Incline Village Restaurants

Including Crystal Bay Restaurants

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.

Incline Village Restaurants / Crystal Bay Restaurants by Category

Alibi Ale Works - Brewery and Barrelhouse

Incline Village Restaurant
204 E. Enterprise Street, Incline Village, NV
(775) 298-7001

Alibi’s original taproom – the Barrel House – at their production brewery in Incline Village, is a comfortable, well-crafted space for people to gather and relax. Their brewers curate a draft and bottle list of their favorite beers, and there are always a few Barrel House-exclusive beers here. They offer beers by the glass, build-your-own flights and crowlers/growlers to go as well as a range...read more

Alibi’s original taproom – the Barrel House – at their production brewery in Incline Village,...read more

Alibi Ale Works - Incline Public House

Incline Village Restaurant
931 Tahoe Boulevard, Incline Village, NV
(775) 831-8300

Incline Public House is Alibi Ale Works' third and newest location. The taproom and restaurant serve Alibi's fantastic beer from 16+ frequently rotating taps, along with cider, wine, nitro coffee, kombucha and other non-alcoholic options. Beyond beverages, their excellent food menu ranges from amazing burgers and wings to mezze boards, salmon toast and sushi-grade Spicy Yellowfin Tuna. Be sure to ask your server for recommended...read more

Incline Public House is Alibi Ale Works' third and newest location. The taproom and restaurant...read more

Bertie's Hot Chicken

Incline Village Restaurant
903 Tahoe Boulevard, Incline Village, NV
(775) 413-5050

Bertie's Hot Chicken in Incline Village started with owner Rick Boyd's upbringing in which homemade chicken recipes were made with loving care. Boyd brought his native Texan roots and family recipes to Lake Tahoe and offers incredibly tasty fried chicken made with the spicy love that only the Deep South can create. With Boyd's passion for fried chicken and spicy food, this is a dining...read more

Bertie's Hot Chicken in Incline Village started with owner Rick Boyd's upbringing in which homemade...read more

Bigfoot Deli

Village Market
Incline Village Restaurant
770 Mays Boulevard, Incline Village, NV
(775) 832-6666

Carved out of a corner of the Village Market, Bigfoot Deli has a wide selection of breakfast and lunch items. For a quick breakfast they do coffees, teas, espresso, pastries, smoothies, homemade quiche, breakfast burritos and many types of breakfast sandwiches. Lunch is hamburgers, specialty sandwiches and build-your-own deli sandwiches. In the summer they serve barbecue. Bigfoot Deli, in the Village Shopping Center, is open...read more

Carved out of a corner of the Village Market, Bigfoot Deli has a wide selection...read more

Crosby's Tavern

Incline Village Restaurant
868 Tahoe Boulevard, #4, Incline Village, NV
(775) 833-1030

Crosby’s Tavern in Christmas Tree Village is a restaurant and bar with ample TVs to watch sports and a welcoming staff and family-friendly vibe. They’re open daily for all-day brunch, lunch and dinner with a little bit of everything on the menu. Lunch and dinner fare includes burgers, grilled sandwiches, steaks and BBQ ribs as well as a wide range of soups and salads and a...read more

Crosby’s Tavern in Christmas Tree Village is a restaurant and bar with ample TVs to...read more

Fredrick's Fusion Bistro

Incline Village Restaurant
907 Tahoe Boulevard, Incline Village, NV
(775) 832-3007

Fredrick’s, an American bistro with an Asian twist, is known for their sashimi and sushi rolls, but they also serve up seafood, duck, filet mignon and braised short ribs, to name a few. Not to be missed are the Lobster Dogs and the Turf & Surf sushi rolls. There’s a welcoming bar with a mellow ambiance serving craft cocktails. They have an extensive and eclectic...read more

Fredrick’s, an American bistro with an Asian twist, is known for their sashimi and sushi...read more

Jiffy's Pizza & Homemade Ice Cream

Incline Village Restaurant
930 Tahoe Boulevard, #904, Incline Village, NV
(775) 831-6161

Jiffy's Pizza & Homemade Ice Cream is a longtime favorite for locals. From humble beginnings more than 30 years ago, Jiffy's Pizza still offers the same NYC-style pizza crust today that made them famous around Lake Tahoe. The cozy restaurant offers outdoor seating, and they have a wonderful selection of beer and wine. They also offer incredibly delicious homemade ice cream in an assortment of...read more

Jiffy's Pizza & Homemade Ice Cream is a longtime favorite for locals. From humble beginnings...read more

Lone Eagle Grille

Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino
Incline Village Restaurant
111 Country Club Drive, Incline Village, NV
(775) 886-6899

Grab a table next to the wall of windows at the Lone Eagle Grille and sip a glass of California Cabernet as you gaze out over Lake Tahoe’s Crystal Bay and the snow-capped Sierra Nevada beyond. Come evening, pull a chair up to one of their outdoor fire pits and light a cigar from their humidor as you listen to the waves slapping the shore...read more

Grab a table next to the wall of windows at the Lone Eagle Grille and...read more

Rookie's Sports Bar & Grill

Incline Village Restaurant
930 Tahoe Boulevard #1000, Incline Village, NV
(775) 831-9008

If you’re looking for a place to watch a particular sporting event – obscure or otherwise – Rookie’s is probably showing it on one of their 30 high-definition TVs. They serve breakfast until late morning, and the menu is extensive, from a bagel and cream cheese to burritos, Benedicts, scrambles and omelets. Served late into the night, the rest of the menu has salads, wraps,...read more

If you’re looking for a place to watch a particular sporting event – obscure or...read more

Trip Nosh

(530) 536-0788

Trip Nosh is designed to make planning your vacation meals a seamless experience. As a meal-planning and grocery service, its mission is to assist travelers with stocked vacation rentals and ready-to-cook meals upon arriving at the lake. Figuring out where to grocery shop can be tricky in a new area, and deciding what to shop for can be time-consuming. Trip Nosh removes the hassle. All...read more

Trip Nosh is designed to make planning your vacation meals a seamless experience. As a...read more