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Quick Service Eateries & Tasting Rooms

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58

WEBSITE
mamahawkskitchen.com

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Mama Hawk’s Kitchen & Coffee is a bright, cheery place to grab a cup of amazing coffee, a quick bite or a delicious baked treat. Our coffee is brought to you by Thou Mayest Coffee Roasters in Kansas City, whose motto is, “take fun seriously.” It’s the perfect fit for Mama Hawk’s, because we are very serious about fun in our kitchen, just as we are very serious about serving our guests the very best of everything we have to offer. Alongside our hot, cold, or frozen specialty coffees, you’ll find an array of baked goods, Mama Hawk’s own special recipes, baked right on the premises. From light fluffy cinnamon buns, to warm chocolate chip, or pink frosted sugar cookies, you’re sure to find a special treat. Need to grab a quick lunch? We have you covered! Enjoy a personal sized wood-fired pizza, a toasted panini, a salad or a cup of soup. We serve up our small plates fast and full of flavor. Whether you are local, visiting, or just passing through, we invite you to step through our doors, enjoy a seat by the fireplace, near a sunny window or outside on the patio. We welcome you to Mama Hawk’s Kitchen & Coffee. It is our happy place, and we hope it will be yours too!

Who is Mama Hawk?

Liz Hawkins, from New Hope, PA. She is the mother of 4 grown children, and 2 (so far!) grandchildren. While her kids were still living at home and going to school in New Hope, their friends would often visit their home, sit in her retro turquoise painted kitchen, chat with Liz at her counter and eat fresh baked treats. They gave her the name Mama Hawk, and it stuck!

She opened her first Mama Hawk’s Kitchen in the small town of Hamilton, MO north of Kansas City. Hamilton is a destination city for quilters, and is deemed Quilt Town, USA. Liz had spent 10 years in the quilt industry as a quilt and textile designer before opening her kitchen in Hamilton. She spent two years there, building her Mama Hawk brand before moving back to her home in New Hope. She’s excited to offer her full menu at Peddler’s Village.