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Due to current restrictions placed on CA restaurants and recently ordered closures in neighboring counties, we have made the decision to implement a temporary closure of Sunnyside Restaurant & Lodge effective March 17 – March 31, 2020. Your safety and the safety of our employees is our priority. We look forward to seeing you again very soon.
NORTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — The North Lake Tahoe Chamber of Commerce honored local leaders and businesses March 26 at the 61st Annual Community Awards Dinner at the Resort at Squaw Creek. The ceremony recognizes businesses and employees who provided outstanding service to visitors, customers, clients and the community throughout 2014. Large Business of the […]Read More
The 22 Best Bars in California Thrillist | April 2, 2015 Sunnyside Restaurant & Lodge Tahoe City Tahoe’s fun in the winter, sure, but thanks to this incessant drought, summer’s really where it’s at. Specifically: the outside bar on the deck at Sunnyside. To get there, you can do what most people do: drive, walk, […]Read More
Sunnyside’s cellar stands out By Lou Phillips The Weekly | August 11, 2014 You can’t think of Sunnyside without thinking of the dashing guy with the big smile who has been making everyone feel like a friend since the 80s. Jeff “Ox” Oxandaboure, Sunnyside’s managing partner, is not only a great host, but also a […]Read More
The Sunnyside of Life Tahoe Quarterly: Summer 2014 July 11, 2014 New chef adds flair, keeps classics in this favorite summer spot Written by Susan D. Rock Fish tacos and zucchini sticks, margaritas and mai tais, all served on a hopping lakeside deck on a Tahoe summer day. Sunnyside Restaurant is all that, and lately, a lot more. A […]Read More
Lake Tahoe: Sierra Nevada paradise offers more than stunning scenery By Ari Burack May 25, 2014 | SF Examiner The streams of summer visitors to California’s great sapphire jewel in the Sierra Nevada might seem a little farther away when you’re dangling 40 feet above the forest floor, your brain a heady mix of pine-scented adrenaline. […]Read More