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About Eagle's Nest - Hyatt Regency Indianapolis
Experience a stunning combination of world-class cuisine and captivating panoramic views at our newly transformed rooftop restaurant. An innovative menu features the freshest of local ingredients, skillfully blended to create a classic American cuisine. The unparalleled dining experience has been awarded the Top 50 “Most Scenic View and Most Romantic Restaurant” in the United States for 2011. Indiana’s only revolving rooftop restaurant, The Eagle’s Nest, offers a 360° view of the downtown skyline from a vibrant setting that is sure to delight all of your senses.
For the enjoyment of all our guests, The Eagles Nest Restaurant has a preferred dress code of Business Casual.
Indianapolis, IN 46204
American, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Dinner is served from 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM daily.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
The lounge is open 7 days a week
The Eagle's Nest Restaurant is located inside the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis, situated at the corner of Capitol Avenue and Maryland Street. We are within easy walking distance of multiple parking garages including Park Plaza and a Circle Centre Mall parking garage, which both have entrances on Maryland Street. Valet parking is available at the Hyatt's entrance and the Eagle's Nest can validate your parking to receive 50% off. Metered street parking is also available all throughout downtown.
Private Party Facilities:
To book large parties or buy out please contact us by phone or email.
Private Party Contact:
Letasia Johnson: (317) 616-6170
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
We are happy to host any special event you may have! Whether it's a birthday party, rehearsal dinner, or engagement celebration, The Eagle's Nest is a great choice! Contact our Food & Beverage Manager(firstname.lastname@example.org) to set up your event today!
Eagle's Nest - Hyatt Regency Indianapolis Ratings and Reviews
The view at Eagles Nest has been the best in Indy for 40 years. The service was excellent. The duck dish was superb. Juicy, tender and well spiced. The New York strip, however left much to be desired. Something one would have found years ago at a "Ponderosa" or "Bonanza" steak house. Just a bad cut of meat. Very disappointing.
Strawberry daiquiris were quite the thing in the 70s and low and behold they are still available. A tad on the watery side but acceptable.
We came for our 40th wedding anniversary and made it known, even including it in our reservation. Would have expected some sort of acknowledgement - but nothing. Oh well, still a good place for a spin around the city.
I have been several times with good experiences. This time arrived at 7:15 pm for a 7:30 pm seating. Did not get to a table until 8:00 pm. The front lobby was very chaotic with the manager Ismael not being a problem solver. The bar was struggling to get drinks out. Though Heather was in training, she was trying but going a lot of different directions. When it came time to be seated the bar tab could not be transferred and so we had to wait until the bill was closed which caused additional seating delay.
Renee our waitress was excellent and helpful as always.
If Hyatt is the parent company, leadership needs to correct the issue, especially during the month on May. Not a good impression for Race Fans.
The prime rib should not be the signature it had more fat than meat which was not pleasant to pick through the meat to eat around the fat, as much as you are paying you should never have to pick through the steak that way. The shrimp was rather dry and seemed to be over cooked. The salad and the sparkling moscato was the highlight. The over atmoshere, the waiter, and the assistant waiter were friendly and very professional. It was a great first time event but would never return.
My husband and I had an awesome evening, the view is magnificent! We were celebrating our 2 year anniversary. The meals and the manner in which they served was really great. Really made our 2nd anniversary a moment to remember. The server was very attentive and made great meal suggestions. As I am not used to such an extravagant/fine dining menu. Definitely will be dining again
My wife and I decided to go to the Eagles Nest for our first wedding anniversary and were extremely happy with the experience! Our waitress Renee was attentive, friendly and had a lot of knowledge of the menu. The view was breathtaking and the food was incredible! My wife's filet was tender enough to cut with a butter knife and my Ribeye was coated with a lot of good seasonings, worth the price! Overall it was a wonderful experience and we will be back!
Waitress was odd and had a hard time with conversation. My steak came out cold and my wife's steak was cooked well done not medium as she ordered. They redid the steaks and mine was once again not hot. No live music. For $180, I'd rather go to any other steakhouse in the city and they can keep the view.
I only said I would recommend to a friend because it IS a beautiful experience to overlook the city of Indianapolis and dine. Otherwise, we were very disappointed in the value of the evening. In addition, on their website ask that if you are having a special occasion to let them know. I called ahead to say we were celebrating a special 18th birthday and nothing special was done. :(
The waitress greeted us and seemed on top of things. After we finished our appetizer of shrimp cocktail the waitress was gone for 10 minutes and we needed drink refills. When the meal arrived, both looked good. My pork chops were not good, very fatty. The carrots had no flavor and the potatoes were no different than what we for at home. My wife's filet was really good and super tender, I highly recommend it. We would go back, but it's not at the top of our list.
Food was great the buffalo meatballs appetizer was delicious. Our meal was very late coming due to the kitchen being backed up on orders, we waited over an hour for our main course. Staff was friendly and apologetic for the inconvenience.My wife and I truely enjoyed the views while we waited. If not for that perhaps I would have been annoyed. I would venture to say will be back, as the food and atmosphere was fabulous.
The experience itself was GREAT. Beyond expectations. Making reservations was strange because when I made them only two time slots were open but when we got there there was only one other couple besides us. And checking the website to get directions the next day it said it was closed. Luckily we went anyway.
They were very busy and the service was VERY slow. Took 1/2 hour to get a drink order taken. Bread finally showed up 45 minutes later. When the appetizers finally came, the entree showed up right away. Very loud. Of course the view was the best in Indy and we did enjoy that.
The young blonde woman who sat us was not friendly or happy to greet us which was surprising since she was the first person we saw when the elevator door opened. We went at 8pm on a Friday. There were plenty of tables open.
Our server was very informed and made good suggestions. We tried the crabcakes which were cooked well, but we weren't big fans. The bread was soft. I ordered the prime rib, and it was fantastic. The sear and seasoning were great, as was the tenderness. My wife ordered the pork chop with pears and enjoyed the flavor and tenderness also. We both really liked the mashed potatoes and vegetables. We were both full halfway through our entrees, so we didn't order dessert. The view was nice.. just wish the sunset had been nicer.
The food was delicious, the service was customary to below average for a meal at this price point. Extraordinarily expensive for a restaurant that does not appear to have been updated since the 70's. The carpet had to have been from the Reagan era, the furniture (tired & sagging) not much younger.
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