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About Lone Eagle Grille
After relaxing with our signature Lakeside Libations in the Great Room Lounge, sit down to a flavorful meal in the lakeview dining room prepared by chef de cuisine Shane Hammett. Lone Eagle Grille features all natural beef as well as elk, bison, king salmon, halibut and baramundi. We focus on locally sourced ingredients with a menu that changes with the seasons. A full vegetarian menu is available.
Incline Village, NV 89451
American, Wild Game, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday 11:30 - 3:00 Sunday
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday 5:30 - 9:00, Friday - Saturday 5:30- 10:00
Lounge: Sunday - Thursday:11:30 - 9:30pm Friday -Saturday: 11:30 - 10:30pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary valet parking is offered Friday through Sunday.
Lake Shore Blvd.
Private Party Facilities:
Groups of thirteen or more will be considered a large party and have to be on a set menu. Depending on the party
size, a buy-out of one of our two semi-private rooms or the restaurant in its entirety will be
available as an option with a food and beverage minimum.
Private Party Contact:
Madeline Mayoral : (775) 886-6899
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Lone Eagle Grille Ratings and Reviews
Beautiful spot, Menu overpriced, service inconsistent. Dined here with friends, food and wine were marked up 20% higher than they should be. Service, excellent at times, however disappeared for long periods of time, were not there when we wanted them to be. We either had three people at her table or no one checking on us for 20 minutes. One of our meals needed to be redone had to wait Seemed like forever can get anyones attention.
The Lone Eagle has always been our "go to" place for elegance, fine food and special occasions. Had we not scored an outside table because it had just rained and ran everyone else inside, the special occasion we were trying to celebrate would have been a total loss. The place has become a daycare center in the summer. The noise inside is intolerable and there are kids everywhere and discipline nowhere. $60 entree's and $100 bottles of wine should not be served next to a table where hot dogs and peanut butter and jelly are more the norm. Beach attire, flip flops and sand caked board shorts are an insult to a formerly elegant venue.
We'll not be back at least until school starts again. Christy Hill or Wolfdale's in Tahoe City may be a better choice for quiet or romantic special occasions.
Superb lakefront setting with exceptional food and service. Clearly a top restaurant at Lake Tahoe. Reservations essential if you want an outdoor table in summer, which provides a stunning view of the lake and mountains under a shaded awning. Delicious cuisine with many fine choices, and also a good wine list. Highly recommended. Especially convenient for a lovely lunch after a tour of the Thunderbird Lodge (George Whittell estate) on the East Shore of Lake Tahoe.
Well, the food was about 3.5 stars, not nearly as good as we were expecting given all that we had heard about this place. We went for lunch, party of six, and ordered five diferent lunch items. The steak was chewy, with pieces of gristle. The bread basket was pretty good, not great, but no complaints. The crab melt was good, but with the bread chosen, it seemed more like an appetizer than a lunch. Service was outstanding but they also were not busy. Ambiance is wonderful of course, but this foodie was a bit disappointed. If the lunch entrees cost $15 instead of $22-26 then I would rate it higher, but for those prices, we expect excellence.
Lovely spot on the lake. Been there many times and enjoyed the spot and food. Arrived as lunch was ending. but we were never rushed and the servers very attentive. We sent the French fries that accompanied the burger back as they were dry and hard, and got back dry and hard fries. Server inquired if the replacement were good but if the kitchen sent the poor server back out with equally bad fries, it was not worth the effort of an otherwise lovely meal. We had the chicken kale salad, bison and Angus burgers all very good accompanied by a great view location.
We were celebrating my Birthday and our son's Anniversary. The service and food was excellent. The guitar player ( wish I had asked his name) sang Happy birthday to me and a beautiful love song to my son and his wife. Thank you Lone Eagle Grill for making our special day excellent
We love the Lone Eagle Grill, although the expensive ala cart entrees leave something to be desired. The food is excellent, but for $54 maybe include some broccoli or potatoes. The view and restaurant are great, service is good, but friendlyness is hit or miss. We'll definitely be going back tho!
