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  • Southern & Soul
  • 364 W 110th St, New York NY10025 40.801318 -73.960188
  • (Btwn Columbus & Manhattan Ave)
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  • (212) 865-6744
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User Ratings (Based on 49 reviews)

Food 3.8 Value 3.3
Service 2.8 Atmosphere 3.2

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 865-6744
(212) 865-0700
(212) 865-0854
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Order From Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too for delivery & takeout
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Mon-Thu: 12pm-10pm Sat: 12pm-11pm Sun: 11am-9:30pm
Dinner, Lunch
Accepts Credit Cards, Catering, Delivery, Kid Friendly, Live Music, Lunch Special, Online Ordering, Outdoor Seating, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible
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User Reviews

  • Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too

    Posted by Jennifer M on 05/26/2012

    Not recommended

    My mother-in-law, who is senior and has difficulty walking, wanted to go to Miss Mamie's this Saturday. We also had a child and an infant in our group. We arrived exactly at noon. The door was locked. We knocked, and the woman at the counter looked up at us, then back down. We knocked again. She looked up and made a "ten minutes" sign with her hands. At 12:10, we knocked but we could see no one, so we called. We explained we were outside in the heat with a senior citizen and an infant. We were told it would be another five minutes. At 12:15 we were allowed to come in and sit. It was just our table of 4, plus another table of 2 nearby. The woman who seated us promptly disappeared into the back. At 12:30 we were given menus. We ordered immediately, since we'd been reading the paper copies for the past half hour. At 12:45, we were given cornbread. It was good, I think--since we weren't given side plates, and it was very warm and crumbly, we tried to balance it in our hands to eat and it fell apart all over the table. Since the table was pretty sticky (as was the high chair and the regular chairs), we weren't going to pick the crumbs off the table to eat. At 1:00, I left since the food was nowhere near ready, and the baby needed a nap at this point. Many members of my family work in food and beverage. There is no excuse for being unable to serve food for over an hour after a restaurant's listed opening time. I could have easily cooked the same meal in an hour myself. Most restaurants will bring over extra bread, or at least apologize, after fifteen or twenty minutes. Your staff acted like over an hour wait was our fault for showing up so "early" when they weren't "ready." According to my family, the food, when it came, was adequate. However, they said it wasn't worth the price, let alone the unbelievable wait.

  • Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too

    Posted by anonymous on 09/12/2011

    Great local restaurant

    This is a great local restaurant with friendly staff, great music selection, cosy atmosphere and consistently delicious food. The prices are very reasonable, and it's good value.

  • Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too

    Posted by elaine on 04/15/2011

    absolutely great!

    3 friends and i just had a great dinner at miss mamie's - i can't explain the dissapointment some reviewers had below. we had the sampler platters which gave us a nice portion of several items - fried chicken (nothing less than excellent. as good as the best fried chicken i've had in the south - and i've had my share of it!); short ribs (terrific); spare ribs (vg); shrimp, catfish, mac and cheese, greens - everything was sooo good. and the waiter was so friendly and sweet. we will definitely return. it's a smallish restaurant. well worth the visit - highly recommended. and very reasonable for what you get.

  • Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too

    Posted by Irene on 02/15/2011

    I don't understond the good reviews

    I went for the first time last night to Spoonbread after having passed it on the #4 bus for years on my commute home. I had heard from a friend it had great food. I was up for some really good fried chicken and this sounded like the place. Unfortunately: not. The restaurant is small and charming. The young lady who waited on me was friendly and polite. However, the food I purchased was beneath mediocre and overpriced for what I got. Was this an off night?? Perhaps. I hope so. The fried chicken pieces were tiny, tiny and dry, dry, dry. The breast portion was like sawdust. The coating was more like oatmeal than fried chicken batter. Based on this experience I would never recommend this restaurant. I wrestled with myself about submitting a review. I really, really want this place to continue. I am writing only because sometimes a negative feedback can help put things on a better course.

  • Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too

    Posted by FoodiewithSparkle on 07/07/2010

    Gem of the Neighborhood

    The food was great and as someone who is well versed in Soul Food it is not common to find some real Southern cooking above the Mason Dixon. The atmosphere and service blended together in this wonderful neighborhood restaurant. Definitely will be returning and taking family and friends with me!

  • Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too

    Posted by Christy Nicole on 05/05/2010

    Not that great

    I ordered the other day and the greens were bland and I'm n love with black eyed peas but theirs are bland and hard! Over all not impressed! The red velvet cake is great!!

  • Miss Mamie's Spoonbread Too

    Posted by Anonymous on 02/04/2010

    Best Collard Greens and Fried Chicken

    I've had collard greens before, but it's always been overly salty/sweet. This was just right. The fried chicken was also nicely seasoned, and not greasy at all. Better than Rack and Soul, and better than Syvia's. And, they give you a nice drumstick and breast. Portions are great value. Service was great. When I mentioned to the waitress that it was the best collard greens, she gave me a container to take home, for free!

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