Cook up a feast or have dinner catered Truckee-Tahoe chefs. Here are grocery options for every traveler. Truckee grocery stores, catering and more!
When you BYOB, you help Truckee stay green and beautiful. And no, we’re not talking about beer… we’re talking about sustainability!
Find a quiet place to dine outdoors when you picnic in Truckee. Spread out your picnic blanket or set up a picnic table and always Leave No Trace!
Craving something sweet? Here’s where you can satisfy your sweet tooth in Truckee and find handmade treats like ice cream, chocolate truffles, and more!
Enjoy a variety of outdoor dining in Truckee. Wear a mask and visit these patios, porches, and decks – the best of Truckee restaurant’s outdoor dining.
When COVID-19 hit Truckee, donations rolled in and chefs rolled up their sleeves. Cooking for the community, they provided free meals for all in need.
When COVID-19 hit, the Tahoe Food Hub stepped in to provide for the community and keep quarantined kitchens stocked with seasonal produce from nearby farms.
Grab your family, roll up your sleeves, and delve into one of these green at-home quarantine projects like gardening, composting, and more!
There’s a big idea in this small mountain town that’s bringing local businesses and restaurant goers together to cut down on waste destined for landfills. It’s a program launched by Keep Truckee Green that replaces single-use takeout containers with reusable to-go boxes at several restaurants in Truckee.
We all know that single-use products generate tons of waste. There are plastic bags, utensils, paper napkins,
Ever had a salad made with fresh vegetables picked the day before? Head to some of Truckee’s finest restaurants like Old Town Tap, Cottonwood, Stella at the Cedar House and The Station, to name a few, and you could have the opportunity to enjoy a meal prepared with produce picked within the last 12 hours.
What’s the secret to area chefs sourcing the freshest,