I love this place and it’s 1800’s charm. They have been around for almost two centuries, since 1827. I’ve had both lunch and dinner here and never been disappointed. The atmosphere is casual and comfortable but someplace you could go to a little dressed up as well. When I worked nearby, we would go regularly for their homemade chicken pot pie. They also have really nice patio seating during the summer months.
I also had my wedding reception here which went fantastically (the marriage, not so much). The facilities do not accommodate very large parties but was perfectly intimate for my reception of 50-ish. My (now ex) and I also went back for a delicious anniversary dinner the following year.
The only thing to note is, that because of the age of the building, the upstairs is not wheel-chair accessible. There is no elevator or handicap bathroom stalls in the upstairs banquet area.
Service and food are both top notch. The stuffed banana peppers and the banana pepper chicken are my favorites but everything on the menu is worth the price for quality and quantity.
We had a company Christmas Party in Dec 2013. We could not have asked for better assistance in planning the event. The Eagle House accomodated all of our requests, service was great and the food outstanding. We have all voted to go back for next year’s party!
The restaurant has a beautiful and very inviting and large bar area with great drinks and service. The dining experience is very comfortable and cozy with numerous areas that appear to provide intimate and casual privacy plus unique seating arrangements that vary based on whatever you desire. The entire menu provides for delicious food with great attentive service. Great patio dining during warm months.
Loved our experience at The Eagle House and we will definitely be back! From the greeting at the front door.. Taking our table request with no problem, to our server who was beyond efficient and had a sense of humor that made our experience great! We all ordered a bunch of apps to share, all were fantastic.. My fave is the coconut shrimp. My entree was to die for as well, it was a salmon special they were offering with a teriyaki sauce. After dinner we headed to the bar for a nightcap and the bartender made the end of our night great! We will definitely return and I recommend this place highly. Can’t wait to check out their patio in the summer.. We have heard great things about it!
My birthday came on a very snowy and cold day (as it does most years). So instead of going out of town for dinner and an overnight we came to The Eagle House. We could not have had better service or food. The waiter suggested the chicken pot pie and it was wonderful. We sat next to the fireplace and enjoyed every minute. I suggest to Jess K in her remarks that she look up the history of The Eagle House. The decor is one which I have always enjoyed as it was once a stage coach inn for people coming to grind their wheat at “the mill”. It was then called Williams’s Mill thus our name of “Williamsville”. While working it was one of my first choices to bring clients to for lunch. Nothing hilarious about the wallpaper — it is much in tune with it’s history.
Always a pleasant experience, from the greeting at the door, to the staff (everybody knows your name) and the chef, is beyond his time for creativity, Always a twist to the menu that makes the experience such that you can order salmon and the seasoning will be a creative adventure. The mac and cheese, a variety of extras. The sides, an experience of variety, flavor mix and match that will be having you setting a date for your next experience. But don’t forget the old stand-bys. The French onion soup is a treat; always tempted to get the usual, but easy to get variety with a twist. Must visit.