Palisades Tahoe Restaurants & Bars
Le Chamois is an institutional apres hang-out
Le Chamois is an institutional apres hang-out

Palisades Tahoe Restaurants & Bars

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Palisades Tahoe Restaurants

There are over 50 different eateries in Olympic Valley, so one is spoilt for choice when it comes to Palisades Tahoe restaurants. Here are a handful of Palisades dining options.

Sandy’s Pub at the Resort at Squaw Creek has well priced delicious American pub fare and a primo selection of brews, wine and spirits.

The Auld Dubliner is an attempt at an Irish Bar. Whilst the atmosphere is good, the taste of the Guinness is NQR and the food is rather ordinary.

The nearby towns of Truckee and Tahoe City also have a range of restaurants.

Palisades Tahoe Bars & Nightlife

High Camp has some watering holes for those inclined to have an après ski drink at elevation.

The Village is replete of bars. Après is very popular at Le Chamois, a fabulously classic Palisades watering hole that we’ve been known to nominate in the USA Today top après ski bars in North America. Other après ski bars include the Slot Bar and the Auld Dubliner.

For a sophisticated drink, head to the Uncorked wine bar. They have some great tasting packages where you can sample lots of different wines.

A lovely (quiet) après ski drinking location is at the Resort at Squaw Creek complex. The outdoor deck comes complete with fireplaces, gas heaters, lounges and a good range of beers.

The Palisades Tahoe nightlife could be defined as tame to non-existent on weekdays, whilst on weekends it can fire up a little. Le Chamois has the booze flowing 'til the wee hours as do a few other pubs, but otherwise keep your expectations a little low.