Top 5 Apres Ski Firepits near Heavenly Village
By: Karin Sharon
Lake Tahoe has endless Apres Ski opportunities for visitors to relax and unwind after a fun winter’s day. Following the descent on the Heavenly Ski Resort Gondola, guests are within walking distance from a selection of restaurants and bars offering firepit gatherings accompanied by delightful food and beverages. Here are the top 5 favorite Apres Ski firepits close to Heavenly Village.
The Beer Garden at Basecamp Hotel offers guests a cozy atmosphere around firepits along with seasonal beer options and food selection. The boutique hotel courtyard welcomes both hotel guests and outside visitors to gather around the fire with family and friends. This winter enjoy an Apres Ski Package which includes s’mores and two drink tokens, a personal fitting from Black Tie Skis and up to a 20% discount on gear rentals.
Located across the street from the Heavenly Gondola, McP’s Taphouse is a popular pub featuring traditional Irish fare and libations. Enjoying a refreshing pint of Guinness at the bar or sipping on an Irish Coffee next to the fire is a great way to warm up and relax after a day of skiing.
A burger and shake sounds like the perfect combination after a long winter excursion and California Burger Company will provide the fix, where guests can savor unique burger combinations, an array of signature cocktails and indulgent boozy milkshakes. The outdoor patio has comfortable firepits to gather around while listening to the live entertainment.
Sister restaurant and neighbor of California Burger Company, Azul Latin Kitchen offers delicious and light California Style Mexican cuisine. Also accompanied by an outdoor patio, diners can enjoy the live music with refreshing margaritas or mojitos in hand.
Alpine Union is a restaurant and bar located inside the Hard Rock Hotel. The outdoor patio offers large firepits surrounded by cozy couches made for an evening of relaxation. This location also serves as prime seating to enjoy live music and observe the nightlife of the Stateline “Strip.”