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Give the gift of Big Mama’s – Order online gift cards here

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Our Kitchen Menu

APPETIZERS

BEVERAGES

OVEN FRIED CHICKEN

FRIED CATFISH

HOT SANDWICHES

SIDE DISHES

SALADS

DESSERTS

Our Kitchen Menu

APPETIZERS

BEVERAGES

OVEN FRIED CHICKEN

FRIED CATFISH

HOT SANDWICHES

SIDE DISHES

SALADS

DESSERTS

WHAT’S HAPPENING

Diaper Drive

May 17 - May 31

The Hungry Club

The “Hungry Club” at Big Mama’s Kitchen & Catering began back in 2008 as a vehicle to use our passion for food to bring the community together. Held on the first Wednesday of every month at noon, it is an opportunity to share food for thought, action and change in our community over a great meal. This event is free and open to the public.

The Hungry Club is presented by Big Mama’s Kitchen & Catering and Black Men United. Previous Hungry Club meetings can be viewed on Big Mama’s YouTube Channel. For more information or to inquire about how to be a guest speaker contact our host Willie Hamilton Founder Black Men United at admin@blackmenunited.org

For April the regular meeting is being moved from April 3, to April 10. During election season the Hungry Club has candidate forums that allow the community to get to know those running for office, hear their platform and ask questions. In April and May we will have the following candidate forums on Wednesday’s from 12pm – 1pm for the listed offices below:

Wednesday April 17th
12:30pm – 1:30pm
Legislative District 13

Wednesday April 24th
Legislative District  11

Wednesday May 1st
US Senate

Wednesday May 8th
US House of Representatives

Carrying on Big Mama’s Legacy

The joy that comes from cooking, feeding people and community are the reasons why our founder Patricia “Big Mama” Barron opened her restaurant.   We offer a unique variety of delicious home-cooked appetizers, entrées, ice cream and desserts from recipes that have been in our family for over 100 years. Big Mama’s children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren are committed to carry on her legacy of delicious soul food and bringing people together for generations to come.

Join us at our table and let us prepare a great tasting home-cooked meal just for you!

Patricia “Big Mama” Barron believed that everyone deserves a second chance.
Please help Big Mama’s vision alive by making a charitable contribution to:
The Metropolitan Community College Foundation to benefit the Patricia “Big Mama” Barron Culinary Scholarship.

WHAT’S HAPPENING

Diaper Drive

May 17 - May 31

The Hungry Club

The “Hungry Club” at Big Mama’s Kitchen & Catering began back in 2008 as a vehicle to use our passion for food to bring the community together. Held on the first Wednesday of every month at noon, it is an opportunity to share food for thought, action and change in our community over a great meal. This event is free and open to the public.

The Hungry Club is presented by Big Mama’s Kitchen & Catering and Black Men United. Previous Hungry Club meetings can be viewed on Big Mama’s YouTube Channel. For more information or to inquire about how to be a guest speaker contact our host Willie Hamilton Founder Black Men United at admin@blackmenunited.org

Carrying on Big Mama’s Legacy

The joy that comes from cooking, feeding people and community are the reasons why our founder Patricia “Big Mama” Barron opened her restaurant.  We offer a unique variety of delicious home-cooked appetizers, entrées, ice cream and desserts from recipes that have been in our family for over 100 years. Big Mama’s children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren are committed to carry on her legacy of delicious soul food and bringing people together for generations to come.

Join us at our table and let us prepare a great tasting home-cooked meal just for you!

Patricia “Big Mama” Barron believed that everyone deserves a second chance.
Please help Big Mama’s vision alive by making a charitable contribution to:
The Metropolitan Community College Foundation to benefit the Patricia “Big Mama” Barron Culinary Scholarship.

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