Do you know that sinking feeling when something great undergoes a change? And then that rushing sense of well-being when the change actually turns out to be something good, and that great thing turns out to be even better? Well, get ready for the roller coaster, because Jack Rabbit Moon is back in business. When this high-end restaurant opened its doors in 1995, it wasted no time in building a reputation for providing outstanding food and a wonderful dining experience. But now Chef Amy Simpson is setting the bar even higher at her newer location and has brought Chef Yves Gigot on board, someone who will already be familiar to area gourmands. "Black Angus filet mignon with Béarnaise sauce, wilted Bloomsdale spinach with confit of shallots and french fries." Do you really need to hear any more of the menu than that? Get ready for a spectacular blend of American and French wining and dining as a great restaurant gets even better.
893 Tahoe Boulevard, Incline Village, NV