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Pinot On The River 2015

Come join LOLA Wines at the 2015 Pinot on the River Festival for a day of West Coast Wine tasting. We will be pouring alongside 100 small-production Artisanal Pinot Noir Producers for the benefit of Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Sonoma County.   Friends and family of LOLA can receive 10% OFF of your […]

Oscar’s Cerveteca, Venice Beach

Oscar's Cerveteca, Venice Beach

Inspired by the flavorful blend of the city of Los Angeles is Oscar’s Cerveteca, Venice Beach. This is a tasty staple in this popular, and growing California neighborhood. Casual and inviting, the menu boasts dishes with latin flavors and many of the recipes from owner Oscar Hermosilo’s mother. You can find anything from gourmet burgers, […]

Alinea, Chicago

Alinea, Chicago

With as many talented chefs, sommeliers, and restauranteurs as there are across the world, it’s impressive to see a restaurant that can maintain a spot on the list of world’s greatest restaurants, have head chefs that are leading voices in molecular gastronomy, garner its own Wikipedia page, and boast a three star Michelin rating in […]

Nobu, Los Angeles

Nobu, Los Angeles

Just one of the 28 different locations spanning the globe is Nobu, Los Angeles. For years, Nobu has held the standard for chic, innovative dining, and this location certainly holds that standard to the highest. Separated into three separate dining rooms, and one bar/lounge, this L.A. hotspot creates a distinct feel for each room to […]

Colicchio and Sons, New York

Colicchio and Sons, New York

Located in the former home of Craftsteak, Colicchio and Sons, New York offers top-of-the-line American cuisine served in a comfortable and chic contemporary space in New York City. There are two menus at Colicchio & Sons, one in the casual Tap Room (located up front) and another in the proper dining room. Both menus were […]

Black Hogg, Los Angeles

Black Hogg, Los Angeles

Nestled in Los Angeles’ Silver Lake community is a small yet bold American gastropub with a unique and flavorful menu that has put it’s stamp on the Silver Lake scene. After opening in 2012, Black Hogg, Los Angeles quickly established itself as a tasty go-to and a neighborhood staple. With head chef Eric Park at […]

Mooo…, Boston

Mooo..., Boston

Nestled in Beacon Hill is Mooo…,Boston a contemporary steakhouse located adjacent to the XV Beacon Hotel. Mooo is the brainchild of chef/owner Jamie Mammano who creates an atmosphere that is elegant and class, with a modern appeal. The decor is modern and inviting, creating a relaxed yet sophisticated atmosphere. Despite it’s old time charm of […]

Harry’s Oyster and Seafood, Atlantic City

Harry's Oyster and Seafood, Atlantic City

Atlantic City is known for is eclectic variety of restaurants, nightclubs, and tourist hot spots. The seaside city in New Jersey is also known for another thing: fresh seafood. Opened in 2011 on the site of the historic Dennis Hotel is Harry’s Oyster and Seafood, Atlantic City. This is a microbrewery that promised to make […]

Le Rouge Wine and Tapas, Orlando

Le Rouge Wine and Tapas, Orlando

Le Rouge Wine and Tapas, Orlando is a lush wine bar and tapas restaurant unlike any other in the Orlando area. The contemporary and upscale space (that also doubles as a music venue) was created by Mounir Elidrissi who wanted to develop a tapas lounge reminiscent of the ones he’d visited in Europe. Here you’ll […]

Fleetwood’s on Front Street, Lahaina HI

Fleetwood's on Front Street, HI

Everyone knows who Mick Fleetwood is, but what many don’t realize is that aside from being one of the founding members and drummer of the legendary Fleetwood Mac, he is also a successful restauranteur in Lahaina, Maui. Fleetwood’s on Front Street, Lahaina HI was opened by Mick with the idea of serving “comfort food in […]

Ai Fiori, New York

Ai Fiori, New York

Run by the Altamarea Group’s Michael White, this New York restaurant offers inventive preparations from the land and the sea, inspired by the Italian Riviera. Ai Fiori, New York is a classic fine dining experience that offers inventive Italian cuisine with French preparation and technique. White’s signature pastas offer flavorful interpretations of Italian cuisine in […]

J&G Steakhouse, Scottsdale

J&G Steakhouse Scottsdale

Inspired by Michelin starred chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten is J&G Steakhouse, Scottsdale. This extension of the Jean-Georges name is located at the top of the Phoenician and offers diners breathtaking views of the Valley and of the Arizona sunsets. Surrounded by the beautiful views and the lush, comfortable decor, is what Vongerichten calls “elevated comfort food”. […]

Patois, New Orleans

Patois, New Orleans

The building that houses executive chef Aaron Burgau’s Patois isn’t where you’d expect to find the latest Uptown hot spot in New Orleans. The space previously housed a smokey barroom that was frequented by LSU and Tulane sports fans, and known for not much more than their neighborhood appeal and po’ boys. After its first […]

