Looking for some mind-blowing fun on your next Lake Tahoe visit? Book an appointment with Trapped in Tahoe, where you have one hour to race against the clock and escape your fate, or not………
Escape rooms are interactive themed rooms that demand creative problem solving skills to conquer the challenge. Your host will give you a mission and place your team in the themed room created for your particular challenge. You must find hints, explore clues, find pass codes, and unlock hidden compartments all while working together as a team.
Feeling trapped and freaking out? There is an “Emergency Door Key” near the exit for just such an occasion. Although the themed rooms are very authentic, there are no live actors to jump out and startle you. Expect to spend 90 minutes at Trapped in Tahoe. There is a pre-game set up, the 60-minute game, and then a debrief after the game. Arrive 15 minutes before your appointment time. If you are late and your team has already begun the challenge, you cannot join them.
The cost is $30 per person, per experience, with a strict 24-hour refund policy. Children under six are free. Children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult. All minors must have a waiver signed by their guardian. Each game will accommodate between four and ten people. Share the experience with friends and family by purchasing gift certificates online for Trapped in Tahoe.
Trapped in Tahoe is located one block east of Highway 50 in South Lake Tahoe at: 3320 Sandy Way, Suite 1, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96250. Make reservations online at: https://trappedintahoe.com/ or call 530-600-3882. You can also e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Make reservations at Gordon Ramsey’s Hell’s Kitchen on your next visit to Lake Tahoe.
Internationally renowned chef Gordon Ramsay is opening his third Hell’s Kitchen restaurant right here in Lake Tahoe this winter. Harvey’s Resort & Casino is renovating the historic Sage Room for occupancy of the new Hell’s Kitchen. The new restaurant will keep the best of the old room, including the wood beams that were hewn from trees cleared when the original Harveys was built in 1940.
If you love the Sage Room Steak House, no worries, the historic Sage Room will combine its culinary tradition with the flavors of 19 Kitchen & Bar. Steakhouse lovers will enjoy panoramic Lake Tahoe views from Harvey’s 19th floor.
vacationed in Lake Tahoe during 2018 and “fell in love” with the Tahoe
basin. “It’s a perfect location for a third Hell’s Kitchen restaurant.”
The restaurant will incorporate many recipes from Gordon Ramsey’s cooking show.
Alpenrose Inn provides travelers with European hospitality when you visit Lake Tahoe. Nestled in the pines yet conveniently located just three blocks from Heavenly Village, Alpenrose is a true mountain oasis.
Travel sites like Trivago and Booking.com show ratings of 9.0 and above for the Alpenrose Inn. Nightly rates begin as low as $99 in fall and spring, so bring the entire family! Alpenrose Inn is dog-friendly and kid approved.
Alpenrose Inn seeks to draw on the flavor of the European Alps with the conveniences of a private bath, cable TV, free WiFi Internet, ceiling fan, coffee maker, hair dryer and natural toiletries. Rooms with gas fireplaces and micro kitchens are available upon request.
Begin your day with a complementary European-style Continental Breakfast in the cozy sunroom, or breathe in the fresh mountain air on the Alpenrose sun deck.
Alpenrose Inn enhances the natural beauty of Tahoe throughout its property. Enjoy one of the many relaxing outdoor venues sprinkled throughout the property.
Located in the relaxing neighborhood adjoining the Casino Corridor, Heavenly Village, and Lakeside Beach, Alpenrose Inn is perfectly located within walking distance of year-round fun.
The Alpenrose Inn is located at 4074 Pine Blvd, South Lake Tahoe, California, just shy of the California/Nevada state line. From Highway 50 take Stateline Boulevard west to Pine Blvd. Make a left (south) on Pine Boulevard. Alpenrose is located on the left (east) side of the street.
Bring your Lederhosen when you Visit Lake Tahoe! Oktoberfest in Lake Tahoe – October 5th & 6th, 2019.
Don’t miss the 25th Annual Oktoberfest when you visit Lake Tahoe October 5th & 6th , 2019. You will be hard-pressed to find a more Bavaria-like environment in the United States than Lake Tahoe. Join locals as you dine on fabulous food, live music, and the famous Beer and Wine Garden.
Beer flows freely at the 25th Annual Oktoberfest in South Lake Tahoe. Bring cash for all your food and beverage purchases. Some craft vendors will accept cards. ATMs are on site for your convenience.
celebrations at Camp Richardson Resort provide entertainment for the whole family.
The celebration begins at 10 a.m. Live music at 1 pm.
Oktoberfest Activities Feature:
Sunday’s bratwurst eating showdown takes place at 3 p.m.
Bavarian Themed Food & Desserts
40+ Craft Booths
Beer & Wine Garden
Live Polka Music featuring the “Gruber Family Band”
Xtreme Air Climbing Wall
Costume Contest for you & your dog
Mountain Bike giveaway at 4 p.m. on Sunday
Join in the celebrations at Oktoberfest in Lake Tahoe located at Camp Richardson Resort. Festival times run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily . Entrance and parking are FREE!
When you finish your afternoon of fun at the 25th Annual Oktoberfest Celebration, walk on down to The Beacon Bar & Grill on the shore of Lake Tahoe, right here in Camp Richardson. The Beacon is my favorite restaurant in Lake Tahoe. Grab a table on the beach and try The Beacon‘s signature Rum Runner cocktail.
