Revolver—located in the space previously occupied by Dinette and owned by Electrokitty Recording Studio honcho Gary Reynolds—has about a billion records on the shelves above the liquor, and they'll be played, one side at a time, for those enjoying the amber lighting, ’60s-style stools, round mirrors, and great woodwork (along with the liquor). As Dave Segal put it, "Revolver’s style is cool, but it’s an understated cool, and therefore cooler than most." (He also recommends the wallpaper in the bathrooms.) For food, there's a short menu of grilled cheese, gumbo, and other fried snacks.
1514 E Olive Way,
Mon all day; Tue-Sun 4-7 pm ($3-$6 food menu, $1 off grilled cheese sandwiches, $2 PBR and Rainier, $4 drafts and wells, $5 well shot and a Rainier, $1 off drop shots).