If you’re up early for breakfast, in need of a mid-morning snack, hungry for lunch or hunting for a great place for dinner, you’ll be well-fed and happy in Crystal Bay and Incline Village restaurants. Variety is on the menu, for sure, and most of Incline Village’s dining surrounds you in an atmosphere of laid-back, easy-going comfort. Sure, if you want to dress up and have a romantic night out, you can find several restaurants that fit the bill, but overall your Incline Village dining options are about comfort and a fun night out. Many Incline Village restaurants can be found on the main drag of Tahoe Boulevard (Highway 28). But also trek to back streets for more culinary discoveries.
National chain coffee shops and fast food franchises exist, and for the most part we don’t include those here. You know what to expect from them! It’s our locally owned places that stand out since almost all are unique to this area. You’ll discover what we call California bistro cuisine, French country fare and a focus on organic. Tapas with lamb, rotisserie meats and entrees with a Gallic flair are a few of the other tastes found at Incline Village restaurants. Asian, Mexican and Italian add more to global gastronomy of local restaurants. Pizza and fried chicken remain patrons’ favorites as does a classic burger with a brew.
Experience The Outdoors With Incline Village Restaurants
Since this area is such a popular winter sports spot, many Incline Village restaurants have cozy fireplaces and warmed outdoor spaces to add to cold weather dining. But year round, these restaurants bring in the diners. Imagine enjoying a meal on the deck of an Incline Village restaurant while the sun sinks into the mountains, casting fiery colors on the Lake for a picture-perfect background.
Crystal Bay restaurants are not as numerous, but they’re nicely varied. Some are located in casinos, so you can dine at all hours of the day or night.