avg entree price
Tuesday thru Saturday 5:30 to 9pm.
Closed Sunday and Monday
The Improv at Harveys
19 Kitchen • Bar
ABOUT 19 KITCHEN • BAR
Located on the 19th floor of Harveys Lake Tahoe, fine dining destination 19 Kitchen • Bar debuted in June 2005, boasting spectacular views of the lake along with one of the most eclectic, yet welcoming menus to be found anywhere.
This Lake Tahoe restaurant has cool, clean lines, lake views from every table, intimate booths, a VIP seating area, special hardwood grill, comfortable banquette and much more. For sumptuous, multi-course meals or just a simple snack, 19 Kitchen • Bar serves up one-of-a-kind cuisine, guaranteed to please every taste.
In the mood for a drink? 19 Lounge • Bar is now offering dramatic views and spirited flavors with specialty cocktails and elegant menu samplings. For reservations, call (775) 586-6777.
Open Tuesday thru Saturday from 5:30 to 9pm.
Closed on Sunday and Monday
Why You'll Love It
"A dazzling view of the Lake from the 19th floor of Harveys. Steaks, seafood, sushi & sashimi, served in an impressive array. The food here kicks ass and the view can't be beat. Make reservation if you want the best view."
"Don’t let the cleavage fool you: This restaurant's young, leggy female servers might sport necklines in free fall and napkins masquerading as dresses, but 19 Kitchen • Bar on the 19th floor of Harveys Lake Tahoe Casino & Resort actually delivers solid, often whimsical fare. Lettuce wraps arrive with tiny portions of pot sticker sauce, Chinese mustard and chili oil, so diners can concoct dipping sauces. The scallop, asparagus and spinach risotto is a creamy, dreamy first course, and lobster corn chowder is rich goodness."
"If you're looking for a great meal with a view then 19 Kitchen • Bar located in Harveys Casino Resort on the 19th is where you need to go. Offering the best and most gracious service around, 19 Kitchen • Bar is here to make your night memorable. Look out and see spectacular Lake views from every table and watch the sunset on the Sierras."