About Lone Eagle Grille
Incline Village, NV 89451
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.
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:
Veronica Garcia: 7758866899
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Lone Eagle Grille Wine Maker Dinners....Call 775.886.6899 for information and reservations.
Lone Eagle Grille Ratings and Reviews
Most beautiful location on the lake, you ...
Most beautiful location on the lake, you go first for the view, and the food is quite good. Recommend the smaller plates to make up a meal, relax and enjoy the setting. We have now been for 4 meals there, and always make sure to reserve a table during our visit to Incline.
I'm on vacation in North Lake Tahoe. A f ...
I'm on vacation in North Lake Tahoe. A friend told me the Lone Eagle Grille is not to be missed.... The place is absolutely fantastic!
Three years ago I drove across the country from the East Coast to the West Coast and went to the highest rated steakhouses in the US. And I must say the New York strip with Foie Gras top was the best New York strip I've ever had in my life! Our server, Michael, was an excellent representative of this wonderful place... and as I am typing this my lady just returned from the restroom and I just looked over my shoulder as Michael quickly ran up and pulled her chair out. I not only give this restaurant and the cuisine five stars... I give Michael five stars as well!! thank you Lone Eagle Grille for making our vacation extra special!
We booked our reservation for Christmas ...
We booked our reservation for Christmas dinner and were never informed that it was a buffet style meal with a charge of $80 per adult and $35 for a child. There was gratuity figured into our meal and after all was said and done a meal for 2 adults and 2 small children was $280.00. This is outrageous. It would of been nice to know that this was the level of meal that we would be served at the time of booking, or even when we had a confirmation call to secure our reservation. We had eaten at the restaurant prior to this and had a wonderful meal that was reasonably priced.
Tahoe is always a beautiful venue and th ...
Tahoe is always a beautiful venue and the sunset Christmas Day was beautiful. Some of the food was very good but buffet style always leaves a lot to be desired when it comes to the temperature of the food. Our hostess was uninterested in us as diners however. When we sat down she asked if we wanted something from the bar but didn't bring us the specialty cocktail menu. She finally brought it with a list of bottles of wines selected specifically for the fare, but disappeared and didn't tell us they have an extensive wine list by the glass (we had to ask a bus boy). The bus boy was much more attentive to us and went and got the wine list. Being that it was a buffet and the wait staff didn't have to do much, a 20% added gratuity was way over board for their inattentiveness. Also, the menu on the website listed the buffet at $75/person but when I got the bill, it was $80/person. Our hostess was like a disappearing act.
Lovely Christmas Eve dinner - very busy ...
Lovely Christmas Eve dinner - very busy evening and even running on generator most of evening due to local power outage and we never felt rushed - server/service was excellent. the menu has not changed much in a couple of years with the exception of the side dishes. We ordered salmon with a dungeness crab salad - preparation was interesting and delicious and salmon cooked to perfection (especially notable on such a busy night). Barrimundi was also ordered - again a lovely presentation with root vegetables and cooked perfectly. Wagyu flat iron was other selection. Preparation with green onion was a bit disappointing but again cooked perfectly to order.
Starters included delicious mushroom puree soup, beet root salad with goat cheese and caesar salad - all were fresh and flavorful. Side of shredded brussel sprouts with a touch of fish sauce was nice change from many brussel sprout sides on menus.
Great setting, good bar and live music. ...
Great setting, good bar and live music. Food in dining room was very expensive and not good. The turf and surf was $70 for a small filet and a 2.5" small lobster tail. The beet salat had too much vinegar and the roasted chicken was very dry and tough.
The building is very nice, classic Tahoe ...
The building is very nice, classic Tahoe with a magnificent rock fireplace. However the menu is tired, food is sometimes served cold, this used to be a top notch place to go. Unfortunately the Grille is not improving with age. Who serves Barramundi in Tahoe, what happened to local fresh.
We had our department Christmas lunch. ...
We had our department Christmas lunch. We had 8 at huge roundtable in middle of room. Felt very awkward. Food was just ok, nothing special and twice as much as other restaurants in area. Menu pretends to be high end. I do not mind paying $30/head for lunch but it better be fantastic and it just wasn't. Servers were great. View was fantastic.
We return to The Eagle once or twice a y ...
We return to The Eagle once or twice a year visiting lake Taho.
The ambiance is lovely the service and food superb. The only set back is the extreme noise level. So much so that you could not hear the singer who was using a small microphone even when he was standing close. When the crowd is smaller noise level is much more tolerable.
My wife and I have been to Lone Eagle se ...
My wife and I have been to Lone Eagle several times (this last weekend for our 28th anniversary). Always a great vibe. Our dinner was excellent. We started with the Foie Gras and Mussels, then we had the Buffalo Filet and the Bolognese. The Foie Gras was not inexpensive ($24) but generous and seared. A great combination of salty and sweet. Well worth the price. The mussels were superb -- tender and an extremely generous portion -- with ground fennel sausage (never had that before) and a light butter, wine and tomato broth. I wanted to take shots of the broth! The filet could be easily cut with a fork. However, the service, especially Max, made the evening. Overall, while the prices are resort high, the quality and ambience largely support this -- at least that has been our experience. Keep it up!
The noise level was very high, but our w ...
The noise level was very high, but our waitress was great. This would be a better spot for lunch as the view is probably amazing. Food was good. They accommodated our request for a special table and treated us to a lovely dessert for our special occasion .
Went here for dinner and the ambiance wa ...
Went here for dinner and the ambiance was really nice. Felt warm and cozy with all the fireplaces going. The food was excellent, I got the 6oz filet and it was cooked perfectly, it had 2 sauces on it and one was good and the other (the green one) was not very good but it was easy to push aside. My husband got the pork chop and said it was amazing although it was very small he could have eaten two. I wasn't crazy about the scalloped cheese potatoes they were a bit crunchy and not enough flavor so I would try something else next time. In all it was a great experience and we will be going back if we are in town again.
They have incredible sides and great ste ...
They have incredible sides and great steaks. Our kids particularly love their mashed potatoes. Beautiful view of the lake before dark plus the beach provides a good place to burn off some steam for kids before or during dinner.
I was not really impressed this time. We ...
I was not really impressed this time. We specifically made the trip here for our guests and regarded it as my favorite restaurant in Tahoe due to the location, ambience, and food quality.
Service was slow, even though we had 2 waiters serving the table, recommended fresh mussel was really not fresh.
Chef did a good job as steak flavor was good and cooked to expected doneness of medium rare but the quality of meat taste like "choice". It was dry and hard to cut through.
The best dish we had this time is the king salmon and the baked tahoe desert.
We had to ask several times to have the blind closed so we can have our eyes open while eating instead of being blinded by the sun.
When we brought up the mussels questionable freshness, we did not get any response from the server.
We had to wait a long time to get the cheque and also equally as long to wave our server to come get the cheque processed.
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