Celebrate Mother's Day with take-home brunch and other restaurant specials

click to enlarge Celebrate Mother's Day with take-home brunch and other restaurant specials
Nectar Catering & Events
Order Nectar's Mother's Day brunch spread for as many guests as you'd like.
Mother's Day brunch is a popular tradition for many families, but when restaurants are closed to dine-in service, what's there to do instead?

Many restaurants around the region are stepping in to help make the holiday special, despite the quarantine, with brunch kits and dinners to celebrate the special women in your family.

Here's an overview of just some of the many options available this year. It's highly advised (and in most cases required) to place an order days in advance to ensure availability.

The Melting Pot in downtown Spokane is back open for limited takeout service, offering fondue kits to enjoy at home this Mother's Day. Preorder a fondue kit ($79) for four, which comes with a bottle of wine and chocolate-dipped strawberries, for pickup on May 9 or 10.

The Barrel Steak & Seafood House in North Spokane is taking preorders for its Mother's Day family brunch kit ($89) through Thursday, May 7. The meal, which feeds four to six, comes with crepes or french toast, as well as whipped cream, scrambled eggs, fresh fruit, mini chocolate eclairs and mimosa ingredients.

Bruncheonette is reopening to offer takeout brunch kits for Mother's Day for pickup on Saturday or Sunday. Preorders are required by May 7, with options including a quiche platter ($40) and bacon sticky buns ($5), along with extras like fresh flowers ($35-$45) and mimosa ($15-$25) and bloody mary kits ($10-$30).

Max at Mirabeau in Spokane Valley is taking preorders through Friday, May 8, for its Mother's Day brunch. The prime rib dinner ($149) serves a family of four and comes with nine sides, including a sweet potato Mediterranean quiche, strawberry basil bruschetta and stuffed ricotta cheese crepes. See the full menu online.

Nectar Catering & Events has Mother's Day mimosa brunch kits priced at $17 per person. Order by Friday, May 8, for pickup or delivery the following day. The kit comes with mimosa ingredients, scrambled eggs, potatoes, bacon, waffles, fruit and yogurt. All food is fully prepared and comes with reheating instructions.

Celebrate mom with an Italian meal from Luigi's, which is offering two entrees ($24 each, comes with side salad and garlic bread or calamari), prime rib or seafood fettuccine, as well as homemade tiramisu for dessert. Preorder for pickup on Sunday, May 10.

Longhorn Barbecue in Airway Heights has a special barbecue feast, coming with 2 pounds of ribs, a whole chicken, sides, corn muffins and cupcakes from Sweet Frostings for dessert. Preorders are available, with the option to pick up in person or have the food delivered to your door for no extra cost. The meal ($60) feeds four, with an option to feed bigger groups starting at $16 extra.

click to enlarge Celebrate Mother's Day with take-home brunch and other restaurant specials
Twigs Bistro & Martini Bar
Twigs is taking preorders for this Mother's Day feast through Friday.
In North Spokane, 1898 Public House is offering its popular, annual Mother's Day brunch service in takeout form. Call to preorder by May 7 to pick up your food on Sunday between 11 am-7 pm. Choose from a three-course ham and turkey ($35) or prime rib ($45) meal. Full menu options are listed online.

Another popular local spot to treat mom is Twigs Bistro & Martini Bar, which is offering a Mother's Day meal kit ($150) to serve four to six guests. Each kit comes with 3 pounds of seasoned prime rib, 1 pound of wild sockeye salmon and several sides, plus dessert. Preorder by Friday, May 8; meals can be ready-made or take-and-bake style and are available at the South Hill, Valley and Wandermere locations. 

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Chey Scott

Chey Scott is the Inlander's Arts and Culture Editor and editor of the Inlander's yearly, glossy magazine, the Annual Manual. Chey (pronounced "Shay") is a lifelong resident of the Spokane area and a graduate of Washington State University. She's been on staff at the Inlander since 2012...