I love me some Zola's. I cashed in one of my super cheap restaurant.com coupons tonight with some friends from work. It was a little bit packed for a Monday night.
They have a pretty good chili at Zola's - not to spicy not too mild. Chili/Cheese it for $1 extra.
I got the California burger which was pretty good. The great thing about Zola's is handmade burgers. You can clearly tell when you get one that it's fresh and not frozen. Every burger comes with a delicious bun and regular burger toppings. My burger came with banana peppers, red peppers and swiss cheese. The side choices are fries, onion rings and their "unique slaw". I love their slaw! It's a cabbage based slaw and then the twist is that instead of mayo it's tossed in a delicious sesame based Asian style vinaigrette with crunchy noodles. Very refreshing change from the usual ol' slaw.
Others had the chicken fingers - nothing unusual there, they were pretty moist but I'm almost 100% certain they were frozen.
We had their loaded potato spud bites which were a chopped potato/cheese/jalapeno mixture fried up in a spear form. Horseradish sauce on the side for dipping made this pretty good for fried bar fare.
Pretzel bites were pretty good. Pretty straightforward. Salty, soft pretzel-y goodness.
Zola's has daily specials. Monday is 50 cent wings. Wednesdays is $6 burger and fries - one of the best deals in town! Stop in for some unusually good bar fare!