We went as a group of six, with some kids in the mix. Everyone had a great time. Definitely worth a visit.
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We love the varied and interesting menu choices at Fire Sign Cafe. A glass of fresh squeezed carrot juice to start is a must. It is hard to pick from the refreshing menu, but we do love the buckwheat pancakes, the nut and seed waffles...More
Thanks so much for the great review. We actually close at 3pm, an extra hour of enjoyment for future visits!!
Once again we enjoyed a great breakfast-- the pancakes are amazing ( I especially love the buckwheat version), and healthier options are terrific too. Eggs Benedict several ways including with delicious ripe tomato and avocado. Very cozy and comfortable. Love!
We stopped for lunch at this charming restaurant during a trip to Tahoe. Everything was delicious--fresh and homemade. My husband had the Reuben sandwich and I had a black bean burger, both specialties of the cafe. Definitely a recommended lunch stop while in the area!
This place was awesome the first time we came and it still remains that way they have superb service it was very close to where we were staying and they're very personable great portions not too much and it taste fabulous I recommend this to...More
Fire Sign Cafe is a must for good breakfast or lunch when staying on the western shore of Lake Tahoe. The service is great, and the food is outstanding.
Review is based on visit on December 2, 2017. We stopped here for breakfast following reviews of various local residents and travel sites. Upon arriving around 8:45 AM, we were greeted and seated in a booth where our server Sabrina introduced herself and went over...More
Always on the lookout for a good eggs benedict, when researching restaurants in the area, this one ended up on the 'must visit' list. We stopped here for a late brunch on our drive around Lake Tahoe and it did not disappoint! The eggs benedict...More
We have been here twice within a month. Once in September when it was packed and there was a wait to get a table, and once just last month (October) when some of the first snow of the season was falling and the summer crowd...More