Chez Lola opened in the fall of 2006 on what was formerly known as Murder Ave, where even the likes of Al Capone once resided as a used furniture dealer. Lola has 14' high tin ceilings and walls, a color palette of lime green and burnt orange hues, an old spring box for a wine rack and is stacked with quirky antiques to the brim.
Her staples are olive oil and herbs. She is a bistro off the beaten path with a big foot in France, yet spilling over its borders, especially to the South.
Lola is the mind child of Denis Costas (a native of France, who's family tennis elbow is fabulous restaurants) & Charlotta Janssen (a German-American painter with too much imagination). Their idea was that if Joey the soda jerk & if Susie the cab driver went out for a good time in the roaring twenties, they'd come to Lola. She took only 2 1/2 years to build. With the magic touch of Octavio Simancas (from Lovely Mexico, the well seasoned chef of Chez Oskar, who possesses the gift of brilliant cookery) she came to life.
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