Oak Barrel of Eagle
Local owners, Kristina and Mark Anderson, maintain a scratch kitchen with a very talented culinary team to deliver fresh and mouth-watering cuisine. With a top-notch wine selection and hand-crafted cocktails, guests can enjoy the dining room or a more casual environment in the lounge. Open for lunch and dinner daily. Happy hour is daily from 3-6pm.
1065 E. Winding Creek Dr. 208.938.3010
Smoky Mountain Pizzeria Grill
Smoky Mountain Pizzeria Grill is a comfortable, casual, family restaurant located in downtown Eagle. Our extensive menu features unique pizzas & pastas, delicious salads, sandwiches,grilled steaks, hamburgers & more.There’s also a large kids’ menu, a game room and big screen TVs. Kids can even make their own pizzas!
127 E. State St. 208.939.0212
Le Coq d’Or
Serving traditional French and uropean cuisine, The restaurant combines freshly grown vegetables and Northwestern meats with specialty imported ingredients to reate dishes with genuine, passionate flavors. Located inside Chateau des Fleurs, Le Coq d’Or serves up delicious fine dining in a one-of-a-kind atmosphere.
176 S. Rosebud Lane 208.947.2844
Ahi Sushi Bar
Sushi in Eagle? For sure! Ahi Sushi Bar is a relaxing environment where you can take a client, a date, or even the whole family. Enjoy weekly specials, happy hours and a menu fit for even the finickiest of fish eaters! Ahi Sushi Bar also offers a wide assortment of sake and local wines.
1193 E. Winding Creek Dr. 208.938.3474
Rembrandts Downtown Eagle
Eagle full-service restaurant in an iconic location! Locally sourced foods, hand-crafted coffees, and a wine list to suit any palate, now serving breakfast and lunch. Be sure to try one of the breakfast goodies in the front pastry case. There is a small separate area at the back of the restaurant that is great for a small breakfast or lunch meeting.
93 S. Eagle Rd. 208.938.1564
Rice, a contemporary Asian cuisine restaurant, has a talent for fusing flavors from around the Far East creating a delicious menu of inspired dishes. Whether dining inside or on the beautiful outdoor patio, Rice has become a popular and trendy spot to enjoy Lunch Specials 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Daily Happy Hour 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
228 E. Eagle Plaza 208.939.2595
In the year 2000, history was made when Bardenay became the first restaurant in the United States to include an in-restaurant distillery. Now with a hip second location right upon the river in Eagle.Bardenay’s cocktails are handcrafted with their own distilled vodka, rum, gin and freshly squeezed citrus juices.
155 E. Riverside Dr. 208.938.5093
Porterhouse market is not only a great place to eat, but a great place to learn how to eat. Porterhouse was born out of necessity. Stop in for lunch and try one of their famous sandwiches and soups-made fresh to order-and check out the plethora of quality meats and seafood for sale as well. Open Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.
600 S. Rivershore Ln., Ste. 190 208.938.1441
Franck and Michele Bacquet have created the perfect bistro., with the likes of Edith Piaf or Django Reinhard playing in the background. Savor the best escargot in town while sipping on a glass of wine from the well-curated wine list. The French fare is delicious, and the large-portion seafood pasta is a favorite. Tip: Don’t ask Franck to cook your steak well-done!
1117 E Winding Creek Dr #150 208.577.6238
Coyne’s Restaurant & Bar
The trendy restaurant doubles in size with its great patio that is enclosed during the cold months, and boasts a huge fireplace. The food is eclectic and wonderful, with plenty of choices. If the menu looks overwhelming and you need a recommendation, try the Rotisserie Jamaican Jerk Chicken or the Butler’s Steak Risotto.
676 E. Riverside Dr. 208.609.5550
Crave Kitchen & Bar
Beautifully designed Crave Restaurant has a varied menu for all tastes. Its massive bar is home to fabulous hand-craftedcocktails as well as bottomless mimosas during Sunday brunch. Try the tuna tartare tower or the mushroom risotto along with the multi-cultural variety of entrée choices.
775 S. Rivershore Ln. 208.702.7283
Bodacious Pig Barbecue
Located at the intersection of Old State Street and Eagle Road, Bodacious Pig Barbecue brings together the experience of husband and wife restaurateurs Joel and Tricia Anderson to create a traditional meets contemporary barbecue experience in the heart of downtown Eagle.
34 E. State St. 208.514.0068
In the mood for some classic Italian food without any fuss? daVinci’s offers generously portioned meals at great prices, in a casual dining atmosphere with a unique local flair, set in a historic building right in the heart of downtown Eagle.
190 E. State St. 208.939.2500
The original since 1948, The Griddle serves up friendly diner style fare with a gourmet twist. Family owned and operated, this breakfast and lunch spot offers all the specialties you crave, including corn beef hash, biscuits and gravy and mom’s own special recipe for Quiche Lorraine.
177 Eagle River St. 208.939.9070
Wild West, Home of Mamma Italia
Wild West Eagle’s “first and friendliest” espresso café is known for its World Famous Sticky Buns, serving breakfast and lunch, including Caffe D’arte coffees, beer & wine. On Fridays and Saturdays, Wild West morphs into Momma Italia, an authentic Italian restaurant. Though everything is fabulous, the meat lasagna and Caesar’s salad are favorites.
83 E. State. 208.939.5677
The Stuffed Olive
Local owned, this restaurant has a rich history in the culinary industry from New York and LA. Be sure to start with a cup of their Creamy Fire Roasted Tomato Soup. This is promoted as their house specialty and once you taste the soup you’ll know why. The TNT sandwich is a beef tri-tip party in your mouth, and the Eggplant Portobello Baguette is equally as delicious.
404 S. Eagle Rd. 208.938.5185
JoVinos is a hybrid coffee/wine bar. The custom-crafted coffees, fresh and unique food items, and even a bottle of wine can be purchased at the drive-through. Don’t miss the interior, the patio, and the indoor/outdoor fireplace. Wine is sold by the glass or by the bottle, and for a modest corkage fee, you can enjoy your bottle of wine on the spot.
1044 S. Ancona Ave 208.391.8508
CACi Wood-Fired Sicilian Grill
The first thing you’ll notice about CACis is the alluring scent of whatever is being cooked on the wood-fired grill. The pizzas are a testament to what cooking on wood can do for the flavor of food. Don’t miss the pasta. It’s not unusual to find CJ, one of the owners, covered in flour as he makes linguini!
1592 E. Riverside Drive 208.392.5669