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West Shore Caf & Inn to host Labor Day barbecue party

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Submitted to aedgett@sierrasun.comThe West Shore Caf lawn is an inviting spread on Lake Tahoe's shore, the perfect place to wrap up a wonderful summer during the Labor Day Barbecue party.

HOMEWOOD, Calif. – The West Shore Caf & Inn invites the Tahoe community and visitors alike to the Labor Day Barbecue Party, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 3 and Sunday, Sept. 4, 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. The expansive, lake-front lawn will offer a classic Tahoe setting to celebrate a long-standing tradition of an outdoor barbecue party over the holiday weekend. Guests will savor classic, summer barbecue fare such as chicken-apple, pork, hot-link beef or bockwurst sausages and marinated chicken and famous pulled pork sandwiches. House-made chips and salads are offered with each plate The kids’ barbecue special includes a hot dog with chips and a homemade cookie. In addition, the West Shore Caf & Inn’s main restaurant, patio, and pier will offer the daily summer menu. The indoor and outdoor patio bars will offer a full selection of beer, wine, summer specialty cocktails, and soft drinks. Homewood Mountain Resort season passes will be available with 2011-2012 prices starting at $159. Additionally, the Triple Threat college season passes, which offer access to Alpine Meadows, Homewood, and South Lake Tahoe’s Kirkwood Mountain Resort, will be available starting at $199. Accessing as many as five mountains, the Alpine Meadows/Homewood Unfiltered, Slightly Filtered, and Filtered season passes will be available at a special 2011-2012 rate exclusively at the Labor Day Barbecue Party.”The Labor Day Barbecue Party celebrates the best of summer while looking forward to another fantastic winter,” said Rob Curtis, general manager of the West Shore Caf & Inn.The West Shore Caf lawn also welcomes kids and families at the Labor Day Barbecue Party with outdoor games and fun activities such as Frisbee, soccer, and croquet. It beckons guests to relax and enjoy the scenery in comfortable, oversized Adirondack chairs. Guests are invited to arrive at the West Shore Caf & Inn in true Lake Tahoe fashion by docking their boats at one of the thirty buoys adjacent to the Caf’s spacious deck. Ample parking is also available for those arriving by car. Both boat and car valet services are complimentary. The West Shore Caf & Inn is located at 5160 West Lake Blvd., Homewood. Lodging and dining reservations are strongly encouraged and may be made by calling the West Shore Caf & Inn at 530-525-5200. Lunch is served 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m., the afternoon menu is available 3-5 p.m., and dinner is served 5-9:30 p.m. For additional information, please visit http://www.WestShoreCafe.com.- Submitted to aedgett@sierrasun.com

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