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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:
Daily 8:00 am–3:00 pm
At Ease Hour
Mon–Fri 3:00 pm–6:00 pm
Daily 5:00 pm–8:00 pm
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.
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
I've went to the Grant House a couple times last summer, when there was outdoors seating. The menu, execution and service was GREAT. I thought it would be fun to try a holiday dinner with friends. The food was great, but the service was really pretty uneven. The waiter was nice, but was the only one there (a helper came later after our meals were served). Cocktails and even drinking water took 10-15 minutes to arrive. I don't know why the service was a problem. There were not more than 5-6 tables occupied; it seems that maybe there was another event earlier, because they were out of glasses and some things that seem pretty basic.
It was not an inexpensive dinner -- and the food was good. But the service was just not right. Maybe they should be closed on Mondays? I think I'll stick with lunch....
I plan to give this restaurant another chance because I think they were having an off night. We arrived a short time after a very large party which may have affected the wait time and the food arriving lukewarm. It's a beautiful space and I suspect the experience is usually better.
We chose the Grant House for a Saturday Brunch with friends. The house is very neat and filled with historic charm. Unfortunately the meal did not live up to the setting. The portions were so small for the price. $11 for two pieces of French toast. $6 for three tiny pieces off bacon. My wife's quiche and salad were equally small and over priced. We actually left there and went and had sushi.
We tried to come here one summer night and showed up right when they were getting ready to close. There were lots of people still eating and some who had just sat down. We were hoping to just have a drink but were told the bartender wasn't able to provide us with good service at the time so we couldn't stay. That sounds like a cop out for "we want to get out on time." The fact that we even came back again is a miracle.
Fell short on expectations. Despite not being busy and having reservations we still had to wait for a table.
We did have a nice table overlooking the patio. Our mussels appetizer was decent and with a good flavor but about 20% of the mussels were closed.
The kale salad was very small but tasty, would have liked a bigger portion for $8.
My friends osso bucco was awful. He said there was no flavor and it was seriously lacking seasoning. The greens on the side were drowned in liquid and garlic.
My salmon was ok but for $27 I was expecting something better.
Will not be back.
The food was ok, below value for the cost. The service was very good, but the cost was high for what you got. Also the French toast came drenched in syrup which made it impossible to eat, saggy and to sweet. We were told that we had to ask for it on the side if we wanted it that way.
Food was burnt and under cooked. What a disappointment. For $125.00 I expected much more. Do not eat here, you will be disappointed. The manager offered for me and my girlfriend to come back, on the house and I refused. That is how bad this place is. The staff even noticed how burnt the food was burnt. This place sucks. I would not take a goat to eat at this place.
We went for brunch & decided on breakfast items. I ordered over easy eggs & bacon. I made a point to specify to our waitress that the egg yokes MUST be runny. When she brought our plates it was beyond obvious both egg yokes were hard!! I sent them back and now had to wait while my wife began eating so her food would not cool. The waitress brought my breakfast a second time and the egg yokes were half hard! I wanted to eat with my wife, so I accepted them. What is the matter with the waitress and cook staff that a simple request for runny egg yokes cannot be carried out (even the second time)?? I, as an amateur, could have prepared those eggs properly. We thought the food offerings were over-priced and combined with a complete lack of fulfilling a simple food preparation request leads us to not return for breakfast or brunch. Possibly we will try Happy Hour.
I met for breakfast a cousin I hadn't seen for a year or two. The staff were very sensitive to our need to catch up before turning our attention to the menu. The wait staff described excellently the dish my cousin was interested in. We both cleaned our plates so her food must have been as delicious as mine!
We were there for my husbands birthday. We did mention to our server, but she didn't really care. We were there for about one and half hours, our server only show up three times. It was a pity that the place and food were actually good, but lack of good service!!
We visit the Grant House for dinner occasionally to hear our favorite musician - guitarist Doug Smith. He generally plays either in the bar area or on the outside porch in the summer. I learned that even though one can make a reservation for the restaurant, these areas are first come first served. So if you're coming to a Tuesday evening music event, come early.... reservations do not apply to these areas. The food is great and it's a cool historic house.
This was my first time eating at the Grant house. I was a little disappointed because the breakfast menu was changed that day. If I had know I would have opted for lunch. I spoke with someone at the restaurant, looked online, and also menu board in front of restaurant and a change was not noted. The food was good just I had looked forward to the chicken and waffles or cornflake French toast. A bother customer came in for biscuits and gravy. I had the avocado spread on toasted bread topped with a poached egg. The slabbed bacon was really good. If I make it back I would opt to try lunch, and hope my choices will still be available
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.
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