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In April 2009, Willowcreek Grill opened its second location in Eagle, and they were greeted with open arms and great reviews. The Eagle Willowcreek Grill flaunts rea- sonable prices and a laid back atmosphere; but it’s the Willowcreek Lounge that of- fers perfect entertainment for cold nights. With their full bar and outstanding list of Northwest wines, the Willowcreek Lounge in Eagle is the perfect place to obtain a warm glow. For the early evenings, Wednesday nights offer a solo artist who plays from 7-9 p.m.


Friday nights, let the live music of one of Treasure Valley’s finest artists wash over you. Saturday nights you can find a DJ or when the folks at Willowcreek want to mix it up a big, another live band heats the place up. Music on the weekends start at 9 p.m. and goes until midnight. 1065 E. Winding Creek Drive, Eagle, 208-938-3010.


Everybody wants to be Italian. And you can be, too, at daVinci’s. Located in a his- toric bank building, some say that daVin- ci’s is a waiting room for great food. The crowd that gathers is just a testament to the wonderful New York style Italian menu served at daVinci’s. With warm, friendly service, it’s the perfect place to


settle in for a soothing nightly special and freshly baked Tuscan bread. Don’t forget to partake of an “oh, my” dessert. But think about this: What if you could be Ital- ian and get in on some free music and wine? Well then, Thursday nights at daVinci’s won’t disappoint. daVinci’s offers live much and free wine tasting from 5:30- 7:30 p.m. Grab a few friends and beat the cold in this comfy place while you share a bottle of wine and salute! 190 E. State Street, Eagle, 208-939-2500.


Tucked away amid a commercial develop- ment and across the street from a crowd of townhouses is family operated and run Seasons Bistro. With exceptionally well prepared and presented dishes, the service provided by Seasons Bistro is consistently exceptional. The food isn’t the only enter- taining diversion at Seasons. Every Satur- day night, find live music starting at 6:30 p.m. Cozy up with a top-notch glass of wine or a hot bowl of chicken and andou- ille gumbo. 1117 E. Winding Creek Road, Suite 150, Eagle, 208-939-6680.


Winter doesn’t have to force us into Snug- gies and early bed times. Bundle up and head out to partake in some of Eagle’s nightlife. Whether it’s a mix of coffee and jazz or wine tasting and a live band, you can’t go wrong.


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