Not what we expected at all. We thought we would try someplace new for a romantic evening celebrating our anniversary. from the look of the restaurant we didn't expect it to be so loud and casual. But then again "grill" should have been a hint. The price range gave us the impression of somewhat fine dining but it felt more like I was at a cafe with so much noise around us. Besides that, the food and service was good. We enjoyed our complimentary dessert. That was a nice touch. I would go back for a different occasion because it is a nice scenery.
Unfortunately!! I had to send my Filet back 2x and the Chef messed them both up.. We were at Lone Eagle for our anniversary dinner and we're seated next to two 20 tops !!
Huge party ! Extremely noisy!!
The manager came by our table twice and apologized
But the dinner was a huge disappointment
So they get go credit of anything good from us ;-(
After a comical, if costly, start (the wine waiter insisted that the '64 Palmer we'd brought had no cork in it when he'd opened it, had no explanation for why the bottle had remained full all these years, and left us no choice other than to order off the wine list). Unwilling to disrupt the occasion by taking out my cellphone, I waited till meal's end and shined a light on the bottle and, lo and behold, floating on top was the nonexistent cork. "Somm" was long gone by then. Enjoyed my organic baby kale salad, as did my spouse a tasty, if somewhat curdled, tomato-red bell soup. Prices here for grilled, totally ungarnished meats are sky high; in the past I've enjoyed the elk, but this time I tried the bison tenderloin and found it, well, dull and, like beef filet, way to soft for my taste. The a la carte Yukon gold potatoes and the sauteed cauliflower were both decent. My better half did not jump up and down over the rib eye, from the long down-graded Niman Ranch herds. Our waiter, Roberto, remembered us from previous visits and was, as always, helpful and kind. Aside from the inhospitable attitude expressed by the menu and its composers--charging close to $60 for meat and not even throwing in a potato or vegetable--the other drawback to dining here for me is that one has to traverse the perimeter of the very drunk and loud lounge to reach the host stand, then shout to be heard over the din, before being seated in the far quieter and less raucous dining area. We have been dining here after the Tahoe Symphony, since it's close by and we can (barely) make it before the restaurant stops seating.
Always a favorite however just felt crowded in with tables this time. My chair was in the way of another table's server. I get it's summer so will probably change with the season. Our server was fantastic and brought us a couple free desserts. Will definitely be back!
We arrived and were warmly greeted!
got there early and had to wait till 11:30am to be seated. Sat outside and had a drink!
then we went and had lunch, had a 12noon reservation but good be seated earlier since we
got there earlier than expected!
Kevin was our waiter and was excellent...engaging, informative without being overbearing!
We were 3 girlfriends celebrating a friend's birthday!
Kevin's servie was outstanding....food was delicious and we were able to stay and visit and enjoy friendships as well as the view of the lake and creative dishes!
new waiters were friendly and attentive, but a little rough dropping bread and butter. Ambience is unmatched with beautiful views! Food was a little less stellar than the typical meal here - the salmon was fantastic but the salad was minimally flavorful unfortunately.
All of the various servers seemed truly interested in how we were enjoying ourselves, and anything else we might want. The unexpected elegant desert with two forks that arrived on our table after the meal (we had mentioned it was our anniversary) was particularly appreciated!!!
We have been coming to the Grille for years and only this time felt is has a hotel chain type vibe instead of what should be s 5 star establishment. The menu has not changed and really should offer more organic options and for the price. The guitarist singer that croons in the bar and outside should really stay outside as it's difficult to have conversation over his 70's playbook. Overall it was good however again at $350 for 2 adults and 2 kids it's expected to be top notch.
Only problem was the manager. We have been going here for years and bring our own wine and pay the corking fee. 16 of us showed up with 6 bottles and he confronted us in a very rude manner and told us only 2 bottles per table. We had one table of 16 and said we would pay $50 a bottle and he continued to be rude and obnoxious. The rest of the staff made up for his terrible attitude!
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