July 2019 by Aziz Bayraktar
Great place with lots of unique arts..
April 2019 by Rochelle Oliver
Absolute tranquility and abundance of creativity! The coffee omg! You choose is It food , painting, antiques all wrapped up into one beautiful space. Friendly artists!
April 2019 by Carlos Blanco
Amazing cool trendy artsy outdoor and indoor markey. Cool shop owners. I got nothing but positive energy. Love the owner who sells incense, meditation items, shea butter, and black soaps. He was good conversation and easy going guy. Very knowledgeable. Tea shop lady knows her teas as well and will even make u a cup. Every question I had she answered and let us smell different teas. Gave us a crash course on brewing tea. Try the blueberry, it's amazing. I recommend this place for anyone who wants something out of the ordinary
April 2019 by Leslie Bravo
Love the place to peaceful very diverse. And love Artesano Coffees
April 2019 by Hadrian Bessette
Adorable little market in an old warehouse offering gourmet tea, furniture, home decor, and natural body care products.
March 2019 by Francie Novo
Sightseeing, shopping and grabbing a few antiques, this nestled little place is a great way to find treasures. Each area reflects a part of nostalgia that reminds you of years past. Wanting to know your future, we’ll get a reading done as you break from shopping. The cards will always say you came to the right place to find something. After you’re done then pick one of the restaurants and enjoy some more.
February 2019 by Andrew Keith
Fantastic food ,ambiance and friendly service ☆ throw back vintage ☆ hipster Art ☆ Good Vibes ☆ try my book on Amazon for results used in Madonna's book on sex ☆ only $1.99☆ best waffle French toast and eggs ever ☆☆☆
January 2019 by Marilu F.
Imagine my surprise when after having brunch at nearby Voo La Voo Café, my friends and I began to walk around. Somehow on this walk, I found a sign, and the next thing I knew I stumbled into Lola's Market. Spacious, full of vibrant colors and life, this series of shops can be found after the luscious gardens past the restaurants in the area. The market itself has some of the quirkiest objects I've seen. I recall a neck pillow with emojis for example. Admittedly I would have probably bought this, but I just didn't see how I could ultimately use it. Anyway, they have all sorts of shops. Jewelry, vinyl records, even tarot card readings. The vendors themselves are very friendly and willing to lend you a helping hand if you can't find a vendor. They also have good deals and are technology savvy, so they take cards which is great for those of us that never carry cash.
November 2018 by Paul Anthony Donahue
Great place to find things to decorate your backyard or home!
October 2018 by Ilene F.
Lola's is a little warehouse that has a few different vendors selling antiques, health items and an artist. There was one spot that had a lot of vinyl records which took me back to my youth. The place is not air conditioned, so I can't imagine spending a lot of time there during the middle of summer.
August 2018 by Stephen Thomas
Somewhat of a Hidden Gem off the beaten path something a little different not really cheap but not super expensive but it's worth the quiet nice tranquil place
July 2018 by Kendra W.
Lola's Market is a hidden treasure! I had a great afternoon exploring this hidden gem tucked away in Wilton Manors. It is located where the Eucalyptus Gardens use to be, and although gone, there is still plenty of plant life. Before walking back to the market, we had a wonderful lunch at 1 of 3 fabulous restaurants. The market had several Independent shops within the building. There were antiques, vintage items, a record shop, tea shop, and a couple more. We stopped to look and chat at the Art Bar, where you can arrange paint parties. The record shop was funky and had an awesome selection. There was an interesting shop with Native American items and custom made jewelry. I also looked at all the cool jewelry and knickknacks near the front entrance. Throughout the market, the prices seemed reasonable. It is a fun, eclectic spot and the shop owners were friendly. Outside there is a remnant of a building covered in beautiful murals that seem to be evolving. It is amazing to me that there can still be so much to discover in an area that I grew up in. I definitely recommend a visit to this local wonder.
June 2018 by Maria Marietta Delgado
Lola’s Market is a very unique place. There’s art, artists working on murals, others selling their arts and crafts, fortune tellers, tea shops, the Alchemist Cafe which is a must visit at least once and just walk around and take it all in. Colorful people, music, totally love this place!!!
June 2018 by Marlo Gentner-schlangen
Another fabulous Sunday funday morning at the market. Love this place. Feel like you've left Broward county without having to get on the dam highway.
May 2018 by Clara Martinez
Fun market, love the coffee place, handmade soap, had a great time
November 2017 by Aya K.
Just love here. No time for yelp. I think all food is good here. The chef must care about tiny details. Thank you so much for good food. Mexican Restraunt, LAFUTERA
December 2016 by Abraham Baksh
Lolas market has different atmosphere. You can pick up some neat repurpose findings from Donna and the girls. A variety of exotic teas from Robin. Hand made fashion jewelry from our native American Wesley. French cuisine Philippe creates delicious food at Gay Pari. You can get all natural stuff from Shea Experience. Like Shea Butter black soap, Moringa, incense, perfume oils, African drums and more... Coming soon Japanese cuisine from Mr Martin. He promises something special. Also a stage is being put in place for open mike promotion for local artist. Beer and wine will be available. It will be a cool place to hang out. Come down and see for yourself.
