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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(email@example.com) to set up your event today!
Eagle's Nest - Hyatt Regency Indianapolis Ratings and Reviews
My date had never been before but I have, so was hoping it would be a great experience. It definitely was!! Our waitress MacKenzie was amazing! Very friendly and polite. Helped us with any questions we had about the menu. Food came out quickly as well. Food was spectacular as well. We will definitely be back.
The restaurant definitely exceeded my expectations. Not only was the view incredible, but the staff were extremely friendly and helpful. I didn't catch the name of the guy that brought us our water, but I did catch the name of our server, Mackenzie. Both of those staff members were incredibly kind and went out of their way to make sure that my date and I were having a good time. Mackenzie even offered to take a picture of us, which was very much appreciated. The guy that sat us at our table was very kind and knew the different menu items by heart, which was very handy when my date wanted to hear the dessert options. There was a very tall guy that brought out our food, which we also had coincidentally been in the elevator with on the way up who was also very kind and helpful. The rotation of the restaurant was great, and we ended up passing by our starting point right around when we were wrapping up dinner. I would absolutely recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a nice place to go with a great atmosphere and an equally excellent view. I only wish I had caught the name of all the staff as I would like to thank each one individually
Celebrated my daughters first year at IU. Our server was the sweetest girl. She congratulated my daughter several times. The food was as amazing as the view. We are pescatarian and vegan and tho the options were limited the asparagus side and the arugula salad with mango and honey lavender dressing were the best we have experienced. We Highly recommend this experience and hope to be back many times to come!
I took a date here and very romantic. The food is pricey, but also worth it. We both thought it was delicious. It's a very unique spot, as the restaurant rotates, providing a beautiful 360 degree view of the city. We went on a Saturday at 7:15, and it was surprisingly not packed and we got right in. I definitely recommend this place for a special night out.
We were only in Indy for a few days and were staying at Hyatt Regency, so we just had to try the Eagles Nest. We were not disappointed! The food was excellent, our waiter, Nash, was attentive and accommodating. You can't beat the view and we were able to see the sunset from the best place in town. It was a relaxed, well-paced meal.
The 360 degree view throughout the meal was fun, but did take a little time to get adjusted to as you can feel the restaurant moving and made me feel a little weird when trying to read the menu. It was also extremely cold when we got there (ac issues) and we were offered blankets-probably should have been offered a free drink or discount for staying. The food menu is very limited and pricey, but the filet was very good, but not the best I've ever had-I asked for medium rare and it came out more medium. I think you are paying for the 360 experience here, but worth the price as food is descent.
We have dined at the Eagles Nest many times over the years. This visit was for a special birthday for our daughter. It was near closing time and very few patrons were in the restaurant. It took 15 - 20 minutes before a waiter came to our table. When we finally received our entree my wife's steak was well done and should have been medium. The mashed potatoes were cold and veggies undercooked. By the time my wife received her new steak, we are all finished eating. This time her steak was very well done instead of medium. By this time, she just accepted it because of the hour and we were all finished. We were disappointed to say the least. It will be a long time before we revisit the Eagles Nest.
Unfortunately this visit wasn't as good as most. We brought a friend from another country to the restaurant specifically for the view. But upon walking in, the air conditioning was so cold as to be completely unbearable. We mentioned it and were told several times that engineering had been asked to turn the air conditioning off/up. After about an hour of shivering we complained again and were given one blanket to share for a table of six people. We suffered through dinner and saw several people leave because of the cold. Otherwise, food was good (the salad was very small for $9 though). Maya, our server, was delightful.
Our server, Mackenzie, was wonderful! She was very friendly, made good recommendations, waited patiently while we chatted with friends, took a picture for us, etc. The food was OK but pricy. We knew that going in though and really only went because we were using a Zoobook coupon. The view of the city is fantastic and adds a lot to the atmosphere!
