Boasting a Zagat rated menu and wine list, a meticulously assembled live music lineup and a classic lounge inspired setting, Moody's is simply a see for yourself dining staple.
The bar menu serves up shareable plates like Spicy Octopus Crostone, Ahi Poke, Maple-Glazed Pork Belly, and a variety of pizza, burgers, salads and soups starting as low as $4. The menu is crafted to please, for an afternoon snack to a sit-down dinner, Moody's emphasis on high quality local ingredients and inventive flavors will stoke your fire in the historic Truckee Hotel.
Established in 1873, the Truckee Hotel is a staple in historical tales of Truckee's past. First built as the American House, later known to many as the Whitney House, the structure stands tall today on the local historical registry. Touched by many as a major stagecoach stop on the Dutch Flat Wagon Road, the Truckee Hotel remains a fixed drop-in for Sierra visitors, historical buffs, adventure seekers, foodies, actors, and musicians.
Named after John F. Moody, the original builder of the Truckee Hotel, Moody's curates a tasteful Zagat rated menu, hosts a slew of popular jazz inspired musicians, special events and more.
The private dining parlor can seat as many as 50 guests for a sit down dinner or as many as 70 for a cocktail reception. Size, location and a locally produced menu make it a popular venue for rehearsal dinners, company banquets and award ceremonies. The outdoor summer patio seats 50 and is a calm oasis amongst the bustling whistle of downtown Truckee's historic rail yard district. Whether your party begins inside or out, count on ending up in the lounge for music, cocktails and inspired conversation.♣ Private Dining Brochure (pdf)