Despite the move to begin reopening restaurants, it’s unlikely that we’ll see full restaurant restoration before Mother’s Day, which, by the way, is May 10, just a little over a week away.
Mother’s Day has traditionally been one of the busiest dining days for restaurants, and while we won’t see tables of four, six or eight people taking mom out for brunch, it’s still likely to be a popular takeout day.
So, as usual, we’ve compiled a list of restaurants that are offering Mother’s Day dining options, with an emphasis this year on takeout and delivery.
Take a look at the list – better yet, send the link to your Mother and ask which restaurant she prefers – then place your order. Be aware that some restaurants will not be open on that Sunday, so a Saturday pickup may be required.
It’s always a lovely thing to be able to treat your mother on her special day. This year, you can show her some extra love by continuing to protect her and let her enjoy a good restaurant meal in safe isolation.