Eagle Street Grille

★★★★★
Although shadowed by Xcel's outdoor Jumbotron, this classy bar is not interested in being another ESPN drinking hole.
  • 174 7th St W

    Saint Paul, MN 55102

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  • 651-225-1382

About Eagle Street Grille

Hours
Mon-Wed 11am-1am Thu-Sat 11am-2am Sun 9am-1am

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We returned to the Eagle Street Grille for the third and (very likely) last time last night. While our previous experiences were good, things have changed...

While we cannot be certain, it would appear the Grille has expanded in size

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★★★★★

We returned to the Eagle Street Grille for the third and (very likely) last time last night. While our previous experiences were good, things have changed...

While we cannot be certain, it would appear the Grille has expanded in size

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My wife and I wanted to try Eagle Street Grille, so she found an on-line coupon and we decided to try this as a new spot. What a disappointment!
Our food took over an hour from the time we ordered it. We sat within sight of the kitchen, so

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★★★★★

My wife and I wanted to try Eagle Street Grille, so she found an on-line coupon and we decided to try this as a new spot. What a disappointment!
Our food took over an hour from the time we ordered it. We sat within sight of the kitchen, so

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I have never dined at your establishment, and I now know that I never will... I am outraged that you are supporting Emmer's view that Minnesota cut down the minimum wage for tipped employees. These people work real hard for their money,

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★★★★★

I have never dined at your establishment, and I now know that I never will... I am outraged that you are supporting Emmer's view that Minnesota cut down the minimum wage for tipped employees. These people work real hard for their money,

Pros: don't know

Cons: Lack of support towards employees

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Great place to stop for drinks and food. They have a patio out back as well. It is busy around events at the Xcel, but regardless is nice atmosphere and has good food.

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★★★★☆

Great place to stop for drinks and food. They have a patio out back as well. It is busy around events at the Xcel, but regardless is nice atmosphere and has good food.

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My friends and I went here for St. Patrick's Day and everything seemed fine. It was 7 of us, 4 stayed sober and 3 had a few drinks. Our waitress sat down and talked with us and also told my friends she would get them free shots. Minutes later she brought 4 shots to the table. We took two of the shots and she kept two for herself. We even talked about how great she was and that we should leave her a big tip at the end. However, at the end of the night she brings the bill and charges us for 6 shots totaling $45. It's not ridiculous that we questioned the bill because she said that she could "swing some free drinks." She quickly became very defensive and rude. She takes off, and came back to swear at us. Shortly after that a "manager" comes over and is immediately rude and says with a horrible attitude "so you're the table that won't pay for their drinks." Might I add we offered to pay for the two shots that we took. We just didn't want to pay for the 2 shots she took or repay for two of the shots (maybe she would have remembered that two of the shots were already paid for if she wasn't intoxicated). Again, not a ridiculous request. Then crazy waitress comes back, swears at us some more, and calls me a "f*cking Asian b*tch." Excuse me, but what does my being Asian have anything to do with the situation? Nothing. The comment was out of line. My friend told her not to talk to me that way. She then gets in his face and taunts him to strike her. He of course did not, she struck him in the face, and leaves the restaurant. This is assault. I don't care that it was a woman hitting a man. It's wrong and you especially don't do that to a customer. You know the situation is pretty bad when the bouncer comes over to our table with a handful of beer and apologizes- the bouncer not the manager- ZERO management came to apologize and take responsibility. This happened in a 30 minute time frame so they had plenty of time. Not only that but a witness came up and told us that if we needed someone to defend us, they would be willing. I'm guessing this situation would not have escalated to this point had our waitress not been drunk/crazy or both. Yes, it's the service industry and drinking goes on, but if your employees become unprofessional, emotional, and violent they should probably reevaluate their policies. BOTTOM LINE, AN EXTREMELY UNPROFESSIONAL ESTABLISHMENT THAT DOES NOT DESERVE BUSINESS UNTIL THEY TRAIN THEIR EMPLOYEES HOW TO TREAT A CUSTOMER!

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My friends and I went here for St. Patrick's Day and everything seemed fine. It was 7 of us, 4 stayed sober and 3 had a few drinks. Our waitress sat down and talked with us and also told my friends she would get them free shots. Minutes later she brought 4 shots to the table. We took two of the shots and she kept two for herself. We even talked about how great she was and that we should leave her a big tip at the end. However, at the end of the night she brings the bill and charges us for 6 shots totaling $45. It's not ridiculous that we questioned the bill because she said that she could "swing some free drinks." She quickly became very defensive and rude. She takes off, and came back to swear at us. Shortly after that a "manager" comes over and is immediately rude and says with a horrible attitude "so you're the table that won't pay for their drinks." Might I add we offered to pay for the two shots that we took. We just didn't want to pay for the 2 shots she took or repay for two of the shots (maybe she would have remembered that two of the shots were already paid for if she wasn't intoxicated). Again, not a ridiculous request. Then crazy waitress comes back, swears at us some more, and calls me a "f*cking Asian b*tch." Excuse me, but what does my being Asian have anything to do with the situation? Nothing. The comment was out of line. My friend told her not to talk to me that way. She then gets in his face and taunts him to strike her. He of course did not, she struck him in the face, and leaves the restaurant. This is assault. I don't care that it was a woman hitting a man. It's wrong and you especially don't do that to a customer. You know the situation is pretty bad when the bouncer comes over to our table with a handful of beer and apologizes- the bouncer not the manager- ZERO management came to apologize and take responsibility. This happened in a 30 minute time frame so they had plenty of time. Not only that but a witness came up and told us that if we needed someone to defend us, they would be willing. I'm guessing this situation would not have escalated to this point had our waitress not been drunk/crazy or both. Yes, it's the service industry and drinking goes on, but if your employees become unprofessional, emotional, and violent they should probably reevaluate their policies. BOTTOM LINE, AN EXTREMELY UNPROFESSIONAL ESTABLISHMENT THAT DOES NOT DESERVE BUSINESS UNTIL THEY TRAIN THEIR EMPLOYEES HOW TO TREAT A CUSTOMER!

Pros: Example: best croissants in town

Cons: crazy drunk waitress, crazy "manager", assault, etc.

 

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