St. Patrick's Weekend Brings Brews and Blue Skies To Tahoe!
You can see the prediction for March 15 - 17 for yourself right here: gotta love that bright sunny icon which we haven't seen in too long.
With that in mind, we thought we'd dedicate this blog to those who seeking a blarney good time in Tahoe this spring. No matter where you go to celebrate, be sure to celebrate one heck of a winter and super spring ski and ride season to come!
St Patrick's Weekend Events in Lake Tahoe
(Photo courtesy of Tahoe Brew Tours)
No need to figure out where to go to find Tahoe's best brews - just book a public or private tour with TahoeBrewTours.com!
You will sip the night away as you are personally guided to Alibi Ale Works, Tahoe Mountain Brewing Co, and Fifty Fifty Brewing Company - all on Tahoe's North Shore. In addiiton, you'll learn about their brewing processes, the various brewing styles, and a behind-the-scenes tour of their processing plants.
The tours include a local guide, complimentary pick and drop off from an agreed-up location, appetizers, and beer. OH! And your own private designated driver!
(Photo courtesty of Lodge at Big Springs)
After a full day on the slopes, we're sure you have worked up a mountain-sized appetite. Make your reservation now to experience the popular Mountain Family Dinner mid-mountain at Northstar at the Lodge at Big Springs. Promoted as "a twilight adventure like no other," the evening includes your gondola ride, cocktail and cocoa hour, live music, a gourmet dinner, games for the kids, movies (complete with popcorn stations!) and a commoratie family photo.
Tickets include all food, beverages, and offerings at the event: $185 / Adult (1 child complimentary; $50 per additional child)
First and foremost, get ready to be impressed. This (rather) new hot spot in Incline Village is located right across from our real estate and vacation rental office in Incline Village.
They sport the largest selection of craft and premium imported beer in Tahoe including 12 rotating taps and more than 500 bottles and cans in their cooler! Their staff proudly refers to themselves as "Beer Geeks" and are ready to find the perfect brew for you this St. Patrick's Weekend and all year-round.
Bring your appetite as we've tasted almost every item on their eclectically-delicious 'award-winning' menu. You will enjoy a trip around the world with dishes from across the globe that include Japanese, Creole, German, Lebanese, Latin, and so much more.
You can't get more Irish than this on St. Patrick's Day or any time of the year. Over at Squaw Valley, locals and visitors flock this establishment that was "created to bring the spirit of a traditional Irish pub to the beautiful Sierra Mountains. With its dark wooden floors and authentic decor, The Auld Dubliner has the feel of a village pub in rural Ireland. It brings to life a culture of hearty food and drink, good music, warm hospitality, and friendly banter."
Not a beer drinker? No problem1! They boast over 100 whiskeys from which to choose from their "World of Whiskey" menu.
Speaking of menus, the food is just as boutiful as their brews. We'll recommend their classic Shephard's Pie or Corn Beef and Cabbage to top off your trip to Tahoe this St. Patrick's Day weekend.
BOOK YOUR TAHOE GET-AWAY TODAY!
Before you go, be sure to book your vacation rental on Lake Tahoe's North Shore - with all the snow, lodging is filling up all over the Lake region.