Eagle's Nest - Hyatt Regency Indianapolis
1 South Capitol Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46204Neighborhood:
AmericanPrice: $31 to $50
Eagle's Nest - Hyatt Regency Indianapolis
- Dining Style: Casual Elegant
- Website: http://www.indianapolis.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels/entertainment/index.jsp
- Phone: (317) 616-6170
- Hours of Operation:
Dinner is served from 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM daily.
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: American, Contemporary American
- Executive Chef: David Barrett
- Dress Code: Business Casual
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking Restaurant, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
- Private Party Facilities: To book large parties please contact us by phone or email.
- Private Party Contact: Letasia Johnson 3176166170x
- Entertainment: The lounge is open 7 days a week for drinks, appetizers, soups, salads, and desserts.
- Special Events: 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!
- Cross Street: Maryland
- Parking: Valet
- Parking Details: 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.
A word from 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.Continued
For the enjoyment of all our guests, The Eagles Nest Restaurant has a preferred dress code of Business Casual.
For the enjoyment of all our guests, The Eagles Nest Restaurant has a preferred dress code of Business Casual.
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Awards voted by OpenTable diners
- Diners' Choice WinnerBest Ambiance
- Diners' Choice WinnerRomantic
- Diners' Choice WinnerScenic View
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Eagle's Nest - Hyatt Regency Indianapolis reviews from OpenTable diners
204 reviews since July 30, 2014
- Ambiance4.6Noise LevelModerate
scenic view (183)special occasion (169)romantic (155)fit for foodies (31)notable wine list (25)late-night find (22)good for groups (17)neighborhood gem (14)hot spot (10)great for brunch (8)great for lunch (5)kid-friendly (5)great for outdoor dining (2)vibrant bar scene (2)Show More
- The prime ribKaitlyn13Dined on 11/22/2014I ordered a 12 oz Prime Rib and I was not happy with the steak. With half of it being fat I would not recommend it because the actual meat people eat should not cost as much as it was, for very little meat. I was very tempted to complain to the manager but my boyfriend and I were celebrating his birthday and I did not want to bring any negativity to the table, literally. The steak was very disappointing.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- GreatSanaDined on 11/17/2014I love their food the view from top I just love everything about eagles nest restaurant.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Game Day DinnerfirsttimedinerVIPDined on 11/16/2014We booked at TEN for dinner before a night home Colts game. The restaurant was probably more energetic than normal, but most places are before a home game. It was snowing, so the views of downtown were a little "foggier" than normal. It was still a beautiful way to see Indy at night! We were pleasantly surprised with the quality and taste of our food. The rolls were to die for! I had a filet and my husband had the Prime Rib. Both were delicious. My only complaint was that the chairs we sat in (table by the windows) were really saggy on the bottoms. I'm on the shorter side, so that put the table just below my chest height. It was awkward, but it didn't stop us from having a great dinner and an enjoyable experience.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- parisilliniDined on 11/16/2014Service and food was great initially, except at the end when we ordered desert and coffee it took 20-25 minutes to get then we had to wait on our bill after that.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Novel ideaPatsfanDined on 11/15/2014The view was great and the atmosphere was relaxed. For the price we paid for the meal it was satisfactory. Try the elk, my husband said it was great.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Why can't the taste match the view?EasyToPleaseDined on 11/14/2014My wife and I go the Eagle's Nest when we want a very special dinner date, which is about once or twice a year. I am always ambivalent about the food, and this past Friday was no exception - bland, bland, bland. I know it's Indiana ... but is it a crime to have any spice? Meat with little flavor is not elegant. If the food had spark and matched the excitement of the view, the Eagle's Nest would be rocking, but it's not. We asked three times for them to turn up the heat and it finally happened 10 minutes before we left. The service team is hospitable and wants to help, but the way the place is managed, it seems their best is one step behind. The restaurant reminds me of someone who is smart, can accomplish a lot, but just has no drive or aspiration.