All About Apres. Seven ways to drink and dine after a day on the slopes. By Natasha Bourlin. High elevations often lead to high spirits. Lake Tahoe’s glorious bluebird days are ideal for mountain play then thawing out with a different sort of spirit – of the apres-ski variety.
Enjoying adults-only activities in Reno/Tahoe. By Holly Zynda. Whether on a hot date, celebrating an anniversary, or planning a girls/guys night out be sure to experience our 21+ nightlife for an unforgettable evening out on the town. Sure Reno/Tahoe is one of the best family friendly vacation destinations, but did you know there are many hot spots here that offer exclusively 21-and-up entertainment? Here’s a quick look at some places to checkout sans kiddos.
Take the chill out of winter with open-flame cooking in Reno/Tahoe. By Rae Matthews, Elevation Eats. They say fire made us human. The ability to cook with fire is now believed to be the reason humans evolved from primates. The theory is simple: cooking food means less time chewing on fibrous plants and more time communicating with your neighbor.
Lake Tahoe AleWorX offers brew and more celebrating Lake Tahoe. By Jen Peng. Even as a child, Luca Genasci had big ideas. A Tahoe native, Genasci always knew his future was here. He was searching for the next big idea when it hit him. “There’s no Lake Tahoe brand of craft beer. I wanted to create the Lake Tahoe brand of craft beer,” explains the founder of Lake Tahoe AleWorX.