. Ride the Lam Watah Trail to Nevada Beach or reserve their drop-off shuttle service for more thrilling rides.

A newly opened shop in the Crossing at Tahoe Valley, Mountain West has the staff and personnel to set you up with the perfect rental or demo gear.

Situated next to miles of paved biking trails and Tallac Historic Estates, Mountain Sports Center at Camp Richardson resort will easily gear you up and get you on the trail.

2052 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe (530) 600-4144 @tahoemountainwest

1900 Jameson Beach Rd., South Lake Tahoe (530) 541-1801 camprichardson.com

193 Kahle Dr., Stateline (775) 588-8777 shorelineoftahoe.com

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"it’s the perfect season to revel in the region’s many exhilarating outdoor experiences." Spring fever can spark longing for new adventures. Plus it’s the perfect season to revel in the region’s many exhilarating outdoor experiences. This year, instead of watching the wide grins of folks adept at these activities from afar, join them. Most places provide expert instructors, or you can make it a mission to learn on your own and just rent the needed equipment. Some are weather reliant and only available in late spring, so confirm they’re available before trekking out.

Touring Tahoe on two wheels Since 2001 in South Lake, Mountain West has been a go-to spot for kickstarting regional adventures any time of year. Come spring, once the trails and streets are bike-friendly again, folks eager to tackle Tahoe on two wheels can find many rental options. Fend off fears of going uphill with easy-to-ride e-bikes. These trendy motor- and pedal-powered contraptions can be rented for a couple of hours or all day. When the area’s miles of singletrack are calling instead, grab a fullsuspension or hard-trail mountain bike. Park in their lot, and hit the trails directly from the shop. If you’re smitten, they’ll apply your rental cost towards the purchase of your new two-wheeled toy. mountainwest.rentals When the ski season ends and the trails are – mostly – free of snow, Northstar California’s mountain bike park offers a whole new form of alpine excitement. No matter your skill level, learn to careen safely down their trails with the mountain’s top instructors in private or small group lessons at the Specialized Academy. They provide all needed equipment; you provide the gumption. northstarcalifornia.com

helped them perfect their skills. They provide everything needed, including the boat. Up to six people can motor out at a time, and lesson lengths range from 30 minutes to all day. highsierrawaterskiing.com

Standing on water Head to Marina PaddleFit in Sparks and learn to walk – ahem, well, stand – on water. With the help of a Stand Up Paddleboard, of course. After some training, certified instructors will get you out on the Sparks Marina, which is especially scenic on a SUP at sunset. Balance and strength improving sessions are available for all ages, and they specialize in teaching seniors. sparksmarinapaddle.com

Fully transparent Imagine simply floating on Tahoe, seeing nothing beneath you but the crystal-clear lake. Wild Society can make that dream a reality. Beginning in May, paddle from Kings Beach in a transparent kayak equipped with waterproof cases to keep your phone safe while taking epic pictures, and speakers to create your own soundtrack for the ethereal experience. Once night falls, rent a colorful, lighted kayak with a spotlight illuminating the lake up to 20 feet down. Or take a guided tour to some of their favorite spots, complete with a gourmet picnic. wildsocietylt.com Grab a friend, family member or get some solo time in this spring, and make it an inspiring season by tackling a fresh, new activity.

Spring skiing of a different sort Beginning in late April on Tahoe’s west shore, learn to waterski or wakeboard at High Sierra Waterski School. For 43 years, their pros have taught kids and adults the basics or

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For years now, I’ve dreamed of owning an Airstream. The cute shape, sophisticated style and fun personality of these beloved travel trailers just screams, “America.” This is why, when Zephyr Cove Resort announced they purchased three new 30-foot International Signature Airstreams, I did a serious jump for joy. Now, not only can my family experience glamping at a whole new level (and without the hefty price tag), we get to do it in absolute paradise. Speaking of paradise … Zephyr Cove Resort is just that. Nestled on the shores of Lake Tahoe, this place is a favorite with beautiful shoreline, great camping and tons of amenities. Whether you decide to stay here or swing by during your visit, be sure to hop aboard the M.S. Dixie II paddle wheeler for an amazing lake cruise. The 500-passenger beauty departs daily for daytime, dinner and private trips to Emerald Bay and back. For a truly special excursion on the water, on Wednesday evenings try their Sipping at Sundown Cruise aboard the Tahoe Paradise yacht. Talk about awe-inspiring views of the lake! At the Zephyr Cove Marina, you’ll find endless amounts of lakeside fun. With a mile-long beach, enjoy volleyball, fishing or just a lazy day soaking up the sun. (Don’t forget the sunscreen, BTW.) Looking for a little adventure on the water? Take the flight of a lifetime on a sky-high parasail or test your waterskiing and wakeboarding skills. They even have a new pontoon boat and six new Searay SPX 230 Outboard speedboats that you can rent. When you’re hungry, just pop over to one of the onsite eateries. The Zephyr Cove Restaurant offers local and sustainable cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Try their smoked salmon benedict for a delicious start to your day. Oh, and don’t forget to swing by later for one of their old-fashioned milkshakes. Or, bask in the sun at Sunset Bar and Grille where you can enjoy your favorite adult libation and specialty frozen drink. Order some fries and other pub fare while you take in all that is Lake Tahoe. With the right amenities, tons of things to do and amazing views, it’s no wonder Zephyr Cove Resort is at the top of the list in South Lake. Be sure to get your glamp on in Tahoe! zephyrcove.com 22 getaway reno/tahoe • planmygetaway.com

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MARK YOUR CALENDAR ... Your guide to fun spring happenings in Reno/Tahoe.

Make magical memories this season in Reno/Tahoe. Here are some great events you will remember forever and will be enjoyed by all ages!

By Rebecca David

Photos this page: Dine the District Food Tour (Jamie Kingham), Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival

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April 26 – 28: Genoa Western Heritage Days (Genoa)

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26 25 1 4 1 20 Join us for a weekend of live western music, cowboy poetry and learn about Genoa’s western heritage. This is a family friendly event taking place throughout Genoa. Get your tickets! @GenoaWesternHeritage

May 4: Dine the District Food Tour (Reno Riverwalk District)

Enjoy a variety of culinary delights Reno has to offer as you explore some of the best restaurants in the area while also supporting the development of the Riverwalk District. Tickets are available online or the day of. renoriverwalk.org

Celebrate all things local! Discover, explore and experience what local artists, businesses, chefs, organizations and entertainers have to offer. They get their inspiration from beautiful Lake Tahoe, an area that we love so much. squawalpine.com/events

June 1 - 30: 109th Annual Carson Valley Days (Carson Valley)

Celebrate Carson Valley! They have carnival rides, live music, a parade, craft and food vendors, face painting, tournaments, bounce house, raffle and more! See their website for the full list of events and times. visitcarsonvalley.org

June 1: Tahoe Brewfest (South Lake Tahoe)

June 20 - 29: Reno Rodeo (Reno)

All beer lovers unite! The Tahoe Brewfest is bigger and better this year with more non-alcoholic options, as well as ciders, more shade, seating and food. If you don’t see your favorite brewery here, try and get them on the list. Check out their website to see how. tahoebrewfest.com

Kick the dust up at the annual “wildest, richest rodeo in the west.” See real-life cowboys and cowgirls take part in bull riding, professional roping and more actionpacked events. Plus, you can enjoy live music, food, vendors, the carnival and theme nights. But don’t let the party end there, if you are 21+ years old, continue the country night at the Jack Tent! renorodeo.com

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Photos this page: Genoa Bar (Jeramie Lu), Lake Tahoe Independence Day

JULY July 4: Parade with Genoa (Genoa)

July 4: Baseball & Fireworks (Downtown Reno)

Celebrate the Fourth of July at an event the whole family can enjoy. The Genoa Americana July 4th Celebration has children’s games, chicken barbeque, live music, a parade and more! They will conclude with a performance by the Carson Symphony Orchestra. genoanevada.org

Celebrate America’s birthday the most American way, baseball followed by postgame fireworks. The Reno Aces take on the Sacramento River Cats and a ticket to the game includes the fireworks show. milb.com

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July 5 - Aug 25: Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival (Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe)

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Cruise aboard Zephyr Cove’s MS Dixie II and enjoy dinner along with a front row seat to the Fourth of July fireworks show. Or find a place at one of South Lake Tahoe’s many beaches and watch the show. There isn’t a bad seat when it comes to this fireworks display! zephyrcove.com

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Enjoy one of the most scenic venues of beautiful Lake Tahoe while watching two extraordinary productions, The Taming of the Shrew and Million Dollar Quartet. Imagine your toes in the sand, a bottle of wine, delicious food options, and a Lake Tahoe sunset as your backdrop. For the schedule and tickets see their website. laketahoeshakespeare.com

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Weird & Wondrous Events Explore the region’s most interesting and out-of-the-box happenings By Natasha Bourlin

Eclectic events dot the Sierra annually. Reflections of the area’s quintessential quirky character, they range from, “Wow, never seen that before … ” to, “I’ve always wanted to do that!” Get your dose of weird and wonderful at these annual gatherings.

