We had such a good time. The food--although it didn't come as quickly as we might have liked--was fantastic, world class. This is not the place to go 30 minutes before the symphony, but if you know that the food doesn't come out quickly when it's busy, then you'll be fine, and you'll be very pleased. Actually it's the place to go if you are ALLLLL about food.
The service is really very good, tasteful and unpretentious. The food is unique. There is stress to combine and utilize somewhat more and sometimes exotic spices than ordinary. The result is always unique, interesting and usually a culinary treat. A recent salad of freshly sliced anise/finochio and generous amounts of walnuts, gorganozola crumbles plus suculant strawberries made a starter salad a delightful and wonderfully refreshing starter. Portions are good, bread and butter always fresh and perfect when served.
I couldn't disagree more with the review of September 12. My wife, my son, and my son's friend visited Zola's in mid-August and had a truly wonderful meal. We all enjoy cooking, so we appreciated the flare and innovation. If you're looking for something that you might cook at home on a weeknight, or that you might get at a chain restaurant, perhaps you should go elsewhere. But if you're going out to experience how truly special a salad, a soup, or a piece of salmon can be, then you must try Zola's. This is a place for epicureans, and Debra Paquette is a real pro. If Nashville doesn't watch out, we'll steal her away.
It's right in the middle of the tourist section of town, yet the food and atmosphere is surprisingly original, unlike
the trendy theme restaurants down the street. Sit down to a quiet meal, something that's hard to come by ...
Whether you're in Nashville for business or pleasure, Country Inn and Suites is a great place to stay. Each suite
is furnished with a king size bed and ample work space for finishing up the day's paperwork. Data ports ...
Long ago, during the days when alcohol was prohibited throughout the United States, there was a little known place to
go in Nashville for some of the forbidden elixir. Old timers fondly remember the succulent steaks and warm atmosphere ...