If boyfriends were bars...




If boyfriends were bars, mine would be ZOLA.

Grown up, but still fun,
Attractive, yet not stuck up.
Very caring (substainable building)
Creative (recycled works of art)
Cooks for me (remarkably good bar food)
Sings to me (live music nightly)
...and likes ALL my friends.

Now if ZOLA would just help out around the house, I'd be set.

Zola can be found at 22 W. Main Ave. 509. 624.2416

This is one attractive bar. This place is nicely appointed, with most of the decor made from salvaged items, including the tilt-a-whirl booths. Very cool.
Live Music nightly and HAPPY HOUR is Daily 4-6 pm.

WINES BY THE GLASS
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White Wines
Maryhill Chardonnay $6
Chateau St. Michelle Riesling $5
"Huck" Huckleberry Wine $5
Hogue Pinot Gris $6
Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc $6

Red Wines
14 Hands Cabernet Sauvignon $6
Red Diamond Merlot $6
T3 Red Blend $7
Bogle Petite Sirah $6
Ravenwood Vintners Zinfandel $6
Firesteed Pinot Noir $7

Bubbles
Cordova Cava Brut $5

Cheers!
 
(Photo Credit Farm4)
I wrote a  simliar version of this article for Spokane Coeur d'Alene Living magazine.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Cool place with a great vibe. The wine list left me unimpressed. Good to see T3 on there, but everything else seemed uninspired and dictated by a distributor rather than an owner looking to pair creative wines with the food.

I'm kinda hard on restaurant wine lists.

I like your post, though!

Josh
Unknown said…
Thanks Josh. Yes, T3 was sadly the only local wine, hence the bold type.

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