Closed October 20th - Plan to reopen May 2020
The Grille at the Chateau, located on the Championship Golf Course in Incline Village, Nevada (map) - is open to the public and offers a beautiful view of the 18th green, mountains, trees and Lake Tahoe from the dining room and our outdoor seating area. The Grille serves quality, fresh, wholesome ingredients with thoughtful service every day during the golf season (May through October).
The 2019 Grille menus include new lunch entrees and an expanded happy hour selection. Whether you are playing a round at the Championship Course or just looking for a great meal, please come see what's new this summer!
The Grille at The Chateau - 955 Fairway Blvd, Incline Village (map/directions)
Offering small plates, sandwiches, and an unbeatable selection of fresh salads (aka the Fairway of Greens), the 2019 lunch menu features favorites including the Ahi Poketini, Fish Tacos and the Sunset Salad along with new items including Calamari Fritti, Smoked Chicken Wings, Wedge Salad, and our version of a Cubano Sandwich. We’re sure everyone will find something that will quickly become their favorite like the NY Style Reuben, a Classic Cheeseburger or one of the other tasty plates. Select items are labeled as gluten free and we also have gluten free buns available for any sandwich upon request.
Happy Hour: 3-7pm
Our extended happy hour features a $6 daily cocktail special, $4 draft or 16oz. can, $5 wine-by-the-glass specials and delicious appetizers.
- The Grille Happy Hour Menu 2019
Come sit on our deck and enjoy the views, food, drinks and the friendly Tahoe service.
Reservations - Lunch Only
Walk-ins welcome but if you would like to make a lunch reservation please make a reservation online via our reservations page or the widget below. If your party is larger than 10 people or the specified time is unavailable, please give us a call at 775-832-1178. Reservations are only available for lunch. Walk-ins only for happy hour.
No Pets Allowed
Washoe County Health District regulations prohibit all animals, except for services animals, in grocery stores, restaurants, and other food establishments. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) authorizes the use of service animals in a food establishment ONLY for the benefit of individuals with disabilities. A service animal is a dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. Dogs and pets whose function is to provide comfort or emotional support DO NOT qualify as service animals according to the ADA.