Perched on the lakefront at the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, the Lone Eagle is best visited during daylight hours, when diners can fully appreciate the views of the cobalt-blue water. Even if it’s snowing outside, the restaurant’s floor-to-ceiling windows make the most of the stunning alpine scenery. Have a seat at the dark-wood bar and sip from Lone Eagle’s enormous wine glasses, or cozy up outside by the fire pit with a hot toddy. No matter where you sit, you can expect top-notch service and beautifully prepared food. The main dining room serves mostly traditional fare (grilled lobster tail, Niman Ranch lamb chops, filet mignon, roasted barramundi), but the menu is extensive enough to please every taste. If you’re a foie gras fan, order it here.