There is a new brunch/lunch spot at the north end of the Church/Wellesley Villiage. Anyone been? The menu sounds promising. The two female owners gave out home made boxes of cookies to my office (as it's in the same neighborhood). The cookies where DELICIOUS! And the owners were lovely and seemed eager to please. I'm hoping these two can make a go out of it. It's a little off the beaten path and has a revolving door for new restaurants it seems. Any reports back would be appreciated.
Weird hours according to their website:
Mon - closed | Tues - Fri - 11am - 3pm | Sat - Sun 10am - 4pm
Guess they are just going for the lunch and brunch crowd. According to the website it says as of June 1st they would open at 7am but they haven't updated the hours on the bottom of the page if that is true.
Menu looks interesting but will probably never be in the area when they are open!
We live in the 'hood and for whatever reason just never go around to eating here but went today and had an excellent brunch. The food was fresh and creative. Partner had the mushroom bene which was fantastic. I had the eggs ranchero which included amazingly spiced black beans, and super fresh tasting salsa and guac. Service was fast and friendly and the space was very comfortable. This place really is a neighbourhood gem and feel guilty that we hadn't stopped in earlier, but will be back for sure.
I remember when they opened they were doing dinner as well. But looks like they're open until 3 and doing the brunch/lunch thing now.
Brought my visiting sister there today for a late brunch and this place knocked out socks off again. I had teh Egg's lola which is a poached egg on a crispy corn tortillia with a spicy pulled chicken. Delish and the side of super fresh green salsa was amazing. Sister got the eggs bene which was also stellar.
I'm fortunate that this place is in my backyard but it really is one of the best brunch spots I've enjoyed in this city. Everything tastes super fresh and the service is always really good too.
I had a great brunch at Lola's Commissary on Sunday. The website says they open at 9 am, so we got there around 9:30 to face a locked door and hours showing they open at 10. We were most bummed, but one of the servers saw us, came to the door and we told him about the web site hours. He let us in out of the cold rain and let us chill with our newspaper until 10. It was most appreciated.
They squeeze their own juices IN HOUSE, which I find rarer and rarer these days. I had the eggs rancheros and a yummy grapefruit juice, while hubby had the basic french toast and a rockin' strong coffee. My eggs rancheros are now my favourite rendition I've had in the city -- two crispy corn tortillas fully loaded with eggs, cheese, black beans, fresh guacamole, fresh tomatillo salsa and a great pico de gallo with corn. Totally delicious. Hubby was very happy with the french toast -- simple, but just right and made with challah bread, as all good french toast should be! And he raved about the coffee.
The service was great -- super friendly and attentive. We loved the atmosphere -- warm, funky and bright with great local artwork everywhere.
We're looking forward to going back!