Mother’s Day is just around the corner—fortunately, Washington is set to offer a number of unique dining specials and food offerings that will help you to celebrate your mother in the most extravagant fashion Here’s where to celebrate Mother’s Day in Washington this year.
Kamonegi is celebrating Mother’s Day with a delicious pre-order offering. Visitors can indulge in an Ikura Oroshi Bukkake Soba for two (which is priced at $38) or a Kamonegi Okonomiyaki Brunch set which is priced at $58. These pre-order options are perfect for at-home preparation, and are available for pick-up on May 7 or May 8.
Kirkland’s very own restaurant, Hearth, offers unforgettable experiences everyday of the year—but Mother’s Day at this venue is really in a league of its own. Visitors can celebrate their mothers via a delicious all-day a la carte menu which features brunch, lunch, and dinner staples. The specialty menu is available on Sunday, May 9, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and reservations are recommended. Plus, food highlights include everything from eggs benny and smoke salmon tartine to maitake mushroom egg skillets.
Goldfinch Tavern, one of Seattle’s hottest restaurants which is located in the Four Seasons, is celebrating Mother’s Day with a quintessential tea-to-go on May 8 and May 9 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. This particular tea offerings includes a fresh floral arrangement kit, two tea varieties, a mini Bellini kit, tea sandwiches, and a number of other decadent goodies. The kit is priced at $190, plus there are other smaller tea packages which are available for purchase too.
At the Water’s Table in Renton, visitors can indulge in a beautiful Mother’s Day brunch menu that’s specially curated for the occasion. The menu features brunch staples like French toast and fried chicken, along with more unique offerings like a lemon blueberry waffle. The brunch at Water’s Table will take place on Sunday, May 9, and reservations are strongly encouraged.
Basalt, a foodie-favorite in Ellensburg, is hosting a special brunch in its downtown area. The expansive menu will treat guests to special items like crab cake eggs benedict, prime rib, yam hash and lobster mac ‘n’ cheese. Visitors can also elevate their meals with extensive cocktail offerings that include mimosas from the Basalt cocktail bar. And even on Mother’s Day, the kiddos can get in on the fun with brunch bites from a special menu. Basalt’s brunch will take place on Sunday, May 9 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.—seating is limited and advanced reservations are recommended.
Mother’s Day offers the perfect excuse to indulge in some really incredible food—and Lobster Daddy serves up a lot of it. The restaurant is currently operating under a semi-permanent residence at Vermillion in Seattle’s Capitol Hill. And while the space always excels in world-class seafood, its offerings are elevated even more this Mother’s Day with a “seafood bouquet” that comes in the form of a “Mama’s Got Legs Bouquet” which features two pounds of snow crab and a dozen prawns.
While there are few gifts greater than getting to share a meal and quality time with someone you love, ShopLocalKirkland.com—a new digital marketplace that makes it possible to find and purchase unique, local goods—boasts just enough thoughtful and crafty products that are perfect to gift for Mother’s Day. The digital marketplace is launching a Mother’s Day initiative to be a “one stop shop” for how to celebrate Mother’s Day in this premiere lakefront destination and support the local business community. People can visit the website to find Mother’s Day specials for both online purchases and in-person ideas on how to celebrate Mom in Kirkland, Washington.