• Lone Eagle Grille

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Upscale lakefront bar and restaurant at the Hyatt Hotel. Has a separate vegetarian menu that includes vegan dishes.

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2 Reviews

First Review by DmarieC


Points +258

18 Jul 2022

The food is good - but your have to remind them what vegan is.

There is one vegetarian main - grilled tofu - that you can ask to swap out the mash for roast potatoes. It’s pretty awesome. The green beans are great too, if they have them. Apart from that, nothing else is vegan. If you ask for the salads to be vegan you end up with a $20 plate of lettuce. Don’t bother. Our waiter, Billie, comped us some sorbet for desert. It was home made and delish.

Updated from previous review on 2022-07-17

Pros: The food tastes awesome, Great views of the lake - ask for a window table, Lovely staff

Cons: Few vegan options and you have to ask



Points +179

27 Sep 2020

Great location and servers. Food could be better.

It's true that drinks cost a lot at the Lone Eagle, but the meals are reasonably priced. The servers, especially Billy, are very knowledgeable about which dishes can be made vegan. Plus you have many people waiting on you and the service is impeccable. I do not recommend the veganized Mushroom Penne Rigate. It would have had some taste with a red sauce and Spicy Italian Beyond Sausages. Easy fix. My family did enjoy the fish and chips and we all enjoyed the Fried Shishito Peppers, Sautéed Haricots Verts and the Roasted Cremini Mushrooms (veganized) side dishes. I would probably order those next time although I have high hopes that they will offer a fancy vegan version of their Beyond Burger as they do at Oliver's in Santa Barbara. I will return and I appreciate their willingness to accommodate all diets.

Pros: Beautiful setting on the beach, Servers are knowledgeable about vegan diets, Tasty but expensive drinks

Cons: The vegtarian menu is not very easily veganized, The vegan options are bland

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