One Hot Mama's

7-A Greenwood DR

Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

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Phone: (843) 682-6262

City: Hilton Head Island

Region: Coastal & Islands

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One Hot Mama's

Pull up a chair because One Hot Mama’s is one cool place! This family-friendly Hilton Head restaurant, , offers delicious baby-back ribs, pit-cooked barbecue, hand-cut steaks, char-grilled chicken, the world’s best wings, salads and more. For lunch, Mama’s offers a great meat & three, combo platters, burgers, wraps, and our famous barbecue platter.
We told you One Hot Mama's is one cool place! Come chill with us.

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