Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita

Did you know that Lolita, one of Miami’s hottest restaurants, was once Miami’s Fire Station No.4? #CoolFact

This former fire station, now converted into a 3-story restaurant with one of Miami’s greatest rooftops, opened for business in October 2007. Since then, Lolita has been one of Miami’s favorite spots for locals and tourists to hang out with family and friends. Great food, great drinks, hot location, and exceptional service. Lolita has it all to please the pickiest eater.

But as they say, the road to success is never straight. In fact, Lolita is currently going through one of the biggest bumps on the road due to Covid-19, according to Co-Owner, Joaquin Chamizo.

In this interview, Joaquin, also known as “JC”, tells GlobalPro how his business has been affected due to the pandemic; the struggles, the pains, having to let people go, but most importantly, how he plans to get through one of the most devastating years in the last decade as a business owner.

Dolores But You Can Call Me Lolita is located in the heart of Brickell and it offers exquisite international and seasonally dishes for brunch, lunch, and dinner.

Visit Lolita at 1000 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33130, or place your order for takeout or delivery and have some #LoveinaBag

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