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ttrigo 05-16-2012 1:28 PM

South Lake Tahoe
Heading up this weekend for my nephews bachelor party. I know we are hitting up a pub on friday night, and an executive style course on saturday, but saturday night is open as of right now. Any suggestions? We are staying at a big house on the water. I have never been, so i have no idea what to expect up there.
Thanks as always wwers.

jcfox00 05-16-2012 1:58 PM

Hitting up the casinos is always a good time! Usually the place to be. I was just there in Feb. for snowboarding. Sick lake and area! Have a blast!

logan 05-16-2012 5:16 PM

Dollar tacos and margaritas at Mont bleu if you get a player's card which are free. GO TO RIVA GRILL AND GET A WET WOODY, BEST DRINK EVER MADE IT WILL GANG RAPE YOUR TASTE BUDS.

shawndoggy 05-16-2012 5:41 PM

flume trail is clear if you wanna go for a bike ride ....



jarrod 05-17-2012 9:16 AM

If you have some time during the day, I would have lunch at The Beacon at Camp Richardson near South Lake. The Ribeye Tacos can't be had for a dollar, but they are delicious. Wash them down with a Rum Rummer. You'll thank me later!

ttrigo 05-21-2012 10:00 AM

Thanks for the tips guys. Pretty much spent our entire nights at harrahs. Pretty fun place to be.
I plan on getting back sometime with the family, just to actually enjoy the beauty of that place. Some amazing views. Plus, the local people were incredibly nice and accomodating. Was surprised how "granola" it was, without the stench of patchoulie to go along with it.
I would higly recommend Macduffs public house for a beer and pizza if you are in town. Great woodfire pizzas, and the staff and locals there were all great people who welcomed a rowdy group of guys with open arms.

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