Eagle House

    The Eagle House, one of the best restaurants in Williamsville, is open on many holidays during the year: Christmas Eve (all day), Thanksgiving Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Father’s Day, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day…always closed Christmas Day, Superbowl Sunday, Memorial Day Monday & Independence Day (July 4th)

    We serve prime rib on Saturday nights, Yankee pot roast all day on Sundays and Mondays, and fish fry served EVERY DAY of the week, lunch and dinner!

    Don’t just take our word for things, though. In February 2008, The Eagle House Restaurant was featured in the Bon Appetit New York Edition as one of “The Best Restaurants in America.” In July 2007, The Eagle House won the “Mayor’s Choice Award” at The Taste of Williamsville for our Chicken Salad made with apricot mayo


    We host “happy hour” every Monday through Friday from 4-6 pm, offering complimentary hors’deourves and special drink prices, as well as a full service patio to enjoy summer breezes and a cozy fireplace to warm you up on wintry days.

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