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Amazing!Summ356Dined on 11/14/2014I can not express enough how wonderful this restaurant is! I took my boyfriend here for his 21st birthday because I had heard great things. The view was amazing of Indianapolis! I recommend going at a later time because the lights on all of the buildings are beautiful at night. The food was AMAZING! I ordered the Tofu Spaghetti and it was absolutely delicious. My boyfriend ordered the prime rib and he was in shock. He said it was the best steak he had ever had. The service was extremely quick and the waitor was very professional. Yes, this place can be pricey, but so worth it! Honestly, not as expensive as I thought it was going to be! We will definitely be back!!!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Wonderful anniversary dinner!SunsetAnniversaryDinnerDined on 11/9/2014My wife and I spent our first anniversary here and we love it. I expected to leave not being full, but the waiter recommended the prime rib which was available in 16oz. I got that and was barely able to finish it. The prime rib really is one of the best prime ribs you can find in Indianapolis. I had also read some reviews saying that you're mostly paying for the view but the food truly was excellent for us as well. Great staff from what we can tell. We ended up leaving with a bill of about $80/person after tip. But the experience was well worth it. TIME YOUR DINNER WITH THE SUNSET! It's worth it!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Happy overallBombDined on 11/8/2014Honestly this was the first time I had been out to a nice place in a while AND it spins 😊 the food and everyone there was super nice and it was relaxing I enjoyed the time I spent there!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- enjoyed!VVVVDined on 11/8/2014Enjoyed our dinner there. Took my husband for his birthday. Dinner and service were great. The view of the city is awesome. Nice romantic spot.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- OpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 11/8/2014We had our 6 year anniversary at your restaurant this past Saturday. the wait staff and employees were outstanding. As for the food we were not as impressed, we had the rack of elk which i must stay was very delicious, however the steaks salads and soups that we had while they were cooked correctly i personally feel that I could get at any much cheaper restaurant.Special Features:
- Great View...& Great Foodotfoodie2Dined on 11/5/2014Dining at Eagle's Nest was wonderful--great view, wonderful (and attentive) service, and really good food (I had the filet).Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great environmentSeedboyDined on 11/4/2014Prime rib was excellent. Halibut was out is the world good.Special Features:
- Great spot for a special occassionmtravisdDined on 11/2/2014My fiancé and I got engaged here! Wonderful food, view, and especially service that was always appropriate and considerate.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Sunday nightpgybnkDined on 11/2/2014Had to ask for bread . Had to ask for the salad that I ordered. It took 45 minutes to get our dinners.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- priced for the viewSunsetViewDined on 11/2/2014Overall the best thing about the Eagles nest was of course the view as the restaurant rotated over Indy. The food was extremely pricey with minimal options. For two people with one alcoholic beverage each we rang up $152 bill. But out of everything we ordered we would only order my wine and the brushetta style appetizer again. The rack of lamb was more rare than anything else, and the Halibut had such a strong flavor it was hard to eat more than a third of the dish. The lobster soup was ok but at $11 a cup rather pricey. And I would recommend skipping the tangerine creme bruelee, very bland. Our server Joseph was attentive and nice. His female assistant however looked like she had just rolled out of bed, odd for a place with a dress code.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- OpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 11/1/2014Very nice view provides a romantic, special occasion dining experience. Prime rib is very good.Special Features:
- Very good but...OpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 11/1/2014The staff is very polite, however can be incredibly slow! We had to ask them to rush desert because it took 45 minutes to get our food once we sat down. Ambience is nice!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent view, service, foodhappywifeDined on 11/1/2014My husband and I celebrated out 25th anniversary at the Eagles Nest. I recommend going at sunset, the view was beautiful. We were seated right away, and the wait staff was excellent at making sure our water was refilled, silverware was changed between courses and the food was brought out in a timely manner. The waitress was very knowledgeable about the wine list. The food was perfect from the appetizers to dessert! The Eagles Nest is a perfect choice to celebrate a special occasion or to just enjoy a special night out in Indianapolis.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- You are paying for the viewTschussleDined on 11/1/2014The food is pretty good: my husband had the prime rib, with a big baked potato, and (by our standards) overcooked asparagus. He said it was the most flavorful baked potato he had ever eaten. The seared lamb rib eye with mashed potatoes and ragout of peas, asparagus, and lamb demi looked and tasted good, but it was really more of a show piece than a dinner serving, and I needed a beet salad (also tasty) to fill up. The wine was fine but overpriced: $10 for what amounted to half a glass. The view is unique, and the server was both solicitous and knowledgeable. But next time we will probably stick to dessert, which we hear is excellent.Special Features:
