Grandma's Country Cooking has something to warm your soul
Last updated 1/12/2021 at 6:56pm
Grandma’s Country Cooking has been open for several weeks in Bridge City amongst the delays of Covid 19 and Hurricanes last year. The new restaurant features home cooking from family recipes and is located in Bridge City at 33 Patillo Road. The original Grandma’s which operates in Port Arthur on 9th Avenue has been a favorite of many for over 2 years.
They have been voted best plate lunch both years.
They have a set special each day, except Sunday. The specials come with two sides, bread and tea for $10.99. Grandma’s daily specials are: Monday-hamburger steak; Tuesday-meatloaf; Wednesday-pork roast: Thursday-beef tips; Friday-Shrimp; and Saturday-Whole Catfish for $14.99.
The restaurant manager “BW” Chipman, wants everyone to know they are so much more than home cooking. They offer fried shrimp, fried fish and also heart healthy versions of grilled shrimp and fish. Many love ordering the whole fried catfish they serve. Chipman says “It’s two pounds, and fills the whole plate.”
The chicken and sausage gumbo, as well as the delicious shrimp gumbo, is a 32 oz serving and is a favorite among diners. We can even provide gumbo by the gallons. Especially during this cold weather we have been experiencing.
“We have a very popular lunch crowd, because we specialize in getting people in and out real quick,” said Chipman.
“We’re a full service dine-in restaurant, curb side take out and catering your events or family meals” said Chipman. Don’t forget about the great desserts and cobblers Grandma’s offers daily too.
“We want Orange county to come see why “Life truly is better at Grandmas’,” Chipman adds.
Hours are 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Mon.-Fri., 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Sat. and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. on Sundays.
Call 409-313-6265 for take out, catering info or reservations.
The Bridge City Grandma’s is located at 33 Patillo Road in Bridge City.