Mother Hubbard's Restaurant
7 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
Native American/Mexican twist on breakfast. Order one of their special waffles, or any one of their home sausages. Unfortunately, it's a tiny establishment, so be prepared to wait a little bit, or feel a little claustrophobic. Still worth it.
You could walk - it's close. Corner of Grant and Stone. In a strip mall - you'd never even see it. Great!
Green corn Waffles. House made chorizo! Fresh squeezed orange juice. Fun ambiance.
Great place for breakfast. Native American fusion food with great green chile waffles. Top notch.
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