Heritage is very important to any family... especially the Martino Family.
Mama and Papa Martino came here from Italy in 1955 along with their son and two daughters. Mama always cooked for her family and friends on Sunday. It was a way of life for her.
The same marinara sauce and other fine sauces that customers enjoy at all three restaurants comes from the original Mama's recipe used back then.
These wonderful recipes stem from Mama's childhood in Italy where she worked as an apprentice making Italian pastries and fresh baked Italian breads. Before Mama and Papa came to America, they owned and operated an Italian Salumeria. Mama's expert cuisine produced numerous restaurants, three of which we still own today.
Forty years have passed since The Original Mama's opened on Long Island in 1970. Our famous garlic sticks, served with all dinners,will add pleasure to your dining experience. Our incredible appetizers, pasta, entrees, and other mouth-watering specialties are a tradition at Mama's.While dining at Cafe Figaro in Oakdale, you can enjoy a casual meal or an incredible Italian feast. The romantic decor of the dining room along with the soft piano music transports you to famous places in Italy.
Our menu selections are used at all of our three locations featuring special pasta, seafood, veal, and chicken specialties. Or, you may wish to discover the roomy bar where visitors can enjoy a comfortable casual meal and be waited on by friendly bar staff. Whether enjoying the dining room or the bar, you will find a warm comfortable atmosphere free from tension and pressure, a place where friends can meet, relax, spend time and enjoy great Italian food, fun, and entertainment. At our restaurants in Oakdale, Oakdale, and Oakdale you'll be greeted by our friendly and knowledgable staff. Whether dining at Cafe Figaro Mama's in Oakdale, Mama's in Oakdale or Mama's in Oakdale, only Mama's makes you feel like you're at home. After dining at one of our restaurants, we're sure you'll agree that Mama's are... restaurants to remember.