Our neighbors told us about this one and glad they did. It was a 2.5 hour drive to get there and we took back roads to keep it interesting. The pictures tell the story, it's a throw back to the fifties, maybe earlier. I think...More
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If you ever find yourself in this area around lunch time, you have to stop here. I know Mammy looks like she is in dire need of a face lift, but don't judge her food by her looks. Every time I go here, I feel...More
Looking at the outside of this place you wouldn't expect much. Well, let me tell you, you are wrong. Fantastic food, home made, and good value. Friendly family members to serve your food, which they most likely have made themselves. Stop here for breakfast or...More
This building is quite unique and worth stopping just for a photo, but if you happen to be there at lunch time, go inside and grab a table. They serve many kinds of sandwiches, soups and desserts. Whatever you do, don't forget to get your...More
This little place was a great place for lunch, all the food seem to be freshly made as well as the desert. Lots of history in this neat little place
Gotta give this one thumbs up because of the way it looks. The inside was so unique and all the different paintings, drawings, and interpretations of the Building that hung on the wall kept us in a lively conversation. My Husband enjoyed the Homemade Chicken...More
Road trip, girls weekend had lunch at Mammy's. Good home cooked soup and bread. Chicken salad generous portion. Blueberry Lemonade tart and cold. Unique stop. Political correctness has Mammy's painted much paler than expected but a fun stop nonetheless.