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
I read several reviews about the food qu ...
I read several reviews about the food quality but decided to take a chance for the Holiday View. My wife and I had leisurely dinner while restaurant made two 360 degree rotations to see all of the Indianapolis sky line in the evening. Our server Beatrice was outstanding and made thoughtful suggestions. My wife's prime rib was excellent. I had the duck that was also very good but the skin could have been a little crisper. The food was quite good. The view and our service from Beatrice were outstanding.
Went for out 20 anniversary. Made reserv ...
Went for out 20 anniversary. Made reservations for dinner via open table. A confirmation came quickly through email, a text was received the morning of the reservation for confirmation, another text was received about an hour before as a reminder. Reservation process was exactly as expected. At the restaurant, we were seated right away (got there a little early). The waiter took the time to explain things on the menu and answered any questions we had. Throughout the night he was very attentive without being intrusive. We had appetizers, salad, entree, and desert, all courses were well timed in getting to the table and did not overlap each other. I had lamb chops and my wife had the filet, both were cooked to the correct temperature and both were superb. Ambience of the restaurant is excellant, not too dark that you can't see, view from any seat in the house is outstanding. Overall highly satisfied and impressed with this restaurant.
The best part of this dinner is the serv ...
The best part of this dinner is the service,. Our server was outstanding through the entire meal. His service was the brightest spot for our dining this evening. The food was good as usual. The noise level was higher than we used to when we dine at Eagle's Nest. One big negative was the chairs. The seat cushions were very worn out. My husband is tall (6'-2") but he commented that the seat was low. I am a lot shorter (5'-6"). I had to fold up my trench coat to supplement the worn out seat cushion and I still felt a little short for the table. I do hope that Eagle's Nest will get some new chairs or replace all seat cushions.
Everything was mostly great. And a great ...
Everything was mostly great. And a great view of the city. Food was really good too. Only negative was 9$ for a small ceaser Salad in a small show bowl. And the croutons where from a bag. On the menu it said duck fat brioche croutons.
Dinner and service was absolutely phenom ...
Dinner and service was absolutely phenomenal. Our waitress was amazing and very knowledgeable. People were constantly available for drink refills and to help keep our table clear. The view was spectacular, and made for a super romantic date.
Had diner at the Eagle Nest, the view i ...
Had diner at the Eagle Nest, the view is fantastic, the restaurant slowly turns so your able to see the entire city while enjoying your meal . The wine selection was ok, the food was very good, although some complained that the fish was a bit over cooked, the service was excellent!!! The main course menu was somewhat limited however it did have one or two choices for beef, fish, pork, lamb dish. I would definitely go back to this restaurant.
Definitely go for the atmosphere. The vi ...
Definitely go for the atmosphere. The views of the city from the Eagle's nest at night were incredible. The food was very good overall- we had crab cakes as an appetizer that were delicious- but only two small cakes for $18. My girlfriend had the crab crusted halibut- again, delicious, but my prime rib was fatty and undercooked for how I ordered it. The dessert menu was lacking, so we skipped dessert. Overall a very romantic experience.
Food was ok. Service sucked. I had the f ...
Food was ok. Service sucked. I had the filet and my wife had shrimp and grits. Coming from North Carolina the shrimp and grits weren't even in the same ballpark. Filet was good. For a bill in excess of $100 expected more. The view of the city was good.
Wonderful atmosphere with beautiful view ...
Wonderful atmosphere with beautiful views of the city of Indianapolis. Not a large menu but sufficient dinner options. I had the lamb chops and thought they were good but wished they were more seasoned. My husband had the shrimp & grits because the waiter said the chef was from the south. The shrimp was great but he was disappointed with the flavor of the grits.
Me and my wife went here for a pre-honey ...
Me and my wife went here for a pre-honeymoon dinner after just getting married. The food was good and the service was amazing and friendlyn answering every question we had with a smile. I would recommend everyone experience the restaurant once but not sure if we would go back, I feel you can get better food for the price at other places but the view was amazing, definitely a good experience.
We brought our granddaughter and her fia ...
We brought our granddaughter and her fiance to dinner for their engagement. We had a great table and everyone was very attentive. Our waitress, Renee, was excellent! The food was very good. We had a very relaxing dinner.
The atmosphere was the most impressive b ...
The atmosphere was the most impressive by far. Service was ok not great she seemed a little put off by things we asked her at times. Nothing we asked was unusual by any means either.
Food was ok a little bland needed more seasoning. Bread was amazing!!!
Delicious food, great service and beauti ...
Delicious food, great service and beautiful view. We went their for my 10 year anniversary and it was fantastic. My husband had the steak Diane and I had the filet. Both were cooked perfectly! Highly recommend and we'll be back again!
My family and I were disappointed in the ...
My family and I were disappointed in the menu selection .
I had the halibut and was personally disappointed.
I will say that the presentation was nice.
I could have had a better meal at Sullivans Steakhouse,for about the same price.
I'm sorry I won't be returning .
And I would not recommend The Nestle for dining.
Poor service, had to get up to ask for r ...
Poor service, had to get up to ask for refills, sat at a table that two chairs faced the wall not the window (whole reason to eat here is to see Indy skyline) asked to move two tables together they said no because they were reserved for parties of two (no one showed up the whole time)
The Filet tasted like Salzbury steak - not what I would expect at such a nice place.
This was not my first time going to The ...
This was not my first time going to The Eagle's Nest, but this is my first time placing a review. First off, the view is incredible, you get a bird's eye view of downtown Indianapolis. Our serve was Mya, and the service was excellent! well The server was knowledgeable and friendly. My boyfriend and I started with their Bison & Asiago meatballs which are to die for, I order this as an appetizer every time I go there. I was a little weary considering I have previously ordered this appetizer and love it. We each got the Herb Crusted Prime Rib (a signature entree of The Eagle's Nest) and it was cooked perfectly and tasted delicious. I have been to The Eagle's Nest a handful of times, but never have I been at night. The next time I go hopefully we can catch the sun set.
Great opportunity to see the Indianapoli ...
Great opportunity to see the Indianapolis skyline from this rotating rooftop restaurant. Attentive service. c Menu is relatively traditional but generally well executed.
House caesar salads ordinary. Prime rib was tasty. One disappointment was the Shrimp and Grits, which seemed to interpreted as a rice pilaf more than the expected creamy grits.
Overall setting was fantastic with a bea ...
Overall setting was fantastic with a beautiful view of the city on the rotating 20th floor. However, the food quality was horrific. I ordered their specialty item, Prime Rib, and it was extremely undercooked. After attempting to eat, I advised my waitress that it was not edible and requested a new plate. They refused to cook a new Prime Rib meat and decided to remove my toppings (vegetables) to re-cook the same slab of meat. Essentially, they just threw my undercooked Prime Rib in the oven to cook longer. Given the price of their food, I found this situation extremely unacceptable. At those prices, there is no justification for them re-cooking the same meal. Quality of food was a disgrace in comparison with the prices being charged.
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.
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