CULTURE SHOCK Doesn’t everyone really have a little Irish in them? Find out by immersing yourself in the culture at the annual Northern Nevada Celtic Celebration, May 18 at Reno’s Bartley Ranch Regional Park. Irish and Scottish dancers, Celtic musicians, Highland Athletics, games, vendors, a living history section and more comprise this rousing event. renoceltic.org Elizabethan England comes to life during the 26th annual Valhalla Renaissance Faire at Camp Richardson in South Lake Tahoe, June 1 – 2 and June 8 – 9. Like wandering through the old world, stroll amongst fully costumed nobles, barbarians, pirates, Shakespearian actors, jugglers and musicians. More than 100 merchants and food vendors dot the faire, also featuring four stages with continuous, eraappropriate entertainment. valhallafaire.com

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GIDDY UP Between June 16 – 20, let your inner cowgirl or cowboy roam free during the Reno Rodeo Cattle Drive. Modern cowpokes help wrangle more than 300 steers through thousands of acres of range land into Reno over several days. Luggage-laden wagons pulled by horses and mules, campfire songs and a mobile saloon add to the authentic experience, which culminates in a parade June 20. renorodeo.com Return to the old west when the Pony Express Re-Ride passes through Reno, presenting letters to veterans during the 100th anniversary of the Reno Rodeo. More than 750 riders travel their respective legs solo, as the original Pony Express riders did, across eight states for 10 days each year. They pass the mochila, a saddle bag carrying about 1,000 letters, like an Olympic torch. Catch the presentation ceremony on June 21. nationalponyexpress.org

BOOZY BOREDOM BUSTERS Ever wanted to try a bunch of really bizarre beers? Head to Reno’s Strange Brew Festival May 18 at the Brewer’s Cabinet. Local and regional brewers bust out their craziest concoctions, such as the Great Basin Brewing Co.’s S’mores Beer, The Brewer’s Cabinet’s Gazpacho “cold soup” Ale and Lagunita’s Sumac, Pink Peppercorn, Pequin Chile, Purple Sweet Potato Sour (SPPPCPSPS). strangebrewfestival.com Photo this page: Valhalla Renaissance Faire, Broken Arrow Sky Race, International Camel and Ostrich Races


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ENTERTAINMENT Costume up and visit dozens of downtown bars during Reno Bar Crawls’ many themed drinking events. Get decked out for their Pride Crawl June 1, Superhero Crawl July 13, Pirate Crawl August 17 or Zombie Crawl October 19. But first, stock up on hangover cures. crawlreno.com Live music and snow flicks accompany Cajun food, craft brews and cocktails at the Craw Thaw in front of Moody’s Bistro, Bar & Beats in Truckee May 31 – June 1. A feast fit for Mardi Gras is served up while riveted spectators watch crustaceans slowly “race” through Downtown Truckee in the Craw Cross. You can blink, maybe several times, during the race and probably not miss much, but it’s oh-so amusing to watch. truckeecrawthaw.com

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Squaw Valley hosts the Broken Arrow Sky Race, June 21 – 23. An exhilarating tribute to the human body’s fortitude and strength, this three-day event sends expert and recreational participants on an epic journey mountain running, European-style, up super-steep terrain. Spectators can take in the live music, food, craft brews and family friendly activities. brokenarrowskyrace.com

Camels, ostriches, zebras, oh my! Saddle up an exotic animal in Virginia City alongside professional jockeys and get ready to gut laugh at the 60th annual International Camel and Ostrich Races, September 6 – 8. Brave souls atop beasts round a track at high speeds in the historic mining town’s absurdly fun event. If you’re not up for a race, casual rides are also available, along with food, drinks and live music. visitvirginiacitynv.com Hilarity continues to ensue at Virginia City’s 30th annual Outhouse Races, October 5 – 6. Prettied-up potties roll through the town’s main drag trying to cross the toilet paper finish line first. Prepare your potty mouth and puns aplenty for the daily outhouse parade featuring about 15 – 20 participants, then watch them race at this unforgettable event. visitvirginiacitynv.com

AWESOMELY ARTSY

From July 1 – 31 annually, Artown brings about 500 arts events in a multitude of genres, exhibitions and more than 100 workshops to Reno. Other featured events that artistically and culturally enrich the region also dot the calendar year round. Among the fest’s many featured local, national and international acts in 2019, catch the return of festival faves Pink Martini, plus the Koresh Dance Company and singer Sheléa. artown.org So, there’s this little festival in the Black Rock Desert you may have heard of called Burning Man … this year it’s taking place August 25 – September 2. Okay, it’s now gargantuan and legendary and you should, by all means, check it out at least once in your lifetime. If you can score a ticket, that is. burningman.org So many events, so little time, so get these in your schedule now and have a very event-full 2019.

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OUT OF THIS W O R L D HOW TO ENJOY THE STARS IN THE SIERRA. By Jen Peng

The Reno/Tahoe area is known for its stunning daytime vistas, but with plentiful clear nights and wide-open dark skies, it’s also a spectacular place to see the stars. Here are a few ways to enjoy the night sky.

FIND YOUR OWN STARGAZING ADVENTURE To find a good stargazing location, look for wide, unobstructed horizons, away from light pollution. Beach or mountaintop? It’s up to you. Expansive views and easy access makes Emerald Bay a great spot to enjoy the stars. On a calm night, look for celestial reflections in the water. Head to the south end of the parking lot, the pullouts around the bay, or the rock outcropping by Eagle Falls. parks.ca.gov For great south-facing beaches and plenty of facilities, including restrooms, head to Sand Harbor. Make the most of your visit by combining a day at the beach with a barbecue at sunset, then be dazzled as the stars come out at night. parks.nv.gov

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The additional elevation of Spooner Lake helps minimize ambient light pollution, offering dark skies looking east and south. For the best views, head to the dam at the north end of Spooner Lake or the trail towards Marlette Lake. parks.nv.gov Wherever you go, a little preparation will help make your experience more enjoyable. Bring warm clothes, a blanket or sleeping bag, a thermos containing a hot beverage, and binoculars, if you have some. Download a stargazing app so you know what you’re looking at. Look for Mars during April and May, Jupiter and Saturn starting June, and the Milky Way starting late June. Time your view for a moonless night for a sight you won’t soon forget! Or catch some falling stars during a meteor shower: see the Lyrids April 16 – 28 (peak April 21 – 22) and the Eta Aquariids April 19 – May 28 (peak May 4-5).

STAR PARTIES AND GUIDED TOURS Western Nevada College’s Jack C. Davis Observatory features indoor and outdoor telescopes and holds star parties every Saturday, with lectures (7:30 p.m.) by Mike Thomas and science demonstrations (7 p.m.) by Tom Herring on the second and third Saturday of each month, respectively. On the third Friday of the month, the Astronomical Society of Nevada holds their star party at Sparks Marina (from just before sunset until the last question is asked). wnas-astronomy.org; wnc.edu/observatory; astronomynv.org

FOR A LUXURIOUS EXPERIENCE Join star guide Tony Berendsen and Tahoe Star Tours at The Dark Skies Cosmoarium at Northstar Resort. Starting June 20, astronomy shows are held every Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Enjoy live presentations, then view the cosmos through high-powered Celestron telescopes in style, with comfortable seating, blankets, heaters, hot beverages and s’mores. tahoestartours.com; northstarcalifornia.com For the adventurous, Tahoe Adventure Company offers guided full moon and astronomy kayaks or hikes in the Tahoe Vista Recreation Area and around Truckee, the North Shore and East Shore (May 28, May 29, June 17 and June 27). tahoeadventurecompany.com

OUT OF THIS WORLD LEARNING EXPERIENCES If you can’t make it outdoors, enjoy the stars at the Fleischmann Planetarium. Blast off into space and put yourself right into the action in their full-dome digital planetarium shows on a variety of space-related topics. There’s a free Exhibit Hall with interactive displays, and public telescope viewings twice a month. The Nevada Space Center and the Challenger Learning Center of Nevada at the National Auto Museum also offer interactive exhibits, like “Be the Astronaut,” “Space Academy” programs, Challenger missions and science-related Dome shows. planetarium.unr.nevada. edu; nevadaspacecenter.org; nevadachallenger.org However you decide to enjoy the stars in Reno/ Tahoe, get out there, expand your horizons and get out of this world!

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Whether on a hot date, celebrating an anniversary, or planning a girls/guys night out be sure to experience our 21+ nightlife for an unforgettable evening out on the town.

Sure Reno/Tahoe is one of the best family friendly vacation destinations, but did you know there are many hot spots here that offer exclusively 21-and-up entertainment? Here’s a quick look at some places to checkout sans kiddos.

PREGAMING To start, I highly recommend a stop at Zeppelin in south Reno. Here you’ll find an array of upscale food, as well as a full bar. The bartenders make artfully crafted beverages, including seasonal drinks; their bloody Mary is adorned with a full meal, complete with muscles and pickles. Zeppelin also has a charcuterie board with custom sushi-style ordering, so you can order only the meats and cheeses you want. This bar/restaurant is open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Tuesday – Saturday. zeppelinreno.com

DRESS TO IMPRESS When I’m dressed to the nines, I head to one of the area’s high-end clubs where they offer private booths and bottle service. Lex in the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno offers a large venue with a pool seated right in the middle of the club sandwiched by a pair of go-go dancing platforms and three bars to choose from. It also has a large dance floor, and both sides of the venue are lined with private booths, where patrons can get flaming bottle service. The crème de la crème of clubs, Lex also brings in the hottest DJs, like DJ P-Jay and Mike Fusion. lexnightclub.com

Photos this page: Zeppelin Bar Reno (Jeramie Lu), Cargo Concert Hall

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ENTERTAINMENT In South Lake, there are two high-end clubs to choose from. At Peek, located in Harrah’s Casino, I enjoy the five-star experience and find DJs from around the world. On Fridays, ladies and locals get in free before 11 p.m. Be aware, Peek also serves as a show and concert venue, so be sure to check out the calendar before you go. peeknightclub.uvtix.com Just down the street in the Montbleu Resort, Casino and Spa, Opal is perfect for groups, especially bachelor/ette parties, and offers private booths tiered down from $1500. I go there for a more Vegas-style experience and to enjoy the beats of DJs from around northern California and Nevada. montbleuresort.com

GOING UNDERGROUND When looking for a more underground club scene, I head to 1Up in Reno, which sports an industrial vibe. The club owners work hard to keep the club constantly evolving, including adding a stimulating laser array. At 1Up, there is a generally younger crowd bouncing to house and EDM on Thursday through Saturday nights, sometimes until sunrise. 1upreno.com In between Peek and Opal in South Lake sits Xhale, an underground club and hooka lounge. This venue, lined with black light murals, hosts local DJs as well as special guest DJs from around the nation and caters to women, providing a safe and inviting environment where I head for a puff, a sip, or a space to dance out my day, since they are open 360 nights a year. hookahbarlaketahoe.com Whether on a hot date, celebrating an anniversary, or planning a girls/guys night out be sure to experience our 21+ nightlife for an unforgettable evening out on the town.

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A lineup of favorite free-flowing beverages in Reno/Tahoe. By Rae Matthews, Elevation Eats

Welcome to the draft, though this is not every college athlete’s dream, I’m referring to some tasty draught drinks right here in the Sierra. Beverages from the tap, of course, started with beer, and date back as far as the 17th century (possibly further). Originally, the beer was in wooden casks and gravity was the primary mode of conveyance. This is still done today and is known as real ale by enthusiasts. Then the 20th century saw the advent of the pressurized keg, though this didn’t become the norm till about the 1970s. Now it is so popular that other beverages are getting in on the mix. Check out these awesome ways to enjoy a delicious draft. 40 getaway reno/tahoe • planmygetaway.com

FROTHY COFFEE Yes, that’s right, coffee now comes on tap. For all of us who say they need coffee in an IV drip, this is as close as we’re going to get. Nitro cold brew is a style of coffee that is pressurized with nitrogen (like a Guinness) and comes out with a creamy texture. It is just starting to make its mark on the map. Like most good ideas, it seems to have sprung up almost simultaneously in multiple locations all since 2011. But word has spread of this most profound idea, and now it can be found right here.

