We wanted to find an original, local restaurant on our way out of Phoenix before we started our late night drive to Sedona...this place was a gem! It's like a step back in time with cozy decor and a wide range menu for any palate...More
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Historic restaurant still serving great meals. Known for their American classics, roast beef sandwich and their Italian fare, this small restaurant is a great place to fill up on your favorites.
Horrible experience. I ordered two pies five days prior. I went to pick them up and there was no order. They boxed up other pies. Neglected to tell me one pie had a piece missing and they put another piece in the spot. I opened...More
The place looks a bit run down outside, but this is usually the type of place that lets the food do the talking. The waitress was pleasant. The options are there for meals. The portions are good. Try the cheesecake. The price was very reasonable....More
Since 1970, this little place has been making homemade bread, pies and down home recipes for its' patrons. Originally owned by the sweet lady in the picture, now operated by Manuel Guillen. We started with a little loaf of homemade bread, honey butter and great...More
We eat at My Mother's Restaurant often. The food is always top quality and the prices are very reasonable. Some portions are so large, you might want to share. Don't let the exterior of the place fool you.
To look at it from the outside, there's not much to see or entice, but step through the doors and take a gander at the pie selection just inside the door and you'll want to sit down and try some! The food is very good...More
Visiting from out of town. Food was very good. Outside of building and decor of interior not very appealing but I'm not eating those. From watching the interactions of the wait staff with the patrons I would guess that the place is full of regulars....More
We dined My Mother's this week from a recommendation - and I would echo just about every other review on TripAdvisor: the restaurant is not in one of the better parts of Phoenix, one does not visit for the ambience as it's neither new nor...More