Dixie Diede to manage Bar & Grill at Coyote Moon in Truckee | SierraSun.com

Dixie Diede to manage Bar & Grill at Coyote Moon in Truckee

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Dixie Diede returns to Coyote Moon after a turn at the White House Restaurant in downtown Truckee, which will not reopen after being damaged by fire.
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TRUCKEE, Calif. — Coyote Moon Golf Course announces the return of Dixie Diede as restaurant manager.

Having logged more than 13 years of food and beverage management experience, Diede returns to Coyote Moon after further refining her culinary skills. She looks forward to bringing a fresh perspective to the Bar & Grill menu.

Diede’s career took off after earning her bachelor’s in hospitality / business from North Dakota State University. “Fine dining is actually my roots,” said Diede. After graduation, she worked two years of hospitality at the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, which is 5 Star, 5 Diamond property.

A notable career highlight was opening the Hyatt Regency in Denver, a luxury 1,100-room convention center hotel.

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Diede understands golfers like quick and easy food, so she’s not going to “play” with the menu too much.

The focus will be on the fresh, locally sourced ingredients for each new menu item. Summer highlights will include a spin on a wedge salad along with daily flatbread specials. Certified Angus beef will be featured on many menu items, including the signature Tahoe Cheese Steak sandwich.

The Bar & Grill will offer daily lunch specials and house-made bread, cookies and muffins will satisfy the sweet tooth.

“We are really focused on ensuring a top-notch experience for all our guests both for golf and dining. That’s why we’re thrilled to have Diede back on our team,” said Coyote Moon Golf Course general manager Ed McGargill. “She knows what the traditional golfing diner desires along with others who appreciate visiting not only for our food but for the venue.”

Coyote Moon’s is located on Northwoods Boulevard in Truckee. For hours and information visit http://www.coyotemoongolf.com or call 530-587-0886.


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