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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.
You might also like to consider our Private Dining Space for more intimate gatherings, business meetings and memorable celebrations. Events@thegranthouse.us for more information.
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
We were disappointed as we didn't realize that they don't serve breakfast any more on work days. We were primed for a very good breakfast and ended up with soup and sandwich. Even though the food was good, it was a let down. The service was fine. It was cold in the dining room as they had just opened and had had the front door standing open on a cold day. It took a while to warm up.
I had remembered the delightful breakfasts of the past and should have called to find out the menu rather than making an assumption. I need to find another breakfast place for weekdays.
Service was a bit sloppy. May have been busy and unprepared for the Valentines crowd. Unorganized crew brought out a random welcoming appetizer with no explanation only to be followed by another of the same by a different crew member. Told at one point that they were waiting on wine glasses because they didn't have any clean/ready to go at the time. For a 3 course $50/ person meal I expected high standards. They failed at that, but we will definitely go back because the location and views are 1 of a kind.
This was our first time here!
The Staff were very friendly
We had two Specialty handcrafted drinks they were delicious! Our food was extraordinary you could certainly tell that they took time preparing . We can’t wait to return! Going to tell all my Friends and Family what a Great Restaurant we found!
Thank you The Wilson’s
First time @ Grant House. You can see the history of the House. Convenient parking . Seated warmly & quickly.
Server extremely personable and attentive. Manager checked in too and a nice conversation followed.
Food distinctive artistic & tasty.
Will return to Grants House.
We went for lunch and to meet a long-time friend. My lunch was very average. My fish was overcooked, the cole slaw so full of mustard that I couldn't eat it; the fries were lack-luster.
My companions have the tomato soup/grilled cheese sandwich entree. They were very pleased with their lunches. Very positive comments about the bread used for their sandwiches. As we left we commented on another table's desserts. They were eating bread pudding and raved about their choice!
We were especially impressed by the attention given by the manager/owner. He stopped by our table to inquire about the food. We also discussed the dinner menu offerings which included small bites. The cheese/meat board looked great! All you needed to do is to add a glass of wine and you would be set for a great snack/light dinner.
We will be back to try out the new menu.
The ambiance and service were great. Unfortunately, the food is just ok and the menu, even for dinner at this restaurant, is limited. We enjoyed happy hour on the porch last summer but the food was just average. Portions were not large.
For brunch on this occasion, we shared the salmon hash and both of us had trouble finding the salmon. The dish had a good flavor, but where was the salmon? The French toast was delicious, but for the price one would anticipate something else on the plate, perhaps a bit of fruit. The grapefruit mimosa was a hit.
I desperately want this restaurant to be better than average as the setting is one I enjoy a lot. The porch or patio on a summer day is the best seat in Vancouver.
We went for New year's Eve dinner. The menu was a price fix four course dinner with recommended paired wines. We opted for a couple of adventurous martinis instead, which were very good. The food and service were excellent. They provided New year's hats and an atmosphere that was both festive and romantic without being over the top.
We had Christmas Eve Brunch at the Grant House. The place looked festive, and the menu was interesting and the food delicious. My son was visiting from San Diego, and while we were there snow fell as we watched it come down in the garden adjoining the restaurant. Staff were very knowledgable about the items and drinks offered. A very pleasant occasion.
We have visited the Grant House before for dinner and find it delicious, however, on Christmas Eve morning, it was not up to par. The food, though good, lacked, well, food. For the extraordinary prices for breakfast, I was underwhelmed. By adding some fruit or toast, we would have felt like it was complete -- instead of going out for very early lunch as we were still hungry. I will go again someday, but not for breakfast.
My husband and I had a great lunch! The smoked roast beef sandwich was delightful. I don't eat bread so I took it off and put my farm greens on the roast beef. So delish! My husband said his double decker burger was awesome and he got tons of fries! I ordered farm fresh greens and was given fries instead, but no problem. They brought me my greens and gave me the coffee for no charge. Had a lovely time. Thank you Elijah and Liz for the gift card!! We will be going back for brunch in the very near future! Thanks Grant House!
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.
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