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Noted Nantucket bistro and sushi bar makes regional debut in Naples

  • By Mark Gordon
  • | 11:30 a.m. March 29, 2024
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LoLa 41 is open in Naples.
LoLa 41 is open in Naples.
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LoLa 41, a sushi and bistro spot with locations in Nantucket, Boston and the east coast of Florida, has expanded to Naples. 

The new location opened Friday, March 29, according to a statement, at 560 Ninth St., near Old Naples. 

The parent company, LoLa Hospitality, also operates a flagship LoLa 41 on Nantucket, which opened in 2006; LoLa 42 and LoLa Burger in Boston’s Seaport District; and LoLa 41 Palm Beach. 

LoLa stands for longitude latitude, and the number 41 represents the specific parallel that the original LoLa 41 on Nantucket resides on. The menu is influenced by the countries on the 41st parallel, such as Japan, Italy, Spain and more. Dishes range from signature sushi rolls, tuna poke nachos, wagyu beef tartare, Korean beef bulgogi and the popular LoLa burger. The bar will feature unique libations such as the Spicy Flamingo — a tequila-based cocktail with watermelon, agave nectar, lime and a spiced rum. 

LoLa 41 Naples will be open from 4-10 p.m. daily, with, the release states, “an expansive central bar, cozy banquettes, intimate sushi bar and an outdoor patio.” The dining room includes 30 bar seats that will serve as the center point. 

“It all started on the island of Nantucket, where Lola became synonymous with exceptional quality, a fun and inviting atmosphere and a culinary standout,” LoLa Hospitality CEO Mark Daley says in a statement. “The Naples location will continue to uphold the brand’s commitment to culinary excellence while infusing its own unique charm and character. We look forward to welcoming back our guests from Palm Beach, Boston and Nantucket and greeting our new guests to Naples.”

Daley adds LoLa Hospitality has plans to expand to other exciting locations nationwide.



Mark Gordon

Mark Gordon is the managing editor of the Business Observer. He has worked for the Business Observer since 2005. He previously worked for newspapers and magazines in upstate New York, suburban Philadelphia and Jacksonville.

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