November 2016 by Charles Lee
Great place to relax while walking. Breath in the wonderful air that Florida has to offer this time of year. I bring my kids and they love the booths and vendors. Everyone is so nice and pleasant and always has a smile waiting for the next person. A place to tell everyone about.
October 2016 by Marqus R.
The address for Lola's Market is somewhat deceptive as it is located back in an area most of the Wilton Manors locals continuing referring to as being Eucalyptus Gardens though the actual business once known as Eucalyptus Gardens is long gone. Lola's is located within a large building that has the appearance of having once been a factory or warehouse, but now has a number of vendor like shops reminiscent the old hippie markets of '60's and 70's. What I really like about it is the casual laid back easy going atmosphere of the place. Within it you'll find areas selling various teas, aromas, healing salves, jewelry, original works of art, flea market like items along with antiques and decorator items. Also, some of the unusual. For example, while there I purchased a small tub of African Shea Butter, which is something you most likely won't find elsewhere. However, if you're a foodie like me, the highlight of the place is Le Gai Paris Bistro, which is just a small counter like restaurant but with an actual French cook serving up some really tasty offerings. Overall, Lola's doesn't amount to much, but can really be a nice place to hit while taking that Saturday or Sunday afternoon stroll as it is completely void of any high pitch pressure sales or other such tactics. It's also a good place wherein you might find that certain little unusual treasure item of your dreams.
August 2016 by Patrick Sanz
I love how the Eucalyptus Gardens area has come back to life! Philippe makes a delicious Croque Croissant. The honey butter next door is delicious. Trying out some Shea butter and African black soap for the 1st time. Parking in the area is tight. Look for Evan. He'll help find you find a space.
July 2016 by Alyssa M.
This is an adorable little market. After a coffee at the alchemist, I decided to take a quick peak over here to check it out because it looked so cute. Did a quick walk through, but everyone running their individual stands were very welcoming. I hadn't planned on buying anything but they still were very sweet and explained what they sell and a little of their backstory. One day I'll have to come back and get some nut butter from here. Or the honey butter, which apparently is delicious! Very hospitable, small market that's worth a look through if you're in the area. There's also a section that cooks and serves some food! I saw a grill/smoker outside as well.
May 2016 by Kathleen S.
KISS of APPROVAL for Wilton Manor's fabulous new treasure LE GAI PARIS French Bistro tucked inside LOLA's Market @ The Yard just off "the Drive". Croque Madame Croissant with side of micro greens, organic quinoa, mung beans and herbs in light vinegarette is outstanding. Chef Phillipe's menu provides a fresh new approach to classic French bistro favorites. The cozy chic corner bistro has front row counter seating where patrons chat casually with the Chef as he quickly prepares perfect selections served on cutting board palates instead of the all to common cafe styrofoam. Each of the 15 vendors are authentic and welcoming offering the highest quality of Products and Services within this funky eclectic artists village. We look forward to returning often.
April 2016 by Tim M.
This is a great little market. It reminds me of a European Marketplace. There is wonderful handmade soap, food, art, jewelry etc. It is a little tricky to find (but that is part of the charm). I went in by the Alchemist coffee and followed a path. You end up at a big building that used to be Lauderdale Lumber. The similarity ends on the outside. It is a lot to take in when you first walk through the door. All of the shops are built from antique furniture and reclaimed wood. Making each shop unique.
March 2016 by John Heimerdinger
This is an oasis in Fort Lauderdale that combines elements of Key West wth artisian markets from other countries. You will find fresh local foods and unique handmade products in a relxed fun atmosphere. Discover that special place right in your own " back yard" !!
February 2016 by Beth P.
Lola's appears to be replacing the defunct Eucalyptus Gardens. (I never made it to the old shops, so I can't make any comparisons.) They are weekends only right now, running as "special events". But from what I heard there, they are hoping to open during the week soon too. Lots of little stands on the same grounds at The Alchemist coffee shop: handmade soaps, nut butters, French food, dog treats-- all that kind of stuff. Everyone seemed very happy to be there and selling their goodies and the garden grounds around The Alchemist were adorable and well-populated with what I assume to be regulars. Parking is still an issue, as I hear it has always been. We were there midday on a Sunday, and they had a valet outside helping to point people to proper parking places. Only major down side we ran in to is that some of the shops are cash only and there does not appear to be an ATM anywhere on site. A quick run to CVS around the corner took care of that though! No web site or online info I could find anywhere yet, but they do have the beginnings of a FB page under their name.