The Fraternal Order of Eagles lounge. Open to the public for drinks and dining.
Our usual dinner gang headed into the EP to enjoy some Canada Day food. We were not disappointed. The while place was new and clean, including the w/c. Service was terrific throughout the meal and we really felt pampered. We had a variety of dishes, including the daily pasta special, 2 kinds of fish and chips, and bangers and mash. All the food was tasty, and the price was very cheap. The beer was quite pricey though, but members get 10% off, and you can join the club for 65 bucks a year. Might be worth it for the regulars.
All in all a decent experience, and one I plan to repeat soon.
I hadnt been into this venue for years after having a horrible meal, but returned recently as a guest at a banquet function. I was only there for my friends and anticipated the food to suck! But I was blown off my foodie feet by a FEAST fit for even the biggest north shore food snobs:) From a delicious prime rib carving station , to a perfectly done seafood pasta dish, chicken and so many side dishes i cant even remember them all AND desserts....oh the desserts:) There were young chefs/servers in all their finery standing behind buffet tables serving us , they were professional and very friendly. There was a head chef organizing and clearing and i was very impressed by it all as were the people who held the event at the Eagles club Banquet hall.
Yes, i have gone back to their pub and tried again! The food here is delicious and im so glad to have made it back to give the Eagles club a HUGE thumbs up.
The North Shore Culinary School partnered up with the Eagles back in June 2014 and the change has made all the difference in the world!
Definitely would organize and have a fully catered event here and will visit the pub for the great food and awesome drink prices....and their bartenders are super friendly too! The decor....not so much but hey, you cant always have it all.
The eagles pub opened recently and we decided to try it out for lunch. The place is quite nice inside and has the feel of a British pub as for the menu it was quite standard for pub food. We both were interested in something called a "scotch" pie and asked the server about it, she told us it was "good" but recommended the fish and chips or steak sandwich. We should have listened to her recommendation! The Pies came served with mushy peas and fries and as soon as we got them it was quite apparent that they were nothing more than packaged frozen pies most likely from Costco. The mushy peas were also pre made frozen style. Both the pies and peas were horrible! I guess we could say the fries were pretty good but did not make up for the dreadful mains (Having good fries is about as special as having good napkins). All in all our experience at the Eagles Pub was a bit of a let down and I don't think we will be back soon. If you decide to give it a shot don't order the Scotch pies unless you are a fan of airplane/hospital/prison food!
Last week I attended a fundraiser in the banquet room at the Eagles to raise money for a family friend fighting cancer. As the organizers are members if the eagles the eagles agreed to give 10% of the bar sales to the fundraiser. Now one week later they will not give the funds to the cause. If this is how the eagles are going to act I will no longer be supporting this business.
This difficult to find pub has ambiance, a good free pool table, free shuffleboard, a few HD TV's and an adjacent Friday night cabaret. I tried the hamburger. As with many places these guys need to find a good bakery and get buns that make their burgers worth coming back to. They put the pay-per-view hockey in the cabaret which is a lousy rec-room type of place for a hockey game. Better they use the pun TV's.