Wild Goose to become private eatery | SierraSun.com

Wild Goose to become private eatery

Ryan Salm/Sierra SunWild Goose is set to close to the public in June.

This month will be the last time Wild Goose restaurant in Tahoe Vista will be open to the public.

Beginning in June, the restaurant will serve only Tahoe Mountain Resort Club members. Club memberships are offered to residents of several East West Partners projects in the area, including Northstar Village, Gray’s Crossing and Old Greenwood.

Wild Goose opened its doors in 2003.

Wild Goose manager Craig Stringer said the restaurant may receive fewer guests, but the plan all along has been to convert the building to a private eatery for club members.

“It’s meant to be an amenity, so the numbers really don’t matter,” Stringer said.

The Tahoe Mountain Resort Club will include three golf courses ” Coyote Moon, Old Greenwood and Gray’s Crossing ” as well as pools and restaurants at the three locations.

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