Six Peaks Grille
400 Squaw Creek Road
Olympic Valley, CA 96146Neighborhood:
CalifornianPrice: $31 to $50
Six Peaks Grille
- Dining Style: Casual Elegant
- Website: http://www.squawcreek.com/
- Phone: 5305816621x
- Hours of Operation:
Tuesday through Saturday 5:00pm - 9:30pm
Open Daily during Holiday Season
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Californian
- Executive Chef: Chad Shrewsbury
- Dress Code: Smart Casual
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Bar Dining, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
- Private Party Facilities: Resort at Squaw Creek offers several private dining options, from the intimate and luxurious Six Peaks Grille Private Dining Room to the Grand Sierra Ballroom with a capacity of 450. Gourmet cuisine is combined with exceptional space to create a memorable group gathering.
- Private Party Contact: Jeremy Gessel 5303816621x
A word from Six Peaks Grille
Six Peaks Grille redefines Lake Tahoe fine dining, offering a feast for your eyes as well as your palate. Surrounded by spectacular views of the majestic six peaks of Squaw Valley and the meadows below, Six Peaks Grille presents an innovative menu of distinctive regional cuisine that features the freshest produce, seafood and steaks. Enjoy romantic indoor dining by our beautiful stone fireplace and panoramic views through our floor-to-ceiling picture windows. Six Peaks Grille also features signature cocktails and martinis, as well as an extensive wine list. Our relaxed mountain atmosphere provides a family-friendly setting for dinner. We recommend reservations.Continued
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Six Peaks Grille reviews from OpenTable diners
- AvoidAFoodieVIPDined on 3/14/2014This restaurant survives only on captive hotel audience. If at all possible, go anywhere else in Truckee or Tahoe city.
- Business but PleasureOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 3/1/2014I really enjoyed my dinner at Six Peaks. We had intended to go out with another couple alone but we're at a business event that was eventually invited for dinner too! I almost forgot we were at a business table with such good food to take my mind off work. I tried the beet's salad, the scallop appetizer and a wonderful sea bass for dinner. I also enjoyed it all with a buttery flavored Chardonnay! Two thumbs up on the ambiance as well as taste for the great food!Special Features:
- Anniversary DinnerTonyFDined on 2/27/2014Dinner for 4 was very nice starting with cocktails followed by soup or salad then by the main. All of it was fabulous...only to be followed by a complimentary dessert that hit the spot. The wine list was excellent with a large variety of choices.Special Features:
- Convenient for hotel guestsOpenTable Diner Since 2009VIPDined on 2/21/2014Average quality food that is over-priced and served in a 1980's environment. Waiting staff are friendly but feel really stretched which can't help but impact the overall experience.
- Lovely, well-designed Valentine'sVDayDined on 2/14/2014Lovely, well-designed Valentine's dinner. Four courses, each spaced out to allow time to savor each bite and moment. Unique recipes and quality ingredients. Nice martini for the welcome cocktail and then a nice red wine to go with my duck entrée. Only regret is that I could not try the elk dish because the chef was unable to cook it anything besides medium-rare, and I like my meat medium-well. Overall great ambience and worth the special night.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Seldom considered restaurantLocalTahoeDined on 1/8/2014Tired of the regular Tahoe City restaurants which are all good, just wanted something new. Six Peaks is a great find forgotten by many but close at hand. Great ambiance and good food priced below what you normally find in high end restaurants but just as good. Their wine list is extensive enough to satisfy any budget. There is enough room there to seat large groups. There were two larger groups seated near us when we ate there. I expected the noise level to be excessive but the sound deadening built into the restaurant made it tolerable. As long as the hotel isn't full you are likely to be able to get a table on short notice. I'll be back!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Lovely Christmas DinnerAKTorontoDined on 12/25/2013Five of us were in Tahoe for the Christmas week and chose Six Peaks for Christmas Day dinner. The Prix Fix menu had enough variety for our diverse preferences. My Filet Mignon was done perfectly. The portions were such that they were not large, but enough to satisfy. The decorations for the season added to the ambience and the room itself was elegant . The service was good and attentive though there was a bit of confusion about two orders. It happens, no real problem. We highly recommend this for all the above reasons. The prices are considerable so make note. The major drawback was the difficulty in finding menus on the website. Since we have two members with food restrictions we need to check menus first.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Beautiful night! Delicious!ChanelDined on 12/24/2013We are family of 3 so often we go out for dinner. We found Six Peaks staffs are very welcome with their pro greetings and friendly services. The foods served just perfect for our family hungry tummy after a long day slide down the slopes with mountains lol…. strongly recommended to family with kids or couple like to have a beautiful night out. Happy customer.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Our secretBarbDined on 12/12/2013Many of the locals don't know where Six Peaks is so I consider it our little secret. We went with another couple this time. They had never been there and were very impressed. They said it was delicious and a good choice. Food is always good, service great and this year the Christmas decorations added to the ambience.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- great fooddeisyDined on 11/30/2013Delicious food, however we were seated in a dimly lit area hard to see person you were seated with and chilly by the window. Otherwise great food.Special Features:
- Best dinner ever!JLoDineswKLoDined on 10/5/2013After climbing 4.5 hours all afternoon from the Valley floor up to High Camp (8200' ft elevation) we were starving so we showed up early for our reservation. Had an exceptional Heirloom Tomato Salad along with a couple of Filet Mignon and a side of mashed potatoes along with spectacular bread and wine. Service was wonderful, as well. Only disappointment was that it was our 26th anniversary and no one recognized our special occasion.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Squaw Creek Resort Fine DiningdparkinsonVIPDined on 10/4/2013Six Peaks is a little pricey because it's in the Squaw Creek Resort but if you're staying there it's really convenient. The food was tasty and a little bit creative. I had heirloom tomatoes, which were good but the cool thing was they came with a small round of feta that was encased in thin crispy strands like a round bird's nest. Our beef filets were fine. I'm a grass-fed beef person and these were clearly corn-fed but they were well prepared and had a nice sauce. Deserts were the usual fare but also done well. I've eaten here before, and I think they have risen their standards a bit.Special Features:
- One of Tahoe's BestMWReviewVIPDined on 9/25/2013Good menu selection, food preparation, and service. Atmosphere is a bit tight. One of Tahoe's best restaurant but not quite 5 Star quality.Special Features:
- DisappointedOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 9/14/2013Had to get my pregnant fiancee a glass of water by myself because our waitress, nor the bartender were anywhere to be found.
