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Best things to do in Kingsbury

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Restaurant
“The Chart House was started by 2 Surfers as a way to allow them to enjoy their passions. Surfing in the Summer and Skiing in the winter. Perched atop a hill near Kingsbury Grade and overlooking exquisite Lake Tahoe. It is known for its seafood. Try there original Hot Lava Chocolate Cake. ”
37 locals recommend
Bar
“All people welcomed with a relaxed friendly space - good food & drink and you can walk here in 15 minutes or less . so fine.”
29 locals recommend
Sushi Restaurant
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“Great service, great sushi. Go early because the line to be seated gets long every night around 6:30pm, but it's worth the wait!”
32 locals recommend
Diner
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“Low key staple with traditional american breakfast food in a cozy cabin building”
27 locals recommend
Bar
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“Another local favorite, close to home. Good grub, draft beers, and a lively vibe make this a good choice. Somewhat of a local tradition for apres ski drinks if you're skiing at Heavenly.”
14 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Crab rangoons are so good and crispy, yellow curry, green curry, pad see ew, spicy basil chicken”
9 locals recommend
Cafe
“-Family owned boutique Coffee house with direct sourced coffee beans hand picked. ”
14 locals recommend
Bar
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“The Oldest Bar in Nevada. Genoa is the first settlement in Nevada and this is just one of many fine places to visit.”
12 locals recommend
Casino
“The 'local's' casino. Well priced drinks, liberal slots and always bustling. This has been a traditional location to start off a night out for years. Many end up returning in the wee hours to get one last cocktail before bed. Open 24 hours.”
12 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“The Tahoe Rim trail can be easily accessed from just down Tramway Drive on Kingsbury. Great hiking and sightseeing!”
5 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Closest market to the Mountaintop Hideaway. There's also ski rental next door.”
11 locals recommend
Clothing Store
“Boulder Lodge is where beginners can get lessons and start off on beginner lifts. If you want to get to the top of the mountain faster, go the Stagecoach Lodge.”
10 locals recommend
Ski Chairlift
“Take the Gondola up to the top of Heavenly Valley for a breathtaking view of Lake Tahoe and the mountains.”
6 locals recommend
Clothing Store
“There is parking at the stagecoach lodge if you arrive within the first 10-15 minutes of lift opening. Additionally, a bus picks up on tramway drive every 20 minutes and will drop off here.”
7 locals recommend
Ski Chairlift
“Good way to get to the ski run. Some people walk or take Uber there. Ask us about the beautiful forest walking/biking path to town less than a 2 mile walk from our door step. ”
6 locals recommend
Trail
“You can walk out of our door and connect to this trail, it can be taken down to the stateline/Heavenly Village area. The Van Sickle​ trail has views of the lake on the way down to town. One of our favorite ways to use this trail is to hike down to town and have brunch or lunch and a drink. Then we take the direct bus back up the hill which stops right on our street.”
7 locals recommend