Good but spicy. Some people don't like super spicy and they need to have an alternative. There is only one location (Summerlin) opened and need to update their contact information.
Lola's is always a wonderful experience. Been several times and they never disappoint. Can't wait to go back!
Closed on Mondays, but it only says that in small print in their website down at the bottom of the page where the giant print at the top says they are open. It's a long bus ride and walk from Ceasar's Palace for nothing. 👎👎👎👎
The staff was friendly. We had the char broiled oysters appetizers. They were very good, but small (we had 1 1/2 dozens). The shrimp were good as well as the shrimp and grits. The fried oysters were tasty but I would've preferred them cooked harder
I first found out about Lola's through a couple of good friends who are LV natives. I'd been to the Premium Outlets several times before, but this unassuming joint never caught my eye, despite being just steps away. For anyone shopping at the outlets, be sure to stop here for one of the best meals you'll ever have! Glad my friends opened my eyes though, because to this day, I count all the meals I've had at Lola's (both locations) to be among the very best I've ever had anywhere. I've had easily over a dozen dishes between the two locations and spanning at least my last six visits to Vegas over a few years, and not once have I been disappointed. It is some of the richest, most decadent, and most tasty food I've ever had anywhere on the planet. There are so many cajun/creole restaurants that tout being authentic, but ultimately only make tired watered-down versions of Louisiana's best- Lola's is the polar opposite of those places, and does the home state of LA proud, while putting a great spin on some dishes. Makes me sad to think about this gem of a Vegas institution while international travel isn't really possible... but you can rest assured that once the world resumes, Lola's will be my first stop off the plane into LV. Bonus: I actually met *the* Lola on one of my trips, and she was an absolute angel!
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