Six Peaks Grille Menu Announced for Lake Tahoe Restaurant Week
Dinner Provides Donation to Tahoe Forest Cancer Center
Olympic Valley, Calif. – Six Peaks Grille chefs will be creating a main dish with wild Bristol Bay salmon as part of the three-course dinner offered for $30 during Lake Tahoe Restaurant Week, September 5 through 12. The dinner includes tomato bisque made with crème fraiche, pan-seared Bristol Bay salmon with fingerling potatoes, asparagus, clam buerre blanc and micro greens, and is completed with a dessert offering of sticky toffee cake with caramel, powdered sugar and mint leaves. The wine selected to pair with the dinner is Clos LaChance Unoaked Chardonnay from Monterey County. The chardonnay is offered for $8 per glass, or $30 per bottle.
From each three-course dinner purchased during Lake Tahoe Restaurant Week, Resort at Squaw Creek™ will donate $2 to the Tahoe Forest Cancer Center. Resort at Squaw Creek™ is also offering Lake Tahoe Restaurant Week attendees a 25% discount on lodging.
Bristol Bay, Alaska is the home to the world’s largest sockeye salmon fishery. The Bristol Bay watershed produces up to 70 million salmon each year. The pristine area is under threat from a proposed massive open-pit and underground gold and silver mine, know as Pebble, which would be located at the headwaters of Bristol Bay. Long-term protection for the region is being sought. For more information visit www.savebristolbay.org.
For Six Peaks Grille restaurant reservations call 530.581.6621. For resort information or reservations visit www.visitsquawcreek.com, or call 800.401.9501 and use promo code LTRWRSC.
Resort at Squaw Creek™ is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Recently recognized as one of Condé Nast Traveler’s “Top 50 Ski Hotels” in North America, the 405-room and suite Resort at Squaw Creek is situated at the base of Squaw Valley USA, five miles from Lake Tahoe. The property features a full-service spa and a year-round pool complex with seasonal waterslide. During the summer months, guest can enjoy on-property golf, guided hikes, river rafting on the nearby Truckee River, miles of bike trails and variety of water activities at Lake Tahoe.
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