Don’t miss out on North Tahoe’s most flavorful fundraiser benefiting NTBA and Tahoe Public Art. Passport to Dining is a not-to-miss fall social gathering on Thursday, November 12, from 6-9 p.m., and features up to 35 tasting stations from restaurants, caterers, breweries, wineries and distilleries as well as a raffle and a silent auction that features Northern California Getaway Packages and many valuable items.
Confirmed food and beverage participants are: Bonitata Boutique Wine, Boathouse at Captain Jon’s, Cafe Biltmore, Caliente!, CB’s Pizza and Grill, Char-Pit, Coffeebar Bakery, Common Cider Company, Deschutes Brewery, Hoppy Brewing Company, Jason’s Beachside Grille, Kings Cafe, Lanza’s Restaurant, Las Panchitas, Lone Buffalo Winery, Madrona Vineyards, Maki Ali , Men Wielding Fire, Moe’s Original BBQ, Mountain Roots, Nourish, Picnic, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, Small Batch Sauce Co., Soupa, Souper Wagon, Spindleshanks, Steamer’s Beachside Bar and Oven, Susie Scoops Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt, T.W. Pitchers’ Brewing Company, Tahoe Blue Vodka, Tahoe Moonshine, The Soule Domain, Vina Castellano Winery and Watermans Landing.
Passport to Dining’s silent auction is recognized as one of the best in North Lake Tahoe because of the quality, quantity and variety of items that are included. Attendees are able to bid on and pick up terrific items including Northern California Getaway Packages in locations such as Mendocino, Napa, Petaluma and Santa Cruz and many additional valuable items and packages at a great value.
Tahoe Public Art’s mission is to enhance and preserve the natural beauty and history of North Lake Tahoe through visual arts that promote environmental stewardship and cultural unity. Create and install meaningful art in roundabouts and other locations across the north shore communities. Its goals are to enhance community identity and sense of place; seek collaborative opportunities for artists to work with community organizations, public agencies and private businesses and institutions; establish opportunities for NLT youth to participate in public art projects; encourage artists to use local and sustainable materials; and to timulate local economy
North Lake Tahoe is a linked set of unique lakefront communities: Carnelian Bay, Tahoe Vista, Kings Beach, and Crystal Bay; known as Tahoe’s Bay to Bay” district. The communities are connected by the common threads of a shared shoreline, open lake views, brilliant sunshine, and a family-friendly atmosphere in a pedestrian-oriented environment. It’s a place where one can enjoy lake and land recreation, retail shops, historic sites, arts and culture. These communities work to create an economically vibrant climate and to ensure sustainable and environmentally sensitive growth where residents and visitors enjoy a diverse mountain lakeshore lifestyle.
Crystal Bay’s casinos and hotels are brimming with entertainment, nightlife, gaming, and dining. Kings Beach, nestled in a park-like setting, has an economically and culturally diverse downtown complemented by an expansive public beach, thriving shops, restaurants, a conference center, and year round events. Tahoe Vista is lined with sandy beaches, easy lake access, a variety of lodging options, fine dining and an all season regional park. Carnelian Bay features wide-open lake views, small businesses, dog-friendly beaches, a marina and peaceful neighborhoods. The communities of North Lake Tahoe provide a strong economic climate in which to live, work and play.