Mother’s Day 2021 specials in the St. Louis area

If you’re wondering where to celebrate Mother’s Day at Lou, here is a list of restaurants that have special offers

ST. LOUIS – Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 9th of this year, and several restaurants in the St. Louis area are celebrating with specials for the weekend.

If you’re wondering where to celebrate Mother’s Day at Lou, here’s a list of the specials we’ve found so far.

Eckerts Farm & Country Restaurant

Eckert’s Farm & Country Restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner on Mother’s Day. The special menus serve for dinner with fresh products from the farm.

Brunch options include asparagus and feta frittata, served with fruit and a homemade muffin, plus chicken and waffles. The restaurant also offers a family chicken meal where two or four people are fed mashed potatoes and gravy.

Mother’s Day menus are available from 8 to 9 May from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. To make a reservation click here or call 618-233-0513 x 3.

Nathaniel Reid Bakery

The Nathaniel Reid Bakery offers a variety of sweet treats for Mother’s Day.

Guests can order cakes like the 6-inch Fraisier for $ 40, which includes fresh strawberries, vanilla cream, and a finger sponge. or the $ 38 6-inch jarmo that contains pistachio dacquoise, strawberry raspberry jelly, and pistachio mousseline.

Other offers include a six-piece macaron box for mothers for $ 12 or a 12-piece quiche for smoked salmon and dill for $ 36, and a Nathaniel Reid bakery for $ 46 for $ 10-12. The baking box contains two Kouign-Amanns, two croissants, two chocolate croissants, two blueberry cream cheese Danish, two almond croissants and two chocolate-almond croissants.

The desserts can be picked up from April 28th to May 8th. The bakery will be closed on May 9th and 10th during normal operating hours.

Clementines Dairy

Clementines Naughty & Nice Creamery is now offering its hot chocolate bombs at half price for Mother’s Day. Guests can choose between milk chocolate, floral flavors or juicy flavors.

Here is a photo of Clementine’s rose and lavender flower bombs:

Cafe la Vie

Café la Vie, the bar and restaurant at Le Meridien St. Louis Clayton Hotel, offer two Mother’s Day experiences.

On May 9, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Café la Vie will serve a Mother’s Day brunch with small plates of bacon brochettes or CLV tots loaded with duck confit jerky and provolone fondue. Large plates include Buttonwood Farms Eggs Benedict and a Pastrami Salmon Tartine. The brunch menu prices range from $ 10 to $ 32. If you want to make a reservation, click here.

The restaurant also offers a sommelier, sausage pairing, and live music on the hotel’s own open-air pool terrace from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. An à la carte cocktail and wine menu is also available on the pool deck.

Wine tasting tickets are $ 35. Click here to get more information.

Grace Meat + Three

Grace Meat + Three offers a Mother’s Day brunch package that includes a whole chicken, four waffles, and mimosas for $ 65 and feeds 2-4 people. You can order the special for dinner or pre-order it for pickup. The collection for Mother’s Day takes place on May 9th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Click here to place an order.

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Russells

Russell’s will be open for brunch on Mother’s Day at the Macklind location.

The brunch service takes place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and includes:

  • Cinnamon rolls for $ 8
  • Grilled French toast for $ 11, made with vanilla and cinnamon pudding soaked country bread, lemon curd, whipped cream, and fresh berries
  • $ 14 Fried Egg Breakfast Sandwich made with fried smoked ham, sunny fried egg, flavorful mustard aioli, and a toasted bun

Guests can also opt for a juicy Mother’s Day brunch with a mimosa or Bloody Mary for $ 8 and a cold brew cocktail for $ 10 or a seasonal cocktail.

Click here for the full brunch menu.

Sweetology

Sweetology is offering a Mum and I Mother’s Day Cake Decorating Course on May 8th.

Participants design their own flower cupcakes and decorate a Mother’s Day bouquet while drinking tea. Fathers are also welcome if they want to bake a cake to surprise mom. “Fur Mamma” kits are also available, according to Sweetology.

The courses are available at both locations in O’Fallon and Town and Country.

Volpi Foods

With Charcu in Lou, Volpi Foods offers an assembly class for sausages for Mother’s Day. For $ 30, customers can get a zoom link to the class, which takes place on May 8th at 1:30 p.m., and a wish list of items customers can purchase for the class itself. Customers can purchase a charcuterie kit with the items used in the class for an additional charge of $ 50.

The kit includes: a 13 inch disposable board, a small jar of honey, a brie wheel, a semi-hard cheese (Manchego), a hard cheese (Aged Cheddar), two charcuterie (pre-cut Volpi Bresaola and ham), two artisanal crackers, one Casserole dish with nuts, a Mother’s Day biscuit and a handout with tips and tricks, recommended wine pairings and luxurious “add-ons”.

Kits can be picked up from the Volpi Foods retail store in The Hill on May 6th. To enroll in the class or purchase a kit, click here.

Anheuser-Busch beer garden

The Anheuser-Busch beer garden offers a brunch set for Mother’s Day to celebrate the day at home.

The $ 100 brunch kit includes a full breakfast for four with six eggs, cookies and Budweiser sauce, cheesy potato casserole, cinnamon rolls with porter frosting, candied bacon, and fruit. It also includes a charcuterie agreement for two and a 6-pack of Anheuser-Busch products.

To purchase a kit, you need to order online by May 1st and be picked up on May 8th from 12pm to 4pm

Click here for more info.

Boone Home Historic Site

The historic Daniel Boone Home celebrates Mother’s Day with a tea tasting on May 8th.

Lunch was divided into two sections to allow social distance: 11am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm. Tickets for the event are limited to 50 guests per session.

The event features a selection of historic and modern teas, as well as prepackaged finger sandwiches and cookies. Participants of all ages are invited to tour the picturesque village grounds, where interpreters are stationed in several buildings.

According to a press release, the interpreters will “explore professions and roles” that Missouri frontier women practiced in the early 19th century.

Participants will receive a voucher for a half price tour to the Boone Home and the chance to win a teapot by purchasing $ 1 competition tickets. Admission is $ 8 per person and registration is required. Masks are required in the buildings and gift shop.

To make a reservation click here or call 636-949-7535.

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