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Photos: Lola reveals its new look after a fast facelift

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Lola has been open for a decade -- three years in its original home on South Pearl Street (which is now becoming Tavern Platt Park), and almost seven in LoHi, where it was one of the first new restaurants to venture into what's now one of the hottest dining destinations in town. Last week, Lola closed for a few days for a quick facelift, which included new floors, a new paint job, new art and a general streamlining of the space. Next up? A revamp of the menu. Photographer Marissa Shevins stopped by to document the transformation; keep reading for a look at the revamped Lola.

And remember: Tonight's special is the award-winning chicken and waffles.

See also: Best Chicken and Waffles 2013 -- Lola

Keep reading to see what's now cooking at Lola.


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