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CONTD. Old World Coffee Lab in Reno is a purveyor of all things coffee. They are a coffee roastery with cafes to showcase their specialty coffee drinks, which includes the cold brew tap. Hub Coffee Roasters also a roastery and also in Reno, is frothy on the outside, but community focused at its core. Bibo Coffee Co. offers an enticing assortment of flavor-infused cold brews on tap and you can pack them up in a growler. Down in South Lake Tahoe is Revive Coffee and Wine, a local favorite with a large, charming outdoor space that can be reserved for private parties, and they’ve joined the cold brew draft train. oldworldcoffee.com; hubcoffeeroasters.com; bibocoffeecompany.com; revivecoffeewine.com

BOTTOMLESS WINE Well there’s probably a bottom somewhere, but we haven’t found it yet. Wine has now joined the movement of draft beverages. Tahoe Pourhouse in South Lake Tahoe has run full steam ahead with this idea. They feature no less than 20 self-serving wine taps. With a great location and delicious food, it’s very easy to take your time here. Reserve Wine Bar in the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno takes this concept up a notch, by offering 88 options to choose from in their Wineemotion wine dispensing system. Pour yourself your favorite or treat yourself to the most extensive self-guided wine tasting available. tahoepourhouse.com; grandsierraresort.com BEER, STILL FIRST PICK IN THE DRAFT We can’t possibly talk about beverages on tap and not mention beer. The question is not “who has beer on tap?” because who doesn’t? The question is, “who is awesome at it?” Here are those in Reno/Tahoe who take their draft picks seriously, for the love of beer. Beer NV in Reno does draft beer by sheer volume. With 60 craft and import beers on tap, they are the envy of beer lovers (pun intended). They are also very community minded and support a number of local nonprofits. They do not, however, provide food, so plan to bring food in from several close eateries. Mellow Fellow with locations in Reno and Truckee, offers 40 beers on tap as well as hard cider. They also serve sausages made in house. A staple to the Reno beer scene is The Brewer’s Cabinet. They offer their own selection of funky brews as well as guest

Photos this page: Tahoe Pourhouse

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taps, including a coffee stout made with coffee from Hub Coffee Roasters, in many shapes and sizes. Also, in Reno, there is The Eddy, a newish spin on the public house. This family and dog-friendly outdoor space is filled with games, art and live entertainment. They have 24 craft beer taps (Plus 10 wine taps!). Subject to the weather, they are only open in the warmer months. beernv.com; mellowfellowpub. com; thebrewerscabinet.com; theeddyreno.com Up on the hill, Tahoe City just saw the addition of Tahoe Tap Haus. They feature a respectable draft beer (and cider) selection, but best of all, these are the same people that brought you Tahoe Art Haus & Cinema, so they offer a menu that can be enjoyed at the theater. tahoetaphaus.com Down in South Lake Tahoe, and with a new location at Stateline, the beer flows freely at Lake Tahoe Aleworx. Here all 25 craft beer taps are self serve, as well as the three wine taps, one kombucha and one nitro coffee. You can sample as you go! Upon arrival, you are outfitted with a wristband that tracks your pours by the ounce, so you are in charge of the draft. They also have some of the best oven-fired pizza in town. New to South Shore is The Hanger Taproom and Bottle Shop. They have 30 rotating taps inside a cozy bar and an expansive outdoor area featuring firepits, cornhole, bocce ball and even a dog

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park (subject to the weather, of course). Also, in South Lake Tahoe is McP’s Taphouse Grill, an Irish Pub that features 40 beers on tap and live music five nights a week. Every day of the month there is new featured beer. And finally, a must visit in South Lake Tahoe is Cold Water Brewery & Grill, where they bring the draft to you. In addition to their bar, grill, and brewery, they also have a tap room where you can taste their beers while you wait for a table and also purchase home brew supplies, thereby making you commissioner of the draft.laketahoealeworx.com; @thehangarlaketahoe; @mcpstaphousetaho; tahoecoldwaterbrewery.com So, take your pick and enjoy your beverages pressurized. It’s definitely draft season.

It’s definitely draft season.

Photos this page: Lake Tahoe AleWorx


Just down the road from Genoa Lakes Golf Courses and Walley's Hot Springs!

Famous saloon to the stars! John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, Raquel Welch, Mark Twain, Ulysses S. Grant, Teddy Roosevelt and more.

Genoa Bar Since 1853

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Live music Porch Party every 1st and 3rd Sunday 1pm - 5pm! Try your luck on our smoke free slots! Order our famous 14 ingredient bloody Mary's Open Daily 10 am-Close 2282 Main Street Genoa, NV 775-782-3870 www.genoabarandsaloon.com

Extensive Italian Wine List.

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By Rae Matthews, Elevation Eats

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The most important question of the morning while vacationing at the lake. Breakfast and brunch may seem synonymous but choosing between them will, in fact, determine the course of the rest of your day. And when you’re on vacation here at Lake Tahoe, with so much to see and do, this is a crucial decision. The difference is all in the name. Breakfast is the “breaking of your fast,” or the first thing you ingest in the morning after a long night of not eating in your sleep. Brunch is the combination of breakfast and lunch and so represents the consumption of two meals at once. Both can be a delightful way to start your day. Here is what Lake Tahoe has to offer:

BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS In this corner, and reigning champion, we have Breakfast! Breakfast is said to be the most important meal of the day, even if it is the most neglected by American standards (the sample sentence in the dictionary for the word breakfast is actually “I don’t eat breakfast.”), and we couldn’t agree more. Breakfast is the fuel that revs your engine in the morning, and if you are here for some intense Tahoe adventure, then breakfast is your contender. But in order to power your day it must be done right. Lukewarm coffee and a stale bagel will not be sufficient adventure sustenance. On the South Shore you’ll find two intriguingly named diners, Bert’s Café and, across the street, Ernie’s Coffee Shop. This is for

real, and they are named for the actual people who started them up. These are local favorites, and we locals tend to be loyal to one or the other even though they both offer delicious fair. bertscafe. com; erniescoffeeshop.com Also on the griddle in South Lake Tahoe is Bear Beach Café, which offers home-made muffins and biscuits to complement their lake views; The Red Hut Café (also with locations in Stateline, Carson City and Reno), which has been a South Lake staple for 50 years; Heidi’s Pancake House, with their various pancake stacks including one with bacon mixed right into the batter. bearbeachcafe.com; redhutcafe.com; heidislaketahoe.com;

Photo on previous page: Zephyr Cove Restaurant; Photos this page: Artemis Lakefront Cafe (Jeramie Lu), Creative Crepes (Jeramie Lu), Casey’s (Jeramie Lu)


FOOD & DRINK Inside of Heavenly Village is Creative Crepes, offering a selection of 25 different crepes ranging from sweet to savory. They’ve managed to take all things breakfast, such as the scrambler or the strawberry short cake, wrap them up and make them French and portable. Take your crepe to go and still have a hearty breakfast on the run. Also in Heavenly Village is Driftwood Café, which offers “outrageous omelettes” and “wacky waffles,” as well as breakfast on the go. There is the institution, Meyer’s Downtown Café, which is dog friendly and well known for their hospitable owners and southern-style sweet tea. And finally, A Cup of Cherries, which offers healthy, but hearty, locally sourced fast-breaking options. creativecrepes.com; driftwoodtahoe.com; @meyer’s-down-town-café; acupofcherries.com Just north of South Lake Tahoe on the Nevada side is the historic Zephyr Cove Restaurant. Zephyr Cove has been a favorite lakeside retreat since 1862. Take in the beautiful view with a classic smoked salmon benedict or have a little hash with your hollandaise sauce. On the Nevada side you’ll also find Casey’s, a down home style bar and grill. Named for their family dog that lived a whopping 23 years, Casey’s offers fluffy souffle omelets with “has browns” in a relaxed, get-to-know-your-neighbor atmosphere. zephyrcove.com; caseystahoe.net On the West Shore you’ll find The Dam Café (cause there’s a dam in Tahoe City), conveniently located near the beaten path with breakfast burritos and sandwiches aplenty; Rosie’s Café, which is packed to the brim with interesting Tahoe kitsch; and The Old Post Office Café in Carnelian Bay, which offers a classic Americana breakfast in the old post office building. Around the bend you’ll find Kings Café in Kings Beach, with their lakeside breakfast tacos, and Sunshine Deli in Incline Village, famous for their quiche and cozy atmosphere. visittahoecity.org; rosiescafe.com; theoldpostofficecafe.com; @kings-café; sunshinedeli.com

Coming back down the West Shore, Café Zenon in Tahoe City offers a multi-cultural brunch on the weekends, which includes anything from brioche French toast to kim chi fried rice, and Fire Sign Café takes mimosas to a new level with their fresh-squeezed juice and “mug-mosas.” cafezenon.com; firesigncafe.com Back on the South Shore there is the famous Edgewood Golf Course. Golf and brunch are old friends, and at The Bistro at Edgewood that friendship comes with a view and a crispy side of bacon. Jimmy’s Restaurant at the Landing Resort and Spa offers a full English breakfast and a well-stocked bar. For bloody Mary enthusiasts, Coldwater Brewery and Grill offers a Sunday brunch with a build-your-own bloody mary bar. And if you like your brunch a little Greek, Artemis Lakefront Café will pack your brunch inside a pita. Their Greek breakfast replaces sausage and toast with gyro meat and pita bread, and their baklava French toast is drizzled with orange honey and crusted with pistachios. Opa! edgewoodtahoe.com; thelandingtahoe.com; tahoecoldwaterbrewery.com; artemislakefrontcafe.com

DING! DING! DING! And the winner is … Well it’s a close competition. It all depends on how you like to vacation here at Lake Tahoe. Personally, I like food more than I like adventure, so I lean toward brunch, but really, I’m too full to decide and I’m getting kind of sleepy.

