Heavenly Dining

Between Heavenly’s famed hotel-casinos and its many dining establishments you can bet that there is a restaurant that will meet your budget and palate. Heavenly restaurants vary from contemporary American to Hawaiian and Asian to Italian and German, as well as several award-winning steakhouses and seafood restaurants. Plus, many of these restaurants feature incredible views of glittering Lake Tahoe.

Heavenly Restaurants

For an great, reasonably priced meal with an incredible view head to Boathouse on the Pier. In the summer, this primarily seafood restaurant features an unbelievable lake-side dining experience on their 1,000-foot pier. In the winter, guests can still enjoy take in the Lake Tahoe sunsets from the comfort of inside the Boathouse. With a view like that, you’d think the menu would be outlandishly priced, but it’s surprisingly reasonable, without sacrificing quality ingredients and service. If the mountains have you in the mood for alpine fare, head to Himmel Haus for Bavarian-inspired food and good German and Belgian beer. The menu’s ingredients are sourced locally, and the restaurants features live music three times a week. Plus, you won’t spend more than $30 on an entrée, so those on a budget can enjoy a great meal without breaking the bank.

For those with a penchant for finer things, the Chart House, a seafood restaurant perched on a cliff overlooking Lake Tahoe offers an exceptional menu and view. If you have a hankering for some hearty cuts after a hard day on the slopes, Lake Tahoe offers several outstanding steakhouses. Friday’s Station Steak and Seafood Grill at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe will please beef and wine lovers, alike. The restaurant is located at the top floor of Harrah’s Lake Tahoe, offering incredible views of the lake. Friday’s wine list is notable, which is plain to see as you walk into the restaurant. The entrance is lined with award-winning bottles. Cierra at MontBlue will also please foodies, thanks to its remarkable service and unique seafood-focused menu. Don’t miss the abalone and the gorgonzola and pine nut-crusted sea bass.