Local restaurants offer take out and delivery options on Mother’s Day

By on May 6, 2020

It’s safe to say that Mother’s Day this year will be a little different than we’re all used to, but you can still treat mom to a great day if you know where to look.

Despite lockdown regulations beginning to ease up, many restaurants are still closed. There are some still offering delivery or pickup orders, however, and these can be great options for showing mom how much you care while staying safe.

We asked Kristen Baughman, founder of Tabletop Media Group, for some of her suggestions for Mother’s Day. Tabletop Media Group is a Warrenton-based media agency specializing in the food, beverage, agriculture and lifestyle industries. Follow them on Instagram for more great suggestions.

STIR Raleigh

Located in Raleigh’s North Hills shopping center, STIR Raleigh is a great destination for Sunday brunch takeout and kits to make your own mimosas. Order mom delicious takeout options including shrimp and grits, biscuits and gravy, and more! STIR Raleigh is also offering Mimosa and Sangria kits to sip on with brunch. Each Mother’s Day meal serves five people and includes sides, along with one serving of matcha green tea cheesecake with whipped cream and macerated berries just for mom. Preorder by 2:00pm May 7 and up on Mother’s Day, May 10, between 11:00am and 2:00pm for brunch meals and 3:00pm & 6:00pm for dinner meals. Visit https://www.stirraleigh.com/mothers-day-brunch-dinner for more details.

Whiskey Kitchen

Looking to spend the day outside? Look no further than Whiskey Kitchen. Order one of Whiskey Kitchen’s Chef Board’s or You Pick Picnics kits. Pack a basket with these goodies from Whiskey Kitchen and a picnic blanket and take mom to a park to get some fresh air and sunshine. Options run the gamut from crispy broccoli and buffalo wings to chocolate chess pie and banana pudding, along with wine selections sure to give mom a day she’ll enjoy. Visit https://www.whiskey.kitchen/online-ordering/whiskey-kitchen/menu to check out the options.

kō.än

Maybe mom wants to stay in for the day – we’ve got that covered too. Serve mom breakfast in bed with kō.än’s Build Your Own Brunch Box! Built for 2-3 people, every kit includes a dozen eggs and your choice of breads and other goodies. Choose from things like Chef Drew’s goat cheese grits or thick applewood smoked bacon, and follow along with specific online video instructions for perfect scrambled eggs. kō.än also offers a mother’s day dinner kit including a protein, veggies and starch to create a dinner for Mom! See what kō.än has to offer at https://www.koancary.com/order

Robinson Ferry

Located in Warrenton, Robinson Ferry features Chef Ryan Grimm’s delicious Mother’s Day brunch. Each dish on the menu is served “take & heat” style and designed to feed four people. The restaurant is excited to include local Warren County products on the menu. The Mothers Day to-go menu features delicious options like hash brown casserole, crab cakes and Canadian bacon, so visit https://www.robinsonferrync.com/mothers-day to learn more.

Asali Desserts and Café

This is one for mom’s sweet tooth. Tucked away in Cary’s
McGregor Village, Asali specializes in Mediterranean desserts, cakes, small
plates, coffee, teas and more, and it’s likely they have something your mom
will enjoy on her special day. For instance, consider Asali’s Mother’s Day special: a
beautiful, modern 6 inch cake in your choice of three flavors — strawberry
with swiss buttercream and chocolate ganache, chocolate with salted caramel filling
or classic vanilla with bavarian cream. Hop on over to https://www.asalievents.com/cafe to
take a look for yourself.

While the COVID-19 outbreak undoubtedly has us living our lives differently nowadays, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find ways to show your mom your appreciation this Mothers Day. If you decide to pick up some food this week, make sure to follow all social distancing guidelines and consider wearing a face mask to keep yourself and others safe while celebrating.

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