My daughter and I had an early dinner at the Eagle's Nest. We enjoyed the evening- the rotating view of the city, the ambiance, the service was exceptional and the food was exceptional. We had the crab cakes and brie for appetizers. I recommend both. Crab cakes were fresh and tasty. My daughter loved the brie. We had the filet and lobster . The lobster was perfect, the filet- melt in your mouth. I definitely recommend this restaurant at the Hyatt.
My wife and I enjoyed our wedding anniversary at the Eagles Nest. The food was delicious and the view outstanding. It was slightly noisy, but only because we were near a large dinner party. Our server, Renee, was one of the best waitresses we've ever had. She was very helpful and even volunteered to take some pictures for us. You may notice that many other reviewers have mentioned Renee as being an outstanding waitress! Only other downside is that the menu is somewhat small and a bit pricey, but lets be honest, you're paying for the view. We would definitely recommend the Eagle's Nest for special occasions and will likely be eating there again sometime.
The view of Indianapolis is fantastic and we were lucky enough to enjoy a beautiful sunset with our dessert. Our waitress was fun and attentive, and the atmosphere was relaxed and pleasant. We arrived early for drinks before dinner which was nice but our server was slow and then they seated us almost 25 minutes after our reservation time which didn't make sense as the restaurant was not full at the time. Overall a good experience despite the early missteps.
Went with my girlfriend to celebrate my changing of jobs and our 8 months of dating (through some hard seasons), so I thought it warranted something special. You know, to make her feel like the princess she is. Anyway, I had never been to The Eagles Nest before, but from what I had been told, it was the fanciest restaurant I could think of, and, come on, that view with a rotating restaurant? Excellent and one of a kind 👌🏻
All told, we had a lovely time. She got the lobster tail, I got the filet + lobster tail. We had the crab cakes, split a salad and soup, and each had two mixed drinks. I'm not sure if it is supposed to be "part of the experience" like a progressive meal or not, but we waited for our food for over an hour before we even saw the appetizer. The crab cakes were delicious. The salad was something I could have made at home for a quarter of the price, but it was good. The soup was as good a seafood chowder as I've had. Both of our lobster tails were fairly tough and not as flavorful as I'd hoped, but it was still delicious and she liked it more than I did. My filet was well prepared, but not worth $40. I've made better ribeye at home for $12. Maybe it was the cut of the meat - I just don't think it was worth the money. Our mixed drinks were good. The server did a good job - nothing stellar, nothing poor. She was obliging when we asked to have our picture taken. Again, I'm not sure if it was just a night where things moved slowly or if it is supposed to be part of the experience, but the food seemed quite a long time in coming. We did go on a Friday night, but by no means was it packed out. From the looks of it, just the bottom row of seats next to the windows were only ~60-70% full - not even half full. If they draw out the meal longer so you can have the full rotating experience as it takes just under 1.5hrs to complete the revolution, that's fine, but it would be even better if they told us about it. Not worth >$200
Next time I'll just get desert.
Great views of the city. So would recommend anyone to at least take your love there on a date or your special occasion.
We both loved our soup selections. So yes order the French Onion or the Seafood Chowder.
The menu in our opinion could be bigger with more options. The food was good but thought could use improvements. My husband had the Prime Rib and I had the NY Strip Steak. I would have preferred the NY Strip came without the BBQ like sauce on top and the steak was a bit fatty.
Went to Eagle's Nest for our 37th Wedding Anniversary. The staff was amazing from the guy who greeted us at the door to our server Renee. The food was incredible. We both had the Prime Rib. I believe it to be the best Prime Rib I have ever had. The Eagle's Nest will remain high on our list of restaurants for Special Occasions.
Loved this place a year ago! This time not so much. Waiter kept forgetting things that we asked for and had a hard time answering questions about the menu. The food was not up to par for how expensive it is to eat there. The dining area had holes in the wall, cloth on chairs were coming off and the windows for the view were extremely dirty. To spend this much on a meal I believe there should have been better service, food and cleaner dining area! My wife said it was like eating at Applebee's with a view. We were trying to celebrate our anniversary and I felt like I let her down by choosing this place. Hopefully they will get things in order. It was a totally different place than one year ago!
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