Best Spots for Easter Brunch in Lake Tahoe
Springtime in the Sierra always brings endless reasons to shed the winter layers and welcome sunny skies and warmer weather. It also means it's time to make your reservation WAY ahead of time if you have plans to dine out for Sunday Brunch!
To help you stay ahead of the rest of the world, we have selected several of our favorite restaurants for Easter celebrations in North Lake Tahoe.
Speaking of pre-planning, if you have plans to head to the High Sierra for the holiday, we have one of the largest selections of vacation rental homes to fit your entire family, and then some. For more details, click on our Vacation Rental selections within Incline Village and Crystal Bay. Then make your reservation soon. Easter is always a popular time for family reunions and holiday celebrations at the Lake.
Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe , Incline Village, NV
With sweeping views of Lake Tahoe, Lone Eagle Grille offers the finest option for Sunday Brunch on this side of the Lake. So much so, IT WILL SELL OUT so contact them soon to make your reservation. For this extra-special brunch, you can count on some of the finest cuisines that are classically prepared for your Easter celebration. Everything they offer is perfectly paired with seasonally inspired food that is locally sourced.
With the hotel, there is a more casual option at the High Sierra Cafe. This family-friendly spot overlooks the pool and has a Western view of the Sierra in between the pines. Local, organic ingredients are prepared to offer healthy, vegan, gluten-free, and deliciously prepared meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Big Water Grille, Incline Village, NV
Touting "breathtaking views and even better cuisine," Big Water Grille is another fine option for a fancier celebration. This property sits minutes from the slopes at Diamond Peak and is a local's favorite for fine dining, happy hour, and cocktails overlooking Lake Tahoe.
Their website ties it all together: We have an extensive wine list showcasing over 100 wines from around the world, as our goal is to offer fun, exciting, high-quality, and delicious wines that pair well with the cuisine, as well as a full bar with original cocktails and craft beers.
Le Bistro, Incline Village, NV
For a quaint escape for just a few, Le Bistro is your best option for some of the finest French-fusion cuisine at Lake Tahoe. Every evening there are a variety of specials that often include Foie gras, Duck, Filet Mignon, Lamb, and fresh fish. Save room for their European-style desserts and don't forget to order a bottle of wine. Their wine list is one of the most impressive at the Lake.
Here's what one of their recent customers had to say on Trip Advisor:
We had an amazing reunion of close friends at the Le Bistro. The food, staff, and atmosphere was outstanding! I would give Le Bistro my highest possible praise.
As the seating is very limited, make your reservation today!
The Old Post Office Cafe, Carnelian Bay, CA
Although this local's favorite for over 60 years is not in Incline Village, we couldn't leave this one out. It's doubtful if they will have a special Easter Brunch, yet what they will have is the Lake's best spot for a very casual, all home-made, selection of everything anyone could want for breakfast, brunch, or lunch. Here are some highlights from their daily menu:
Grandma Linda's Pancakes, Waffles and French Toast
Crab Cake Benedict
Country Fried Steak
and a perfect plate to wrap up every celebration ... "The Hangover Helper"
No matter where you go or what you do, we thank you for your patience and patronage of our local establishments - all of which may be short on staff yet certainly delighted to share in your celebration.