Valentine’s Day at Mama’s
Friday, February 14- Sunday February 16, 2020 starting at 5pm
Join us with your loved one and enjoy a Romantic dinner with Mama’s!
Call to make a reservation: 41-276-3160
ALL DAY Monday; Tuesday-Friday 3pm-7pm; Sunday-Thursday 9pm-1am
Raw bar selections including steamed mussels for $7.50; 1/2lb steamed shrimp $9; 6 Blue Point oysters $9…and more!
Not to be outdone…crushes are $5; oyster shooters $4; $1 off all beer & wine
Check out the full offering Happy Hour Menu
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