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The Eagle Brook Saloon brings a look of the wild west—and delicious food—to a family-friendly setting.

The Eagle Brook was founded by John and Charlet McTernan in September 1981. 

Co-owners with the McTernan's at the beginning were Dave Kelly, Richard Dinozzi and Russ Francis, “ all world” tight end for the New England Patriots. All resided in Wrentham at the time.  Since then, Kelly, Dinozzi and Francis sold their interest in the restaurant to McTernan's sister and brother-in-law, Ellen and Chuck Horne of Wrentham.

While Francis was a co-owner, the Eagle Brook was a hangout for Patriots players and coaches. And that tradition has not changed, as the restaurant remains a hangout for members of the area's professional football team.

In the winter of 1994, hockey had top billing at the Eagle Brook when Wrentham's Garth Snow was a goalie on the U.S. Olympic hockey team in Lillehammer, Norway. The saloon received national exposure when CBS did a live remote from the Olympics to the Eagle Brook.

Convenient to Gillette Stadium/Patriot Place in Foxboro, Mass., and the Wrentham Outlets, the Eagle Brook Saloon delivers an all-around great informal dining experience with a look that you won't find in too many places in this neck of the woods.