Thursday, September 23, 2021

Lola closed 15 years later in the coastal Mexican-dominated Lohi corner

After 15 years in Denver and five years in Boulder before that, Lola Coastal Mexican is well off, to re-launch as a next fried chicken and beer joint.

The Mexican restaurant was a long-running idea behind the same boulder-based owners behind Jacques Fish House and Oyster Bar, Centro Mexican Kitchen and West End Tavern.

“Jane Brawls (Managing Partner), Dana Query and I deeply appreciate Lola for all the support and encouragement for her first four years at South Pearl (Street) and the last 15 at 16th and her corner in Boulder Street,” Big Red F Restaurant. The group’s chef and founder Dave Query said in a release addressed to fans.

“And special thanks and everlasting appreciation to all the amazing chefs and tireless front house staff who have done this work, so hard to make Lola a success over the last two decades,” he added. “We couldn’t do anything without you.”

Query’s Big Red F restaurant group announced the restaurant’s closure on Monday, adding that another popular Big Red F idea will soon take its place. Post Chicken & Beer specializes in “thigh fried”, fried chicken sandwiches and chicken and waffles among other dinners, salads and side dishes. It already sells house-brewed beer at six locations in the front range.

Read Also:  Mortenson plans to develop an office building for himself in the Reno neighborhood of Denver
Lola closed 15 years later in the coastal Mexican-dominated Lohi corner
Nation World News Desk
Nation World News is the fastest emerging news website covering all the latest news, world’s top stories, science news entertainment sports cricket’s latest discoveries, new technology gadgets, politics news, and more.
Latest news
Related news
- Advertisement -

Leave a Reply