Our family would like to pay a tribute to a pioneer, an innovator, a visionary an African-American woman, Ms. Beverly Brinson. After leaving her home of Jackson, Mississippi, Beverly relocated to Los Angeles, CA in 1974. She travelled, by bus, with her 2 and 5 year old children, $17 in her pocket and a trunk full of encyclopedias. To this day she states she’s not sure why she packed the books, however education has always been important to her.
While growing up in Jackson, Beverly’s mother, Celestine (CC) was friends with Mary Stewart, Beverly’s Godmother. Mary was also the founder of M&M’s (Mississippi Mary) Soul Food and had relocated to LA, CA several years prior to Beverly’s relocation. Upon CC’s death, Mary and Beverly become closer. Mary eventually gifted Beverly with a restaurant of her own and the Torch of Success was passed to Beverly Brinson.
Today, Beverly passes that same torch to her daughter Toni B White and her son, Jerry Brinson Jr., who are both very proud to carry such a historical flame, now “Mississippi Moses.”
Out west, there aren’t a lot of places to indulge in good Ole Fashion Southern Food and that’s where we come in. Our traditional “Down-South Home Cooking” has been the best in town and a fixture in the Inglewood Community for the past THIRTY YEARS (founded in 1990). Our food is cooked fresh daily. We have daily lunch and dinner specials and a Sunday bunch buffet on our beautiful outdoor patio where you are invited to throw a special occasions for the one’s you love and respect. We are confident your stay with us will prove to be an experience you will want to repeat over and over again.
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