If you need a quick latte or bagel sandwich on your way to the ski hill, stop by the Dam Café, which is located at the intersection in Tahoe City where skiers drive west to Alpine Meadows or Squaw, or south to Homewood or Heavenly. The breakfast burritos are some of the best in town and they whip up a tasty café latte. 55 W. Lake Boulevard, Tahoe City; (530) 581-0278
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