RESTAURANT & PROVISIONS MARKET
DINE WITH US
We are Open for Indoor
& Outdoor Dining
Wednesday - Sunday
11am to 8pm
Tools & ingredients used
in-house by our own chefs, available to take home for your own cooking experience.
We Still Offer
Carryout To-Go Orders
Wednesday - Sunday
5pm to 8pm
INTIMATE, FAMILY-OWNED RESTAURANT OVERLOOKING EVERGREEN LAKE
The Lincoln Family Welcomes You To Willow Creek!
As A Small, Family Owned Restaurant, We Are Proud To Call Evergreen Colorado
Our Home. We Thank All Of Our Supporters Over The Last 12 Years...
Who Would Have Ever Guessed A Pandemic Was Going To Be Our Reality?
If You Can't Come To The Restaurant, Let Us Come To You...
We hope you will continue to place your trust in us by allowing us to bring our same delicious recipes into your pantry via our Provisions Market. Or perhaps hot takeout or prepared meals from our ToGo menu. We even have beer, wine, spirits, cocktails & gifts available to purchase online.
29029 Upper Bear Creek Rd, Evergreen, CO 80439
Tel: (303) 674-9463
Sunday: 11AM-3:00PM, 5PM - 8PM
Wednesday: 11:30AM-3:00PM, 5PM - 830PM
Thursday: 11:30AM-3:00PM, 5PM - 8PM
Friday: 11:30AM-3:00PM, 5PM - 830PM
Saturday: 11AM-3:00PM, 5PM - 830PM
PROVISIONS MARKET HOURS:
Open at all times during main
From The Lincoln Family...
It is with the greatest of heart break that I must tell everyone that January 9th, we lost our youngest son….For nearly 2 years, Aidan has quietly been suffering from nocturnal seizures. Even getting a diagnosis or a neurologist to see him has been beyond trying. The seizures became more frequent this summer, so much so that he began to dislocate his shoulder every time he had one (he only had them when he was asleep). Dislocation was the tell tale sign that he had suffered from another seizure, he would wake up and have to go to the ER to have his shoulder put back in. Unless he was with us at home or with others, he would have no no idea they were happening unless the shoulder popped out. Neurologists, ER visits, multiple anti seizure drugs…. To no avail, they continued. This week, we were in the process of creating a schedule that allowed him to attend college remotely. Sunday, he drove to Gunnison so he could attend a meeting with his school counselor on what would have been his first day of classes, today 1/9/23, just 2 days after his 20th birthday. He was adamant that he did not want to quit school and was willing to do whatever it took to stay on track. As a family, we agreed to honor his wishes, thinking the remote schooling would give us the opportunity to seek the best medical treatments and he could still attend school remotely… we all felt a little peace of mind.
Aidan died in his sleep sometime early Monday morning, likely from a seizure. Autopsy pending. Needless to say, we are devastated. I don’t know how to live life without him in it…he was our sunshine. I wanted everyone to hear it from us. If you knew him, you loved him the way that we did. He was a magical person… a leader…kind, funny, silly at times, but loyal, fearless, fierce, loving….his short life is a tragedy.