Located in one of Squaw Valley's earliest homes, they have Swiss cheese fondue during happy hour.
A mix of Mediterranean and California-inspired food, Graham’s has been serving Squaw Valley in the historic Paulsen home—the original Squaw Valley family, who moved there in the 1930’s— for 20 years. Stop in around 4 p.m for their après-ski Swiss cheese fondue and choose from their 700-bottle wine list. In the winter, they’re open everyday, but if you’re in Squaw during the summer you can still catch them from Wednesday to Sunday. Squaw Valley, California | 530.581.0454 | dinewine.com
Check out this on-mountain restaurant for unique apres-ski options.
This on-mountain restaurant focuses on New American cuisine served on small plates, as well as large entrées and a substantial wine list. At the end of the day, head down for their daily food and drink special, and share a social plate with your ski crew. Try the Tower 16 Tuna: a triple-decker of crisp-friend won tons, fresh ahi, mango, and avocado with wasabi cream sauce alongside a Sunrise Mojito. Squaw Valley, California |530.584.6170 | squaw.com
Innovative seasonal menus with farm-to-table recipes that fuse California and Mediterranean cuisines.
At PlumpJack, the mountain incarnation of this venerable San Francisco restaurant, executive chef Rick Edge creates innovative seasonal menus with farm-to-table recipes that fuse California and Mediterranean cuisines. Every Thursday, featured vintners offer pairing suggestions and tastes by the sip or by the glass (Winter Winemaker series; no reservations required). In Squaw’s base village; plumpjack.com
North Tahoe’s Only Mountaintop Restaurant Overlooking the Lake at 8200 feet.
It's no secret that there are many fantastic restaurants on and around Lake Tahoe, but Alexander's atop Squaw Valley USA is the only restaurant above Lake Tahoe, where guests are afforded unmatched views of the Lake from a mountaintop location. The late sunset in summer makes the mountaintop dining especially exquisite, as dinnertime coincides with the vibrant display of reds and purples – the prelude to the sun disappearing in the Sierra sky.