Try classic sandwiches with a twist at Lola’s Handcrafted Kitchen

Eat local, eat Lola's!

**NOTE: We originally published this story on August 10, 2018. Since then, Lola’s has relocated and is under new ownership.**

Lola’s Handcrafted Kitchen quickly became a household name for the Tyler and East Texas community. They serve sandwiches, soups and salads, along with some homemade chips.

The menu, available here, is filled with all of your favorite classics, but with a twist. Their Grilled Cheese includes 3 cheeses, prosciutto and a tomato all between their homemade white bread. The worst part of Lola’s is having to choose only one sandwich to eat at a time.

“Lola’s prides itself in using fresh local ingredients. The mission is simple. Serve delicious, local food that guests will want to return to week after week, therefore enriching our own community in the process.”

Everything on the menu is made from scratch, from the bread, to the corned beef, to the kicked up chips.

Behind the walls, there’s a team of incredible employees working to make sure each and every sandwich is made with the freshest, and tastiest ingredients before it ever hits your table.

Executive Chef Andrew Czop says he doesn’t make anything he wouldn’t want to eat, and the quality of every sandwich validates that.

Lola’s was originally located off of Old Jacksonville Highway, just south of Toll 49 in Tyler, but they’ve moved.

You can now find Lola’s Handcrafted Kitchen at 5377 South Broadway Avenue in Tyler.

They’re open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. all week.

Click here to visit their website.

You can find them on Facebook and Instagram.

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