Lone Eagle Grille

★★★☆☆
  • 111 Country Club Dr

    Incline Village, NV 89451

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  • 775-886-6899

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We didn't eat here. We just had a few drinks because we wanted to watch the sunset and it was my friend's 35th birthday. All we had were 2 mojitos and a gimlet and we paid $35! A rip-off!

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★★☆☆☆

We didn't eat here. We just had a few drinks because we wanted to watch the sunset and it was my friend's 35th birthday. All we had were 2 mojitos and a gimlet and we paid $35! A rip-off!

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If you want a great lakeside restaurant with a great atmosphere, this is the place, as long as you are not looking for gourmet food. The food isn't bad, just not as great as the location. The wine list is nothing special and overpriced.

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If you want a great lakeside restaurant with a great atmosphere, this is the place, as long as you are not looking for gourmet food. The food isn't bad, just not as great as the location. The wine list is nothing special and overpriced.

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Love going to this restaurant. I absolutely love their pizza that they make. It is a relaxing and casual atmoshere to have an early dinner with some good friends.

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Love going to this restaurant. I absolutely love their pizza that they make. It is a relaxing and casual atmoshere to have an early dinner with some good friends.

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Overpriced dinner prices. $38 prime rib (salad extra) covered with a thin dark gravy instead of au jus, making it difficult to see the fat to cut away, insufficient horseradish. High ceilings and abundance of wood and stone make table conversation difficult. Being right on the edge of the lake, at this restaurant one presumably pays for the outstanding view; at night in the dark this is irrevelant.

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★★★☆☆

Overpriced dinner prices. $38 prime rib (salad extra) covered with a thin dark gravy instead of au jus, making it difficult to see the fat to cut away, insufficient horseradish. High ceilings and abundance of wood and stone make table conversation difficult. Being right on the edge of the lake, at this restaurant one presumably pays for the outstanding view; at night in the dark this is irrevelant.

Pros: outstanding view

Cons: overpriced

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"Location, location, location" is the adage at Lone Eagle Grille. The Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe's flagship restaurant takes full advantage of its prime lakefront setting to offer cuisine that's as inspiring as the view. Having undergone a…

 

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