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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, trout 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: Sunday - Saturday 11:30 - 3:00
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday 5:30 - 9:00, Friday - Saturday 5:30- 10:00
Lounge: Sunday - Thursday: 11am - 10pm Friday -Saturday: 11am - 11pm
$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, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Lone Eagle Grille Ratings and Reviews
Have been to the restaurant many times . Have a home there ... the lamb was great ... appetizer and sides were wonderful ... however our fish dishs were terrible ... so salty we could not eat them ... we did inform our server to let the line and prep know ... it was unservable ...
Bison Steak was great, Lamb Chop was a little overcooked, $23 for a kids meal that doesn't include kids drinks was outrageous. Service was just ok; $250 for two adults and two kids, I expected perfection and this just wasn't worth the money. Views and ambiance were great but that's about it.
We loved our experience at Lone Eagle. The ambiance was amazing. This is a must have dining while in Tahoe. It wont disappoint. We had pre-dinner drinks by the huge fire and then dinner of short ribs which were tender, juicy and perfect in every way, lobster (great price), sides of mac and cheese (very good), au gratin potatoes (had a different taste and we did not like), bread basket is awesome touch! We were too full for the Baked Tahoe but it looked amazing. Very romantic, cozy, scenic place to have eats!
No specials on a Friday night during ski season? Great ambiance, with a table right in front of the fireplace. Waited 10 minutes for service which was annoying and then no specials on the menu, same choices as our first night two years ago. Steak was done to my liking. Wine list was limited but on an iPad. Your best bet for fine dining in Tahoe but that isn’t saying much.
We arrived on time but waited at least 30 minutes before we were served to our table. The sommelier accused us using fake ID. Ironically we brought our wines which means we didn’t have to come to the restaurant to use a fake ID to drink our own wine. The food was not memorable but rather pricey.
The host manager Madeline was very friendly and helpful. She offered complimentary appetizers to compensate for our long wait. Our server Agnes was very nice.
The food was well prepared, sommelier was knowledgeable, waitress made good suggestions and the service outstanding. Unfortunately there were two very loud tables next to ours and it was hard to have a conversation with occupants of our table. Outstanding location on the lake.
As usual our food was good but the service lackluster.
We split a Caesar salad & scallops to start, with a glass of Miner Chardonnay each. I wouldn't recommend the salad but we liked the scallops, the wine went nicely with both dishes. I had the New York and my husband had the filet mignon, and we shared the mac & cheese. We brought a bottle of wine from a winery I worked at in Sonoma. It was my husband's birthday so we were given a complimentary chocolate mousse something for dessert that was amazing.
Our server was friendly but only present when we ordered and the check came. The somm (dude) was ok, but kinda awkward and didn't have much to say about the Miner chard or the wine we brought in. He also looked out of place in the blue shirt compared to the black everyone else was wearing. Our back waiter was the kindest and most attentive of them all.
We are locals and they don't do anything for those that own a home in incline so that's disappointing. Unfortunately, they can get away with not caring about locals' business so much since they have a monopoly on fine dining and are almost always busy. For $300/2 people I do have high expectations for both service and food.
I've taken my husband here for his bday for the last 4 years. I take the time to make reservation well in advance (1 - 2 months) and request a fireplace seating. Every time upon arrival, table Is not available - even after telling the hostess we will wait - 1/2 hour later we had to ask the hostess how much longer for are table. At that point they tried to seat us in front of the kitchen (no ambiance)! inc
Way overprice ( paid $46 for a 6oz filet-just filet)!
We are incredible disapointed & we will not return.
The Lone Eagle is probably the best overall restaurant in Incline Village. Of course there isn't much competition! Reliably good, but not very intimate because of its size. Very efficient wait staff and service. My only knock would be the cost, as it is a typical hotel restaurant with overall higher pricing . At least $100+pp if you go the full route. Definitely need a reservation. $35 corkage if you BYOB.
The seared sea scallops were excellent and the best by far in flavor compared with many restaurants we had before. However. the cauliflowers weren’t good in taste and the presentation wasn’t up to standard in my opinion. They did an excellent job on the service and super friendly. We also loved the kid-friendly environment since we have a child with us.
Our waiter seemed very short, irritated and didn’t offer any help wth the menu or anything. It was my husbands birthday and our first time there. We spent 250 on a meal and I felt like we were an inconvenience. Not how I envisioned our first time there since we have heard so many great things. The food was excellent and by far better than most restaurants but Not sure if we will be back and we live in Nevada so we are not far away. Very disappointed.
Beautiful setting for a meal. My wife had a Crab melt and I a Burger. Crab melt was delicious but the burger was overcooked and tasteless. I really only had 3 bites and was done. I had expected more for a $28 burger. The service was adequate and the servers polite.
A group of us decided to have our NYE dinner at the lone eagle. Breathtaking view, the service was excellent, and the food was in point. My girlfriend is a real foodie and very picky as well as a vegetarian and they had some very nice options for her. The ambience is the best it gets in tahoe; lake front view, mountain style large fire places and the woodwork makes you feel like your in a cozy cabin.
The bar is always fun sores ski and they also have live music. I highly recommend asbit never disappoints. Make reservations way in advance though, it’s always full.
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