Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront – Mamma Mia

Mamma Mia’s Italian restaurant has a location on the Plymouth Waterfront. n 1974, Pasquale “Pat” and Giovanni “John” Viscariello, brothers from Airola, Italy opened their first restaurant in Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront - Mamma Miathe small town of Kingston, Massachusetts. They decided to name their restaurant “Mamma Mia’s” in honor of their Mother. Their wives, Maria “Francesca” and Eugenia “Jenny” worked beside them. Their children, Salvatore “Sam”, Antonio “Tony”, Gina, and John, grew up in the business, making pizza boxes by the hundreds until they were tall enough to reach the pizza counter. 40 years later, their Grandchildren are hand tossing pizza and learning the business. Mamma Mia’s quickly became known as “The first name in family dining”. Inspired by integrity and traditional family values. The generations continue working together serving the highest quality, authentic, Italian food. The mission today remains unchanged. Provide superior hospitality, reasonable prices, and old world Italian food with great pride and dedication. Mamma Mia’s offers homemade pizza, pasta, and more!

Waterfront dinner specials

Monday, $9.99 Dinner Specials
Tuesday, Dinner for Two
$39.95 w/ wine, $27.99 w/out wine

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Had lunch at a favorite, Mamma Mia’s on the Plymouth waterfront, to use a coupon that expires today and take advantage of the last day of free parking. Excellent food, luncheon portion of veal parm for me and fish and chips for DH. We both have leftovers. In fact, there was so much fish on his plate, I wondered if they had served him the dinner portion. He says their fish and chips is the best around. And the veal, what can I say? Always delicious and plentiful!

Pizza and salad at Mamma Mia’s on The Plymouth waterfront. A perfect spot for a perfect quick dinner. And leftovers, too. Love sitting at the upstairs bar. I guess lots of folks had the same idea of getting out tonight. Can attest to the crowds at Mamma Mia’s and a quick ride through town, confirmed what others were saying. Crowds at all the restaurants!

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You’re all familiar with a plate of ziti and meatballs and veal parm and salad! Those were our choices for a late lunch at Mamma Mia’s In Plymouth and good choices they were. Opted for a salad instead of pasta with the veal, but did get a taste or two of hubby’s ziti (and he had leftovers for tomorrow’s lunch). The veal was so good as was the requisite sauce! There was bread to “mop up” the extra sauce. As always, wonderful service from Lauren and a modest check of just over $30 with tax and tip with an adult beverage and an iced tea!

It was very busy but we managed to get seated right away.  My friend  started with a fruity red Sangria and I opted for a Tiramisu Martini….both were excellent. Then she  had a cup of tortellini soup while I went with my favorite minestrone….both were served nice & hot and were very tasty. Hot rolls & butter were brought out to be enjoyed with our soups…they were soft, hot and very fresh. Yum. For our main course we both chose a pasta dish. she went with baked manicotte and I had cheese ravioli with a fantastic bolognese sauce. They were both cooked perfectly and were delicious. By now we were more stuffed than our pastas had been…but we decided to share a piece of lemon-blueberry cheesecake

INCREDIBLE food! If you want Italian food done right and on the waterfrront , Mamma Mia’s is DEFINITELY a good place to go!

Amazing manicotti not to mention great view and friendly service, love it!! Best italian food I’ve had! ! Best birthday dinner ever

Hours:Sunday-Thursday 11 AM-9 PM, Friday-Saturday 11 AM-10 PM