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Tahoe City's Best Restaurants: With rave reviews from locals and visitors and lines often out the door on busy weekend mornings, the Fire Sign Cafe is surely one of Tahoe's most popular breakfast spots. A quick glance at the menu shows why a dill and artichoke omelet, veggie eggs Benedict, a gouda scramble, and buckwheat pancakes topped with hot, freshly-made blueberry and raspberry sauce are representative of the ante meridiem treats that await. Lunch is served and contains menu items like soups, sandwiches, burgers and burritos, but for late-risers, breakfast is available all day. An attractive deck is open seasonally. The restaurant was featured on Rachel Rays "Tasty Travels" on the Food Network.

Cafés: With rave reviews from locals and visitors and lines often out the door on busy weekend mornings, Fire Sign Cafe is surely one of Tahoe's most popular breakfast and brunch spots. A quick glance at the menu shows why � a dill and artichoke omelet, veggie eggs Benedict, a gouda scramble, and buckwheat pancakes topped with hot, freshly-made blueberry and raspberry sauce are representative of the ante meridiem treats that await. Sandwiches, burgers and burritos are served for lunch, but for late-risers, breakfast is available all day. An attractive deck under the pine trees of the West Shore is open seasonally.

Best Restaurants: With rave reviews from locals and visitors and lines that often snake out the door on busy weekend mornings, Fire Sign Cafe is surely one of Tahoe's most popular breakfast spots. A quick glance at the menu shows why – a dill and artichoke omelet, veggie eggs Benedict, a gouda scramble, and buckwheat pancakes topped with hot, freshly-made blueberry and raspberry sauce are representative of the ante meridiem treats that await. Lunch is served, but for late-risers, breakfast is available all day. An attractive deck is open seasonally where you can enjoy both breakfast and lunch outside in the Sierra sunshine.

Homestyle: With rave reviews from locals and visitors and publications like Ski Magazine, Travel & Leisure and Sunset and lines often out the door on busy weekend mornings, Fire Sign Cafe is surely one of Tahoe's most popular breakfast spots. A quick glance at the menu shows why � a dill and artichoke omelet, veggie eggs Benedict, a gouda scramble, and buckwheat pancakes topped with hot, freshly-made blueberry and raspberry sauce are representative of the ante meridiem treats that await. Lunch is served, but for late-risers, breakfast is available all day. An attractive deck is open seasonally and the cafe is just steps away from the lake.

Breakfast: With rave reviews from locals and visitors and lines often out the door on busy weekend mornings, Fire Sign Cafe is surely one of Tahoe's most popular breakfast spots. A quick glance at the menu shows why � a dill and artichoke omelet, veggie eggs Benedict, a Gouda scramble, and buckwheat pancakes topped with hot, freshly-made blueberry and raspberry sauce are representative of the ante meridiem treats that await. The coffee and teas are pretty good and don't forget the mimosas and Bloody Mary drinks. Lunch is served, but for late-risers, breakfast is available all day. An attractive deck is open seasonally.

Breakfast/Brunch: With rave reviews from locals and visitors and lines often out the door on busy weekend mornings, Fire Sign Cafe is surely one of Tahoe's most popular breakfast spots. A quick glance at the menu shows why: a dill and artichoke omelet, veggie eggs Benedict, a gouda scramble, and buckwheat pancakes topped with hot, freshly-made blueberry and raspberry sauce are representative of the breakfast and brunch treats that await you on your trip to this stop on the West Shore. Lunch is served, but for late-risers, breakfast is available all day. An attractive deck with pine tree views is open seasonally.

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Local Expert Christina Nellemann Says:

Tahoe City's Best Restaurants, Cafés, Best Restaurants, Homestyle, Breakfast, Breakfast/Brunch: "The Fire Sign is in between Tahoe City and Homewood, so it's away from most of the town crowds."

Best for Tahoe City's Best Restaurants Because: The Fire Sign has a friendly staff and a huge menu.

Best for Cafés Because: The Fire Sign Crepes include green onions, mushrooms and jack cheese topped with Hollandaise sauce.

Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: Try the Fire Sign's home baked muffins and pastries.

Best for Homestyle Because: The Fire Sign Cafe was featured on Rachel Rays "Tasty Travels" on the Food Network.

Best for Breakfast Because: The Fire Sign is a great local hangout where you can feel right at home.

Best for Breakfast/Brunch Because: Don't forget to try Fire Sign's "House Baked Goods", daily baked items using tasty ingredients like sweet potato or rosemary.

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