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Montbleu in Tahoe for the week of Thanksgiving

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Hotels & Casinos' started by dante25, Sep 28, 2016.

  1. dante25

    dante25 Tourist

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    Looking for advice never stayed in S Tahoe. My parents, wife, 8 year old and myself are spending 4 days at Montbleu and 2 days at Harrahs the week of Thanksgiving. My wife and son will be on the slopes while the rest of us are gambling (mostly slots and little poker) any advice would be great as well as a suggestion on where to have Thanksgiving dinner. Thanks all
     
  2. kankan53

    kankan53 Low-Roller

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    The buffet at Harrah's will probably have a good selection for Thanksgiving dinner. I think it is much better than MontBleu's buffet.
    The Chophouse at MontBleu is good most of the time and Sage at Harvey's is usually good also.
     
  3. Imperial_Palace_King

    Imperial_Palace_King High-Roller

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    I like Friday's Station at Harrahs if you're looking for a steakhouse. Can't beat the view. Almost always order the filet and prawns.

    Good burgers at the Lucky Beaver next to Harrahs.

    Go to the Genoa Bar in Genoa, NV. Oldest bar in NV. Really cool place. About 30 mins from the casinos.
     
  4. rgrif57

    rgrif57 Low-Roller

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    Love Tahoe. Like already said Friday's Station is very good, we eat there every trip just get dinner reservations in advance asthey are usually busy. The Sage Room at Harvey's is just off the casino and another great choice. My wife had the Beef Wellington and loved it and I had a great prime rib and I believe it was prime beef, also started with the French onion soup. We walked through Montbleu and it was a nice clean casino and having Hard Rock across the street is a nice option also. Have fun and hope the wife and so enjoy Heavenly..................Rick
     
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    I will second IP King's suggestion for burgers at Lucky Beaver. They're open 24 hours, so it's a great option for food once everything else closes (which is generally pretty early in Tahoe). Being from the Sacramento area, we try to make it up there at least once per month.
     
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    Michelle and I get to Tahoe about once every year to 2 years and will try the Lucky Beaver the next time. We have seen it many times and love a good burger.........Rick
     
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  7. Imperial_Palace_King

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    I've heard the steak and lobster special at lakeside is pretty good but I've never tried it so i can't speak from experience.
    I enjoy state line brewery as well.

    Depending on the weather (might be too cold) firebreak at hard rock is a cool place to sit outside for a beverage. Their food is pretty good too. They seem to be improving since they first opened.