Serving southern style soul-food in a quaint home style atmosphere, Miss Mamie’s is quite the treat.  There are three things that you
should not pass up if you go: anything cornbread, anything fried and anything waffled.
 

The cornbread brought to the table first looks like plain ole cornbread.  It wasn’t until it hit my mouth, with a layer of butter, that I realized that there was
something special about the cornbreads recipe.  Soft and sweet, it might have been the best cornbread I’ve ever had.  It made me look forward to the
cornbread stuffing that the server suggested as a side.  The cornbread stuffing was just as good as the cornbread starter, but more complex.  Baked
with slices of peppers and onion, it had an added spicy kick as well.

























For dinner, I had the Miss Mamie’s Sampler.  My server also recommended it and I was not disappointed.  It included short ribs of beef that fell apart on
the plate and melted in my mouth, along with pork ribs smothered in a tangy BBQ sauce.   Also on the plate, there were candied yams, collards greens,
shrimp and fried chicken.  

Speaking of fried chicken, Miss Mamie’s fried chicken waffle is on the best in the city.  The perfect blend of salty sweet – if you start getting too full to
finish, just go for the fried chicken with syrup so that you can save room for dessert.  
The Sweet Potato Pie and Red Velvet Cake are worth it.
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Miss Mamie’s Spoonbread Too
366 W 110th Street, NYC
www.spoonbreadinc.com
Rachel Smith Althof
Review's Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too
Rachel Smith Althof
rachel.althof@gmail.com