BRUNCH PACKS A PUNCH And in the other corner we have the challenger, Brunch! Brunch is the more recent American tradition of pure indulgence. All foods are welcome at brunch, resulting in never-before-seen food combinations thanks to the bunch buffet. Plus, alcohol. bloody marys and mimosas are an integral part of the brunch experience, and when combined with full stomachs, tend to equal nap time. So if your Tahoe vacation is about recovering from that bachelor/ ette party or just relaxing, putting your feet up, and taking in the view, then brunch is the contender for you. Brewforia Beer Market in Incline Village offers a beer brunch. This is not a drill. It’s an assortment of oversized plates and fancy alcoholic beverages sure to send you right back to bed. Also, on the north side of the lake is Spindleshanks Tahoe Restaurant in Kings Beach, making brunch fancy with their “smoked trout bennie,” and Cascades Restaurant at the Resort at Squaw Creek, which makes the brunch buffet gourmet with their sweeping views of Squaw Valley. brewforia.com; spindleshankstahoe.com; destinationhotels.com/squawcreek

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Delicious Dining at Your Doorstep

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Photo: West Shore Market Deli


Mouthwatering food available for delivery and pickup in Reno/Tahoe. By Heidi Bethel

If your vacations are anything like mine, sometimes the last thing I want to do after a busy day exploring a new place is get ready to head out for a meal. Even the thought of packing up the family, making sure everyone has shoes on, and getting buckled in the car can be exhausting. Despite some serious effort to convince the kiddo and my husband that we can make a balanced meal from the scant remains in our traveling snack inventory, we usually order in. Should you find yourself with the same dilemma, lucky visitor, you’ll be happy to discover there are many delivery services and fantastic eateries that will bring their wares to you.

Pizza Pie Sure there are the tried and true chain delivery options, but if you’re looking for some quality pizza and Italian food in South Lake Tahoe then Blue Dog Gourmet Pizza is the place. In Reno, Noble Pie Parlor serves some seriously good grub — be sure to try their wings and famous calzones. And Lamppost Pizza in south Reno has tasty options, including a gluten-free menu. bluedogpizzatahoe.com; noblepieparlor.com; lamppostpizzareno.com

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Tacos and Such Craving some south-of-the-border flavors? A quick delivery request with Uber Eats will be sure to satisfy. In Reno, Roberto’s Taco Shop brings tasty favorites to northern Nevada from their home base in Sin City. Or, try the rolled tacos supreme or traditional street tacos from Habeneros Taco Grill. Yum! ubereats.com; robertostacoshop.com; habanerostacogrill.com

Rice and Ramen For some Asian flare, an online order through BringMeThat is just the ticket. In South Lake Tahoe, try Samurai Restaurant for sushi, curry and “oodles of noodles.” Cafe de Manila Restaurant and Bar and Asian Garden are two great options in Reno. bringmethat. com; sushitahoe.com; cafedemanilareno.com; renoasiangarden.com

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Grab-and-go Grub If you find yourself out and about, there are several options for quick pickup. In South Lake Tahoe, head to West Shore Market and Deli right along the lakeshore bike path for gourmet sandwiches, fresh salads and more. Craving barbecue? Then Chicken in a Barrel is just the ticket — be sure to peruse their delicious sides menu. The Cork & More Lake Tahoe serves freshly prepared foods with quality ingredients (and they have some amazing wine, too). Or, order some Mexican food online from Sombreros Authentic Mexican Food. For good Italian, Primos Italian Bistro is a must! westshoremarket.com; chickeninabarrel. com; thecorkandmore.com; sombrerostahoe.com; primositalianbistro.com In Reno, Rounds Bakery makes a whole slew of tasty to-go goodness. Definitely try one of their donuts for a special treat. Great Basin Community Food Co-op carries many options featuring products grown and made in the Sierra. roundsbakery.com; greatbasinfood.coop

these folks will bring all the fixings right to you. Bella Tahoe Catering & Deli is a fantastic option if you’re hosting a group while in the Lake Tahoe area. Down the mountain, Bella Vita offers an inviting menu including their signature chardonnay chicken. Butter + Salt in Reno has personal chefs who will prepare a meal onsite, as well as a full catering menu. Delicious! bellatahoe.com; bellavitabistro.com; butterandsaltgatherings.com Whether it’s not-so-traditional delivery, online orders or catering, options abound for great dining at your doorstep in Reno/Tahoe.

Photos this page: Rounds Bakery, Noble Pie Company, West Shore Market Deli

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SHOPPING

Get trendy with local brands and shops celebrating all things headwear. Hats are everywhere. Look around, I bet you see someone rocking some headwear right now. Or, maybe you have one on! Hats are a great way to express yourself and show off your favorite team, a place you’ve visited or where you’re from.

About Reno Tahoe By Ashley Polan

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Speaking of wearing a hat with your hometown, Reno/Tahoe residents are always proud to display where they’re from! Which is why branded hat companies have been popping up all over the Sierra. And why wouldn’t they? With an average of 251 days of sunshine, we LOVE our hats!

If you’re from this area or have spent some time here, I’m sure you’ve spotted those rad hats with the truck on the front. These colorful trucker hats are known as bigtruck®. Not only do they have endless colors and designs inspired by California mountain life, they also work with brands and companies around the globe to create cobranded hats featuring both brands’ logos, colorways and designs. Between my husband and I, we have at least five different styles of these hats lying around … From purchasing our own to being handed one with a company’s logo, we love to rock them! If you’re shopping in Truckee, stop by their office and grab a hat or design your own bigtruck® hat by picking from an assortment of patches, hat styles and thread colors. bigtruck.com

Photos this page: Tahoe Nevada Love, Reno eNVy, bigtruck®, Tahoe Heartbeat


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Hats are a great way to express yourself

Ah yes, mountain life is indeed the best life. You’ll likely start to notice a theme here! Which brings me to another favorite, Tahoe Nevada Love. This company was started by two Nevadans with a mission to “inspire Nevada locals to be as excited and anxious about their adventurous passion to protect and enjoy Lake Tahoe.” Their classic hat style includes the outline of Lake Tahoe with a heart inside, but they also have many other awesome designs with Nevadafocused phrases — Battle Born, Home Grown, High Fives & Mountain Vibes, and more! tahoenevadalove.com

Introducing, Reno eNVy where they’ve embodied the phrase “Home Means Nevada.” Their styles are Nevada focused featuring hats with the state outline, these guys bleed silver and blue. They have much more than hats. If you’re looking for a souvenir or you’re a local wanting to rep your state, check out their location in Reno’s Riverwalk District. homemeansnevada.com

Another brand inspired by Lake Tahoe and its pristine waters is TahoeMade. This local company focuses on everything Tahoe. I’ve personally been loving the corduroy hat designs they have out right not with the “Tahoe, Made in Calif ” printed in style. They have plenty of awesome Tahoe-inspired designs to choose from for both visitors and Tahoe natives. You should also check out their sister brand, Deso Supply Company for a lot of rad hats. tahoemadeattire.com; desosupply.com Up next, another brand sharing their love and passion for Tahoe, Tahoe Heartbeat. Designer Parker Alexander created a distinctive style of hat by incorporating the outline of Lake Tahoe in the center of an EKG line. Other than their logo, they find it fun to experiment with different materials, patterns, colors, etc. They have a passion for what they do, and it shows in their product! A must-see design for sure. tahoeheartbeat.com It’s no doubt we love Tahoe around here, but with this next company I’m going to bring you to the Biggest Little City.

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In addition to some amazing local brands, there are several local shops carrying the brands I’ve mentioned above as well as other hat fashions. Shopping in Reno? Check out Nomad Boutique, SierraBelle and Sittie and Sage. They are all located within walking distance of each other in Midtown. These shops are for the ladies and carry a number of fashion-forward styles for the shopaholic inside all of us. nomadboutique.com; shopsierrabelle.com; sittieandsage.com If that’s not enough, head up to Truckee and stroll along the streets downtown where you’ll find many great shops including a second Nomad Boutique location, Dressed Boutique, California 89, Tahoe University and more. @dressedboutiqueCA; california89.com; tahoe-university.com Visiting South Lake Tahoe? You won’t want to miss a chance to stroll the Village Shopping Center! Some of my favorites in the area include Savvy Lake Tahoe, Sealed with a Kiss and Malena Boutique. If those shops aren’t up your alley, there are plenty more to choose from in South Lake. savvylaketahoe.com; shopswak.com; malenaboutique.com Happy hat shopping!

Photo this page: VisitRenoTahoe.com/bigtruck


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PARTY IN YOUR

PACK Not-so-traditional and must-have accessories when adventuring in the Sierra.

When venturing out this spring and summer, consider packing these necessary, exciting essentials and fun accessories to make it the perfect day out while hiking, beaching and everything in between.

By Meghan Burk

Tenkara Rod Co. Here’s your excuse to get outside and go fish. This collapsible rod, line and kit is perfect for those Alpine lake hikes. Light in weight but sturdy on the cast, you’ll be hooked in more ways than one. Shoreline of Tahoe, 259 Kingsbury Grade Rd., Stateline shorelineoftahoe.com

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You always need fuel for your journey. With glutenfree, vegan and plant-based ingredients, these tasty snacks are packed with energy. Try their newest flavor, Carmel Chocolate Chunk.

Hike to the beat of your own drum. This floating, portable speaker functions in the water, with enhanced audio under the waves. It stores up to 1,000 songs, so let the music play during every outdoor Tahoe adventure.

Raley’s, 4000 Lake Tahoe Blvd., Ste. 6, South Lake Tahoe raleys.com

Tahoe Paddle & Oar, 8299 N. Lake Blvd, Kings Beach tahoepaddle.com

Smith Haywire Chroma Pop Sunglasses With an average of 249 days of sunshine a year, eye protection is a must. This timeless look with polarized protection is perfect for any trail or outdoor adventure. Shoreline of Tahoe, 259 Kingsbury Grade Rd., Stateline shorelineoftahoe.com

Sun Bum Mineral Line Looking to avoid that thick, SPF latex covering? Go as natural as possible while keeping the protection. This new zinc-based mineral collection goes on smooth, is waterproof and has all the natural goodness while avoiding those harsh chemicals. Shoreline of Tahoe, 259 Kingsbury Grade Rd., Stateline shorelineoftahoe.com

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Osprey Skarab Skimmer Series As a multi-sport adventurer, I’m always looking for a pack with numerous uses. This versatile pack series has a built-in hydration system, snack pockets and panel zips for an extended day out, mountain bike ride or music festival. Tahoe Sports Ltd., 4000 Lake Tahoe Blvd., Ste. #7, South Lake Tahoe tahoesportsltd.com

Hemlock Hats With an SPF protection of 50+, this is sure to keep you safe from the endless UV rays. Made from 100-percent straw, the light-weight hat is breathable and the draw string will keep you safe from those Zephyr winds. Powder House Stateline at Zalanta, 4101 Lake Tahoe Blvd., Ste. 109, South Lake Tahoe tahoepowderhouse.com


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Large Hands-On area with gentle deer to pet and feed. Located only 8 miles from the downtown casinos Take US 395 North to exit 78. left at the stop sign, then 2nd left. 10200 North Virginia St., Reno • 775.677.1101 SierraSafariZoo.org

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RELAX

FRESHEN UP WITH THESE TREATMENTS FROM YOUR NOSE TO YOUR TOES. By Annie Flanzraich

It’s time for spring cleaning — but that doesn’t have to mean all vacuuming and dusting and no fun. After you’ve finished Kondoing your drawers and perfecting a vertical fold, take some time to pamper yourself and refresh with a treatment at some local day spas and salons.

