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Short for longitude and latitude and the 41st parallel that connects countries and cuisines across the globe, LoLa 41 will launch its dinner service March 29 in downtown Naples.  

The upscale global bistro and sushi bar fills more than 5,000 square feet of a newly built space with an additional 1,844-square-foot courtyard for patio dining at 560 Ninth St. S., abutting the municipal parking garage. It’s on the site of the former Tamiami Trailways bus station founded 60 years ago on that corner of Sixth Avenue South just south of Four Corners near Tin City. The original one-story building had been home to many other local businesses over the years until it was demolished for redevelopment in 2015.  

LoLa 41’s eclectic decor, ambiance and cuisine will be a striking upgrade from the old Bus Station Restaurant on that spot. The new destination on the property’s northern endcap provides an expansive dining room that includes a sushi bar and a full bar with 30 seats at its center.  

LoLa’s food and drinks are influenced by and curated from diverse regions in Asia, Europe and North America—including the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic and Pacific oceans—that are traversed by the 41st parallel north. Large plates feature items such as Korean beef bulgogi, grilled salmon lo mein, lobster tagliatelle, grilled hanger steak and the popular LoLa Burger, which includes Cabot cheddar, red onion compote and foie gras sauce on an English muffin.  

Complementing its signature sushi rolls, small plates include miso soup, poke nachos, Wagyu beef tartare and yellowtail crudo. Specialty cocktails include the Snowbird with citrus vodka, unfiltered sake, lychee, coconut, lime, mint and cucumber; Spicy Flamingo with Ghost Tequila, watermelon, agave nectar, lime and spicy rum; Thai One On with Bacardi coconut rum, pineapple, orgeat syrup, lime, Thai chile and lemongrass; and the LoLa Spritz with yuzu liqueur, aperol, elderflower and prosecco.  

 “We are thrilled to bring the global flavors and vibrant ambiance of the LoLa 41 brand to the community of Naples, Florida,” said Mark Daley, CEO of LoLa Hospitality. “It all started on the island of Nantucket, where LoLa became synonymous with exceptional quality, a fun and inviting atmosphere and a culinary standout. The Naples location will continue to uphold the brand’s commitment to culinary excellence while infusing its own unique charm and character.”  

LoLa 41 Naples will be open 4 to 10 p.m. daily.  

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