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The Eatery at the Grant House

Located in the historic Grant House on Officers Row in Vancouver, WA, Eatery at The Grant House offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day of the week. Owners Scott and Sarah Flury believe the expanded hours and locally-sourced menu will set Eatery at the Grant House apart from other restaurants that previously stood in this space.

Chef Carl Henderson III The Eatery at the Grant House

Your food is prepared by Chef

Carl Henderson III

Born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, chef Carl Henderson III relocated to the Pacific Northwest at thirteen years old and studied culinary arts throughout high school. To further his education, he attended Northwest Culinary Institute and graduated at the top of his class.

Henderson worked at various restaurants throughout Vancouver, Portland and Seattle before eventually coming to the Eatery at the Grant House.

Since his promotion to Executive Chef, Henderson has been bringing his culinary artistry and vision to the house for the last several years. He lives by the rules of “simple food done to its best” and loves comfort food and Korean cuisine.

Membership Has Its Privileges

As a member of the Ulysses Club, you’ll have right of first refusal for any of our meeting rooms the rental is free! This is a great opportunity to entertain in style at one of the most historic venues in the Pacific Northwest.

There are also wine lockers available to rent so you can bring in your wine whenever you want and avoid the corkage fee. Of course, all rooms and wine lockers are also available to non-members for a fee.
Contact us to learn about Membership


The main focus of Officer’s Row, the Grant House was first built in 1849 as the residence of the commanding officer.

Event Rental

We have event space available. Whether you are planning a business meeting, small business lunch, or a wedding we can take care of you.

Clark County's Finest

Come experience Fort Vancouver’s hidden gem with your friends and family! Let us treat you to a dining getaway nestled deep in the history books right above the Columbia River.