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When Lola Diner founder, Ken Bridge, was younger, his family owned a Denny's style restaurant in Indianapolis. This is where his love for breakfast began and it has grown ever since. The experience stayed with him over the years and he always hoped to open a concept that continued those inspirations. The name, Lola, pays homage to an amazing lady whom (was his best friend's grandma), yet he considered his own. Growing up with Lola, he learned that within their Filipino culture, "Lola" is an affectionate term for Grandmother, which he thought would be the perfect name for a family diner. Ken thought the concept would be a great addition to the community and so he took the leap and opened his first location in Houston! And, it was just what Houston needed... I mean, who doesn't love "Breakfast Anytime"!

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