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About Sage Room - Harvey's Lake Tahoe
The Sage Room at Harvey's has been a Tahoe landmark since opening in 1947. An elegant Western-themed steak house, The Sage Room is popular with locals and guests alike.
The Sage Room’s décor includes original Native American lamps that were gifted to Harvey's from the Washoe Tribe, the original bar, and hand-hewn beams that were part of the original log cabin that housed Harvey's in 1944.
The Sage Room features unique appetizers and salads prepared table side, along with Black Angus steaks, poultry, veal, lamb, Beef Wellington and seafood. Dessert specialties include Bananas Foster and Cherries Jubilee, both prepared table side.
Stateline, NV 89449
Hours of Operation:
Dinner Hours: Sunday, Monday, and Thursday from 5:30pm-9:00 pm
Fiday, Saturday 5:30pm-9:30pm
Dark Tuesdays & Wednesdays
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
(775) 588-2411 ext. 6210
Harvey Hotel Parking and Valet
Blue Go Transit - Corner of Stateline and Hwy 50 in Front of Embassy Suite across from Harveys
Chef John Haddad
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking
Sage Room - Harvey's Lake Tahoe Ratings and Reviews
Food, service and presentation were all amazing. Tableside prep on several items (salad, steak Diane- yummy- and bananas foster--double yummy) was a lovely signature feature. Ahi tuna appetizer was superb, as was the onion soup. We are actually going back again tonight!
Our server was outstanding and humorous. We come here almost every visit to Lake Tahoe. Ive noticed the staff doesnt change much and I can see why. They love what they do and it shows thru their impeccable service. The tableside preparation of classic Caesar Salad takes you back to a different era when a meal was prepares with care. It was delicious. The Filet Mignon was juicy and tender. Wish this place was closer to where I live!
It was a lovely ambience , great friendly servers and great food. I had the elk it was on the special, it was great! We were their during winter storm so wine was limited selection as roads were closed. We were still able to get great wine with dinner. Thanks guys at sage room.
The service is quite nice. We had a reservation and they took us in immediately. The waiters are nice.
The food is overall OK. I ordered scallop and was disappointed. Somehow the scallop tastes bitter. My husband ordered stake and it was not that impressive either. One thing bothered me the most is the dish we ordered for my son. It was said kids sized pasta but what we got was a huge bowl. He finished maybe 1/5 of it and it was such a waste. Considering the food quality, the price is way too high. We have had many expensive dinners before. With $200+, I expect much higher quality.
I have seen some people ordered desert and it looks really good. Not sure how good they taste though.
The entire experience was exquisite. The staff are top notch...elegant, but not snobby. We had the Steak Diane and Beef Wellington. Both were expertly prepared and melt-in-your-mouth scrumptious. The Steak Diane was flambéed table-side. Perfection! Highly recommend!!
We love the Sage Room. We've been dining there since the early 70"s. Many good memories. The service, the food , the ambiance, OUTSTANDING!!! Love the maitre D, he was so gracious, and seated me immediately -- & we were 1/2 an hr. late. (however I called, we were stuck in snow traffic) My husband & brother -in-law, Ralph Barsi are Craps champions! Love all of you!
While staying in Lake Tahoe for vacation, we celebrated my sons 22nd birthday with a memorable dinner at the Sage Room. Enjoyed a prime rib dinner with baked potato, vegetables and a desert of Bananas Foster. Did not disappoint with excellent service, Frank Sinatra-dimly-lit ambiance and delicious melt-in-your-mouth steak. The desert gets prepared at your table by the waiter- with more flames than a Hawaiian fire dance. A slice of chocolate cake with a lighted candle and a cheer of "happy birthday" made the evening complete.
The food was as to be expecteded for the price range, excellent steak cooked perfectly with solid sides. One in our party ordered the elk chop which was extremely tender and well prepared. The highlight of the meal was our waiter Hal and his assistant who prepared our desert, both were very professional and attentive. The table side prep they do for the deserts is top notch! There was a couple who came in just to order desert (they mentioned they were having dinner there the following g night), that says a lot in my opinion.
The server was not very attentive. We had to ask for certain things that were automatically give to other guest/tables. We asked for our steaks to be medium and we got medium rare. The servers helper did not know approximately how many glass of wine are in a half bottle.
I originally booked for wrong night, they graciously found us a table even though they were busy. We had salmon, sea bass and lamb. All were cooked to perfection. I have dined here numerous times in the past. We have also enjoyed the table side preparation of some of their flaming steak and deserts, its a neat visual treat if you are in the mood for that particular menu item. Lighting is dark and can be quiet and romantic depending on which table you are seated at.
As good as the food/atmosphere are, its only topped by Evan (our food server) that we request each time we go. He is the consummate professional who is very knowledgeable in regards to wine and food. However, if you are in the mood for some levity and wit, he is your guy. He is the jewel of the restaurant.
Would never go back... the food was awful and service was less than ideal! Steak was tough, mashed potatoes came from a box, their wine selection is poor for a high end restaurant. Overall, I'd give it a 1 star. $350 for 2 people.. I'd rather eat at Ruth's Chris or any other chain steak house.
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