This 100-year-old building was once owned by the wealthy founder of the Schlage Lock Company, and played host to many notable guests including Sir ... More
This 100-year-old building was once owned by the wealthy founder of the Schlage Lock Company, and played host to many notable guests including Sir Winston Churchill. The property has been brought back to its former glory with turn-of-the-century decor honoring the Old West. You might choose the Flame Broiled Ahi for $18.95 or the Applewood Smoked Pork Ribs for $13.95. The wine list features fine California selections in the moderate price range. Enjoy the Sunday Jazz Brunch featuring Smoked Salmon and Rainbow Trout for $17.95.
This restaurant was highly recommended by the proprietor of the hotel where we stayed in Tahoe City. Unfortunately, the evening meal here was VERY disappointing. This was a special evening for us and we wanted dinner in quieter surroundings. We requested seating in the main dining room, but instead were directed to the bar restaurant, more like a fast food place, complete with noise, screaming kids, 3 blairing TV's and seated at a small table in the main traffic flow for the restaurant. We noted that other patrons were being seated in the main dining room, so it was open.
The food was OK and the waitperson tried to make the best of a bad situation, BUT, if we had wanted fast food we'd have gone to McDonalds for a $7 bag of burgers and taken them back to the hotel and watched TV, instead of spending $77 for a special meal and evening out, that was ruined by noise and confusion! This was the first and last time for this place!
Me and my husband happened by here one weekend. The recptionist, or whatever you call her, was really friendly. She showed us several rooms to choose from(all of which were great). We chose a room spacious room with a king size bed, balcony, and wood burning fireplace. It was awesome. Our son was with us, who is almost 2, and they let us borrow kids movies and even set up a crib for us in our room. The staff are among the friendliest, most helpful people I've ever encountered at a resort, or in general really. It's a very laid back atmosphere and the food is incredible. They even let us dock a kayak on the rocky beach. Even the house keepers were especially friendly. I guess I just can't say enough good things about this place...
We stayed a few nights at Sunnyside. As a hotel, it was a dreadful. Sunnyside is a hip lakeside restaurant and bar, with a nice view and OK food ..but the rooms are just an afterthought and management could care less. We couldn't sleep - rooms facing the lake are just above the restaurant and bar - so they hear restaurant noise long into the early morning hours, and rooms alongside the parking lot suffer noise from cars and food and drink delivery trucks unloading (with engines running) at all hours. The continental breakfast buns and muffins were stale, and they ran out of coffee 15 minutes after the breakfast started. Clearly these people have no idea about how to offer hospitality to guests.
I ate there two days in a row, There is a US campground across the road, Great drinks and service. The entree menu is very small . Thay have one pasta dish. I had a nice porter house steak with mash potatoes for $22. No salad no veggie. And no garnish. It was a big plate. My friend had the $33. lamb chops and it looked the same . Sad and loneley lol! So have there great drinks, Great view. But try the bar menu to save a few bucks. They looked like they had great hamburgers.
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