The Eagle Food and Beer Hall Cincinnati, Guide & Review
The sound of blues music and the smell of fried chicken welcome you to The Eagle Food and Beer Hall. There is a loyal following for their fried chicken made from scratch, other Southern comfort food options, and a long list of beers. The space is comfortable and cozy, with long tables and booths inside the hall decorated with wooden furnishings. The bar is u-shaped and has stools around it for sitting. There’s an outdoor patio to enjoy the weather as well.
The restaurant bar offers an excellent value for money in terms of food and drinks. Their portion sizes are great, whether it is starters like pickled vegetables, their artichoke dip, or their sandwiches, which you will need to share. Something or the other will attract you even if you are not a chicken fan. They have vegetarian options on the menu as well. They have 16 taps that offer you local and national beers and are mighty fine at mixing up a mean cocktail. The bourbon punch has a mix of Old Forester, ginger liqueur, cranberry, and white grape juices and a housemade sour mix.
The room seats 150 people and has high ceilings and a mezzanine floor to host bigger parties. The place looks like a barn that has received a lot of love. There is a brick wall on one side with a huge eagle mural. The high windows let a lot of natural light in. Reclaimed wood is used all around the place.