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About The Grant House
Located in the historic Grant House on Officers Row in Vancouver, WA, Eatery at The Grant House offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day of the week. Owners Scott and Sarah Flury believe the expanded hours and locally-sourced menu will set Eatery at the Grant House apart from other restaurants that previously stood in this space.T he Grant House, tucked away on Officers Row in Vancouver’s Historic Reserve, is a favorite among local diners.
Whether you’re in the mood to relax with a glass of wine on our veranda, have a leisurely lunch on the garden patio, or join us for dinner, service from one of our caring staff members is always an exceptional experience.
Vancouver, WA 98661
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 10:00am
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 7:00am - 2:00pm
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
At Ease Hour: Monday - Friday: 3:00pm - 6:00pm In the bar or outside on the West Veranda
Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Fort Vancouver Way
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live Music Tuesday and Wednesday in the Bar from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
All of our menus are customized to the client. A catering menu is available, but only serves as an example of what we can provide. Please contact our Event Coordinator to have a menu created especially for you.
Parking is available in the lot directly across the street from The Grant House. Additional (including handicapped) parking is found on the access road directly behind the house.
Carl Henderson III
Private Party Facilities:
You can enjoy a private setting for parties as small as two people up to 35 in one room. If outdoors is an option for your function, then invite up to 200 people to join you!
Private Party Contact:
Melinda Hinkley: (360) 906-1101
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Grant House Ratings and Reviews
Very disappointing. We have had get to gethers for up to 12 people and always enjoyed it. This time our drinks were not refilled, seldom saw the waitress. Menu was VERY limited even though we had told them we wanted to eat lunch. We were told to be there prior to three as then it is only the Bar Menu.
We also told them we were all Vets and two of us showed ID. Discount given was for only the two and not even spouses!
Previous the waitress was super kind, said she also cooked. We just loved her. Discount was for all. In this case the get to gather cam from Kentucky and Tacoma.
I had ordered soup and Fish and Chips. Soup never came.
Dined with friends who joined my wife and I for a night out on our Anniversary. The pasta topped with grilled chicken breast was very good and a nice portion to fill you up. The steak bites were also good. Each couple had a full size salad to share with their partner. The restaurant has a policy not to split those salads for you, but they do provide an extra plate so you can do it. The dining room we were in was not real busy, so the noise level was minimal. Had it been full, I can see where it might be noisy due to high ceilings and wooden floors. The ambiance is good, with the historic character of the building. We will definitely return again.
This was our second visit to the Grant House and we weren't disappointed. Service and ambience are delightful. My entree was disappointing but our server quickly insisted on removing it from the bill. This is a charming old building and the restaurant makes the most of it. We will return again.
While the ambiance and service were very good, the food was not that great. Hence the overall two-star rating. I felt bad for the servers, who did an excellent job but were stuck serving dinners that were not that good. We will not be back, at least not for dinner.
Wonderful food and surroundings! I would recommend but for the tardiness in seating us (we had an Open Table reservation, arrived on time and were seated about 45 minutes later due to low staffing). Otherwise, really lovely, historic surroundings and a delicious brunch.
I just happened to attend this restaurant twice this weekend. The food was very good on both occasions. The waitresses on both occasions were excellent.
Two things I would like to recommend:
On Friday we ordered vodka tonics and another drink that our friend asked the waitress to have the bartender make. It was here the waitress said you didn't have a bartender at 2:00 pm on Fridays and she would have to make the drinks. Two drinks were made with club soda and a little vodka, instead od tonic water. The other drink was made with grapefruit juice and vodka, instead of cranberry juice and vodka. My husband picked up the tab and on the way home the people said how much they enjoyed the meal but said they would never order a drink there again.
Today we brought another couple there and the memosias were good, food very good. Waitress wonderful. I had made reservations and the receptionist said there were 5 couples ahead of us and they had also made reservations. I would recommend not taking so many reservations if people can't be seated. We thought maybe there wasn't enough waitresses as there were 3 empty tables inside. Just constructive criticism.
My friend and I had dinner there last weekend, and thoroughly enjoyed it. The salad and beef medallions were very good. We sat outside and enjoyed the garden. Our server, Paul, was a gem. The only negative was the cheesecake. It was flavorless and had a weird texture.
We took company there for breakfast today and sat inside the historic building. It was quite good as well.
It was such a pleasant experience. My friend from out of town absouletely loved it. The service was fantastic our server was very pleasant and super sweet. We had a lovely couple that are regulars sitting next to us gave us some great food recommendations. I will definitely be returning with friends and family very soon.
The service was extremely poor. Only two servers were expected to handle the dining room, sun room, porch and patio. Of course, the service was poor. The wait staff was overwhelmed and could not attend to the guests. My food was cold and didn't even want to complain. I just wanted to end an unpleasant experience.
We came for our 44th anniversary. Even though there were people waiting for a table, we didn't feel rushed with our meal. Staff was friendly, helpful. Plenty of seating outside for those that wanted it. We enjoyed eating inside the "house" and being encouraged to tour all the other rooms. Beautiful place to dine.
The menu's description of the food was MUCH better than what showed up. It was good... but for example, you boast a Reuben sandwich piled high with meat - you should probably put more than a thin layer of chewy pastrami (or corned beef). In our experience then environment made it!! Our server didn't seem that interested in us and the food was 'good' but I would give it another try because the atmosphere was awesome.
Hostice and waiter were very corgdal, and wait time was appropriate. They were short staff for whatever reason. Meals were five star prices so My expectations were very high, but were dashed when French frys were over done. The test was order the easiest to fix and evaluate if they got the basics right...failed. I am glad your brave enough to ask for a critique as you must want to improve.
I was very disappointed with our experience at the Grant House. I took my daughters and a friend here to celebrate the end of a unit on Fort Vancouver and we received such poor service. It took 15 minutes to even receive water or for our orders to be taken. There were two tables that remained uncleaned the entire time we were there. Not pleasant to look at other people's dirty dishes the whole time you are eating. After our food was finally brought to us our server did not check on us at all. Never filled our drinks or asked if we needed anything. It seemed more annoyance to the staff that we were there. The food was okay but certainly not worth the price and wait. Very frustrating.
This was our first visit to the Grant House, and we were very happy with the entire experience. Our server was friendly and knowledgeable, and the other staff we met were also very nice and welcoming. The food was exceptional. We loved enjoyed hearing the history of the building and people who had lived there before. After dinner we took a long walk down Officer's Row, which was very pleasant. We inquired about outdoor seating after the weather turns cooler, and were told that heaters would be outside so that people could enjoy the patios even then. We'll definitely return. We loved it!
Service is slow. Wish waitstaff would check on guests more frequently. Why did I have to wait fifteen minutes to be told that something we had ordered was not available? When I made the reservation I noted on the online form that it was a birthday celebration and we wanted a table on the veranda but no one at the restaurant had bothered to note either of these facts. The flowers I ordered were there but the hostess had to be asked about them. Understand there is new management and getting up and running smoothly takes time but overall the evening was less than expected.
We ordered steak medallions and mushrooms, and they were luxurious, but way, way too rich for our stomachs and systems.We ate very little at the restaurant and none at all after we took it home. We haven't given up on Grant House--yet, but if the next dinner, whether chicken or shrimp and pasta, is a swamped with rich sauces that will be our last try.
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