Both eateries are located in the Seaport and have reopened for patio dining - as have their Nantucket counterparts - as part of Boston's Phase 2 reopening process.
Those craving sushi can visit Lola 42 which boasts a sunny 48-seat patio overlooking the harbor.
Around the corner at sister restaurant Lola Burger, the outdoor patio fills up the entire block. Customers can order top-of-the-line burgers, fries, and milkshakes.
Reservations are recommended at Lola 42, which The Improper Bostonian described as "the kind of place where black card-droppers guzzle drinks like the $40 “Nemo’s No Return,” high-end tequila and muddled fruit topped with Yellow Label Veuve. No matter the season, Lola’s ACK-approved name recognition guarantees a sea of smart-dressed sophisticates of the summer-is-a-verb stripe."
Menu items include a selection of sushi, Asian-inspired plates, and bistro favorites.
The restaurant group expanded with more casual dining in 2008 when they opened LoLa Burger. While the food is certainly less extravagant, it is far from simple.
Beef burgers and fries are topped with foie gras. Customers can also choose patties made from falafel, pork, lamb, beyond burger, and Ahi tuna.
And how about some foie gras or truffle oil to class up your fries?
LoLa Burger also serves 25 different craft beers to help you wash down your burger.
Or choose a chocolate, vanilla bean, black and white, strawberry, raspberry, mint or coffee milkshake.
Whatever you are in the mood for LoLa has you covered. Head to the Seaport and enjoy a beautiful outdoor meal once again!