Bite in the Media
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It all started on December 28, 2007 when our local paper, The North Tahoe Bonanza featured a new restaurant in town with “a different outlook.” We have grown quite a “bite” since then and publications from coast to coast have taken notice. Including mentions in the San Francisco Chronicle, Sactown Magazine and New York Magazine, or lifestyle publications like Outside Magazine and Ski Magazine, people are talking about Bite.
San Francisco Chronicle: Lake Tahoe's eclectic fare worth sampling, by Carey Sweet. The Chronicle came to
Sactown Magazine offered up these “bites” of praise –
“Tapas are transformed into high art at Bite, where owners Brooke and Thomas McCarthy emphasize big-flavored small plates. Amid a soft-lit, minimalist décor accented by Manzanita branches, Bite, esconced in upscale
Of course, food and drink are our first priority at Bite, but don’t forget we are Incline Village Highlanders, “mountain people” at our core. We are fortunate to have been recognized in national publications like Outside Magazine, who had this to say in their article, Winter Shrinkage, Small Plate Restaurants Hit the Mountains–
“Bite’s BLT comes as a slider (the “L” is for lobster), and the Cajun prawns are sautéed in sesame-orange butter. But don’t get the wrong idea; Bite also serves a bitchin’ mac ‘n’ cheese. Happy hour is five to six, but “happier hour” is 10 to 11, when there’s live music. Since this is
It wouldn’t be Lake Tahoe without Skiing…SKI Magazine also included Bite in it’s discussion of small plates in ski resorts, Trying Times, Sample the menu with tapas at these high-country hotspots -
“Pile your plate high at Chef (Consultant) Bryn Herrlein’s bite-size ahi tuna sliders on fat little buns minutes from the slopes of