Seen around town

Crowned the King and Queen of Louisiana Seafood for 2012, Keith & Nealy can now be seen around town in large display. Come dine at Lola and you’ll see why their crown is deserved.

Home baked treats

All of the delicious items you’ll find in the Lola display case are made right here, in the caboose. Each day is a new creation by one of our talented pastry chefs. See what we have today! Perhaps Red Velvet cupcakes, Death by Chocolate with salted carmel, Apricot Thumb Print Cookies, German Dark Chocolate Cupcake, or our family favorite – Hummingbird cake.


Fall is around the corner!! Looking forward to baking with pumpkin, apples and spices. I have beautiful Apricot Thumb Print Cookies in the dessert case this morning. Come and get em’ while they are hot!

Lola Deux Rolls Out!

Fine flavors of Contemporary Louisiana Cuisine you’d expect from Lola Covington now serving up the finest crafted finger foods right out of a food truck. The same quality you’d expect from our brick & mortar caboose, now in a mobile and catered format. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for updates and locations from the Northshore to New Orleans. You can find us on Twitter, here and on Facebook, here.

Lunch Specials

Lola’s lunch menu features sandwiches made on our house made bread baked daily. We roast our meats in-house and everything is fresh fresh fresh! We support local farmers and we make sure to source everything as local as possible. We make three soups daily and love to incorporate local Louisiana Seafood. We have a daily lunch special and you must come early because we will run out fast!  We do not except reservations for lunch, but we do take orders to go.

Be sure to friend us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for descriptions of each day’s lunch special.


Our lunch catering menu (24 hr notice required)

Small Assorted Sandwich Tray (6 per tray cut into thirds) $50.70

Large Assorted Sandwich Tray (10 per tray cut into thirds) $84.50


Large Bowl Lola Salad (feeds 8-10) $32.00

Large Bowl Cobb Salad (feeds 8-10) $41.00


1 quart Chicken Salad $30

1 quart Egg Salad $20.00

1 quart Shrimp Salad $40.00

1 quart Tuna Salad $25.00


Gallon of house made Strawberry Lemonade $12

Gallon of Coast Roast Ice Tea $8


Whole Cakes & Brownie Menu


Humming Bird Cake,  Carrot Cake & Red Velvet Cake

8-inch $25, 10-inch $35, 12-inch $45


Whole Ooey Gooey Cake $27

Whole Lime Ice Box Pie $21

Whole Pan White & Dark Chocolate Brownie $50

King of Seafood


Excerpt From WGNO, The King of Louisiana Seafood.

Keith and Nealy Frentz are not your average couple. The two own Lola Restaurant in Covington, plus the two are chefs; cooking pretty much round the clock together.

“I can’t think of it any other way,” says Nealy, “I can’t imagine not working with Keith. it makes life fun!”

Last weekend Keith was crowned King of Louisiana Seafood  after winning the Louisiana Seafood Cook-Off presented by the  Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board. It’s not an easy title to conquer, and like most smart partners he’s attributing his success to his other half.

“I share the crown with Nealy, so it’s a King and Queen thing. It’s kind of corny, but she helps just as much as I did,” insists Keith.

The two met nine years ago while working at the kitchen inside Brennan’s. A few years later Read More

Lola Deux – A Review

Lola restaurant takes the food truck craze to Covington

By Mark Lorando, The Times-Picayune

Nealy Crawford-Frentz and Keith Frentz have officially driven the food truck craze to the north shore.

The chef-owners of Lola, the charming “Louisiana contemporary cuisine” restaurant that has operated out of an old train caboose on New Hampshire Street since 2006, is now making regular rounds in downtown Covington in a bright red mobile kitchen dubbed Lola deux.

Lola deux parked Saturday morning at the Covington Farmers Market, where customers were lined up at 10:30 a.m. for free samples of a melt-in-your-mouth fried green tomato BLT and a light remoulade sauce. The rest of the menu: blackened redfish tacos with slaw ($7), a New Hampshire sandwich (ham, apricot preserve and brie, $6), and truffle parmesan fries ($3).

Crawford-Frentz said the truck will be parked every Thursday at Rockin’ the Rails, the Covington Trailhead concert series just down the street from the restaurant, every Thursday from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays from 10:30 p.m. (an hour after the restaurant closes) to 1:30 a.m., they’ll hit hot spots in downtown Covington.

Diners can track the truck’s nightly locations via the restaurant’s Facebook and Twitter accounts.


Savory seafood! LOLA serves up Louisiana cuisine with original recipes for lunch and dinner. If you haven’t tried our Gulf Shrimp & Grits, you haven’t lived! Chef Frentz was crowned King of Louisiana Seafood, so you can be sure that quality ingredients, and exceptional taste are nothing short of perfectly pleasing. Come visit us on the Northshore in Covington.