Shut down by Covid, owner Fabian Zamora and is wife Alejandra shifted to bagel baking to stay in business but are ready to welcome back old friends for lunch and breakfast
Emma’s Deli re-opens Monday.
Patrick O’Heffernan, Ajijic. Bagels and lox anyone? They will be ready for you Monday morning at the grand re-opening of Emmas’s Deli at Ramón Corona 5, a half block south of the Lake Chapala Society in Ajijic. Or come for lunch and the new sirloin burgers.01
A favorite of the Expat crowd since opening as they learned that owner Fabian Zamora and his wife Alejandra have perfected the American-style hot dog (Chicago, kraut or cheese), Reuban sandwiches, and Pastrami on Jewish rye for a bit of New York or Chicago in Ajijic. Emma’s was full almost every day with Expats wandering over from LCS or their offices and apartments in the neighborhood for lunch, or even from San Antonio Tlayacapan. But, even with some outdoor seating, Zamora said they could not remain open with the Covid infection rates in the Red Light zone. So to stay in business they shifted to making bagels that are now found in markets throughout Lakeside.
But with the Covid shutdown lifted, Fabian and Alejandra decided it was time not just to re-open, but to expand their hours to include breakfast and beef up with menu with bagels and lox and sirloin burgers. Plus fresh bagels are available at the deli, along with their traditional apple pie, New York cheese cake and matzo ball soup.
Word got out so their were people lined up on Thursday for an unadvertised “soft opening” to make sure the recipes were spot-on. Monday is the full scale opening with breakfast starting at between 8:3- and 9 am and lunch from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm. Covid protocols will be in place .
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