The View from Zola's Tiltawhirl Mezzanine

Zola Restaurant Review

Spokane Restaurants

Zola
22 W Main Ave, Spokane, WA 99201
(509) 624-2416


Price: $$$$$
Food Quality: 
★★★☆☆
Date Night: 
★★★☆☆
Family Night: ★☆☆☆☆
Casual Cocktails: ★★★★☆
Business Cocktails: ★★☆☆☆
Business Dinner: ★☆☆☆☆
Coco Chanel: ★★★★☆
Hipster Commune:
★★★★☆
Pair A Nice Red With That: 
★★☆☆☆
Perfect Tawny Finish: 
★☆☆☆☆


Positives: If you’re on the hunt for a party joint, Zola abides. Zola routinely hosts local bands and the later the evening drags along, the more energy you’ll find coming out of Zola. Dancing, cocktails, mingling, girls night out, guys night out, whatever your preference, Zola is the preferred high-energy establishment in Spokane for hipsters all the way through to our dorky middle class cohorts that don’t get out too much.

Zola’s venue is perhaps the best aspect of the establishment. It provides a mezzanine level comprised of old tilt-a-whirl cars and the ground floor has numerous nooks and crannies that provide diversified seating options with varying degrees of privacy. Not to mention, there’s also a dance floor.

Zola’s food quality is good, creative, and affordable.

Zola Grilled Cheese and Tomato Bisk
Zola’s good ‘ol fashioned grilled cheese and tomato soup — perfect for a late night snack.

Negatives: If you don’t like high energy bars, Zola is not for you.

The Bar at Zola Spokane
The bar is the first element that greets you as you walk into Zola.

Recommendation: Zola is the preferred party joint for much of Spokane — from hipsters all the way through to our dorky middle class that doesn’t get out too much.

Jalepeno Poppers at Zola
Deep fried special: Zola’s jalapeno poppers.