Braudog (866) Yorktown, Virginia | August 27, 2016| Updated September 7, 2016
Right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of South Lake Tahoe, this place has a major identity crisis. Upscale restaurant, night spot or brewery? The brewery part definitely takes the back seat. Over priced and not really feeling like a beer destination, I wasnít overly impressed with it as such. Bartender was lackluster too. But that said, the beers were at least average and not Coors Light, and the nachos were awesome. Brewery #751.
Itís located in a cellar. Unfortunately not a cosy one, but a huge concrete bunker.
Constant frier activity is going with bad circulation so the atmosphere is stifling.
Some homebrews on tap and about 8 "guests".
Bargirl friendly and helpful enough, but itís just a bit depressing.
Kind of a weird set up here. You can sit out on the street/sidewalk area (I guess thatís the patio) or go downstairs into the restaurant/bar. Pretty busy, but not surprising on a Saturday afternoon. Quick and very friendly service. Four house beers on tap, all were quite bad. They had a pretty decent guest list, though. The food looked okay, at least, but I didnít eat anything. If youíre looking for a place to park, just go into the lot at one of the casinoís (Harrahís has tons of parking and is close by).