Lolis makes one of the very best fish tacos in Tampa. The food truck turned restaurant now operates several locations across the Tampa area, and soon you’ll be able to enjoy their tacos during Tampa Bay Lightning games at Amalie Arena. Who needs a jacket for the ice rink when you have fiery salsa?
“As we kick off another Lightning hockey season, we are incredibly excited to continue our mission of enhancing the fan experience,” said Vinik Sports Group Chief Executive Officer Steve Griggs. “Cur(ate) TPA has been instrumental in shaping our vision for delivering Lightning fans and AMALIE arena guests the very best in fresh, local food and beverage options. We’re also excited to be rolling out innovative AI solutions to make it even easier for fans to enjoy all that we have to offer.”
Lolis Tacos and Bull Market are the two newest additions to the Amalie Arena roster, they join recent Cur(ate) Tampa standout Wicked Oak BBQ.
“Our commitment to offering diverse, locally-inspired food and beverages is stronger than ever,” stated Griggs. Lolis Tacos and Bull Market, winners of the second annual Cur(ate) TPA Challenge, are set to offer their authentic Mexican and fusion Asian-American creations, respectively.
The new, innovative lineup also includes iconic partners featuring Copper Cane Wine (Section 206), offering their portfolio of- consumer favorite wines, and Cutwater Spirits (Section 306), serving ready-to-drink cocktails for fans on the go. Further, Cigar City Brewing brings local craft beers throughout the arena.
You can currently visit Lolis at these 5 locations:
- 8005 Benjamin Road
- 10011 West Hillsborough Avenue
- 3324 West Gandy Boulevard Suite 2
- 56th Street, Temple Terrace
- 1825 N Westshore Blvd
Hyped for the upcoming Lightning season? You can see their full pre- and regular season schedule on Amalie’s website.
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