Owners Max Becerra and Zoe Rieder opened the doors of Lola’s Eatery in December of 2019. To say they hit the ground running is a total understatement. Before officially opening their doors, Becerra and Rieder catered private brunches and hosted pop-up brunches, giving locals a little taste of what to expect when officially opening their brick and mortar. This lower Lawrenceville spot offers fresh-baked bagels, customized cakes, delicious donuts, and so many more delicious food options. This eatery also features an oh-so Insta worthy memo board and aesthetic.

  • Lola's Eatery
  • Lola's Eatery
  • Lola's Eatery
  • Lola's Eatery

 “ “LOLA” stands for Lower Lawerenceville, a community that has played a big role in Zoe’s life, “LOLA” also translates to “Grandmother” in the Filipino language. Max’s Filipino and Mexican background brings a unique inspiration to their dishes while the baked delights are fashioned from Zoe’s imagination and nonpareil pastry skill.”

Now that we are in the green phase, Lola’s is currently offering walk-in take-out over the weekend with outside seating on a first-come, first-serve basis which doesn’t require any pre-ordering. When the time is right customers will be able to enjoy their delicious donuts and other dishes in their aesthetically pleasing dining room. Trust us, it will be worth the wait!

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Shannon Daly

Shannon Daly is the founder and content creator of the social media platform, PittsburghPlates. Her personal and professional life revolve around everything food. Whether she is entertaining, or trying a new local eatery, Shannon loves to use her passion for food and photography to bring together a food focused community, who equally share her passion for all things delicious.

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