“Pizzeria Lola” Serves Up Woodfired Success

Pizzeria Lola sells wood-fired pizza, both delicious and inexpensive.

Megan Meskill, Senior Writer

Equipped with a photobooth, delicious pizza and desserts, and quick, friendly service, Pizzeria Lola gives locals the perfect location to dine-in or take-out. Pizzeria Lola offers customers a delicious, quick, fun, and casual dining experience with an inexpensive bill. Located in Southwest Minneapolis on 56th and Xerxes Avenue, Pizzeria Lola opened only a year ago, and has since become a hit throughout the community.

Although space is limited, Pizzeria Lola’s ideal set up features plenty of booths and tables for groups as small as two and as large as ten. Customers are greeted at the door with a huge wood-fired oven, which is connected to a long bar that extends to the back of the restaurant; perfect for observing the chefs at work.

Pizzeria Lola sells wood-fired pizza, both delicious and inexpensive. Pizzas cost as low as $10 for the plain, cheese pizza and no more than $15 for the specialty pizzas with a variety of toppings.

A few of Lola’s pizza flavors include “Old Reliable,” which is a classic cheese pizza, “The Xerxes,” which has sautéed spinach, sheep’s milk feta, mozzarella, kalamata olives, and almonds, and “Hawaii Pie-O,” featuring pineapple, bacon, mozzarella, and provolone. All the pizzas come in one size, consisting of 6 small slices, and can easily be split between two people.

Pizzeria Lola is a fun, family-friendly restaurant equipped with a photobooth in the back. Costumers are welcome to take as many pictures in the booth and are then encouraged to display them on the opposite wall for the restaurant customers to see. The cost to use the photobooth is $3 for the first set of pictures and $2 for any additional ones. Pizzeria Lola is a great option for a family night out and delicious pizza.