Big Mama's has closed as of January, 2013. The Acadia Grill has reopened in this location under new management.
I had high expectations for this place, but they were quickly shot down. As soon as we walked in we were greeted by bare white walls and the odor of what smelled like bug spray. The food looked as if it had been sitting there...More
Expected more from this place. What could be a rockin', off-the beaten-path gem was just a bore. Not really soul food, not really good food, no atmosphere, and the corn muffins were burned. Sorry Big Mama but you need to kick it up a notch...More
There's a well known place in Chapel Hill called Mama Dipps who has built a name on southern soul cooking. Big Mama's here in Winston-Salem will give Mama Dipp a run for her money. Big Mama's is better than Mama Dipps! I now don't have...More
The chicken & dumplings was fantastic, all of the vegetables were fresh and cooked perfectly and the corn bread,YUMMY!!!! The owner was very friendly and I am going to be a regular customer!!
Good ole Country cooking at it's finest. This was my second trip. My first trip was a vegetable plate and those were the best greens I have ever had in my life!!! My second trip I had baked chicken and it was wonderful. This lady...More
This unpretentious Southside eatery in the old Acadia Grill building serves up home cooking the way it should be done - the collards, for example, are as good as can be made. Other regular menu items like country style steak and beef tips over rice,...More