RISE AND SHINE

Brighten up your locks with a soothing botanical hair treatment from Imagine Salon in South Lake Tahoe. This service uses Aveda Botanical Therapy to give you luminous, healthy-looking hair. Choose from either a hydration or protein-packed formula specialized to your needs. The treatment combines a restorative scalp massage, essential oils and a propriety blend of other ingredients to maintain the condition of your hair and deliver exceptional shine. imaginesalontahoe.com

FRESH FACED

With a dozen different types of facials and skin treatments available, BioSpirit Day Spa in South Lake Tahoe has a service for every skin type and need. For a facial to clean out your pores, try the Purifying Deep Pore Facial, which concentrates on the benefits of deep cleansing and exfoliation. massagetahoe.com

THAT’S A WRAP!

Make your skin look younger and more supple with a nourishing antioxidant wrap from Spavia, located in The Summit Reno. This body wrap treatment uses active ingredients to restore your skin. The treatment begins with a raw cane sugar scrub followed by a body masque application and warm oil scalp massage. The botanical blend is enriched with antioxidants, and vitamin C found in guava fruit. Afterward, the benefits include a boost of collagen production, skin hydration, and toning, and an unparalleled glow. spaviadayspa.com/reno-nv

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ALL A GLOW If you’re suffering from dry, chaffed skin after a long winter, it’s time to head to Dolce Vita Wellness Spa for a refreshing glow. This body treatment features a decadent all-over scrub, relaxing rain shower and the smoothing effects of hydrating organic body butter for beautiful, soft, glowing skin. Make the experience even more relaxing by adding a muscle-melting massage. dolcevitawellnessspa.com

UNBLOCK YOUR CHAKRAS Sometimes, you need to work on the inside to get to the outside. That’s where Aveda's Chakra Balancing Massage at L’essence Day Spa and Hair Salon can help. This innovative treatment incorporates Aveda's Chakra Balancing Blend Aromas and focuses on the seven chakra centers in the body using a variety of massage techniques, including deep tissue, foot reflexology, and energy work. The massage concludes with a guided meditation to help enhance the benefits of stress relief, decreased muscular tension and increased energy. lessencedayspa.com

BEST FOOT FORWARD Treat yourself to an ultimate deluxe pampering pedicure at Happy Foot Spa in south Reno. This relaxing pedicure includes a deliciously sweet exfoliating sugar scrub, mineral mask, paraffin wax, hot towels with a hot stone massage, and your choice of warm, scented lotion. renohappyfootspa.com Take a break from all that scrubbing and cleaning for a little bit of pampering this spring and enjoy a treatment (or three!) and one of the region’s lovely day spas and salons.

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N AT U RA L AT TRACTIONS Unplug from everyday life at So rensen’s Reso rt. By Meghan Burk

Whether it’s exploring wildflower-filled trails in Hope Valley or taking a fly-fishing lesson on the West Fork of the Carson River, Sorensen’s Resort is my chance to take in all the natural attractions. This is where locals go to unplug and unwind from the hustle and bustle of life. This best-kept secret is tucked away in beautiful Hope Valley, Calif., just 20 minutes from Lake Tahoe. It’s the perfect blend of cozy and comfortable relaxation for outdoor lovers hoping to spend time away from emails and cell phones. And by the way, you won’t find any TVs, internet or cell service here, giving you the opportunity to read that book you packed. (You know what I’m talking about!) Offering an ideal mountain experience, enjoy endless recreation every season. In the early summer and extending into fall, explore a wildflower wilderness hike or nature walk on their array of trails then relax, sipping wine as you cozy up next to the campfire. Nearby corrals offer Pony Express-inspired horseback rides. Kick up your heels biking in the Sierra from road biking to mountain biking or take an exhilarating adventure white-water rafting the East Fork of the Carson River. Hosted workshops and other festivities are a special treat, from

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stargazing, to music, water coloring, photography and more, so be sure to check their schedule of events online. Need to fuel those adventures? You’ll love the Sorensen’s Country Café. Serving three delicious meals a day, my favorite item on the menu is their signature beef burgundy stew complemented with a glass of red from their stock of fine wines. On your way out, pick up some memorabilia at their quaint gift shop to remember your already memorable time here. When you’re ready to plan your visit, check real-time weather conditions on their website. They are an official National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration weather station, giving you the most accurate weather conditions and road access. Sorensen’s is also excited to announce their electric car plug-in stations, partnering with Tesla to support gas-free cars on the road and becoming a Supercharger location to help keep Tahoe blue and the Sierra green. sorensensresort.com


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DINING THE BAKED BEAR

Indulge your sweet tooth with custom ice cream sandwiches made with homemade cookies and brownies, creamy ice cream and a variety of toppings. 4118 Lake Tahoe Blvd., Ste. 5, South Lake Tahoe, thebakedbear.com

CIERA STEAK + CHOPHOUSE

Choose from an exquisite array of steaks and chops, fresh seafood and vegetarian/vegan entrees complemented by an international selection of 300 wines and champagnes. Open for dinner only. Inside MontBleu Casino, 55 U.S. Hwy 50, South Lake Tahoe, 775-588-3515 montbleuresort.com

BELLA TAHOE CATERING & DELI

Enjoy gourmet lunches and dinners to go using sustainable, locally grown products and produce. Delicious catering for parties of two to 200, and more in Tahoe, Carson City and Reno. 152 U.S. Hwy 50, Stateline, 530-416-0401 bellatahoe.com

ECHO LOUNGE RESTAURANT

Echo Lounge Restaurant offers you tasty appetizers, light lunches, hearty dinners, a casual atmosphere and plenty of flat-screen TVs for watching the game. 4130 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-543-2140 tahoeresorthotel.com

TIMBERS

The Timbers provides a relaxing dining environment with open beam wooden ceilings coupled with contemporary decor. The Timbers is a Tahoe local's go-to restaurant. Inside Lakeside Inn & Casino, 168 U.S. Hwy 50, Stateline, 775-588-7777 lakesideinn.com

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ARTEMIS MEDITERRANEAN GRILL

Enjoy exceptional service and authentic Greek cuisine at Artemis with delicious Mediterranean and Greek classics like gyros, spanakopita, falafel, hummus, souvlaki, kebab plates, plus much more. Two locations, King’s Trading Post 2229 Lake Tahoe Blvd., Ste. A, South Lake Tahoe, 530-542-2500 and Artemis Lake Front Cafe at Ski Run Marina 900 Ski Run Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-542-3332 artemismediterraneangrill.com

LAKE TAHOE ALEWORX

An adventure for your taste buds! AleWorX has local and limited release craft beer on self-pour taps. Create your own sampler, order a wood-fired pizza and enjoy a seat by the fire pit! Plus, enjoy two locations. 2050 Lake Tahoe Blvd., Ste. 2050, South Lake Tahoe; 31 Hwy 50 Stateline, 530-600-0442, laketahoealeworx.com

TAHOE POURHOUSE

Start your day or wind down at Tahoe Pourhouse. Open daily from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., serving farmto-table breakfast, entrees, tapas and cheese boards along with certified fair trade coffee and self-serve wine on tap. 2042 Lake Tahoe Blvd., Ste. 2042, South Lake Tahoe, 530-600-3775 tahoepourhouse.com

FOX AND HOUND

This smokehouse takes barbecue to the next level with meats cooked low and slow for up to 16 hours over a blend of fruit and hard woods. The “2012 People’s Choice” Carson Station Ribmaster Rumble award winner complements every cut of meat with the finest selection of dry rubs and sauces. 237 Tramway, Stateline, 775-588-8887 foxandhoundtahoe.com

EDGEWOOD RESTAURANT

Alpine chateau-inspired architecture, wooden archways, vaulted ceilings, and two graduated levels gives diners a panoramic lake view. Enjoy high-end dining mixed with an appreciation for simplicity. 100 Lake Pkwy., Stateline, 775-588-2787 edgewoodtahoe.com

THE LOFT THEATRE-LOUNGE-DINING

ZEPHYR COVE RESTAURANT

Known by locals as “The Lodge,” they serve American favorites for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Features a large windowed dining room with amazing views of the lake, trees and mountains, and a stone fireplace facing the full-service bar with flat-screen TVs. 760 U.S. Hwy 50, Zephyr Cove, 775-589-4968 zephyrcove.com

All-in-one family friendly destination. Awardwinning chef, handcrafted cuisine TASTE at The Loft - American Tapas, specialty cocktails, fine wines and beers, high-end lounge, and worldclass magicians performing in Magic Fusion featured in the 107-seat theatre. Inside the Shops at Heavenly Village, 1001 Heavenly Village Way Ste. 50, South Lake Tahoe, 530-523-8024 thelofttahoe.com

LAKESIDE INN & CASINO

MOTT CANYON TAVERN

CREATIVE CREPES

Longtime #1 local tavern and grill featuring a patio, outdoor fire pit, 13 beers on tap, full liquor bar, gaming machines and a variety of great food served until 3 a.m. daily. 259 NV-207, Stateline, 775-588-8989 @mott.canyon.tavern.and.grill

For over 30 years, Lakeside has been a locals' favorite place to eat, drink, play and sleep. Hands down, they are the "Best Bet" in Tahoe. 168 Hwy 50, Stateline, 775-588-7777 lakesideinn.com

Whether savory, sweet or breakfast style, you can get a taste of Paris with the piping-hot, made-to-order crepes. 4118 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-600-3700 @creative-crepes

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CHICKEN IN A BARREL

Taste their one-of-a-kind smoked barbecue chicken, ribs, beef and pork. While it’s not a fancy place, they know how to serve darn good meats! 2100 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-600-4480 chickeninabarrel.com

