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Kid-friendly yet high quality food in North Shore Lake Tahoe?

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Kid-friendly yet high quality food in North Shore Lake Tahoe?

smiles33 | Mar 13, 2008 08:55 PM

We'll be at Northstar in a few weeks and will have our 2 year old daughter with us. She's well-behaved and eats out with us regularly, but that doesn't means she doesn't occasionally raise her voice or throw a napkin on the floor. I don't want us to be "that" couple with the kid at a formal restaurant, but I'm also hoping we're not going to be stuck eating at the chain restaurants/coffee shops/OB's.

I've scoured the boards for general North shore recs and wanted to know if Moody's, Dragonfly, Plumpjack or others in that range might be appropriate for lunch w/a 2 year old (I assume no way for dinner but correct me if I'm wrong). We've eaten at Cottonwood in the past pre-kid and I just don't think it's appropriate to bring a 2 year old there with its more formal vibe (and we weren't that impressed by the food).

Any help/advice would be much appreciated!

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