Squaw Valley Restaurants

Squaw Valley has numerous restaurant, dining, and nightlife options. Here are some of our favorites.

Blue Onion
Delicious breakfasts, lunch, and dinners with lake views. Fine cuisine, espresso, and a good wine list. For breakfast, try a scramble. Lunch, have a panini sandwich. For dinner, start with a good wine and go from there. There is also now a Blue Onion at Squaw! It's a great spot to grab breakfast before skiing. Located at the base of the ski area in the Squaw One building with access from the courtyard behind the cable car building.
Brassie Near Brockway Golf Course, Kings Beach

Plumpjack Cafe
On offshoot of the San Francisco restaurant with the same name, Plumpjack Cafe, to put it bluntly, rules. Contempory atmosphere with modern American cuisine. The restaurant is rather proper, while the bar area is more casual, offering seating by a fire. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Reservations recommended. Plumpjack sits in a cozy, natural area at the base of Squaw Valley. Our pick: A burger by the fire for apres-ski lunch.
1920 Squaw Valley Road In the Plumpjack Squaw Valley Inn

Six Peaks Grille
Located in Squaw Creek, the valley's luxury resort, Six Peaks is surrounded by mountain views. Outside dining is available by a fire pit. Enjoy menu specialties like mustard seed crusted wild pacific salmon with arugula.
Resort at Squaw Creek, Squaw Valley, CA

Squaw Valley High Camp
A trip to High Camp via the cable car is a good opportunity for skiers and non-skiers alike to get a view of the ski resort and Lake Tahoe while getting a bite to eat. Restaurants at high camp include Alexander's Cafe (serving lunch and dinner), Terrace Cafe, Terrace Bar, Bar North Poolside Cafe (have a cocktail and soak up the sun by the pools), and Wildflour too (serving baked goods). After eating, enjoy ice skating or a hike in the mountains. The High Camp building is showing signs of age, but its location makes it a fun destination. Our pick in spring: a margarita by the pool on a sunny day. Our pick in summer: a bagel and a Peet's coffee from Wildflour Too and a hike to the top of Emigrant peak, 8,700.

A TahoeVision.com Pick!Auld Dubliner
Quickly becoming a Tahoe apres ski and late night favorite, the Auld Dubliner is an Irish Pub serving lunch and dinner at the base of the ski resort. Grab a Guiness and some corned beef and cabbage and belly up! Our pick: Dubliner Hot Wings.
In the Village at Squaw

Ristorante Montagna
Upscale Italian dining at the ski-in, ski-out resort.
In the Resort at Squaw Creek

Sandy's Pub
With a full service bar with sports TVs and a pool table, Sandy's is a great apres ski or golf spot in the Resort.
Resort at Squaw Creek

Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream
The name says it all, located in the village.
The Village at Squaw

Fireside Pizza Company
Gourmet pizzas, beer and wine. A popular apres-ski spot. Sit outside and enjoy pizza in the sun by the firepit, weather permitting.
The Village at Squaw

Blue Coyote
A casual atmosphere with plenty of games on makes the Blue Coyote a great place to watch sports and eat chicken wings, burgers, hot dogs, chili, cheesy poofs (fried macaroni and cheese), and more. Happy hour, good prices. Locations in Truckee and in the Village at Squaw Valley.
In the Village at Squaw
(530) 584-6080

Mamasake Sushi
Serves hand rolls, sashimi, sushi and sake in the village.
In the Village at Squaw

Zenbu Tapas Lounge
Zenbu is a lounge style tapas bar with a full selection of snacks, appetizers, wines and specialty drinks. They are open for dinner nightly and stay open late for dancing and nightlife with DJs and entertainment. Our pick: reserve a booth in the lounge, bring a bunch of friends, and order a lot of sangria and tapas.
Behind the Cable Car Building at the Base of Squaw

Bar One
Bar One is one of the original Squaw hangouts, with pool, sports televisions, and regular special events. An apres ski favorite, especially on sunny spring days when you can sit on the deck with a beer.
In the Olympic House at the Base of Squaw

Dave's Deli
Quick snacks, sandwiches, drinks, and the popular mediocre beer of the week special in the downstairs of the Olympic House at the base of Squaw.
Lower Floor of the Olympic House

Plaza Bar
With windows looking out to KT22 and afternoon sun, the Plaza Bar is an apres-ski favorite.
Olympic House at the Base of Squaw

Squaw Valley Food Court
Cafeteria/food court style espress dining options including hamburgers, tacos, etc. Located at the base of the ski area.
Olympic Plaza

Headwall Cafe
Located in the cable car building at the bottom of Squaw, the Headwall cafe has salads, sandwiches, and drinks near the loading area of the cable car and the climbing wall.
Cable Car Building

Le Chamois and Loft Bar
With pizza, pasta, soups, sandwiches and beer, Le Chamois is a popular apres-ski destination, with an outdoor deck bar and an upstairs loft bar. The 'Chammy' is a local favorite.
Behind the Squaw Valley Sports Shop

Gold Coast
The Gold Coast complex is located at the top of Funitel, and has a food court, a cafe, coffee hut and bar.

Mountain Nectar
Smoothies, juices, coffee, bagels and sandwiches.
The Village at Squaw

A TahoeVision.com Pick!Uncorked at Squaw Valley
A swanky and cozy wine bar and wine shop. Try a cheese and salame plate, and enjoy a glass or a bottle at the bar. Weekend winemaker events present the opportunity to meet the winemaker, learn about and try their wine. Wine tastings and wines by the glass daily.
In the Village at Squaw

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