BROOKS’ BAR AND DECK

Located off Edgewood Tahoe’s picturesque 18th hole, Brooks’ Bar and Deck has postcard-like views, flat-screen TVs, casual dining, deluxe appetizers and sophisticated comfort food. 18th Hole: Edgewood Golf Course, 100 Lake Pkwy., Stateline, 775-588-6183 edgewoodtahoe.com

OYSTER BAR

Enjoy New Orleans favorites such as mussels, oyster shooters, hearty gumbos, and traditional jambalaya prepared right before your eyes at Lake Tahoe’s first and only raw seafood bar. Inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe, 50 U.S. Hwy. 50, Stateline, 775-589-7679 hardrockcasinolaketahoe.com

LEWMARNEL’S STEAKS AND SPIRITS

Known to have “the best steak at the lake,” LewMarNel’s serves choice cut steaks, sumptuous seafood and daily chef’s specials. They have a great wine menu, too! Inside Best Western Station House Inn, 901 Park Ave., South Lake Tahoe, 530-542-1072 stationhouseinn.com

BISTRO AT EDGEWOOD TAHOE

Inside the Lodge at Edgewood Tahoe, this full-service space open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner is a refined, yet casual, dining option for families, friends and foodies alike. Inside the Lodge at Edgewood Tahoe,100 Lake Pkwy., Stateline, 775-588-2787 edgewoodtahoe.com

MY THAI & NOODLE / TAHOE HOT POT

Get your Thai food fix or have some createyour-own fun at this local favorite. My Thai & Noodle and Tahoe Hot Pot serves authentic Thai cuisine made with only the best ingredients. 177 U.S. Hwy 50, Stateline, 775-586-8757 thairestaurantsouthlaketahoe.com

CASEY’S RESTAURANT

This casually comfortable restaurant serves American and Mexican faire. Enjoy live entertainment in “The Living Room” and their daily happy hour from 3 to 6 p.m. 212 Elk Point Rd., Zephyr Cove, 775-586-1822 caseystahoe.net

XHALE BAR & LOUNGE

Dance the night away at this full-service bar and lounge offering both tobacco and non-tobacco hookah. With guest DJs and weekly drink specials, this is the place to go for a fun night out! 27 Hwy 50, Ste. Basement, Stateline, 775-580-7221 xhalelaketahoe.com


THE HANGAR TAPROOM AND BOTTLE SHOP

Lake Tahoe's premier taproom with 30 unique craft beers on draft, bottles and cans to go. A family friendly and dog-friendly environment no matter the season with several outside fire pits and heaters. 2401 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-578-0089 @thehangarlaketahoe

PARK PRIME INSIDE HARD ROCK HOTEL & CASINO

Local ranchers inspired this modern steakhouse that offers a sophisticated bar and stylish atmosphere with upscale cuisine. The menu features local grass-fed, free-range beef and premium seafood. Inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe, 50 U.S. Hwy. 50, Stateline, 775-589-7680 hardrockcasinolaketahoe.com

MCP’S TAPHOUSE GRILL

Come by this local favorite for some of the best food and atmosphere in South Lake Tahoe. Boasting a state-of-the-art kitchen, 40 beers on tap and 20 flat-screen TVs. 4125 Lake Tahoe Blvd., Ste. A, South Lake Tahoe, 530-542-4435 mcpstaphousetahoe.com

FIRE+ICE

Enjoy an interactive grill and bar that goes beyond your wildest expectations when it comes to satisfying each and every appetite. 4100 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-542-6650 fire-ice.com

MACDUFF’S PUBLIC HOUSE

Started by two brothers from Aberdeen, Scotland, and two friends from Connecticut, this restaurant features a menu of authentic Scottish pub fare from family recipes and handmade pizzas from a wood-fired oven. Lively ambiance, tartan decor, great food and good times make MacDuff’s a local favorite. 1041 Fremont Ave., South Lake Tahoe, 530-542-8777 macduffspub.com

SIDELINES SPORTS PUB

Catch your favorite team while sipping on an ice-cold beverage and munching on some sports pub grub at this new sports bar. Inside Beach Retreat & Lodge, 3411 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-541-6722 tahoebeachretreat.com

BOAT HOUSE ON THE PIER

Located on top of the longest pier at Lake Tahoe, Boat House on the Pier is known as one of the best places to sip wine or indulge in one of their famous signature cocktails while taking in Lake Tahoe’s legendary sunsets. 3411 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-545-4338 tahoebeachreatreat.com

THE BEACON BAR & GRILL

Winner in four "Best of Tahoe 2018" categories, this local lakeside hotspot has food, drinks, and views to die for. Camp Richardson, 1900 Jameson Beach Rd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-541-0630 camprichardson.com

PRIMO’S ITALIAN BISTRO

Serving southern Italian cuisine using the finest ingredients. Savor sauces, pastas and desserts made in house from scratch for a truly authentic experience. 2180 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-600-2220 primositalianbistro.com


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SHOPPING THE CORK & MORE

Visit The Cork & More for the best selection of wine, cheese, beer, gourmet food, take-out deli, pastries, textiles, glassware, cookbooks, coffee accessories and so much more. 1032 Al Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-544-5253 thecorkandmore.com

EMANATE GALLERY

Peruse the work of local artists with a special focus on physical art and custom framing. Many pieces represent a component of the Sierra that you can bring home to cherish your stay. 2030 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-600-4477 emanategallery.com

THE VILLAGE CENTER: LAKE TAHOE ART CENTER

Located just a block from the casinos and next door to Heavenly Village, this bustling shopping center houses the greatest density of art galleries anywhere in the Tahoe Basin. They have it all, with treasures such as handcrafted jewelry, Tahoe landscape photography, and original and limited edition paintings. 4000 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, villagecentertahoe.com

THE VILLAGE CENTER: SPECIALTY SHOPS

Satisfy all your shopping needs at The Village Center. Offering a fabulous assortment of boutiques, art galleries and specialty shops. It’s just a hop and a skip from your hotel in South Lake Tahoe. Convenience, quality, variety and affordability — what more could you want? Go ahead, release your inner shopaholic and indulge! 4000 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, villagecentertahoe.com

THE HEAVENLY VILLAGE

OVERLAND MEAT & SEAFOOD COMPANY

Visit the only full-service butcher shop in Lake Tahoe where the meats are free range with no antibiotics or hormones, and the seafood is wild and shipped fresh overnight every Friday from Hawaii. You can pay for your meat, have it cooked to order and ready to pick up. They will even rotisserie any of their meats free of charge. Inside King’s Trading Post, 2227 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-544-3204 overlandmeatco.com

Argh matey! Discover your inner pirate and explore yer pirate booty at this one-of-a-kind store. Find eclectic party attire for all occasions. Buccaneers will enjoy a chest of treasures, from Tahoe trinkets, to funny gag gifts, collectables and neat items you won’t find anywhere else. Inside the Lakeview Plaza Center, 3330 Lake Tahoe Blvd., Ste. 13, South Lake Tahoe, 530-544-9777 ccspiratetreasures.com

BENKO ART GALLERY

This unique collection of shops and eateries offers a blend of local flair and national brand items. Enjoy outdoor fall mini golf, winter ice skating and a year-round eight-plex cinema. 1001 Heavenly Village Way, South Lake Tahoe, theshopsatheavenly.com

Voted “The Best Art Gallery on the South Shore,” here you’ll find contemporary fine art celebrating all the beauty that is Lake Tahoe. Take home a reproduction printed on paper or canvas as a great way to remember your stay. 3979 Lake Tahoe Blvd., Ste. 2, South Lake Tahoe, 530-600-3264 benkoartgallery.com

TRUNK SHOW

A shop fit for any biking aficionado. Head to Mountain West to get out on the trail with the best gear including helmets and accessories, mountain bikes, biking rentals and more! 2052 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-600-4144 mountainwest.rentals

Visit Trunk Show in Tahoe City for a revolving collection of locally made art, jewelry, gifts, and souvenirs. Awarded “#1 Gift Shop in North Lake Tahoe and Truckee!” Inside Cobblestone Center, 475 N. Lake Blvd., Ste. 103, Tahoe City, 530-584-7554 tahoetrunkshow.com

DOG. DOG. CAT.

Tahoe’s #1 Pet Store wants to provide your best friends with products that will enhance their health and enrich their lives. Choose from human-grade food and snacks, earth-friendly grooming products, top-notch toys, collars, name tags, leashes and more. They have some really cool stuff for humans, too. Inside Village Center, 4000 Lake Tahoe Blvd., Ste. C-17, South Lake Tahoe, 530-541-2322 dogdogcat.com

CC’S PIRATE TREASURES, A.K.A. THE PIRATE STORE

SIDESTREET BOUTIQUE

Find a wide array of designer clothing and accessories for men, women and children. Locally owned and operated, Sidestreet Boutique was voted the “Best Place to Shop” in South Lake Tahoe. 4000 Lake Tahoe Blvd., Ste. 19, South Lake Tahoe, 530-544-3315 sidestreetboutique.com

SHORELINE OF TAHOE

Established in 1985, Shoreline of Tahoe specializes in skis, snowboards, bikes, and other outdoor recreational needs. This fullservice retail, rental and repair shop stocks everything you need to enjoy your time on the mountain. 259 Kingsbury Grade, Stateline, 775-588-8777 shorelineoftahoe.com

HARD ROCK HOTEL & CASINO LAKE TAHOE

More than 500 slot machines, a state-ofthe-art William Hill sports book, a variety of table games, plus live entertainment, comedic acts and world-class dining await at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. 50 U.S. Hwy 50, Stateline, 844-588-ROCK (7625) hardrockcasinolaketahoe.com

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MOUNTAIN WEST

REPLENISH TAHOE

With a mission to enrich the community, this boutique is filled with handmade, fair-trade and non-toxic products. Stop in for unique gifts, soaps, lotions and essential oils. 2028 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-600-4607 replenishtahoe.com

ACTIVITIES LAKE TAHOE SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL

Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival produces world-class professional theater and presents a robust Showcase Series in an exceptional setting on the shores of Lake Tahoe. 2005 Hwy 28, Incline Village, 800-747-4697 laketahoeshakespeare.com

PEEK NIGHTCLUB AT HARRAH’S TAHOE

Peek into the lives of the rich and fabulous inside PEEK Nightclub. Grab a drink at this Tahoe hot spot and dance the night away under stunning lights, lasers and video boards, or reserve a VIP booth for real superstar treatment. 15 U.S. Hwy 50, Stateline, 775-588-6611 caesars.com/peek


