Max and Lola Bodega is targeting a July opening in The Gold District

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Progress is moving right along at Max and Lola Bodega, a new casual hangout in the works in The Gold District.

The dog-friendly bar and bottle shop is shooting for a July opening at 1501 S. Mint Street.

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Max and Lola, named for the owners’ dogs, features exterior murals by Rosalia Torres-Weiner and the funky interior chandeliers were sourced from Sleepy Poet Antique Mall.

They’ve preserved the old Gulflex signage from the building’s days as a mechanic shop, and the three roll-up garage doors will create an open indoor-outdoor environment with access to a front patio area and forthcoming side patio.

The offering includes a wine room, charcuterie fridge, 16 taps, assorted provisions and a huge beer cooler.

Max and Lola can’t wait to hang out with you here. Just look at them under their sign.

Owner Holly Rodriguez with her dogs Max and Lola

For reference, Max & Lola’s is located across the street from newly opened Bardo Restaurant and forthcoming Yume.

Pasta and Provisions also has a new location gearing up to open a couple blocks down the street. Basically there’s a whole lot of action on this block right now.

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