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A rose is a rose...is a tavern

A pound of smoked ribs and pile of cole slaw are on the relatively new barbecue menu at the Bulldog Tavern near Gonzaga University in Spokane.  Chris Luce, a veteran barbecue pit boss, now cooks at the Bulldog and smoke various meats, even cheese and onions, for the new barbecue menu. (Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman-Review)
A pound of smoked ribs and pile of cole slaw are on the relatively new barbecue menu at the Bulldog Tavern near Gonzaga University in Spokane. Chris Luce, a veteran barbecue pit boss, now cooks at the Bulldog and smoke various meats, even cheese and onions, for the new barbecue menu. (Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman-Review)

The hangout for many Gonzaga alums was called The Bulldog. We drank beer, bantered our various philosophical viewpoints and made out in the booths (Well, I didn’t, but I witnessed those whose passion increased as they sipped the suds.)

The iconic landmark is in search of a new name.  What should it be?

Enter the contest:  People can submit names by using the website Namesthisbar.com.  If you have a Smart phone, stop by the formerly-known-as Bulldog and grab the QR (quick response) barcode at the pub and use it to suggest a name.

In years to come, we will hear stories from the new alums about their adventures at ???

(S-R archives photo)




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