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A Napa-Style Market & Deli in the Heart of Lake Tahoe

SORENSEN’S RESORT

Nowhere else in the central Sierra will you find as perfect a mountain experience as Sorensen’s Resort. It’s ideally situated in a picturesque alpine valley ringed by aspens and stunning peaks, offering endless year-round possibilities. Special workshops and activities such as stargazing, watercolor painting, fishing, rafting, photography and more. 14255 U.S. Hwy 88, Hope Valley, 530-694-2203 sorensensresort.com

LAKE TAHOE YOGA STUDIO, SCHOOL & RETREATS

Enjoy daily wine tasting from 10 am - 7 pm & Happy Hour Specials from 3 pm - 6 pm daily Open Mon - Sat 10am - 7pm • Sun 10am - 5pm

CUSTOM DESIGNED GIFT BASKETS

Fine red and white varietals accompany cheese platters featuring a selection of imported and domestic cheeses

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A R T I S A N A L C H E E S E S & M E AT S

Since 2008, Lake Tahoe Yoga has offered educational yoga classes inside and outside — on the beach, on a paddleboard, lawn, boat and more. 100 McFaul Way, Zephyr Cove, 775-580-7224 laketahoeyoga.com

ZEPHYR COVE RESORT DAY TRIP

There are plenty of things to do to make your visit to Zephyr Cove Resort unforgettable. Year round, cruise the lake on a Mississippi-style paddlewheel boat and, during the summer relax on the beach or adventure with a jet ski. Stop in at Zephyr Cove Restaurant and enjoy a delicious meal next to their grand fireplace. 760 U.S. Hwy 50, Zephyr Cove, 775-589-4995 zephyrcove.com

LAKE TAHOE CRUISES

The M.S. Dixie II affords some of the most spectacular views of Lake Tahoe, including Emerald Bay with its breathtaking natural vistas. Aboard this classic paddlewheel boat, you’ll experience beautiful daytime scenic journeys or picturesque sunset dinner cruises with live entertainment and delicious entrees. 760 U.S. Hwy 50, Zephyr Cove, 800-238-2463 zephyrcove.com/cruises

S P E C I A LT Y W I N E S E L E C T I O N

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TAHOE HOT POT SHABU SHABU Fresh • Healthy • Nutritious • With excellent house dipping sauces

LAKE TAHOE THE PARTY BOAT AT SKI RUN BOAT CO.

Cruise Lake Tahoe on The Party Boat! Create lasting memories on the 52-footlong Harbor Master, which takes you out to beautiful Emerald Bay. Ski Run Marina, 900 Ski Run Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-542-2111 tahoesports.com

Lunch Special • Mon-Fri, 11am-3pm (except holidays)

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LAKE TAHOE SKI RUN BOAT COMPANY BOAT RENTALS

When you rent from Ski Run Boat Company and sister company, Tahoe Keys Boat Rentals, expect Lake Tahoe’s finest, safest and largest watercraft fleet. Rent everything from high-performance wakeboard boats to relaxing pontoon boats. Enjoy a day of sightseeing on the water or grab some toys to go tubing, wake surfing, waterskiing and wakeboarding. Ski Run Marina, 900 Ski Run Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-544-0200 tahoesports.com

ACTION WATERSPORTS

Rent a boat or wave runner, join them for a cruise on a yacht or 65-foot sailboat, parasail high above the lake or speed to Emerald Bay on Tahoe Thunder. 4041 Lakeshore Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-541-9800; 3411 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-544-2942; 1900 Jameson Beach Rd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-5426572; 7901 W. Lake Blvd., Tahoma, 530-525-5588 action-watersports.com

SKI RUN BOAT COMPANY PARASAILING

Parasailing adventures await! Sail high above the pristine water of Lake Tahoe or just come along as an observer. Need a boat rental for a few hours or the day? Rent The Party Boat, perfect for private parties for any occasion. Ski Run Marina, 900 Ski Run Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-544-0200 tahoesports.com

SKI RUN BOAT COMPANY JET SKI TOUR TO EMERALD BAY

Looking for a fun adventure on the crystal blue waters? The Ski Run Boat Company offers tours of Lake Tahoe by boat or on a jet ski. The Emerald Bay Jet Ski tour is two hours of exhilarating fun. Ski Run Marina, 900 Ski Run Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-544-0200 tahoesports.com

CRUISE TAHOE

Discover the history and secrets of the lake with your family and friends on The Tahoe, a beautifully restored high-speed woody cruiser that seats up to 21 passengers. Offering South Tahoe’s only public cruise to the historic Thunderbird Lodge. 2500 Located at Zephyr Cove Marina, 760 U.S. Hwy 50, Stateline, 775-230-8907 cruisetahoe.com

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ELEVATED FITNESS

TAHOE SPORT FISHING CO.

TAHOE DIVE CENTER

Enjoy incredible Lake Tahoe views while playing our par-58 Mountain Course or the par-72 Championship Course; or play both for a great low rate! Championship Course 955 Fairway Blvd., Incline Village; Mountain Course 690 Wilson Way, Incline Village 877-468-4397 yourtahoeplace.com Family owned and operated since 1953, the largest fleet in Lake Tahoe will take you fishing year round. They will supply you with everything for an unforgettable experience hooking mackinaw (lake trout), rainbow and brown trout, and kokanee salmon. 900 Ski Run Blvd., Ste. 102, South Lake Tahoe, 530-541-5448 tahoesportfishing.com

EPIC DISCOVERY AT HEAVENLY MOUNTAIN

Take a ride up the Heavenly Gondola to the top of the mountain and discover a variety of activities including zip lines, adventure ropes courses, climbing, hiking and dining. Ticket office located in Heavenly Village, 4080 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 1-800-HEAVENLY skiheavenly.com

THUNDERBIRD LODGE

Explore the historic Thunderbird Lodge with an extraordinary tour of the castle, its grounds and the famed Thunderbird yacht. Enjoy special Wine & Cheese tours or fundraising events including Winemakers’ Dinners and the Thunderfaire Food & Wine Festival during the spring and summer months. Visit or call for tickets, Incline Village Crystal Bay Visitors Bureau, 969 Tahoe Blvd., Incline Village, 1-800-GOTAHOE thunderbirdtahoe.org

RUM RUNNER CRUISES

Experience the aweinspiring beauty of Emerald Bay aboard Camp Richardson’s comfortable and spacious 55-foot yacht, The Rum Runner. Get a water-level view of Vikingsholm Castle, Tea House Island, Eagle Falls and a scenic shoreline. A must-do during your trip to Lake Tahoe. Camp Richardson Historic Resort & Marina, 1900 Jameson Beach Rd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-542-6570 camprichardson.com

THUNDERBIRD LODGE

Explore the historic Thunderbird Lodge with an extraordinary tour of the castle, its grounds and the famed Thunderbird yacht. Enjoy special Wine & Cheese tours or fundraising events including Winemakers’ Dinners and the Thunderfaire Food & Wine Festival during the spring and summer months. Visit or call for tickets, Incline Village Crystal Bay Visitors Bureau, 969 Tahoe Blvd., Incline Village, 775-832-8750 thunderbirdtahoe.org

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Get pumped for this high-altitude, carbon-neutral, human-powered fitness facility focusing on dynamic, scientific workouts. Take a class or a personal training session for a healthy pause during your Tahoe vacation. 4000 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-318-8666 elevatedtahoe.com

This 5-star PADI dive center specializes in all aspects of diving, from dive travel, equipment and equipment repair, to dive certifications including open water up to course director and dive specialties. 209 Kingsbury Grade, Ste. 1D, Stateline, 775-884-3483 tahoedivecenter.com

LAKE TAHOE GOLF COURSE

Surrounded by the Sierra and nestled in a natural mountain Meadow, let the snowcapped mountains be the backdrop to your next special event in our 2000-square-foot event space offering fully catered packages for small and large parties. 2500 Emerald Bay Rd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-577-0788 laketahoeegc.com

SERVICES TAHOE CENTER FOR ORTHOPEDICS: BARTON HEALTH

As the official medical providers for the U.S. Ski and Snowboard teams, the surgeons have extensive experience in orthopedics and sports medicine. They’ll help you “Heal like a Champion!” South Lake Tahoe, North Lake Tahoe, Carson City, 877-543-5554 toll free or 530-543-5554 tahoeorthopedics.com

LAKE TAHOE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

At 6,229 feet above sea level, Lake Tahoe Community College is located at the highest elevation of any college in Northern California. Visit their website for a list of community events while you’re here! 1 College Dr., South Lake Tahoe, 530-541-4660 ltcc.edu

BIOSPIRIT DAY SPA

Experience pure bliss and relaxation with a facial, massage, or visit to their steam room, infrared sauna and more. Voted “Best of Tahoe” three times! 1116 Ski Run Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-542-4095 massagetahoe.com

IMAGINE SALON

South Lake Tahoe's newest beauty destination combines uptown sophistication with downtown modernity. Take your look lakeside with a new cut with color, event style, coloring and makeup application. 4000 Lake Tahoe Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, 530-600-1616 imaginesalontahoe.com


TAHOE BOAT INSPECTIONS

Get on the water faster when you arrive with your boat clean, drained and dry thanks to Tahoe Boat Inspections. Protect the lake from invasive species, get rid of plants or critters away from the lakes or rivers, and drain your outdrive to release residual water. Inspection stations around Lake Tahoe, tahoeboatinspections.com/inspectionlocations

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DINING WILD RIVER GRILLE

Featuring classic American cuisine with an innovative twist, a full bar, and scenic patio set against the picturesque Truckee River. They offer a wide selection of signature cocktails, wines, local brews and liquor infusions, plus weekly happy hour specials, Sundays Uncorked food and wine pairing and occasional live music. 17 S. Virginia St., Reno, 775-284-7455 wildrivergrille.com

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NOBLE PIE PARLOR

With two locations, Noble Pie Parlor upholds the principles of incredible pizza, craft beer and craft cocktails shared in the company of friends and family. 777 S. Center St., Ste. 100; 239 W. Second St., Reno, 775-323-1494 noblepieparlor.com

PIGNIC PUB & PATIO

Craving a little time at the grill? Bring your favorite protein, get ready to dawn an apron and enjoy some delicious craft libations. Pignic has a great local beer selection, too! 235 Flint St., Reno, 775-376-1948 @pignicpub

