[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]A word to the wise: Come hungry when you visit Mt. Rose.

Gus’s famous breakfast burritos. Beers from local microbreweries. Expansive views and incredible outdoor dining opportunities that allow you to make the most of Tahoe’s famously sunny days that follow the storms… These are just a few of the things that make dining at Mt. Rose a must.

You can’t go wrong if you start your day at Mt. Rose with one of Gus’s famous breakfast burritos. Loaded with eggs, cheese, breakfast meats and veggies, this thing is the real deal. If Gus can’t talk you into the burrito, he and his team have a variety of other breakfast options for you to choose from at the Lodgepole Café.

Need a little something extra to kick start your day and get the morning started? Swing by the Higher Grounds Espresso Bar and let our barista serve up your favorite espresso beverage.

By the time lunch rolls around, you’re sure to have worked up an appetite. Senor Barascas is where you’ll find Mexican favorites, including tacos and burritos. The Lodgepole Café in the Main Lodge reliably serves up traditional American fare such as burgers and fries, pizza and more. Indoor and outdoor seating options will give you the opportunity to either warm up, or continue to take in the action as it happens on the slopes.

Much different from the resort’s “Reno Ski Bowl” days when it was a simple warming hut, the new Winters Creek Lodge, located on the back edge of the Slide Bowl side of the ski area, features a steel and glass design that brings facets of the mountain into the architecture of the facility, and offers expansive views of Reno and the Washoe Valley below. Enjoy sitting outdoors on the large deck on beautiful sunny days, as this is the place to stop for lunch if you’re into handmade paninis and other traditional American fare.

Before you say your goodbyes at the end of the day, be sure to swap some stories and enjoy an ice cold beer at the Timbers Bar. Our bartenders are ready and waiting to serve you one of the many beers on tap from some of the best local microbreweries in Northern Nevada.