Don't come here for conversation--this place throbs with the din of many voices and the clatter of plates and glasses. But if you like sharing creative, intensely flavored fare, this is small-plate heaven. Billed as Mexican, Lolo is more aptly described as tapas with a Mexican accent and a sense of what's new. Brussels sprouts with hazelnuts and lots of balsamic vinegar didn't tast very Mexican to us but we polished off every one. Lolo's beet salad was not the tasty but tired cheese-topped number you've seen ecerywhere else. Thin-sliced beets had been cleverly layered with some sort of delectable cheese and beet puree. We loved the lamb sliders and the tuna tacon with tomatillo sauce and avocado. Cocktails made with Mexican spirits really shine, with non-alcoholic versions available for teetotalers with taste. Service was brisk but not brusque.
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