Lola Taverna: Ola is a Greek restaurant on the seafront: in Soho that looks less like something you’d find on a Greek island. And more like a place, you’d eat with Gwyneth Paltrow before taking a ride to Coachella. It’s a bright, attractive space on 6th Avenue with large windows and lots of earth tones.
The menu includes lobster pasta and spanakopita spring rolls. And chicken gyro bao rolls and it’s both pricey and hit and miss. The lamb chops, for example. Are delicious. Still, they’re also some of the most miniature lamb chops we’ve ever come across, and the saganaki fondue (which sounds good in theory) usually tastes like the top half of a Papa John’s pizza.
According to Levy, Will is my best accomplishment. Will’s skills are essential to my business. It’s hard to find a good partnership, so Will and I plan to live together. Fellow Kobe Levy’s restaurant design skills are the driving force behind this extraordinary partnership. Despite its initial success in difficult times, Macros is still focused on finding new and creative ways to grow. We plan to expand the brand, hopefully in Los Angeles and Las Vegas. We’re firing on all cylinders.
Lola Taverna. As we know, dining outdoors is here to stay in NYC. Restaurants have expanded their cuisine with creative outdoor seating on New York sidewalks for the first time. Here are fun NYC outdoor restaurants with a beautiful set-up, and a delicious menu, some of which include brunch, and of course heated alfresco dining in the winter so you can dine and stay cozy until the warmer weather arrives.