- Go for the viewwineguy1964Dined on 10/26/2014The view & the experience are more what you are paying for than the food. Though the food was very good the quality was more in line with Cooper's Hawk & its prices vs. the $40-$50 a plate we paid for our meal. My wife enjoyed her surf & turf which consisted of a 7 oz filet mignon & tempera shrimp in a chipotle aioli. I had the elk. Both were cooked to order as requested. If prices were about $8-$10 less per plate I think they would be right on food wise. The view of downtown Indy especially at sunset was fantastic. The service was fantastic as well. The wine list carries about a 300-350% mark up so be prepared for that if you are getting drinks. My wife's hard cider was $6.50 as well for a cider that is $9 for a 4 pack at the grocery.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great stop for a romantic nightOutwithmysweetie13Dined on 10/25/2014Can not commend this place enough. It had been 20+ yrs since I last visited and it was fantastic all the way around. The food was fantastic, the wine was excellent, the service could not be beat, the view was breathtaking. If you want a nice night with your sweetie, this is the place to go. You pay for all of the luxuries, but they are well worth it. Even talked to the front desk downstairs and they were able to arrange a carrage ride to cap off our meal. Perfect end to a perfect day.Special Features:
- Very special eveningIndyGirl1984Dined on 10/25/2014Dined with my two teenaged sons and my 80 year-old mom. We had a wonderful time. Staff was attentive, but made sure that we understood they had no intention of rushing us out the door. We enjoyed the beauty of the complete circuit. Watched the sun set and could see the "jumbotron" in Lucas Oil. Crabcakes were to die for and the prime rib very nice. My mom enjoyed her Ceasar Salad - dressing done just right...not "over-dressed".Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Eagle's NestOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 10/24/2014What a wonderful experience! It has been 30 years since I have been there and it was as wonderful as I remembered. The food was outstanding, the ambiance was perfect, the view (wonderful sunset) gorgeous and our waiter was superb. The one thing that surprised me was that, for a Friday evening, they were not busy. What a shame that people do not take advantage of such a wonderful place to dine and relax in a tremendous atmosphere, not to mention, the view of one of the most beautiful cities in the country. I can't wait to go back!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- OpenTable Diner Since 2007Dined on 10/24/2014We chose this Eagles Nest as our friends were staying at Hyatt for a conference. They had traveled from the West Coast and were weary. I was disappointed in the quality of my food which was salmon. My husband enjoyed his scallops. For the cost I felt the preparation and food should have been exceptional.Special Features:
- great food and view, bad serviceRickyFishDined on 10/21/2014I came with my fiancee as a celebration for the engagement. The restaurant knew this, and I had flowers delivered for our table. The table was great, the view spectacular, and the flowers were there as ordered, but that's about where the night fell apart. The restaurant did not appear to be very busy that night, with open tables all around, but getting service was absurdly difficult. We had salad, then dinner, and no dessert, and were there from 7 until 9:45! Almost 3 hours for 2 people, and we were definitely not being too slow ourselves. We planned on seeing a movie after dinner but missed it due to the enormous wait times. For what it's worth, the food was good, but it's a fancy restaurant; you expect that.Special Features:
- Great food & viewHungryHappyDined on 10/21/2014We hadn't ever been here. Lovely view of the city and the Prime rib was fabulous!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Let downAdequateDined on 10/19/2014Our Eagles Nest experience was o.k. Anti-climatic would best describe our anticipated dinner. A moderate to big let down of our expectation. The service was good, but stiff.... to formal, not comfortable. The lemon aid was weak, lacked flavor and the prime rib was about 35-40 fat. Baked potato was average, and asparagus of pencil thin. Wife enjoyed her wine, and halibut.Special Features:
- What a veiw!!!lyndilou2usDined on 10/18/2014What a wonderful way to spend our 26th wedding anniversary. The food was awesome (and great prices), the service was impeccable and the view was breath taking. We will definitely be returning! Thank you for an anniversary to remember!!!Special Features:
- Cozy seating, beautiful city viewsmarcanthonyDined on 10/17/2014The Eagles Nest was our last stop on a fun Indy family night out. We ate dinner at another restaurant, took a carriage ride and then enjoyed dessert at the Eagles Nest. The booth for four was very comfortable with pillows for lounging as we talked and enjoyed the night overview if the city. The service was fairly attentive. We enjoyed of the desserts: the chocolate caramel cake and the peach cobbler. The cake was moist and rich, and while the taste of caramel was not noticeable, the almond ganache was unique and delicious. The peach cobbler was an enjoyable mix of crust, soft peaches, mixed berries and vanilla ice cream. Nothing unusual, just good cobbler.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- ExcellentitssogoodDined on 10/13/2014I love the relaxed feel of this place – like a comfortable dining room in a friends home. I definitely would return to try more dishes. The potato-leek soup was amazing and the Bibb lettuce salad was refreshing. The table was split on the monkfish – one person thought it was great, but another felt that the tastes didn't quite mesh. Everyone loved the flat iron steak. Service was well-timed and friendly, wines were affordable.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Nice romantic spot, pricey though.BaldEagleDined on 10/12/2014Me and the lady went for our anniversary. Service was good. Was Sunday night so not a lot of people there. Food is overpriced but was good. Pretty neat place to eat for a special occasion.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- FANTASTIC!!cincishellyDined on 10/11/2014Everything was FANTASTIC! We were seated almost immediately upon arrival and our server Garen was excellent. He was attentive but not over-bearing and didn’t get “put out” when we asked him for something. The food was beyond great! I had the prime rib which was cooked to perfection & my husband could not stop raving about his salmon, lemon risotto & mixed vegetables.The Goat Cheese Crostini appetizer was to die for! The view was spectacular. It was a clear 60 degree night and the sun was just setting. Very romantic! This was truly a great experience and we will surely visit again.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great AnniversarytravelingdivaDined on 10/11/2014Our server Renee was a gem and made us feel very special and at ease. We normally do not do high end dining, but wanted to try something special for our 10th anniversary. It was just that. View was awesome even for me who hates heights. meal was delicious. It was a great treat for us.Special Features:
- not what I expectedpickapartDined on 10/10/2014I thought the service was great. The food was okay. If you are famous for prime rib I have had better. It was a little chewy. The view was nice but the rotating was restaurant was a little herky jerky. The chairs were very uncomfortable plus not a good height for the table. I have been in other rotating restaurants this is not my favorite. Need to improve seats. A little pricey for what you get.Special Features:
- Wonderful!ERNurseDined on 10/7/2014Quite possibly the best prime rib I have ever had. Will definitely eat there again before I leave.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Awesome!dinemaster21Dined on 10/5/2014Took my girlfriend here for her birthday and it was unbelievable. All of the staff were very friendly and the view was fabulous.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Amazing!stephDined on 10/5/2014Breath taking view of the city and amazing food! The service was great as well! Will definitely go back in the future!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good, but overpriced.diningdanDined on 10/3/2014Overall, I enjoyed my experience at the Eagle's Nest. The food was very good, but I felt it was overpriced. My wife and I had appetizers; she had the goat cheese and tomato bruschetta (excellent), and I had the brie with cherries (bruschetta style) which was also excellent. These were around $10-$12, so pretty reasonable. Then the entrees came out. The lamb steak that I ordered was maybe 4 oz., but at $42, I expected a little more. There was nothing noted regarding size of portions. Sure, there was some polenta-textured mashed potatoes and asparagus with it, which were all very good, but still I left feeling cheated. My wife had the 7oz filet mignon for $38, and she feels that it was a very good steak, but still it was overpriced by $6-$8.Special Features:
- Sub par food. U pay for the view .Emily626bradyDined on 10/2/2014The specialty ... The prime rib.... Was at least 45% fat. My husband wasn't pleased at all ( I took him there for his birthday).... My halibut was good, not spectacular . Crab cake app... 2 tiny crab cakes ... Def not the best I've had. The French vanilla cheesecake tasted like store bought freezer aisle cake . Best part was the service and the view . I basically paid for okay food and the view. I'd be really upset if I didn't have the restaurant.com savings coupon I bought in the spring.Special Features: