It’s that time of year- the shoulder season- which is typically a slower time of year in the Tahoe area. This year, however, it has not felt slow yet as Truckee is still buzzing on the weekends and the shops and restaurants are packed. The weather has been just perfect with temperatures in the 70’s and 80’s and crystal clear blue skies. It is a great time to be enjoying Tahoe, the changing colors and cool crisp nights.
Despite the hustle and bustle around town restaurants are still offering their shoulder season specials. This is a great excuse to get out and try new places or enjoy your favorite at a discounted price.
Christy Hill in Tahoe City boasts incredible lake views from its lakeside location is offering a $25/3 course menu. Offered Sunday – Thursday, you can’t go wrong as everything out of their kitchen is delicious!
Pianeta, Christy Hill’s sister restaurant in Truckee, is offering a similar deal. Now through December 10th come in Sunday-Thursday for a $25 dinner. Includes wine, soup or salad and pasta dish. The pasta is made in-house and each one is sure to please with outstanding flavors and variety.
Wolfdale’s in Tahoe City has been a locals favorite since its opening in 1978. “Cuisine Unique” means you get delicious dishes that are essentially Asian and European with a California flare. Don’t miss out on the Hawaiian ahi tuna poke cones for an appetizer. Look for the coupon in this months Moonshine Inc. newspaper and get a 2 for 1 dinner entrée deal. Act fast, this deal is only through November 23rd.
The Soule Domain is located in Crystal Bay with great ambiance; it is a cute old Tahoe cabin that has been in business for 28 years now. Not only is it a great place to enjoy a cozy fall evening, the food is phenomenal. Look for the coupon in this months Moonshine Inc. newspaper and enjoy a 2 for 1 entrée deal.
These are just a few of many great deals out there for the fall season in Tahoe. Check the local papers for more specials and events in the area. Come on up and enjoy the beautiful fall days of Tahoe.