Profile Essay

Topics: Restaurant, Alcoholic beverage, Public house Pages: 2 (616 words) Published: December 2, 2014
Dayton Purcell
10/10/2014
Saurmen
English 101

Profile Essay
Mama Mea’s Pizza and more is family owned and operated by Boo and Brandy Beechem. The service and food are both outstanding. From the amazing hand tossed pizza too the delicious wings. Price range from 3.00-33.00 dollars depending on what you get. One item on the menu the Big Reb is the most expensive pizza because it feeds 8-10 people, and that is the only time you will spend more than 10.00 dollars on food. “The best thing to get at Mama Mea’s is of course the pizza and the boneless Garlic Parmesan wings.”

When you walk into Mama Mea’s you already get and awesome vibe from the smiling faces ready to seat you. “When you walk into Mama Mea’s you already know that the service is going to be great because of the smiling faces and the young ladies already ready to help assist you.” The young waitress at Mama Mea’s care a lot about the people who walk through the door and are ready to serve and make you feel like you’re at home. The waitress are dressed in Khakis and Black shirts and presentation is all around wonderful. Mama Mea’s cares a lot about the customers that come in and always make sure they are getting the best service so they offer daily specials.

When you walk in you there is a main dining are with two flat screen TV’s and 2 small flat screen’s the TV’s play sports events all day. On the walls there are also pictures and news articles of Dover, TN. You are allowed to sit wherever you would like and have a chose between booths or tables. Mama Mea’s is a sports bar and a family dining so in separate room there is a bar. “Having the TV’s that play game events really brings in a lot of customers on Sundays because it’s the only place in Dover that you can eat in, drink beer and watch football.”

At Mama Mea’s we serve beer and offer a separate dining area which is the bar. When seated in the bar you don’t have to be 21 anyone is welcome to sit in the bar. In the bar there is a big...
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