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Do you take reservations at Pizzeria Lola?

Yes, we take reservations online here or by phone at 612-424-8338.

Do I need a reservation?

We are a casual walk-in restaurant and offer limited reservations. If you're more the plan-before-you-go type of pizza lover, consider booking a table in advance. 

How do I modify or cancel my reservation?

If you would like to change or cancel your reservation click the link in your confirmation email from Tock or give us a call at 612-424-8338. We’ll do our best to accommodate your request. 

Can you accommodate large parties at Pizzeria Lola?

Sure! Our sweet spot is parties of 2 - 6 but with advance notice, we’ll do our best to accommodate larger parties. 

Pizzeria lola dining room

Does Pizzeria Lola have a dress code?

Nope - we love you just the way you are. 

Is your restaurant wheelchair accessible? 


What kind of food do you serve at Pizzeria Lola? 

We are a pizza-focused neighborhood restaurant with a menu that also includes sharable salads, sides, and desserts. Our pizzas are cooked in our wood fire oven; our selection of pies includes classic favorites such as pepperoni, sausage, cheese, and Margherita as well as our unique Pizzeria Lola signatures like the Korean BBQ, Lady Zaza, and the Sunnyside. At the heart of our food philosophy is a devotion to craft and high-quality ingredients. Our pizza dough is made in-house daily, from start to finish our whole dough process takes two days.

Do you sell your pizzas parbaked for takeout?

Yes! We partially cook your pizzas in our oven, and you finish baking them home. All pies, excluding the Sunnyside, can be ordered as parbaked; however, we recommend the following: My Shar-oni, Margherita, Old Reliable, Boise, Xerxes, and Hawaii Pie-O (not available GF). It's a great option for busy families, and makes a lovely gift for a friend, hostess, new mother, or anyone for that matter! 

Do you have gluten-free/vegetarian/vegan items?

Absolutely! We’ve been told our gluten-free pizza crust is the best in town (even our gluten-tolerant friends love it). Our menu offers many vegetarian and vegan options and we are happy to suggest modifications to select menu items. Please let your server know if you have any allergies or special dietary needs.

I saw Guy Fieri at Pizzeria Lola on “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” which pizzas did he eat?

Guy tried (and loved) three of our favorites - the Lady ZaZa, My Sha-Roni, and the Sunnyside.

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Do you serve alcohol?

Yes! We offer an inspired selection of wine, craft beers and cocktails. 

Can I bring my own wine?

Sure! Our corkage fee is $15 per bottle.

Can I get my delicious pizza for takeout or delivery?

Yes, we do accept takeout orders by phone or online. We do not offer delivery, however, our sister restaurant Hello Pizza does. Give them a ring if you want your pizza delivered to your doorstep!

Do you sell gift cards?

Yes! You can buy one here or at the restaurant.

Who is Lola?

Lola was our owner’s dog, a gentle, pizza-loving Weimaraner. Lola was all about good times, good people and good food - just like our restaurant! We miss our girl; she passed away in 2021 and her sweet spirit lives on at our restaurant. 

a dog with a child posing for the camera

Do you have outdoor seating?

Yes! We have a patio with full service. We open for the season as soon as mother nature allows us to. Please note that we are located in Minnesota so this could mean April...or August.

Is your patio dog-friendly?

Yes! You’re welcome to bring your pooch for a bite to eat on the patio. We’ll provide water bowls and maybe a table scrap or two.

That copper pizza oven is awesome, can you tell me more about it? 

Where do we start? It’s the showpiece of our little pizzeria. Our Le Panyol oven is imported from France. The core is made of clay from a quarry in France that dates back to the 16th century. The copper exterior was built by an artist in Maine. If you’re thinking that sounds expensive, you’re correct! It cost a lot - more than your first car.

a man cooking pizza on a fire wood oven