It amazes me that even though I've lived on "The East Side of Providence" for almost 5 years now, I still manage to not only find new places, but also occasionally get lost. A few weeks ago, I drove all the way down India Street and turned onto South Water Street (the little strip of South Water Street that is between India Street and Point Street). My intention was to drive to Point Street and take a left so that I could get to an appointment over near the hospital. In any case, I get to the end of South Water Street and realize that I can't take a left hand turn. So I went around the block again, and got to the end of South Water street again, and was like, come on Pietros, you're better than that! In any case, in my trips around the block, I found a little Mexican place that I decided I needed to try.
Lola's Tequila Bar & Cantina is tucked into South Water Street, with a beautiful Waterfront view. On Tuesday, I went with my friend-cousin Suzie (our husbands are first cousins, but we were friends first!!!) and we really enjoyed everything about the place. We sat outside where there are a number of painted picnic tables - the view was really great!
|A view from our table|
|A view of the 195 bridge, all lit up!|
For dinner, we both got burritos (Suzie had chicken, I had Al Pastor (basically pulled pork)) and they were both delicious and totally worth the $8 and $10 we paid for them.
Also, the chips and salsa they served before the meal were amazing - the salsa was similar to Tortilla Flats, but had a hint of cilantro which really made it zing.
|Chips and Salsa with a Corona on the side|
Tuesdays are advertised as $2 Taco Tuesday ($4 for Fish Tacos), and Thursdays they have a Bluegrass band in the bar upstairs.
I highly recommend it, you won't be sorry!!!