Valentine’s Day the South Lake Tahoe Way

Ladies and gents, don’t forget: Valentine’s Day is this Wednesday, February 14th!

Roses are red,

The water is always blue,

You’re in South Lake Tahoe,

So what are you to do?

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Do it Up Big:

Trade your roses in for water lilies during an evening of romance out on Lake Tahoe as you hop aboard the M.S. Dixie II for a dinner cruise.

Paint the Town Red:

Treat your special someone to a night of dressing up and sampling all that the town of South Lake Tahoe has to offer.

  • Edgewood Tahoe near Stateline has three eating experiences within to suit any level of fanciness you’re feeling, all with stunning lake views:
  • Evan’s American Gourmet Cafe located off of HWY 89, is a charming classic Tahoe cabin turned delicious romantic hideaway. From the amuse-bouche down to the sweetheart dessert, you’ll be drooling over their Valentine’s Day Menu ($80 per person)
  • For a dining experience overlooking the stunning waters of Lake Tahoe, take your loved one to Riva Grill, at the base of Ski Run Blvd. Riva Grill is offering three specials for the evening: filet oscar, pan seared duck breast, and grilled ono au jus de nage. You can cap off the night with one of their signature cocktails out on the back patio, then stroll down the pier for a signature sunset.

Keep it Low Key:

Are you and your love bug more of the cocooning type? Then plan ahead for a romantic night in, complete with our RnR Vacation Rentals Petals & Bubbles package.

  • Visit our Craig’s Cozy Cabin or Lakeland Village Honeymoon Studio and we can arrange to have a bed of roses, a delectable dessert, and a chilled bottle of bubbly ready upon arrival. This sweet surprise will truly knock your partner’s socks off. Inquire at for rates and varying packages.
Petals & Bubbles

Petals & Bubbles at our Lakeland Village Honeymoon Studio

Featured image: North Tahoe Business Association 
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