The Eagle Tavern has proudly served the community for hundreds of years. Todays Eagle Tavern & Taproom brings together a chef-driven menu, paying homage to its European roots, as well as contemporary culinary influences. The first floor features a spacious bar, as well as a warm and inviting dining room and porch. The second floor Taproom has a clean and comfortable, modern bar and cocktail lounge, perfect for sports enthusiasts and fans of live music. We invite you to be our guest and experience the difference at the new Eagle Tavern & Taproom.
The Eagle Tavern & Taproom offers several unique and comfortable spaces for private events. Hosting events from birthdays to celebratory showers, our culinary team can craft a menu that is both delicious and approachable. With the ability to accommodate up to 60 guests, the Eagle Tavern & Taproom is the perfect place to host your next event. For more information email [email protected]
Meet The Team
The Eagle Tavern and Taproom is run by Executive Chef Owen Kolva and General Manager Chip Nye. Chef Owen has been classically trained at the Culinary Institute of America at Hyde Park New York and has worked in some of the finest restaurants in Chester County. General Manager Chip Nye has been with the Eagle Tavern for 35 years and is a familiar face around Chester County.
Although the stone in front of the building reads 1859, the first liquor license was granted on August 17, 1727. The petition was signed by 26 citizens, most of whom were Uwchland residents. Prominent citizens grathered at the Eagle, a popular spot, because it was built on the fork of two main roads and near a church. The location on the original license says, “Half way between Chester and Conestoga on the King’s Road”.
After the tavern was established, it encouraged growth of a village called Eagle. The mailing address was Uwchland 19480, but as time changes all good things, we now have a Chester Springs, 19425 address.