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Eagle Grill and Oyster Bar




Name: Ted Task
Occupation: Wine Educator
Lives In: West Palm Beach
Restaurant Pick: Eagle Grill and Oyster Bar
Reviewed: Eagle Grill and Oyster Bar


Absolute recommend it. It’s not just superlative Crab Cakes (we came from Maryland and know good crab cakes). Monday “Steak Night”; Tuesday is Crab Cakes with $3 discount; and Wednesday they offer a rack of Danish Baby Back ribs for $11. They always have a large variety of oysters and clams available, along with big bowls of mussels and lots of other fresh fish. During season (especially on Tuesday night) parking can be difficult even in a large (shared) lot. The restaurant is very popular in the neighborhood, judging by the conversations around the large bar. They pour a good drink at fair prices.

Name: Ashley Satterfield
Occupation: Environmental Scientist
Lives In: Palm Beach
Restaurant Pick: Saffron
Reviewed: Eagle Grill and Oyster Bar


If you are looking for a fancy dining experience, this isn’t it. We are particularly fond of “dives” but this one was more of a dive than we were expecting. We were a little suspect as we pulled into the parking lot. It’s in a very small strip mall, which no other notable businesses, so I have passed by it a hundred times and never noticed it. The interior is shabby at best, and just down right grimy in certain other areas. The bathrooms were kind of gross and to get to one of them, you had to go down the hallway that passed by the kitchen and dry storage, neither of which were sparkling clean. The place was mostly empty at the beginning of their 2pm happy hour, so we sat ourselves at a bar high top table as there was no hostess on duty. Logan, our server, was efficient and friendly, providing us information on happy hour specials and what the current raw bar offerings were, and took our drink order. Since they didn’t offer any local or craft beers, we settled on a couple of Budweiser bottles and got comfortable to watch the Dolphins play on one of the many televisions. During this time, the manager was wandering around the restaurant, seemingly getting it ready for the night and more patrons were streaming in to watch football. We decided on a Half Dozen Oysters and Ten Wings for appetizers. As a child of the South Carolina Low Country, I consider myself a bit of an expert on raw bars and this one was perfectly adequate. It wasn’t outstanding quality, but everything was fresh. Their Gulf Oysters were small, but flavorful, which is the best you can hope for in the offseason. The wings we ordered came in a hot honey and garlic sauce and they were perfectly cooked and sauced. After so much food for appetizers, my boyfriend and I decided to split a burger and get a pound of Crab Legs to share. We probably waited a half hour or more between finishing our appetizers before we had the chance to order.

Name: Lanecia Radcliff
Occupation: Adoption Homefinder
Lives In: North Lauderdale
Restaurant Pick: Las Fajitas
Reviewed: Eagle Grill and Oyster Bar


The restaurant is pretty basic on the outside and is located in a strip mall. It was hard to find parking because there were a lot of people there. We found parking and we went into the restaurant and there were a few people ahead of us, and we put our names on the list. I heard the manager state that between 6pm and 7:30pm it gets pretty crowded. The ambience and atmosphere was laid back, and you knew people were there for the food and not the décor. The service was good, and the hostess and manager apologized for the long wait, which was about 20 minutes. Our waitress was good but forgot to refill our drinks, but to her credit it was pretty busy. She did come and check on us periodically. The Crab Cake was definitely the best I have ever had. If I am going to cheat on my vegan/vegetarian diet with seafood it would be at this restaurant.

Restaurant Information

Location: 4636 Jog Rd. Greenacres 
Parking: Yes throughout the plaza
Phone: 561-964-0900
Restaurant Owners: Peter and Sandy Buggeln
Executive Chef: Erik Dorney and Chris Horak 
Pastry Chef: N/A

Type of Cuisine: American and Seafood
Signature Dishes: Crab Cake, Gumbo, Ribs, Oysters
Vegetarian Options: Not many
Alcohol Served: yes
Corkage Fee: $8
Bottle Limit: N/A

Restaurant Hours: 
Monday –11 AM – 9 PM 
Tuesday – 11 AM – 9 PM 
Wednesday –11 AM – 9 PM 
Thursday – 11 AM – 9 PM 
Friday – 11 AM – 10 PM 
Saturday – 11 AM – 10 PM 
Sunday – noon to 9 PM

Meals Served: Lunch, Dinner
Prix Fix Menu: N/A
Take-Out: yes
Delivery: No
Average Dinner Price Range (per person, full meal, tax, 18% gratuity, w/o alcohol): $12-25
Average Lunch Price Range (per person, full meal, tax, 18% gratuity, w/o alcohol): $7.50-18
Payment Options: do you accept credit cards and if so, which ones? Yes, all major
Accept Reservations: Yes, for 5 or more people.
Need Reservations: Usually
How far in advance do you require reservations be made: 1 to 3 days

Accommodations for Children: Limited not very child friendly
Dining Style: Casual table service
Disabled Access: yes
Restaurant Size: 160 seats
Accommodate Groups: Max 10
Private Dining Room: No
Tables with Scenic Views: no
Outdoor Dining: No
Entertainment: Just the bar crowd