Quality Inn & Suites Heavenly Village Area
3838 Lake Tahoe Blvd.
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
Phone: (530) 541-5400
Fax: (530) 541-7170
Located inside the MontBleu Casino Resort & Spa, this cutting-edge nightspot features everything you need for a posh evening out in Stateline. Marvel at the plush decor, attentive waitstaff, stunning clientele, expertly mixed drinks and expertly mixed beats. The dance floor is always pulsing, and the lighting is meticulously programmed. If you're feeling truly saucy, sign up for VIP treatment (which includes private cabana service). Open daily from 10 p.m.
MontBleu's Opal Ultra Lounge is the place to be to dance the night away. This swanky club has it all: lush digs, hookah pipes up the wazoo, regional and national DJs, and last but not least, enough liquor to have you drinking like a fish. They provide beer, cognac, tequila, champagne, cordials, and of course, cocktails. Have The Opal, a cocktail made with Ketel One Citroen Vodka, Toshi Limoncello Liqueur, a slice of fresh ginger and a Lemon Head candy; or perhaps try The Opalescence cocktail, made with Ouzo, Baileys Irish Cream, Bombay Sapphire and Grand Marnier. Whatever your pleasure, Opal makes it a delight.
Unbuckle at Tamarack is one of the few nightlife spots that you will find around South Lake Tahoe. A popular apres ski hangout, this venue has everything from great food and drinks to groovy music. Enjoy their half price drinks as you watch go-go dancers, also known as 'Heavenly Angels' entertain the crowd. Do not forget to get your picture clicked at their booth.
This place has been rocking for the past 15 years and is a Tahoe weekend favorite. Catch up on the latest sporting action on the large screen TVs, play pool, shuffleboard, foosball, video games, jam out on the dance floor or take in the magnicifent lake view on the outside deck. Everyday, the DJs keep the place alive till past midnight with lethal combinations of hip-hop and techno. Theme nights are also organised frequently. Pierce Street Annex is also a hot favorite for bachelorette parties. But it's a must visit in March. That's when the special events takes place, such as the Annual Monster Dawg Pull and the Fastest Bartender Contest.
This unique eatery is named for Garfield Wood, who made a name for himself in the boating industry during the 1920s-1940s. The mahogany interior is reminiscent of Lake Tahoe's wooden boat era and huge windows offer a marvelous view of the pier and watercraft. The Wild Mushroom Risotto is a popular pick, and the Grilled Ribeye or Filet Mignon will satisfy beef-lovers. The marvelous Sunday Champagne Brunch is a real taste treat. A superior wine list in the moderate price range is offered.
Join the crowd at this entertaining pub and sports bar with a relaxed, slightly upscale atmosphere. Shuffleboard, pool tables and big screen televisions help you unwind after a day at the lake. Mixed drinks and beer are served by the friendly bartenders. The appetizer menu includes shrimp cocktail, Buffalo wings and Sierra Nachos Grande. Gourmet pizzas and Black Angus steaks and beef ribs are also on the menu. Don't forget about their generous happy hour, available every Monday to Friday, 3pm to 6pm.