Gourmet burgers, mouthwatering steaks, pastas, specialty salads and decadent desserts are on the menu daily menu at The Ridge Tahoe.
Dining is an important component to The Ridge Tahoe experience. On site there is the Hungry Bear Restaurant, the recently renamed Mountain Side Eatery and the Bear Trap Lounge.
Cap off the day, quench your thirst and figure out itinerary options for the next day over an ice cold pint of beer or tangy cocktail at the Bear Trap Bar, The Ridge Tahoe’s Happy Hour spot open late afternoons and evenings. Daily happy hour and drink specials are a great way to relax after a day in nature’s playground. Set in a casual atmosphere with a relaxed setting, cool off with your favorite libation from 4 – 8 p.m.
If you’re hungry for some nachos or a burger as you sip your favorite beverage, you can place an order directly from the Bear Trap Bear to the Mountain Side Eatery where they will deliver the food right to you.
The Mountain Side Eatery is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner on the lighter side. The Mountain Side Eatery offers a casual and innovative menu that you can eat-in or take back to your room. Dinners vary daily and include favorites like salmon with wild rice, prime rib with garlic mashed potatoes, fried chicken with roasted vegetables, giant chicken burritos, and other tempting dishes. Pizzas, burgers, and homemade soups are available throughout the day.
The Hungry Bear offers seasonal menus with true Sierra cuisine – simple food prepared perfectly with locally-fresh ingredients to complement the resort’s peaceful and homey vibe. Open some evenings for dinner, the restaurant, led by Executive Chef Stephen Moise, serves steak, seafood, chicken, pasta and a variety of appetizers and beverage choices. For the bear cubs there’s a children’s menu, too, plus a full array of desserts, coffees, and after dinner port wines and cognacs.
While you don’t have to leave The Ridge Tahoe, we understand you might want to explore Tahoe South. Within walking distance to The Ridge Tahoe is the Fox & Hound, known for their outdoor summer dining with a menu of hearty burgers, award-winning ribs and pizzas. Further down Kingsbury Grade is Mott Canyon Tavern and Grill, a local’s pub grub, craft beers, and indoor and outdoor dining.
Off the hill there are dozens of restaurants — from casual to fine dining — with their own specialties and hot-off-the-menu items.
Among some of our favorites listed here alphabetically are:
Artemis Lakefront Café, Azul Latin Kitchen, Base Camp Pizza Co., Blue Angel Café, Chart House, Ciera Steak + Chophouse, Cold Water Brewery, Edgewood Tahoe, Friday’s Station Steak & Seafood Grill at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe, Getaway Café, Jimmy’s at The Landing, Kalani’s, Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger, MacDuff’s Pub, Primo’s Italian Bistro, Riva Grill, The Naked Fish, The Timbers at Lakeside Inn & Casino and Toast Tahoe.
What are your favorite dining spots in Tahoe South?