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Our Story

In August of 2013, Chef Robert “BB” Brunet opened Momma Pearl's with one goal in mind, to continue the tradition of serving great Cajun dishes made with love.

True Cajun Food

Creole Gumbo with Crab, Shrimp, Chicken, & Sausage. Jambalaya with Andouille Sausage. Crawfish Etouffee. Real N'awlins-style Po'boys. Chef ``BB``s own White Chocolate Croissant Roll Bread Pudding.

Authentic Recipes

Real home-style Louisiana Cajun comfort food just like Momma Pearl used to make.

Fresh Food

Made from the freshest ingredients and a whole lot of love we create the best flavors.

OUR DINING ROOM IS OPEN - COME ON IN

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Weekdays: 11-8 / Fri-Sat: 11-9 / Sun: 11-7 / Call (719) 964-0234 for Reservations / Covered Patio Seating Also Available

Chef Robert and Becky Brunet

Authentic Cajun Dishes From the Heart of Louisiana Bayou Country

Through a twist of fate, the former Becky Beale met Robert Brunet, the 10th of Momma Pearl Theriot’s 13 children, in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1996. Becky was a Service Manager at a downtown hotel, Robert was working with a New Orleans based production company bringing Mardi Gras to the masses. When they met, the sparks flew between them as fast as carnival beads from a parade float. After a brief, long-distance relationship, Becky, her daughter Megan and son, Nicholas moved to New Orleans to become a family. A few years later, their son, Alexander made the family complete. Becky pursued her career in hotel management and Robert continued to work in Information Technology until… Hurricane Katrina struck the “Big Easy” in 2005. Soon after the storm, they re-started their lives in Colorado Springs, both working in their respective professions. At the turn of the decade, in 2010, life landed another blow when both found themselves unemployed. They had to start all over, all over again. With the support of his life partner Becky, Robert, at the age of 50, chose to pursue a completely different career path in culinary arts when he began preparing and serving homemade meals in thousands of Colorado homes under “The House Chef” moniker. This venture later evolved into Becky and Robert’s first little restaurant in the Rockrimmon area of Colorado Springs, “Momma Pearl’s Cajun Kitchen”. In 2020, fate twisted its way into their lives again when they were able to relocate their widely acclaimed business into a much larger location in the Northgate area near the United States Air Force Academy. Becky and Chef Robert are pleased that you have joined us as we are so happy to share our lives together and spread a little Southern hospitality and . . .
“Love on a plate, Just Like Momma Pearl Used To Make.”