18 Aug 2020
Toast to the last days of summer with iconic cocktails at your favorite Tahoe restaurants! Escape the heat with world famous Wet Woodys, frozen margaritas, or chilled takeaway cocktails at Lake Tahoe.
Wet Woody Made Me Do It
Gar Woods hosts Wet Woody Wednesdays all day, all night, all summer! Grab the last Wet Woody of the season before summer ends! Wet Woody lovers classify themselves by their drink names - Papa Woody, Hung Like a Bear, Sailor Jerry’s Wet Dream, Raspberry On My Woody, and more! Order one drink or two, either way you’ll be floating in rum heaven next to the cocktail umbrella at the top of your glass. You may even be the lucky person to order the 3 millionth Wet Woody at Gar Woods and win a prize!
Take your Wet Woody up a notch and taste Nicaragua’s finest export, Flor de Cana Rum. It’s so smooth you may even want the bottle left at your table. Stroll down the pier at Gar Woods with your drink in hand or enjoy lunch on the balcony with your honey. Scrumptious fish tacos and burgers stuffed with onion rings will have you reaching a state of bliss only the Wet Woody can take you to when paired with these tasty bites on your lips.
Margaritas with Attitude
Soothe the summer heat with a refreshing margarita! The Blue Agave and Hacienda Del Lago in Tahoe City serve up margaritas with attitude. Order yours blended or on the rocks, but either way, order it with a side of chips and guacamole. Hacienda Del Lago makes tasty frozen margaritas and authentic Mexican food perfect for enjoying Lakeside in their outdoor dining area. Margarita lovers and families alike keep coming back for more of their delicious food and authentic atmosphere!
Pour one out at The Blue Agave with a margarita on the rocks! Salty rims and fresh squeezed limes make these margaritas the bomb. Order a Tahoe Sunset with a float of Raspberry Liqueur and a dash of Grenadine on top or a Sky Lake Margarita with strawberry and guava. The Tahoe Inn Margarita stirs in just the right amount of cranberry juice, and you can’t go wrong with a Top Shelf or Presidential Margarita. Pair your ‘rita with any of the Platos Grandes for a Mexican fiesta in your mouth. The combination plates include everything from enchiladas and tacos to pork tamales and burritos. Eat these on the outside deck or get their special nachos to go.
When the sun is blazing hot, grab a chilled takeaway cocktail from the Lake! The Garden Bar at Jake’s On The Lake serves ice-cold Mai Tais, margaritas, beer, wine and craft cans to go! Sunnyside Restaurant is open for curbside/dockside takeout, too, with bubbles and wine, seltzer and Alibi Ale Works beers. Spend the last days of summer raising a glass or a can at your favorite Tahoe restaurants!