Canton Street, in Roswell, Georgia, has a robust history that is overshadowed by its bustling hot spots that it offers today. Roswell residents have an insatiable affection for the diverse dining options of Canton Street, but they easily forget about the decades past that surround them. Lola’s Burger and Tequila Bar is where history and flavorful eats combine for a dining experience that will keep you coming back.
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Roswell Lola’s Burger and Tequila Bar Review
Imagine the grandeur of moving pictures, when they were first introduced. Audiences lined up to experience the glamour of Hollywood, from across the country, in historic Roswell. The building that Lola’s occupies was once the city’s only cinema. Lola’s pays tribute to the unique history – with the original theater seating and a genuine Coca-Cola wall painting – while adding eclectic modern decor to match their menu.
If only those walls could talk, right? The owners of Lola’s cherish the local community and their little piece of history. Go for the premium tequilas, craft burgers and Latin-inspired entrees, but don’t pass up a chance to check out the building’s history as well.
Flavors That Take You Beyond Canton Street
Lola’s menu has the best of classic American cuisine combined with latin flavors. The menu has a ton of options to pick from, whether you’re in the mood for a casual burger or paella that’s slowly cooked fresh upon your arrival. Having options to pick from means there’s something for everyone.
Named after Roswell’s most famous street, the Canton Street Chips are a delectable appetizer. It’s a huge portion of Fresh Cut Waffle Chips that are topped with their carnitas, queso and chives. It’s accompanied by 13 other appetizer options on the menu, but I’d order it every time. I wouldn’t judge anyone for ordering it as a main dish and refusing to share – they’re that good!
Our table prefers the best of both worlds – ordering a latin dish alongside a burger. The Pollo Asado has a great balance of crispy skin with juicy meat as you bite into it. It’s served with plantains, slaw and potatoes, which makes it a hearty option that could feed two. There’s a depth of flavor that you can truly taste, in the chicken, that comes through with the marinade.
If you’re at Lola’s to watch a game on one of their many big screens, then I highly recommend one of their burgers. They’ve got 13 fresh burger choices (including some vegetarian options) on the menu that are finger-licking good. Be sure to ask your server for a custom tequila pairing for the ultimate Lola’s experience.
Planning Your Visit To Dining At Lola’s
Lola’s has some outdoor patio seating that can be reserved by calling in advance and they have an upstairs private dining option. Enjoy dining at Lola’s with extra Covid safety precautions and social distancing measures too.
Brunch is served every Saturday and Sunday from 11am – 3pm. Paid parking is available directly on Canton Street with free parking within walking distance.
Lola’s Burger and Tequila Bar Information:
944 Canton Street,
Roswell, GA 30075
Sunday-Thursday: 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
(kitchen closes at 9:30 PM w/ a limited bar menu)
Friday-Saturday: 11:00 AM – 12:30 AM
(kitchen closes at 10:30 PM w/ a limited bar menu)
Brunch: Saturday-Sunday: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM