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Truckee Tahoe dining snippets

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The Lake Mary Cabin Dinner Series, featuring Chef Alan Davis’ French-inspired California cuisine, returned to Sugar Bowl this summer with al fresco fine dining overlooking the scenic high-alpine lake and stunning Palisades backdrop. Open Friday and Saturday evenings through Sept. 24 with seating available 5:30-9 p.m., the Lake Mary Cabin Dinner Series features vast and varied menu selections including homemade soups, fine salads, seafood entrees, wild game dishes, vegetarian creations, pasta entrees, extensive wine list and handmade desserts. Reservations are open to the public and available by calling Sugar Bowl at 530-426-7002.

As a way to give back, each Friday evening will feature a different local nonprofit organization, with a portion of the evening’s proceeds benefiting their worthy causes. Guests can mingle with leaders from various nonprofits to learn more about their organization’s goals and missions, or simply choose to dine on that particular evening to support that organization’s efforts while enjoying fine dining with a view.

For more information on Sugar Bowl’s Lake Mary Cabin Dinner Series and local nonprofit beneficiaries, please call 530-426-9000 or visit http://www.sugarbowl.com/lake-mary-dinners.

Beneficiaries

Aug. 26: Auburn Ski Club; Sept. 2: Truckee Trails Foundation; Sept. 9: Donner Summit Area Association; Sept. 16: Excellence in Education, Arts for the Schools; Sept. 17: Humane Society of Truckee Tahoe

Portion of proceeds benefit the Tahoe Forest Cancer Center. Resort at Squaw Creekand#8217;s and#8220;Three-Course Thursdays,and#8221; featuring three-course gourmet dinners with a new menu every week, have returned to Six Peaks Grille, featuring a three-course prix-fixe menu, through Sept. 8, 5-8 p.m., for $36, excluding tax and gratuity. Wine specials are also available.

Six Peaks Grilleand#8217;s Chef de Cuisine Chad Shrewsbury, who has been featured in Food Arts, Culinary Trends and Entree magazines utilizes farm fresh and organic ingredients sourced from California to create innovative dishes. Resort at Squaw Creek donates $2 from each and#8220;Three-Course Thursdaysand#8221; dinner to the Tahoe Forest Cancer Center in Truckee.

For reservations or more information call 530-581-6621. Visit http://www.visitsquawcreek.com.

Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort and Spa takes drive-through service to a new level this summer. Featuring cuisine from the resortand#8217;s gourmet market, Tahoe Provisions, TP-to-Go now offers popular menu items for a quick and convenient curbside pick-up. Ideal for a summer picnic, day at the beach, or quick family dinner fix, Incline Village residents and visitors may place call-in orders for seamless pick up of freshly prepared seasonal salads, sandwiches, bakery items, and beverages.

Menu highlights include: Bottled beverages, house-made pastries, fresh salads, sandwiches and grilled-to-order panini. Boxed lunches including fruit and drink are also available.

Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoeand#8217;s TP-to-Go service is available 7 a.m.-7 p.m. For orders for nine or fewer will be ready for pick-up in under 30 minutes. For a party of 10 or more, the resort requests a 24-hour notice. Call 775-832-1234, ext. 4305. Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe, 111 Country Club Drive, Incline Village.