Tahoe Blue Gallery Wine Bar

★★★★☆

About Tahoe Blue Gallery Wine Bar

Categories
  • Food
  • Restaurants

Food

Food
More choices in Incline Village:
Resultset_next

Susie Scoops Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt

869 Tahoe Blvd. Incline Village, NV

Resultset_next

Azzara's Italian Restaurant

930 Tahoe Blvd Incline Village, NV

4.0 1
Hi! Sign in to let us know how Tahoe Blue Gallery Wine Bar was?
Write a Review
.

I've lived in the Tahoe/incline area for several years and have lamented the lack of a nice bar to hang out in that isnt overrun with tourists. Tahoe Blue has been open for over a year and for some reason I never went in until recently.

You realize that the place is different from the moment you walk in. The atmosphere is cozy and down to earth but still a bit upscale. The walls are adorned with fantastic pictures from one of the owners Eddie Sanderson. Eddie is quite a renowned photographer and seems to photographed any natural phenomena or person of note, Nixon to Bob Hope etc. Eddie is frequently in the bar and is a pleasure to talk to as well as are most of the patrons who mostly seem to be local residents. The best way to describe it is a Tahoe version of Cheers with a wine theme instead of beer.

The food is pretty good too. I particularly like the recent addition to the menu of chicken pot pie as well as the very interesting and eclectic cheese plates. Although the portions tend to be a little small, the prices are mostly modest which helps. The wine list is very extensive, I think they offer over 100 bottles and my guess is close to half by the glass. There are some unusual choices as well as a good selection of solid stand bys. Wine prices are not bargain, but they arent outrageous either.

There is also music 3 or 4 nights a week which seems to start later around 9. Check out their website http://www.tahoe-blue.net

PROS: Fun place to hang out, with good food and execllent wine selection
CONS:

4
★★★★☆

I've lived in the Tahoe/incline area for several years and have lamented the lack of a nice bar to hang out in that isnt overrun with tourists. Tahoe Blue has been open for over a year and for some reason I never went in until recently.

You realize that the place is different from the moment you walk in. The atmosphere is cozy and down to earth but still a bit upscale. The walls are adorned with fantastic pictures from one of the owners Eddie Sanderson. Eddie is quite a renowned photographer and seems to photographed any natural phenomena or person of note, Nixon to Bob Hope etc. Eddie is frequently in the bar and is a pleasure to talk to as well as are most of the patrons who mostly seem to be local residents. The best way to describe it is a Tahoe version of Cheers with a wine theme instead of beer.

The food is pretty good too. I particularly like the recent addition to the menu of chicken pot pie as well as the very interesting and eclectic cheese plates. Although the portions tend to be a little small, the prices are mostly modest which helps. The wine list is very extensive, I think they offer over 100 bottles and my guess is close to half by the glass. There are some unusual choices as well as a good selection of solid stand bys. Wine prices are not bargain, but they arent outrageous either.

There is also music 3 or 4 nights a week which seems to start later around 9. Check out their website http://www.tahoe-blue.net

PROS: Fun place to hang out, with good food and execllent wine selection
CONS:

Was this review helpful to you?
Ratings_icons Ratings_icons

 

Wait, you're the expert.

If you've been to or used Tahoe Blue Gallery Wine Bar, leave a review.

It's easy, only takes a couple of minutes and you'll help thousands make an informed decision.



Write a Review