Mom Deserves a Good Meal
From prepped meals to cook at home to brunches out on the town, we’ve got you covered for your Mother’s Day meal plans.
Take-out brunches are available on Saturdays and Sundays with dishes like fried chicken and corn griddle cakes or fried green tomato BLTs.
Bake-at-home brunch packages include a frittata and dessert people or a dinner package for four to six people with options like rosemary and sage roasted chicken or dijon and herb roasted pork tenderloin. Orders need to be in by May 6.
Harvest is setting up tables in the apple orchard, spaced apart for social distancing, and offering a prix fixe menu with mimosas too. For customers who prefer take-out, take-out brunch boxes with a meal for four plus coffee or mimosa kits.
At Nicola’s, Mother’s Day brunch will be offered as a take-out meal, and they’ll be posting the menu on Wednesday, May 6.
Individual entrees or family-size pans can be ordered for Mother’s Day pick-up, and there are some fun dishes on special like Italian fries, wonton frittata and breakfast lasagna. (Don’t forget to order the family-size dishes in advance by noon on May 9!)
Progress will have dining room reservations available for Mother’s Day, or Mother’s Day brunch kits that you can order for take-out. To-go boxes include Neighbor’s Mill croissants with jam and Nutella, smoked trout dip, bacon, sausage, yogurt with granola, a frittata kit and a mimosa kit.
Mother’s Day brunch to-go packs are ready-to-heat and include savory and sweet options like Monte Cristo breakfast casserole.
Order in advance for Saturday pickup, so you have what you need for Sunday brunch at home. There are mini-quiches, mini frittatas, homemade biscuit kits and more.
For Mother’s Day, The Wildseed is offering family-size meals to-go, enough to serve four with options like bourbon-glazed salmon, roasted pork or Monterey chicken with lots of yummy sides.
Brunch here is for curbside pickup or delivery and includes a spread of tasty options for $25 per person, plus drink specials.