🎼 Oh minimoon, oh minimoon, your mealtimes were so tasty.🎶 A vacation would not be complete without finding some delicious destinations. Since we road tripped we did have a cooler of snacks and we also ate breakfasts at the hotel, but when we weren’t eating in, we explored the tastes of Tahoe.
We found shrimp and sausage nachos at Beacon Bar & Grill, a restaurant on the beach with a lake view. These nachos were some of the best nachos I’ve ever had. Check them out – packed with shrimp, sausage, and ooey gooey cheese! So. Much. Melty. Cheese. Ok, now I’m drooling…
And even though it was a bit nippy throughout our stay, we had to stop for soft serve after a day of exploring. When it comes to sweets, I enjoy chocolate and anything cold because chocolate = life and cold = refreshing. Frozen treats for the win!
Traveling to Lake Tahoe in the off season / late Spring also means restaurants like to close for renovations. Two of the places we wanted to eat at were shut for the day, but that just meant we were able to try places like Artemis.
Duck confit pita so juicy and tender, and a mezze platter with all the yummies: falafel, dolmas, hummus, babba ghanoush, tzaziki, tabbouleh, pita bread, olives, and pepperoncinis. Looking at these food pictures brings back all the tasty memories. Anyone else getting hungry?
Travel through South Lake Tahoe much? What are some of your favorite eats? Share below!