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Mona Lisa Ribbon Cutting December 17th

From the Chamber of Commerce:

 Mona Lisa Bakery and Pancake House is much more than a place to enjoy sweets and order breakfast.  Whether you're looking for breakfast, lunch, dinner, a sweet afternoon snack or dessert, you'll find it all at Metuchen's newest restaurant, "where the last bite tastes just as good as the first".

On Thursday, December 17th, representatives of the Metuchen Area Chamber of Commerce will be joined by Metuchen Mayor Thomas Vahalla for an official ribbon cutting ceremony and grand opening celebration welcoming Nancy Saied and Remounda Rezkalla, the proprietors of Mona Lisa.  Join us at 567 Middlesex Ave. at 4:00 pm as we cut the ribbon and sample some of their delicious menu items and pastries.

Mona Lisa Tops in Design as well as Food

sam & mona.jpgThe Mona Lisa stares at you as you head towards South Plainfield on Route 27--that glimmer of a smile beckons you to the cozy cafe/bakery. Like a little piece of Tuscany on Route 27, Metuchen's Mona Lisa Cafe has opened to rave reviews. With menus for all times of day and all manners of appetite, ample seating, their own parking behind the building and a pastry section that will keep you coming back for more (whether or not you grew up knowing what zeppole is or not), the Mona Lisa Cafe is sure to be packed every day, especially in the winter months.

Mona Lisa is OPEN!


Bring your appetite and love of all things delectable.  Mona Lisa Bakery is OPEN!  I stopped in this morning to say hello and the place was hopping.  Dozens of families were inside having a Sunday brunch and a there was nice line at the bakery counter.  The coffee is spectacular.  Stop by and say hello and treat yourself to a delicious meal or snack.  The bread counter is filled with perfect Brooklyn breads.  The owners are offering a 25% discount for holiday orders placed in November.  Click here for more detail on the family and the store. 

Mona Lisa Cafe bringing a little bit of Italy, via Brooklyn, to town

You should be able to smell the espresso by the first week in November when successful cafe entrepreneurs from Brooklyn bring their European style and Italian recipes to the Borough. 

Design images created by Christina Coutsoubelis Marcille of Spatial Forum in Metuchen. 


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