Grab a bite with the Da Vinci of Donuts when you visit Lake Tahoe.
Glazed and Confuzed Tahoe Donut is an award winning, locally owned and operated, boutique donut shop in South Lake Tahoe. They specialize in handcrafted, small batch, gourmet donuts with personality. You will also enjoy their coffee, bottled juice, and daily breakfast specials when you visit Lake Tahoe.
Glazed and Confuzed donuts are made fresh all day long. Arrive at 7 am or 1 pm, you will find an offering of donuts fresh from the kitchen. Each donut is a delightful, handcrafted, work of art. The Maple Wake N’ Bacon is a hit with the teens at my house. If you are more of a traditionalist, Glazed and Confuzed has you covered with a fresh, and varied assortment of classic donuts. I recommend the melt-in-your mouth donut holes. You cannot eat just one.
You are family the moment you walk in the door at Glazed and Confuzed Tahoe Donut. The cozy little shop is well staffed to quickly assist you in making the perfect donut choice.
The dining area is as fun and colorful as the unique donut creations served on its tables. Your eyes will feast on the eclectic assortment of memorabilia, local artwork, and thoughtful details.
Family friendly and kid approved! Small
children are catered to with their own engagement station.
If you are in the mood for some protein, check out the daily breakfast specials available at Glazed and Confuzed. Your friendly wait staff will also be happy to make you a specialty coffee or tea. Serving Alpen Sierra Coffee and Overland Meat & Seafood Company meats.
Glazed and Confuzed Tahoe Donut, LLC is locally owned and operated by Anthony & Mara Cavallaro. The Cavallaros have been creating these excellent, unique, and memorable treats since 2015.
Glazed and Confuzed Tahoe Donut shop is located in the Bijou Shopping center, at 3447 Lake Tahoe Blvd, South Lake Tahoe, CA. If you are headed north on Hwy 50/Lake Tahoe Blvd, you will find it on the left side of the road just south of CVS Pharmacy and Heidi’s Pancake House.
Extraordinary service, signature drinks & exceptional burgers are the winning recipe at the Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger. The Lucky Beaver has served the best burger in the Tahoe Basin for the past five years according to the readers of the Tahoe Daily Tribune. You will always leave the Lucky Beaver satisfied.
The Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger is famous for its mouthwatering steaks and burgers sourced from Pat LaFrieda Meats. Lucky Beaver burgers boast a combination of chuck roast and short rib that is meshed together into a ½ pound patty. Burger patties are cooked to perfection on a custom grill. Try the fresh Ahi, grilled chicken, or black bean patties when you’re in the mood for something a little lighter.
Your stay begins with service from friendly wait staff who fill your drink order with enthusiasm. The Lucky Beaver offers a full bar with 11 signature cocktails as well as all the classics. If you enjoy a good wine with dinner, servers are anxious to recommend a suggestion to match your meal. Beer lovers will not be disappointed with the wide selection of beer on tap. I recommend the Bloody B, the signature Blood Mary at the Lucky Beaver.
Take your time…order an appetizer. You do not want to rush the
experience. Corkscrew Shrimp, Ahi Sliders,
Jalapeno Poppers, Jumbo Wings, Tower of Onion Rings, and Shishito Peppers are
among the flavorful starters served at the Lucky Beaver.
If you are
visiting for the first time, try one of the mouth-watering signature burgers
with a generous helping of fries or tots. Sandwiches and burgers
are served with your choice of Regular,
Cajun, or Garlic Parmesan Fries or Tater Tots. I recommend you try the Garlic
Parmesan Fries, they are fabulous.
During summer months the Lucky Beaver extends its exceptional service to the fresh mountain air of Lake Tahoe. The outdoor patio offers low top tables with umbrella shade. There is plenty of room for large groups and the family pet.
Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger also provides a fun and lively gaming environment offering 24-hour video poker with progressive jackpots, promotions and rewards program.
The Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger is open 24 hours offering a full menu for dine-in or take-out. There are few 24-hour restaurants in Lake Tahoe. The Lucky Beaver is by far the best 24-hour eating establishment in the South Tahoe Basin.
My husband & I ate lunch at the Lucky Beaver recently ordering: two cocktails, the corkscrew shrimp appetizer, and two burgers with fries. After adding a 20% tip, we were out the door for $70. A win-win; terrific price & superior food!
If you’re driving, enter the same driveway that you would to valet at Harrah’s casino, on the east side of Hwy 50. When you enter the driveway, veer left into the first parking lot. As you enter the parking lot you will see the Lucky Beaver on your left between AleWorx and Dotty’s. You may park for free while you enjoy your stay at the Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger.
Note – If you find yourself headed north at the intersection of Hwy 50 and Lake Parkway, you’ve gone too far. Your destination is behind you between this intersection and the intersection one block south of you at Hwy 50 and Stateline Boulevard.
Jump on the taxi in Round Hill Pines and travel to Camp Richardson for lunch on the beach. Listen to some live music, enjoy a Rum Runner at The Beacon, and take a dip in the crystal blue waters of Lake Tahoe. Then catch the taxi back to Round Hill Pines and skip all the traffic on Highway 50.
Action Water Sports is the largest provider of water sport rentals in Lake Tahoe offering everything from Stand Up Paddle to ski boat rentals and yacht tours. The Round Hill Pines Water Taxi docks at four marinas in South Lake Tahoe.