MOLINE, IL/ APRIL 22, 2013 - Miss Mamie's Restaurant and Bar in Moline is hosting a grand re-opening week from April 22nd to the 28th.  Miss Mamie's will be introducing their new, fresh and casual vibe along with new chef-inspired entrees they're adding to their menu.

Over the past six months, Miss Mamie's has made some dramatic renovations to their restaurant, as well as incorporating a new look.  These changes have included remodeling both the interior and exterior of the restaurant; along with a new look to their menu.  These changes compliment the rich tradition of entrees this restaurant has been known for throughout the area, while adding an upbeat and relaxed flair to your experience.

When asked about these changes, Mike Osborn, owner and head chef of Miss Mamie's Restaurant and Bar says, "While we're keeping most of our popular entrees, we're adding some fresh new entrees to add to your overall experience with us.  Adding these items wouldn't be complete without updating the ambiance of the restaurant as well," Mike also says, "Some people might refer to what we're doing as budget gourmet food. We just call it good food, served at a great price with a little extra finesse."

About Miss Mamie's: Miss Mamie's Restaurant and Bar is located it Moline, Illinois.  We define fresh as locally sourced steaks, cut in our kitchen. The best seafood we can buy. Crisp salads with house-made dressings. Original entrees crafted by a culinary chef and offered at a good value in an established, locally owned Quad Cities restaurant. Our restaurant and menu embody a casual coastal flair you won't find anywhere else in the area. There's something for every food mood and flavor lover, so let us take care of your current craving, whether it's salad or steak, sandwiches or seafood.


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