We Cater! 805-772-5686
2848 Main St, Morro Bay, CA 93442
Served with rice and beans. Tortillas served upon request. Substitute a tamale at no charge.
Add meat to enchiladas or tostadas $1.00
TACOS served in combinations are made with shredded beef
BURRITOS are made with beef and beans
ENCHILADAS are made with cheese
TOSTADAS are made with beans
1. Chicken Taco
4. Chile Relleno
7. Taco & Enchillada
8. Enchillada & Burrito
9. Taco & Chile Relleno
10. Taco & Burrito
11. Tostada & Chile Relleno
12. Enchilada & Chile Relleno
13. Enchilada & Chicken Flauta
14. Tostada & Enchilada
15. Taco & Tostada
16. Burrito & Chile Relleno
17. Taco, Enchilada, and Chile Relleno
18. Enchilada, Chile Relleno & Tostada
19. Enchilada, Tostada & Chicken Flautna
20. Taco, Enchilada & Tostada
21. Enchilada, Chile Relleno & Burrito
Lolo's Mexican Restaurant offers a catering menu for your next Special Event. Whether you are planning a Wedding Reception, a Corporate Meeting, a Cocktail Party, a Holiday Celebration, a Fundraiser, a Birthday Party or simply a Family Occasion, give us a call and we will accommodate your needs.
Party Tray: 12 mini Chimichanga, 12 Taquitos and 12 mini Burritos $55.00
Includes guacamole and sour cream
LOLO's Mexican Restaurants began over 15 years ago, in a little 28 seat restaurant that is legend in Paso Robles history. Ted and Esper Ontiveros, founders, opened in 1980. Ted waited tables and Esper cooked. They have since moved to a bigger location and helped their nephew and his wife, Nick and Becky Mendoza, open a LOLO's restaurant in Morro Bay.
Along with these two high volume restaurants, LOLO's markets their famous salsa at your local supermarket. It is offered in three flavors; original, mild and roasted garlic. A whole line of LOLO's food is in the works. IF you don't see it, ask your grocer. Oh, and if you are wondering where the name "LOLO's" comes from, that is Ted's nickname given to him by a former dishwasher.
The original LOLO's location opened in 1980 on 12th st. in Paso Robles. It was only 800 sqft. and Ted Ontiveros (LOLO) waited tables and Esper Ontiveros (wife) did the cooking. Ted and Esper Ontiveros were both raised in Paso Robles area, but moved to Santa Barbara where they raised their family. Always wanting to move back to Paso Robles and open a mexican restaurant, they made the move in 1980 and named it LOLO's, after Ted's nickname.
In 1992 they moved to a bigger location to accomodate the huge crowds of customers. LOLO's has become some what of a legend in Paso Robles, just ask anyone in town and they will tell you.