Salt’s Cure, Los Angeles

Salt's Cure, Los Angeles

Salt’s Cure, Los Angeles may not have the flair of other trendy LA restaurants, but the food speaks for itself. Tucked into the West Hollywood scene is a deceptively modest restaurant with a bare aesthetic and a seemingly humble menu scrawled on a blackboard: Raw beef. Blackened albacore. Goat chops. Straight to the point, yes. […]

BLT Steak, Honolulu

BLT Steak, Honolulu

‘ As a part of the Trump Hotel chain, BLT Steak in Honolulu maintains the standard of sophistication and quality in this tropical location. Designed around the idea of the traditional steakhouse, BLT Steak brings its signature culinary style and impeccable French technique to Honolulu’s famed Waikiki Beach. Elevating the classic American steakhouse with its signature style, the […]

MR CHOW, Los Angeles

MR CHOW, Los Angeles

Another restaurant in which its reputation precedes it, is MR CHOW’s chic Los Angeles location. Beginning in 1974, the Beverly Hills location of this world famous restaurant immediately put a stamp on Hollywood as a bustling high-end Chinese restaurant where traditional cuisine meets a trendy ambience that attracts the “Who, What, and Where” of the […]

Nobu, New York

When you think of Nobu Matsuhisa’s ongoing trend of chic, contemporary fusion restaurants, you must first think of Nobu’s New York location— the starting place of the Nobu partnership and dedication to style, and innovative cuisine. Settled in the city’s Tribeca neighborhood is the Nobu vision where one can experience the always interesting trend and […]

Jhonatan Braganca x LOLA Wines at the New Museum

New Museum, New York

An Evening of Art and Wine: Jhonatan Braganca x LOLA Wines at the New Museum Bringing accessible, contemporary art and wine together Thursday, May 14th, 2015 7 PM – 11:30 PM To celebrate Jhonatan Braganca‘s debut exhibit in New York at The New Museum on May 14th, the Brazilian born, New York based artist partnered with LOLA to create a limited […]

LOLA Wines Cheers on The Tampa Bay Lightning!

Tampa Bay Lightning Bolts—2015 Playoffs

With a shared appreciation for fine food, wine, culture, and a passion for supporting the local community, LOLA Wines, The Tampa Bay Lightning and Amalie Arena have joined forces to celebrate the Bolts’ postseason advancements in the 2015 Playoffs.   LOLA had the opportunity to collaborate and design a special edition label in honor of this year’s […]

404 Kitchen, Nashville

404 Kitchen Nashville Tennessee

Nashville has always been known for it’s flavorful southern cuisine, but at the 404 Kitchen, chef Matt Bolus is dishing out fresh, local, and incredibly interesting plates for all those seeking a unique, and hip dining experience. Described as interesting but not pretentious Bolus strives to create the illusion that everything you are eating is […]

Spring Masters New York Arts’ Night Out 2015

Spring Masters Arts' Night Out 2015 with LOLA

Spring Masters New York Presents: Arts’ Night Out 2015 with LOLA Wines Friday May 8th, 2015 At the Park Avenue Armory 6-9:30 p.m. “Tradition meets Today” at the Spring Masters New York Arts’ Night Out 2015—an annual evening of wine and art with New York’s young collectors. Steeped in tradition and coated with an imaginative, […]

LOLA’s Road Trip Down South

William Faulkner Statue, Oxford Alabama

As much as we love this time of year in Calistoga, we felt that it was time to travel South and show our friends and partners of LOLA a little love. So, Jason and I packed our bags and headed to some of our favorite southern cities for a taste of local flavors and our […]

A Spring Weekend at the LOLA House

The LOLA Garden Calistoga

Every weekend brings with it a certain sense of freedom, relaxation, and the comfort of knowing that we can finally take a break from work. At the LOLA House, we look forward to our weekends, and the time when we can entertain, relax, and enjoy Springtime in Calistoga with friends and family. And it just […]

Locanda Osteria and Bar, San Francisco

Locanda Osteria and Bar, San Francisco is known for two things in California: a passion for all things Roman, and an inventive culinary display of that passion. Locanda’s head chef, Anthony Strong, started as a line cook at Locanda’s sister restaurant Delfina in 2005, eventually moving his way up to running not one but two […]

Gjelina, Venice Beach

Gjelina, Venice Beach

Leading the pack in innovative cuisine and ingredients is Travis Lett’s Gjelina, nestled in California’s Venice Beach. Like other popular Venice Beach eateries, Lett’s restaurant boasts a trendy, casual yet exclusive vibe. Gjelina, Venice Beach is a hip, no mods, no frills kind of restaurant with impressive culinary results. The menu, at first glance is […]

News & Updates from LOLA’s Four-Legged Resident

Greetings from LOLA the Dog

7.2.2014 Hi, Everyone. This is LOLA. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen everyone, so I want to give you an update about me and what’s going on at LOLA. 1. I just attended the Wags & Wine event recently where we helped raise a lot of money for my less fortunate four-legged friends. […]

NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW

CORTEZ, Fla. — For centuries, fishermen here have netted mullet, an oily fish that retails for about $1 to $3 a pound and takes well to deep-frying or smoking. But in Italy, where some of this village’s harvest is shipped, sacs of roe are removed from the fish, cured and marketed as a delicacy, bottarga, […]