1575 Boulder Street
Denver, CO 80211
Lola is a newer addition to the sparky Lower Highland area, LoHi, which sits on the hill to the immediate west of LoDo. The restaurant is coastal Mexican flare boasting a mere 125 varieties of tequila. The open-air patio has an unbelievable view of Denver's cityscape and the menu is fresh, innovative and reasonably priced. Executive Chef Jamey Fader will take your palate on a Mexican taste adventure while your tequila ambassador will navigate you through the labyrinth of 125 tequila varieties.
- Guacamole~made table-side
- Coin-style marg~key limes,tequila, citronge
- Hash~Grilled chorizo, sweet potatoes & onions
Is your mouth watering yet? Complete the experience by checking the place out Sunday afternoon (2-5 pm) for live music-hip shakin' Latin beats and other local sounds. Sunday brings you an incredible brunch menu or try the family-style paella. Sip your delectable marg or mojito while enjoying the music and watching the dancers do their thing.
Originally this watering hole was located down on old Pearl Street and the 2006 move to LoHi was a smart one for sure. The view from the patio of downtown Denver is unmatchable while the proximity to the new 16th street pedestrian bridge gives it easy walkability to LoDo and throughout the Highland neighborhood. Click out Westword's scrolling Best of list for Lola through the years.
The area is sprinkled with great places and this restaurant just adds another gold star to LoHi's list.
Lola is yet another reason to leave work early on Friday afternoon.