Use this South Lake Tahoe business directory to find fun things to do, places to eat and services geared towards visitors.
Located on 3564 Lake Tahoe Boulevard, Sugar Pine Bakery has the most tender pastries anyone in this office has had in a long time. We HIGHLY recommend it.
ph: 530.542.7000 | Visit Website
Hard Rock 844.588.7625
Lakeside Inn and Casino 775.588.7777
Ski & Snowboard Rentals
They make renting skis easy. You never have to stand in line again. You make your reservations, they come to your room, fit you perfectly to their equipment, and you are on your way. They are available for support for your entire stay and will pick up the equipment at your convenience.
ph: 877.754.7754 | Visit Website
The Ski Renter
Located on Ski Run Boulevard in South Lake Tahoe since 1969. 1093 Ski Run Boulevard, South Lake Tahoe, CA.
Heavenly Sports Ski and Snowboard Shops
South Lake Tahoe’s largest network of ski and snowboard retail and rental shops. New this year Heavenly Sports offers Rental Equipment Delivery direct to you! Why wait in lines when the ski shop can come to your house, cabin, or condo. You make your reservations, they come to your house, fit you perfectly to their equipment, and you are on your way. Make a reservation for a discount or grab a discount coupon from the Lake Tahoe Lodging Company office.
ph: 877.754.7951 | Visit Website
Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Information
South Lake Tahoe is on the 911 emergency system.
ph: 530.542.6100 (CA) | ph: 775.588.3511 (NV)
ph: 530.541.1233 (CA) | ph:775.588.3591 (NV)
Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course
ph: 888.881.8659 | Visit Website
Lake Tahoe Community Golf Course
ph: 530.577.0788 | Visit Website
Tahoe Paradise Golf Course
ph: 530.577.2121 | Visit Website
Genoa Lakes Golf Course
ph: 775.782.4563 | Visit Website
Bijou Golf Course
ph: 530.542.6097 | Visit Website
Carson Valley Golf
ph: 775.265.3181 | Visit Website
Health, Fitness & Beauty
Kahle Community Center
Museums & Places of Interest
Highway 89, South Lake Tahoe 96150
Baldwin Museum, Pope and Heller Estates
Historic Home Tours, Living History programs, Art Exhibits and Performing Arts from late June to mid-Sept.contact the Baldwin Museum at 530.541.5227
For art exhibits and performing arts schedule, contact the Tahoe Tallac Association at 530.541.4975.
The Lake Tahoe Historical Museum
3058 Lake Tahoe Boulevard, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
Artifacts, exhibits, photo collection and small library. Open Memorial Day – Labor Day.
For more info: 530.542.5458
Swim Pool Complex – Ice arena, Senior Center, Golf Courses, Aquatics and Pool, Weight Room
ph: 530.542.6056 | Visit Website
Zephyr Cove Park and Tennis Center
Adventure Peak at Heavenly
Located at the top of the Heavenly Gondola. Zipline, tubing, climbing wall, hiking and more!
ph: 775.586.4457 | Visit Website
Hansen’s Tube and Saucer Hill
This is tough, we all have different opinions. But here are some choices.
Base Camp Pizza Co. Heavenly Village
Blue Dog Pizza Mid-Town
Grand Central Pizza & Pasta
2229 Lake Tahoe Boulevard | ph: 530.544.1308
Lake Tahoe Pizza Company
1168 Emerald Bay Road (Hwy 50) | ph: 530.544.1919
1034 Al Tahoe Boulevard | ph: 530.541.0401
Izzy’s Burger Spa. Classic hamburger joint with inside and outside seating.
2591 Lake Tahoe Boulevard | ph: 530.5030
Big Daddy’s Burgers. It’s like when you were a kid.
3490 Lake Tahoe Boulevard | ph: 530.541.3465
Burger Lounge. Gourmet burgers and great garlic fries.
717 Emerald Bay Road | ph: 530.542.2012
Bert’s, a local’s place.
1146 Emerald Bay Road | ph: 530.544.3434
Ernie’s, another local’s place. And right across the street from Bert’s.
1207 Emerald Bay Road | ph: 530.541.2161
Red Hut, now serving at 3 locations.
229 Kingsbury Grade, 2749 Lake Tahoe Boulevard, and the corner of Ski Run and Lake Tahoe Boulevard | ph: 530.541.9024
Passeretti’s. Casual, low key place, with a back room for large groups.
