They came from near and far to help build Tahoe City into regional fast pitch softball hotbed They came from the San Fernando Valley, the Bay Area and the beaches of Santa Barabara. Many were ex-collegiate level athletes that mostly came to Lake Tahoe to swing hammers in the summer months to help with the [...]
If you played men’s or women’s softball – either fast pitch or slow pitch - in the 1970s, 1980s or 1990s, and you played a tournament in Tahoe City, there’s a good chance you visited Pete 'n Peters, the sports bar and restaurant that for the past four decades has been the softball mecca of [...]
TAHOE CITY, Calif. — Forty years is a long time for a business to survive the challenges of life at Lake Tahoe. But Pete ’n Peters has done it following a simple formula: Have great bartenders, put out a good product, and make it a comfortable place for both locals and tourists to hang out. [...]
It's hard to believe that it has been 13 years since we celebrated our 25th Anniversary in June of 2001. Lot's of things have change since then, but we're still Tahoe City's original sports bar.
David “Johnny B” Rutter and Jonny Roscher, partners in Pete ‘n Peters and Za’s, believe in philanthropy. They feel a community is strongest when businesses and nonprofits team up to solve key community issues. In May, Pete ‘n Peters and Za’s hosted the 2nd Annual Cardiac Cook-Off, a fried chicken battle between Chef Jonny Roscher and [...]