Bound to Sierra Nevada College dining services by meal plans or convenience, students frequently complain about the quality of cafeteria food. An Eagle’s Eye poll confirms this campus discussion, as 70 percent of the students surveyed are rarely satisfied with cafeteria food.
The former location of the infamous Grog and Grist is undergoing a transformation into an Italian restaurant, deli, liquor store and full bar. DiMaggio’s at the Lake is Incline Village’s newest business, and Owner Garry DiMaggio II plans to create an environment welcoming to students, Incline residents and tourists.
With recent changes to cafeteria hours, students may find themselves searching for other options to satiate their appetites.
For students living in the dorms the options for cooking are limited. Fortunately a surprising variety of meals can be made with just a refrigerator and microwave.
With the closure of several Tahoe resorts this weekend, it is apparent that the winter season is coming to an end. Dry those tears, powder hounds, there is one delicious way to send out the season in style. Throwing a spring skiing tailgate barbecue is a great way to say good-bye to winter and dust off your grill for summer. A tailgate barbecue can be as simple as throwing some wieners on a grill, but if you want to do it in style here are some suggestions.