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.
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: 3176166170x
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
Food selection is very limited and while ...
Food selection is very limited and while the steak was not too bad, it was extremely overpriced for the amount. The next night we ate at St. Elmo's...more selections, more FOOD (bigger steak), but definitely a bit louder. Clearly your tab at Eagle's Nest is paying for a very cool (and rotating) view of Indy.
This is the second time my wife and I ha ...
This is the second time my wife and I have come to the Eagle's Nest for dinner. Both times, the food and service were top-notch. The rotating view of the city is great. I intentionally made our reservations so that we would see the sunset while we were there. My only complaint is that there were several, large spiders outside of the windows that gave my wife an uneasy feeling (she hates spiders). Our experience was made even better because I accidentally left my wallet on the table and the staff secured it for me until I was able to return and retrieve it. Thank you!
Who can resist the pull of watching a br ...
Who can resist the pull of watching a breathtaking sunset and seeing Indy downtown from a different viewpoint? But, after that beauty, the annoying chairs (hard to move with dirty stained sagging seats), a $26 bill for 2 hours of parking (after being told they would cover parking, only to be told at the evening's end that it only covered for valet parking; wherever that was) made us uncomfortable. The food was OK, but one desert was beyond the pale. The Greek yogurt was a big bowl with a hard cooked biscuit surrounded by a pint or more of tasteless yogurt and a little streak of cherry juice.
My boyfriend and I had our first date at ...
My boyfriend and I had our first date at the Eagle's Nest. We now celebrate our anniversary there each year. The past 2 years we've had the same waiter, Joseph. Joseph hates his job and each and every diner her interacts with. Not only did he seem to very specifically ignore my boyfriend and I, he ignored every diner in his section. He was very close to having a mutiny on his hands. He never brought bread or any appetizer while we waited an hour for our food, or asked us if we needed anything. In fact, he didn't even bring us our food, but left us to eat steak with butter knives. He seemed vindictive or apathetic at the very least. Needless to say, we will not be going back.
The restaurant itself was nice--The view ...
The restaurant itself was nice--The view was great at night. The service felt rushed and the food was mediocre. I would not recommend this restaurant for the food, but I would recommend it for a quiet spot for a drink with an awesome view.
Service was excellent, view was wonderfu ...
Service was excellent, view was wonderful as well. Food was good. We were expecting a bit larger size salad. Prime Rib was good. Dessert was delicious. The view from there was amazing. We will definitely return to try some more of the menu.
Food is only adequate, go for the views ...
Food is only adequate, go for the views and the views alone. Service is always top notch. Too many options in this city for much better food. Flavors and quality of presentation just fell flat. That being said the experience is a fun one and continues to be a decent spot to entertain.
the outstanding parts of this restaurant ...
the outstanding parts of this restaurant of course are its spectacular views of Indianapolis and the service.
the Devour Downtown menu looked very good but the quality of the bisque and the prime rib and capon were at best fair
the desert was excellent
The food was very expensive but not good ...
The food was very expensive but not good quality. My halibut and crabmeat were completely over cooked. The Brussels sprouts were supposed to be charred but they were slimy and steamed. Dessert was the highlight of the meal. Definitely not worth the price they charge.
My husband and I went with another coupl ...
My husband and I went with another couple. We got our table very fast the waitress took forever to come over, took drink order and then got our drinks wrong! Next took our order and the two girls couldn't get stuff right it was all a horrible mess! We even had to pay to our parking after they stamped it!
We were celebrating our son's 20th birth ...
We were celebrating our son's 20th birthday and chose the Eagle's Nest because my husband and I had celebrated a wedding anniversary years ago and loved it. The entire experience was wonderful... from the fabulous view of Indianapolis (rotating), the food, wine list, music and they gave our son a birthday card with a handwritten note! We will definitely go again!
Our meal and the veiw were the best. We ...
Our meal and the veiw were the best. We had the prime rib which was juicy and done to perfection. Our guests enjoyed the filet, which they said was the best they had ever had. drinks were good also, I would go back on next trip to Indy.
Great service, awesome views, okay food, ...
Great service, awesome views, okay food, but seemed to have poor management. Asked for a table by the exterior window, waited 30 min past my reservation time, then was seated at a table on the inside. I then asked to be moved and was accommodated.
This restaurant make dining out fun, but ...
This restaurant make dining out fun, but on a subdued classy level. Having the spectacular view over the entire city make this restaurant so special. The food is very good and they even have a vegetarian option which I had and it was wonderful. Unfortunately, none of their dessert options were vegan. The wait staff is very good and very professional. I'd say the only thing that kind of spoils the atmosphere is people dressed like they just got up off the sofa and headed out the door. The prices are high but the quality lives up to it.
The novelty of the view wears off. The f ...
The novelty of the view wears off. The food is decent and the service is not bad but there is nothing that departs from average "fine" dining then the rotating view. Remodel is not particularly an improvement, the atmosphere is modern but sparse but what is most missed is the piano player.
Ordered a salad, with out main entree an ...
Ordered a salad, with out main entree and side. She delivered the sale with the main entree. When we mentioned it, she only said, "I thought that was what you were eating." She didn't offer to take the main entree back.
We felt that there was a general lack of ...
We felt that there was a general lack of finesse. With the very scenic venue we felt the whole restaurant could have been better presented decor-wise and ambience-wise. The dresscode was definitely not observed by all the patrons which diminished the quality of our experience.
VERY DISAPPOINTED in our dinner at the E ...
VERY DISAPPOINTED in our dinner at the Eagle's Nest. Loved the location. The view is spectacular and that's about it. For the price of the food and location. The restaurant is not only outdated, but looks dirty with stains on the carpet, chairs, etc. The food and drinks were not better. The mashed potatoes were dry and tasted like they were made and put under a lamp or were made yesterday because they were so dry. Honestly Cracker Barrel does a better job. My lamb was cooked perfectly but the other two guests with me were not impressed with their dinner. In addition, the cosmopolitans were made with something orange rather than cranberries and were over powered by the vodka. I'd heard from others that the EG was a big disappointment in food and restaurant ambiance. The ONLY saving factor is the view.
I like Eagle's Nest. The ambiance and v ...
I like Eagle's Nest. The ambiance and view are excellent. I feel the food is good but definitely over-priced for what you get. Definitely feel like you're paying for the view. Also, the last time I went there I ordered an after-dinner cognac and received a very nice pour. This time it was very minimal so definitely inconsistent and disappointing. Overall I like the place and will go back but will continue to search out alternative spots.
Very disappointing. When getting off the ...
Very disappointing. When getting off the elevator, the first thing we saw was three women at a table with at least 10 very small children! Things went downhill from there. Very loud, very tacky. Dress code of Business Casual is a complete joke. It's Denny's with a high price tag.
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