Mama’s On The Half Shell Is TEMPORARILY Closed

Due to the Covid restrictions placed on restaurants in Baltimore City, Mama had to shut down the Half Shell.

In the meantime, we’re shackin’ up with our sister out in Towson!

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Every Friday-Sunday

Join us for fresh shucked Oysters & Shooters! Specials rotate, so be sure to check out the offer on Facebook or Instagram!  
*Weather Permitting

Take it Shuckin’ Home!

Always Available

Want Oysters from home?
We’ll pack em’ up and send you on your way with cocktail sauce, lemon, an Oyster Knife & instructions on how to shuck at Home!


Extended Outdoor Seating

Every Day!

We have built am amazing dining experience just for YOU!
Our outdoor parklets give you the complete Mama’s experience outside! We look forward to seeing you soon!


Parklet Drink Buckets

Linwood Avenue Parklet


Have we made an experience for YOU!
Our parklet on Linwood Avenue has been fitted with Drink Buckets to fill with your favorite Mama’s Beverages!

-Personal Bloody Mary Bar (2-6 guests)
-Personal Mimosa Bar (2-6 guests)
-Personal Beer Bucket (8 Beers)

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