THE DEPOT CRAFT BREWERY & DISTILLERY

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As Nevada’s first brewery and distillery, The Depot offers you tasty food, exceptionally brewed craft beer and award-winning spirits in a historic setting. 325 E. 4th St., Reno, 775-737-4330 thedepotreno.com

BAVARIAN WORLD

Stop by Bavarian World for Old World charm and Bavarian-German cuisine. It’s a restaurant, bakery, delicatessen, gift shop and grocery store rolled into one. 595 Valley Rd., Reno, 775-323-7646 bavarianworldreno.com

ROUNDABOUT GRILL

Enjoy American-inspired cuisine at Roundabout Grill where small plates are 25-percent off Monday – Friday from 4 to 6 p.m. Free valet parking for restaurant guests. Inside Whitney Peak Hotel, 255 N. Virginia St., Reno, 775-398-5454 roundaboutgrill.com

Enjoy 9, 18, or 36 holes of Lake Tahoe golf play both courses deal • $199 or $99 (after 3pm) Championship & Mountain Courses. Restrictions apply. Mtn Course: Sunday family fun days Kids 17 & Under Play Free (w/paying adult)

Incline Village, North Lake Tahoe

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LOUIS’ BASQUE CORNER

This long-standing, family friendly restaurant has been serving delicious, authentic Basque food since 1967. Stop by and try their famous picon punch! 301 E. 4th St., Reno, 775-323-7203 louisbasquecorner.com

CHEZ LOUIE

This fun and modern French-inspired eatery brings a refined taste, affordable high-class cuisine and welcoming feel that complements the cultural fabric of the museum. Inside the Nevada Museum of Art, 160 W. Liberty St., Reno, 775-284-2921 chez-louie.com

SHOPPING SOUTH CREEK SHOPPING CENTER

Your one-stop destination featuring some of the best shops, eateries, boutiques and highend bars. Discover local clothing, food and drink at Beer NV, Dorinda’s Chocolates, Yosh’s Unique Deli and Home Means Nevada. 95 Foothill Rd., Reno, shopsouthcreek.com

OUTLETS AT SPARKS

This one-stop shopping, dining and entertainment destination has the region’s only IMAX theatre and 25-to-70-percent off deals on name brands such as Nike, Gap, Guess and many others.1310 Scheels Dr., Sparks, 775-358-3800 outletsatsparks.com

NORTHERN NEVADA COIN

Looking for a unique piece of high-end jewelry, watch or rare coin? Head to Northern Nevada Coin’s three locations. In Carson City, they have an expansive selection of diamonds, diamond engagement rings, wedding bands and more. 1280 E. Plumb Lane, Ste. C, Reno, 775-828-2646; 601 N. Carson St., Carson City, 775-884-1660; 1329 Highway 395 N., Ste. 6, Gardnerville, 775-828-2646 northernnevadacoin.com

ACTIVITIES RENO ACES BASEBALL CLUB

Catch the Reno Aces, Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks, in their 11th season at Greater Nevada Field this Spring and Summer 2019. Inside Greater Nevada Field, 250 Evans Ave., Reno, NV (775) 334-7000 renoaces.com

RENO 1868 FOOTBALL CLUB

Professional soccer is back! Catch Reno 1868 FC, top affiliate of the San Joe Earthquakes, at Greater Nevada Field this Spring and Summer 2019. Inside Greater Nevada Field, 250 Evans Ave., Reno, 775-334-7000 reno1868fc.com

WILBUR D. MAY CENTER

This museum is a year-round destination for all ages featuring rare and exotic artifacts and animals from around the world. Don’t miss the beautiful arboretum and botanical garden! 1595 N. Sierra St., Reno, 775-785-5961 maycenter.com

NEVADA MUSEUM OF ART

The Nevada Museum of Art is the only accredited art museum in Nevada and offers creative programming and stellar exhibitions. The museum is open Wednesday – Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Thursdays until 8 p.m. Admission is $10, $8 Seniors/Students, $1 children six to 12; free for members and kids ages five and under. 160 W. Liberty St., Reno, 775-329-3333 nevadaart.org

NEED 2 SPEED

Need 2 Speed is Reno’s premier indoor kart racing experience. Enjoy thrilling wheel-towheel racing in highperformance electric karts. Try blacklight racing every Fri – Sun night. After your race, play a round of mini golf on our one-of-a-kind blacklight course or experience one of the award-winning VR experiences available only on Hologate.6895 Sierra Center Pkwy., Reno, 775-851-7223 need2speed.com

TERRY LEE WELLS NEVADA DISCOVERY MUSEUM (THE DISCOVERY)

The Discovery offers eight ever-changing galleries ranging from Nevada’s history to the ideas of Da Vinci. Try Cloud Climber, a three-story climbing structure shaped like Northern Nevada’s unique cloud formations. 490 S. Center St., Reno, 775-786-1000 nvdm.org

NATIONAL AUTOMOBILE MUSEUM (THE HARRAH COLLECTION)

Voted one of the top five automobile museums in the country and one of the best 16 in the world, the National Automobile Museum houses an astounding collection of decades-old automobiles. Stroll down period-style street scenes and stand inches from cars once owned by the rich and famous — even Elvis. 10 S. Lake St., Reno, 775-333-9300 automuseum.org

RIVERWALK DISTRICT

Stroll through the Riverwalk District in the heart of downtown Reno between Powning St. and Lake St. along the Truckee River. Discover an abundant group of restaurants, delicatessens, coffee houses, vintage shops, art galleries, taverns, live theatre and museums. Enjoy the Wine Walk on the third Saturday of every month from 2 to 5 p.m. Along the Truckee River, Downtown Reno, 775-825-WALK (9255) renoriver.org

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CARGO

Cargo features nationally and internationally touring rock bands and local talent within the indie rock, country and alternative fusion genres at their 1,000-capacity venue. Inside Whitney Peak Hotel, 255 N. Virginia St., Reno, 775-398-5400 cargoreno.com @CARGORENO | #STAYwhitneypeak

BASECAMP BOULDERING & TALLEST CLIMBING WALL

Get your climb on at the home of the Guinness Book of World Record’s tallest climbing wall! Challenge yourself in their 7,000-square-foot indoor bouldering park. Includes a supervised kid’s room. 255 N. Virginia St., Reno, 775-398-5443 basecampreno.com

DINING GENOA BAR

Take a step back in time at the historic Genoa Bar, “Nevada’s Oldest Thirst Parlor” since 1853. Complete with original decor, fixtures and a trap door to the cold storage cellar. Scenes from famous films shot here include The Shootist with John Wayne, Honky Tonk Man with Clint Eastwood, and Misery with James Caan and Kathy Bates. 2282 Main St., Genoa, 775-782-3870 genoabarandsaloon.com

SHOPPING ESPECIALLY FOR YOU

Nestled in the heart of the Carson Valley, this fashion boutique boasts the largest selection of Brighton jewelry, accessories, handbags and gifts in all of Northern Nevada. Shop for fashion, gifts, seasonal home decor and more. Open six days a week, Tuesday – Friday 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 1218 Eddy St., Gardnerville, 775-782-1966 efy-online.com

NORTHERN NEVADA COIN

Looking for a unique piece of high-end jewelry, watch or rare coin? Head to Northern Nevada Coin’s three locations. In Carson City, they have an expansive selection of diamonds, diamond engagement rings, wedding bands and more. 1280 E. Plumb Lane, Ste. C, Reno, 775-828-2646; 601 N. Carson St., Carson City, 775-884-1660; 1329 Highway 395 N., Ste. 6, Gardnerville, 775-828-2646 northernnevadacoin.com

PRISM PHOTOGRAPHICS

With fine art reproductions, graphic design and photography lining the walls, Prism Photographics features great works including oil, porcelain and tile masterpieces by Joyce Pike. 1615 U.S. Hwy 395 N., Ste. B, Minden, 775-783-1985 prismphotographics.com


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ACTIVITIES HISTORIC TOWN OF GARDNERVILLE

Visit Gardnerville and enjoy the hometown feel in a historic setting. Locals and tourists alike join together to eat, drink, shop, and much more, in this cultural settlement. gardnerville-nv.gov

CARSON VALLEY GOLF/ FOOTGOLF COURSE

FootGolf, the exciting sport combining soccer and golf, can now be played at Carson Valley Golf Course. Just kick a soccer ball into a 21-inch cup! Open year round. 1027 Riverview Dr., Gardnerville, 775-265-3181 carsonvalleygolf.com

CARSON VALLEY ARTS & ANTIQUE TRAIL Find your treasure on this drivable arts and antiques trail in the picturesque Carson Valley. Search for the perfect gifts and souvenirs to take back home. Pick up your guide at the Carson Valley Visitors Authority. 1477 U.S. Hwy 395 N., Gardnerville, 775-782-8145 cvartsandantiques.com

HISTORICAL GENOA

Visit the oldest town in Nevada nestled at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountains overlooking beautiful Carson Valley. Relax at the local hot springs resort, enjoy a stay at one of three local inns, or visit the oldest thirst parlor in Nevada. Stop by the gift shops, antique stores, parks and museums and enjoy the outdoor winter events. Jacks Valley Rd., Genoa, 775-782-8696 genoanevada.org

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THE GENOA PORCH PARTIES AND SALOON

Every first and third Sunday head to The Genoa Porch Party at Genoa Bar and Saloon for live music, great food and drink, and some old town fun. 2282 Main St., Genoa, 775-782-3870 genoabarandsaloon.com

MAINSTREET GARDNERVILLE

Visit Gardnerville and enjoy the hometown feel in a historic setting. Locals and tourists alike join together to eat, drink, shop, and much more in this cultural settlement. U.S. Hwy 395, Gardnerville, 775-782-8027 mainstreetgardnerville.org


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MORE THAN JUST A WALK IN THE PARK! 18-Hole Championship Golf Course TAHOE’S BEST GOLFING VALUE! OPEN SUNRISE TO SUNSET DURING SEASON Nestled in the mountain meadow of the Lake Valley State Recreation Area stunning mountain & river views

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early bird, twilight & super twilight rates available

Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Happy Hour daily

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2500 Emerald Bay Road

530-577-0788

South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150

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ARRIVE AS A NEWBIE. LEAVE AS A LOCAL. • Happy Hour Daily! from 3pm - 6pm • Full Bar

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Kids eat FREE on Wednesdays! Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner - 7 days a week! Reno Tahoe Visitor Center Open 7 days a week, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Located inside Reno eNVy Downtown Reno 135 N. Sierra St. Suite C 775-682-3800

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