1181 Emerald Bay Road | ph: 530.541.3433
Scusa’s. A little more uptown with lively ambiance.
2543 Lake Tahoe Blvd | ph: 530.542.0100
Cafe Fiore. A small, intimate place with gourmet offerings. Reservations highly recommended.
1169 Ski Run Boulevard | ph: 530.541.2908
The Beacon Bar and Grill, lakeside dining at Camp Richardson. Try the Rum Runner.
1900 Jameson Beach Road | ph: 530.314.7339
Coldwater Brewery, lunch/dinner and Sunday Brunch.
2544 Lake Tahoe Blvd | ph: 530.544.4677
The Fresh Ketch, casual dining downstairs, more formal upstairs, at the Marina in Tahoe Keys
2435 Venice Drive East | ph: 530.314.7338
Freshies. fun, Hawaiian themed place, upstairs lakeview dining in the summer. Delicious fish tacos.
3330 Lake Tahoe Boulevard | ph: 530.542.3630
Nephele’s, intimate restaurant with a Cheers-like bar. Don’t miss the Cajun Seafood Cheesecake (really!) Also offers private hot tubs!
1169 Ski Run Boulevard | ph: 530.544.8130
Mirabelles. delicious dining in a strip mall.
290 Kingsbury Grade | ph: 775.586.1007
Mazatlan Grill, fresh, light, good.
3051 Harrison Avenue | ph: 530.541.5421
The Cantina, a long time local’s favorite. And the perfect size chimis.
Highway 89 and 10th Street | ph: 530.544.1233
Margaritas Mexican Cafe, very casual, good homecooking.2494 Lake Tahoe Boulevard.
Hunan Garden Restaurant. order off the menu or go through the buffet.
900 Emerald Bay Road | ph: 530.544.5868
Mandarin Garden, nice lunch time specials.
2502 Lake Tahoe Boulevard | ph: 530.544.8885
Sato’s Japanese Restaurant
3436 Lake Tahoe Boulevard | ph: 530.544.0774
2588 Lake Tahoe Boulevard | ph: 530.542.0300
Naked Fish, a little more uptown.
3940 Lake Tahoe Boulevard | ph: 530.541.3474
Lake Tahoe Winter Sports Center
Lake Tahoe Snowmobiling Tours
Heavenly Village Cinema
Travel & Transportation
Ski Shuttle with Lake Tahoe Cruises
Tahoe Queen cruise, ground transportation, continental breakfast,lift ticket and apres ski cruise with dinner and live band
ph: 775.589.4906 | Visit Website
South Shore Water Shuttle
Leaving Lakeside Marina ( right across from Safeway) to Camp Richardson Resort. Return trip can be used in the Nifty Fifty Trolley. Bring your bike on the water shuttle at no extra charge. Shuttle available June-Sept. Departures every two hours from 10-6.
Lakeside Marina ph: 530.641.9800 | Camp Richardson ph: 530.542.6570
Nifty Fifty Trolley
Running from Emerald Bay and throughout the south shore, starting June 10 through Labor Day. For schedules and information contact Blue Go at –
ph: 530.541.7149 | Visit Website
Weather & Road Reports
White Weddings in a Blue World
As a national treasure, Lake Tahoe’s majestic natural beauty offers one of Mother Nature’s most distinctive destination wedding and honeymoon venues in the world.
The serene beauty of Lake Tahoe, surrounded by a bowl of 10,000 foot mountains, annually attracts thousands of couples to exchange vows. From rustic to elegant, to-be married couples can find the location, services, and amenities to make their day just right.
The Lake Tahoe Visitor’s Authority offers a free wedding guide for South Lake Tahoe, Watercolor Memories, which can be order online or by calling.
ph: 530.544.5050 | Visit Website
Boasting more than 20 chapels, 11,500 accommodations and packages tailored for individual budgets and desires, the Blue World caters to the romantically inclined.
The Lakefront Wedding Chapel and Indoor Lakeview Reception Room
Offers panoramic views of Lake Tahoe and all-inclusive wedding packages.
Lake Tahoe Cruises and Shoreline Weddings
host ceremonies aboard the Tahoe Queen, Tahoe Paradise and Tahoe Princess as well as at the north shore of Zephyr Cove
Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel
Offer guests style and comfort along with their newly remodeled reception rooms and private patios
The Forest Suites Resort’s
This wedding chapel features a dome ceiling, river rock fireplace and an elegant stained glass window and stunning mountain views.