Baja Sonoran breakfast restaurant Mother Hubbard’s Cafe announced they are open the public for only a few more days.
The Mother Hubbard’s Cafe page on Facebook posted the following:
Mother Hubbard’s opened in 1973 and developed its reputation for low-cost breakfasts and its support of the local community of people living with HIV and AIDS. When Kelzi Bartholomaei acquired the restaurant in 2010, she introduced in-house cured and smoked meats and specialty waffles.
Another priority was representing traditional cookery of Native American people. About 80% of the ingredients are sourced from Arizona and immediately surrounding states.
Additionally, the restaurant partnered with local nonprofits that offer culinary training programs to disenfranchised, under-served, and low-income populations and preferentially hire graduates from those classes.
Favorite dishes exclusive at Mother Hubbard’s include the Green Corn Waffle, Bisbee Bowl, and Huevos Elysia.