What's New in South Lake Tahoe This Autumn

As the South Lake Tahoe summer fades into Autumn, locals and visitors experience the grand opening of the long-awaited Tahoe Blue Event Center, a cadre of new restaurants, curated recreational adventures, and new accommodations.Tahoe Blue Event Center officially opened its doors in September, the centre has already welcomed Lake Tahoe Comic Con, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). With over 50,000 sq. ft. of total meeting, convention, and exhibition space, the possibilities are as wide open as Lake Tahoe itself.  There is also a professional minor league hockey team that will call the event center home ice for its 2024 season. It's Five O’clock right here. Margaritaville, the global lifestyle brand, has announced the debut of Margaritaville Resort Lake Tahoe by year’s end. This is the brand’s first lodging location in a ski destination and the only all-suite resort featuring 399 rooms in the Lake Tahoe basin to feature separate bedroom and living room spaces with a dining table and wet bar. A nine-story lobby featuring the License to Chill Bar will provide ample seating – forming a central hub for guests. The resort’s other restaurants will include LandShark Bar & Grill, a relaxed indoor/outdoor restaurant inspired by the traditional beach bars of the Atlantic Coast; Joe Merchant’s, a one-stop shop for coffee, breakfast and afternoon snacks; Come Monday Café, a breakfast restaurant with a chef-driven menu; and JWB Prime Steak and Seafood, an acclaimed, laid-back luxury restaurant serving fine cuts of meat and fresh seafood, perfect for special occasions.  Coming this winter inside Harveys casino, Wolf by Vanderpump, will be filled with bold and unique design, taking elements from the character and identity of the wolf itself. Wolf by Vanderpump will have a full menu crafted seasonally with regionally sourced ingredients that will delight guests with its ingenuity and delicious flavors as well as unique and decadent shareable bites. Hand-crafted drinks will feature nods to local themes and flavors, with an emphasis on incredibly visual garnishes and presentations. This is the first of several renovations coming to Harveys casino.  LAKE LINK FOR FREE RIDES Going car-free is entirely do-able at Lake Tahoe. For a comprehensive guide to getting around, visit The app-based Lake Link launched summer 2022, allowing visitors and locals to request free rides in 9-12 passenger vans on the main thoroughfares from the casinos and the new Event Center in Nevada to the Al Tahoe neighborhood in South Lake Tahoe, approximately three miles from the state line. “PRESERVING THE AWE” Tourism officials “Awe and then Some” tagline aims to inspire trips centered around the lake, and with “Preserving the Awe” it reinforces the desire for visitors to make memorable experiences while connecting and respecting the beautiful natural environment. A simple way to accomplish is to stay mid-week, off-peak visitation for a more intimate experience and to reduce impact to help preserve the awe and wonder of this special place. Visit Lake Tahoe along with 18 other partners released Destination Stewardship Plan that identifies 32 actions across four strategic pillars: Foster a tourism economy that gives back; Turn a shared vision into shared action; Advance a culture of caring for the greater Lake Tahoe region; and Improve the Tahoe experience for all. Key travel information is also available at “Know Before You Go.” For more information, events, promotions, packages, conditions explore Visit Lake Tahoe: About the Lake Tahoe Visitors AuthorityWith more than 75 plaudits and accolades from national media outlets, Visit Lake Tahoe combines the distinctive appeal of two worlds: unparalleled natural beauty and an array of world-class outdoor recreation, entertainment, nightlife and gaming. As a responsible tourism destination, it offers a balanced approach regarding social and environmental impacts to preserve its appeal for generations. For information about lodging, recreation, events, and mindful travel at Visit Lake Tahoe, call 1-800-288-2463 or log onto


Posted by: Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority
Posted on: 16/11/2023

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