If You Love Your Small Town…

by Dennis Peterson

05. December 2015 · Comments Off on If You Love Your Small Town… · Categories: Businesses, Loomis, Nighthawk, Okanagon, Omak, Oroville, Osoyoos, Riverside, Tonasket

Last night’s dinner at Ali Nakkour’s fabulous Sully’s Restaurant in Loomis was over-shadowed, literally,  by the smoke from the Newby Lake fire that appears to have been reborn. Wild fires have a horrific side, but nature has a way of presenting a beautiful side to things. These photos were taken on the road from Loomis to Nighthawk. We also caught a group of goats right across the road from Sully’s having an evening meal.

These fires remind us of the great risk our fire fighters take and everywhere in the North Okanogan there are signs posted by families and businesses giving heart-felt thanks for the work they do.

I have to add a plug for Ali Nakkour and his family – they have the best menu you’re going to find in the North Okanogan, and there are fire fighters all over the area that will attest to that and the personable hospitality you find there. And they’re now featuring your favorite Esther Bricques wines! Let them know you appreciate their support for the most beautiful community you’ve never heard of.

 

Newby Lake Fire over Palmer Lake

Newby Lake Fire Near Palmer Lake

Newby Lake Fire over Palmer Lake

Newby Lake Fire over Palmer Lake

Newby Lake Fire over Palmer Lake

Newby Lake Fire over Palmer Lake

Goats at Sully's Restaurant

Goats at Sully’s Restaurant

Photos by Nancy Peterson

The Randy Battle Bluz Band will be setting off fireworks of a bluzy kind at Sully’s fabulous restaurant in Loomis, July 4. Get there early and have a great dinner – the music starts at 7:00pm and runs until 11:00pm.

You’ve seen them live at Esther Bricques Winery, the Oroville May parade, the Tonasket Founder’s Day parade, Art in the Park at Tonasket, at Barter Faire and The View. Now catch them at Sully’s in Loomis, July 4.

Main Stage, Barter Faire

Main Stage, Barter Faire

Sully’s in Loomis is a destination restaurant. Seriously, you need to be here and experience this fusion of Lebanese and American foods. Reason enough to make the trip, but there’s more! They feature local musicians and it does not get better than that!

See their Facebook page for the latest culinary offerings and bring your appetite because these people do food that is meant to be experienced!

Sullys in Loomis

Sullys in Loomis