Should have heeded the first warning sign when sat down and the grooved surface of the table was not clean but did not; so many other reviews on other sites had spoken highly of this place. The table wasn't clean the restrooms weren't clean (as a former restaurant worker I know this is a very bad sign) and then.... Sipping on my cold beer (good cold beer) watching the lone waitress hustle to wait table, handle the cash register and take out the trash, return to bring our plates to the table without washing her hands! I pointed this out to her and the reply was "oh that was just the recycled bottles". I saw the white plastic bucket she carried out the door and it was clearly quite dirty. My wife was so distressed with me by this time I shut up. My wife's meal was a very mediocre crab cake and I pushed my fried salmon around the plate along with a vast serving of fired potatoes no two people could have eaten.
I would never set foot in the place again and would caution all who are inclined to dine here to form their own judgment from observation.
It was renovated around 2005, it now serves some of the best stakes in the region. The casino is not much to brag about, but the food is. Great wine list and trimmings to go along with it.
Favorite Dish: Great steaks and fish!!
Located on the lake in a huge lodge-style building, the Lone Eagle Grill has something for every appetite!
On the nice days you can enjoy an unblocked view of the lake and the mountains in the distance.
On the bad days, you can tuck in with a Hot Toddy and enjoy your roast near the huge fire place.
Favorite Dish: Steak, seafood, veggies... you name it, they make their recipes from scratch daily.
We loved the ambiance at the Lone Eagle Grille, it is located at the Hyatt hotel in Incline Village. While we waited for our table, we enjoyed the views out in the back of the property and lingered by the fire pits. I had the ahi entree which was very good with a glass of Sparkling wine. After lunch I went down to the beach to relax on the lounge chair and the waitress brought down a slice of boysenberry cheesecake with a candle on it for my birthday.
A very nice touch in a lovely setting.
Favorite Dish: Ahi tune entree, boysenberry cheesecake
Yes, even in the Incline Village, Starbucks has a foothold on the locals and tourist alike. But, low and behold, there is another place that serves better coffee and food (can you say Sri Lankan Cuisine), and you don't have to worry about lines out the door. We happen to run across the Black Bear Deli & Bakery when we were picking up my birthday cake.
Favorite Dish: It was a find on our last day in Incline Village, but we will return...3 cups of coffee.
Their motto says it all; "For Every Occasion...Quality Makes the Difference". A family run business that makes goodies the way they are supposed to be made!!!
Favorite Dish: Since it was my birthday, LJ contacted Ernie's to see what was available. They came up with a huge Carrot Cake topped with sour cream icing...so delicious, so moist!!! In addition to that, I've also had Dobos (7-layer torte), Wiener Schnitzel, Beef Porkolt & Nockerln.
After one of our softball games, we went looking for a place to eat. So we hopped in the car, drove down the main street in Incline Village and found The Wildflower Café. Great location, delicious food, seating outside, but can get crowded (depending on the day).
Favorite Dish: We had the opportunity to visit twice, the first time, LJ selected the 3-Stack Buttermilk Pancake with sausage patty while I had the Turkey Salad Sandwich (turkey breast, walnuts, grapes, lettuce & tomato with seasoned fries). The second time, LJ had the 3-Egg Omelette with pepper jack cheese and green onion while I had the Croissanwich (scrambled eggs, ham & Swiss cheese on a large buttery croissant with home fries).
The Cafe Biltmore is a favorite for both locals and visitors alike...they serve traditional coffee shop fare at affordable prices. As you relax in the garden setting, you can choose from the famous Biltmore Breakfast, prime rib (for $6.95), juicy burgers, sandwiches stacked with freshly carved meats or specials made daily.
Favorite Dish: We both had the 10 oz. Prime Rib (with a garden salad, baked potato, steamed vegetables and homemade rolls).
Having breakfast at the Wildflower Cafe is like having breakfast with a great group of friends. The food is outstanding, the owners are exceptionally nice, and the staff is one of the best. Plus the prices are right on the mark. HUGE breakfast burritos w/ tons of fillings (not just scambled egg) for around seven bucks. Awesome omelettes for 5 or 6 dinero...can't beat it. This place is especially great on a chilly winter morning for a cup o' joe and a batch of walnut spice pancakes!
Favorite Dish: The breakfast burritos are outstanding (especially with chorizo, if you care for it) but the best dish I've had at the Wildflower Cafe is definately the walnut spiced pancakes. Huge walnut pieces and the perfect amount of cinnamon and sweetness makes these delectable creations a must have in any visit to Incline Village. The orange french toast is also quite good. I'd eat here everyday if I could!