- Great place for dinnerOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 8/24/2013My husband and I had wonderful service and the food was fantastic like always.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Top Tahoe Spot for Fine DiningVinoVeritasVIPDined on 8/4/2013We ate here twice while staying in the hotel for a conference. Both times we were impressed by the food. Some dishes were outstanding (scallops starter). Everything was well prepared and interesting. However, the wine program needs major help. On both occasions, we ordered wine, only to find out that we had been given an out of date wine list and our choice was unavailable. The wines on the list do not match the quality of the food being put on the plates. Our server on the first evening was very good (apart from the mishap with the wine). However, the server for our second dinner would disappear for very long periods. She clearly just didn't care. The restaurant's view of Squaw Valley is beautiful.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- 10 Peaks for the Six PeaksGrilleLarryVIPDined on 7/30/2013A complete outstanding experience from beginning to end in the beautiful Squaw Valley . Food and service was over the top.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- The Best in TruckeeBarbDined on 7/26/2013This is our favorite restaurant in Truckee. We dined there on our anniversary and ordered the special, surf and turf, and it was delicious. On Thursdays in the summer they offer a 3 course meal for $35. You can order off the menu also, but we like the 3 course because it gives us an opportunity to try something new. The view of Squaw's mountains is gorgeous. I definitely recommend this restaurant.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Food is over-ratedFoodieDined on 7/20/2013The portions are small, especially the shrimp appetizer. The stuffed chicken is a little dry.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Six PeaksBob1Dined on 7/18/2013Food was very good, however, the size of the portion was small, considering the price. After we ordered, we had to wait quite a while for the dinner. We noticed everybody else was waiting also.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- 6 peaks diningPercheron11Dined on 6/29/2013Overall this is a very nice restaurant . I called ahead of time to make sure they had a gluten free menu, which they said they did. I asked for them to please have it at the table, which it was not. The waitress said they did not have a gluten free menu, and explained what they could do to the meals so my wife could eat them. It was extremely limited on selection of food she could have. We were seated at a window with a glare from the sun, even though most if the tables were empty. We did not sit outside as it was hot, but they kept opening the door to go outside, which interrupted us several times. The food was ok, but overpriced for what we got. 10 dollars for a very small plate (house salad) was a joke! Would not eat here again.Special Features:
- great meal in the mountainsOpenTable Diner Since 2006Dined on 6/8/2013went away for a romantic weekend at Lake Tahoe - Resort at Squaw Creek. To make things easy we decided to just have dinner at the hotel. We ended up at an outside table with a great view of the mountains and valley - beautiful sunset. The food was delicious. We started with a beet salad (my wife's favorite) - made with a goat cheese spread and she loved it. I had an heirloom tomato salad and they've couldn't have been better. Entrees were salmon and skirt steak. Both expertly prepared with beautiful presentation. Finally, the service brought all the pieces together. We had a great waitress..very knowledgeable and also attentive without being a pest.Special Features:
- Perfect romantic dinnerOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 4/5/2013Went here for our anniversary. Beautiful view, elegant food, and romantic ambiance.Special Features:
- Went for husband's birthdayUmameVIPDined on 3/16/2013Went for husband's birthday and it was a wonderful experience. The duck appetizer was the best duck preparations I have eaten, even comparing to notable NYC restaurants. The sea bass I had was cooked to perfection, short ribs and wagyu burger the kids had were super tender, and the filet hubby had was also great! Chocolate lava cake was gooey and not overly sweet. All in all, we had a wonderful time with a great dinner here.Special Features:
- I miss some spectacular dishesOpenTable Diner Since 2007Dined on 3/9/2013I miss some spectacular dishes in the past BUT if I asked in advance with a request to the chef, he would make note and satisfy my craving as best as possible if seasonably available. That is attentiveness and a staff that cares. Views from within are of the majesty of Squaw Valley and resort waterfalls. On the deck, there are fire pits to cozy up to with a class of fine cognac. Brunch is the best in Squaw Valley for buffet style. It is quite satisfying. Other breakfast nooks in Truckee serve up fare to our locals and Olympians such as the infamous "Squeeze In" and.... ask me! I have dined most everywhere. It is hard to complain about most. If I want to be delighted and impress guests, an evening at Six Peaks is a must!Special Features:
- Delightful dinner experienceWhispine2Dined on 3/6/2013Delightful dinner experience with views of the ski slopes, pool, and outdoor fire pits. The food presentation, taste and attention to detail were all marvelous.Special Features:
- Great food and great service.TriplemomVIPDined on 2/20/2013Great food and great service. A must if you are in Squaw Valley!!!Special Features:
- Six Peaks View with Five Star FoodDiningDuoVIPDined on 2/17/2013This is a great restaurant and a great way to escape the kids and crowds that can sometimes fill the resort on big weekends. Most of the families seek out the cheaper alternatives in the resort. The Six Peaks Grille tends to be quieter and the food several steps above Sandy's Pub, the other major dining option. They have a great view of the valley and mountains of Squaw Valley. The food is great and well-prepared and the service was great.Special Features:
- We enjoyed our dinner hereOpenTable Diner Since 2008Dined on 2/17/2013We enjoyed our dinner here while staying at the Resort at Squaw Creek. Thought the food and service were both good. Our kids enjoyed the kids menu which was priced fairly. I wouldn't recommend it for groups, but it was lovely to enjoy a quiet dinner as a family.Special Features:
- A DisappointmentFoodLoverVIPDined on 2/16/2013We always stay at The Resort at Squaw Creek and have tried Six Peaks several times. We were disappointed each time. Can't beat the convenient location if you are at the resort but for the price you'd expect better food. Id rather have something down at Sandy's Pub. I won't be going back again.
- Last night at SquawFeedMeDined on 2/9/2013We had a slight problem finding the restaurant- it's in the 'Resort at Squaw Creek' NOT at the top of the ski hill- but managed to take the tram back down from the mountain and make our way over to the resort with only an hour lost. The Ahi Tuna appetizer was excellent but we wanted more. The Sea Bass and the Salmon were outstanding. There was a good selection of white wine for our fish- Ferrari Carrano Fume Blanc was just right- and the lava cake tasted exactly the way it's supposed to taste. Server Simon(?) was polite and attentive.Special Features:
- Very good resort restaurantOpenTable Diner Since 2006VIPDined on 2/1/2013Nice and convenient restaurant if you stay in the resort towers. The food was very good, but it is on the expensive side. The view is fantastic.Special Features:
- I would love for Six PeakslisasDined on 1/20/2013I would love for Six Peaks Gille to be a good restaurant since we go to the Resort at Squaw Creek often, but the food is very expensive and the flavors are just not there. They try to be high-end and they just don't deliver.Special Features:
- Nicest place to go in Squaw,ModernistVIPDined on 1/19/2013Nicest place to go in Squaw, worth the trek to hotel.Special Features:
- We come here every year duringOpenTable Diner Since 2006VIPDined on 1/12/2013We come here every year during our stay for ski season and the food and service never disappoints! Happy to say I've never had a bad meal here and that the service is always friendly and professional. I look forward to coming back every year.
- The food and service wereOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 1/3/2013The food and service were very good. Unfortunately the restaurant was extremely loud. At the prices, screaming children were not expected. This is unfortunately a result of today's poor parenting.
- Romantic Dinner For 6OpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 12/31/2012Cocktails were great! We celebrated New Year's Eve with our 2 daughters and their boyfriends and had a great time. We had the Ahi appetizer which was not the greatest. But for the most part our dinners were great. I had the Sea Bass and it was fabulous, my husband had the Scallops; amazing, my oldest had the mussels and prawns which was a hit. My youngest was not so happy with the lingiuni. They were out of the Lava cake dessert which was disappointing but overall I would give the restaurant another try, it's a beautiful place and we had a great view of the fire works!Special Features:
- The food was very good, butOpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 12/31/2012The food was very good, but the service was a bit uneven. The people were friendly enough, however, it did take longer than expected too get some of the things we asked for (water, etc) and the mixed up the orders on the table. I would not have expected this since we were dining early and at that time the restaurant was less than half full.Special Features:
- The service was good- veryOpenTable Diner Since 2005VIPDined on 12/25/2012The service was good- very enthusiastic though some mix-ups occurred when food was deivered. All 5 of us enjoyed the appetizers, salads and main courses. The lamb was outstanding as was the beet salad. Only disappointment was the lava cake was served lukewarm, so the lava did not flow.
- The restaurant felt cold.OpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 12/25/2012The restaurant felt cold. Almost put my jacket back on just to warm up. Vegetarian dishes were small. Eating vegetarian is already reduced calories so why the small portions for ratatouille? Also one of our menus had STAINS on it. Really? The server never check on us once our food was served. This is poor.