Burger Me

Burger Me

10418 Donner Pass Rd.
Truckee, California 96161
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Local Phone: (530) 587-8852

Their philosophy is to use the best, all natural products they can find, free of chemicals or growth hormones. Whenever possible they buy their products from people right here in the community.

They source out the freshest, seasonal ingredients available and have them delivered daily to ensure you are being served the best quality ingredients. 
 

Dog Access:

  • Dogs OK at outside seating

Dog in the snow in Tahoe
Captain chillin' in Tahoe. Photo Credit: Garrett (CC)
Whether there’s lots of snow or not a flake at lake level, your pup will appreciate a winter break at Northern California’s favorite playground as much as you will. The wild card is weather, so be prepared to embrace whatever conditions Mother Nature throws your way. Here are some of our favorite ways to play with our pups at Lake Tahoe. more »
Dog playing in water
Clover playing in Fallen Leaf Lake. Premshiree-Pillai (CC)
Most hikes around Lake Tahoe—and there are hundreds—can be enjoyed with your best friend. But if your goal is to bask in fall color, better get a move on.  The aspens and other color-makers at higher elevations have already peaked, but you’ll still find some golden glow around the lakeshore. Go to CalifornaFallColor.com for leaf-peeper updates—and, as always, check weather reports before rounding up your pup and heading into the high country. Be prepared for snow, because at this time of year, you never know! more »
Camp Winaribbun
 
Who says you can’t take your dog swimming at Lake Tahoe? True, there are only a few places in South Shore where you can, but we’re not growling. Kiva Beach, at the mouth of Taylor Creek on the lake’s southwest shore, is the No. 1 destination for DogTrekkers. more »
dog in snow at Lake Tahoe
Weather and snow conditions will have a big impact on where you can walk or hike in winter, but snow boots should suffice on most days if you stay around lake level and inquire locally about what is and isn’t accessible. Even a little bit of snow and ice can cause a stumble. more »
Most hiking trails around Lake Tahoe—and there are hundreds—can be enjoyed in the company of your best friend. For a short hike with liquid rewards, pack a picnic and take an easy, 3.5-mile round-trip stroll to gorgeous Fallen Leaf Lake, second-largest body of water in the Tahoe Basin and easily accessible from a parking lot just off Highway 89. Also easy-going is the mile-in, mile-out Cascade Falls trail, accessed from a trailhead at Inspiration Point near Emerald Bay. more »
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