Description: La Hacienda first opened its doors for business in August 1985 ... It was the idea of a few enterprizing Queen Street musicians who were seeking a way to pursue both their musical and culinary endeavors. The answer they arrived at was to prepare hearty, inexpensive, fresh market Tex-Mex food for people just like themselves. The idea seemed to be a good fit for the Queen Street West of the 1980's, which was fast transforming itself into one of Canada's most recognizable destinations for Alternative / Underground music, fashion, art, and theatre.
La Ha's laid back bohemian atmosphere, eclectic music and spicy food found a real niche in the community and quickly became a neighbourhood hangout for musicians, artists and people who lived and worked in the area.
Over time, word began to spread about LaHa's fabulous Sunday Brunch Menu and it continues to grow and attract a loyal following for its array of hearty TexMex Omlettes and customer favorite LaHa French Toast.
Located just minutes from Toronto's Music district, La Hacienda continues to be a magnetic for visiting out of town musicians and bands who have made LaHa a must visit stop to eat and soak up the Queen Street West vibes before returning to their cross Canada tours.
La Ha's backyard patio has been called one of the best kept secrets on the Queen Street West strip. Cosy and quiet, tucked under a tree, its a great place to relax with a pitcher of Margaritas on a hot Summer night.