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May 7, 2020

Deliver a Memorable Mother’s Day Celebration

Make this Mother’s Day memorable in all the right ways. Order in a special meal from some of NoMad’s finest restaurants and establishments. All you have to do is set the table.

If you can’t be with Mom in person, send her a wonderful brunch or dinner or she doesn’t have to cook.  You can even set up a Zoom session and have dinners sent to her household and yours so you can enjoy the meal together.  But if you can . . .

Prepping for the Meal

If you want to give Mom a full-service dining experience, advise her in advance what time her “reservation” is and let her know she’ll have the best seat in the house. Set the table ahead of time and have candles ready to light before the meal starts. Also, have the coffee maker or teapot ready to go so an after-meal coffee can be quickly prepared and served.

If Mom enjoys a cocktail, have drinks before the spread arrives. Offer her favorite drink or the “bartender’s special Mother’s Day’s libation” (anything with fizz feels extra-festive). When the food arrives, she can continue to enjoy happy hour while you plate the order.

If you want to go the extra mile, print a ‘menu’ of the selections you’ll be eating. Even burgers and fries will feel more fun and thoughtful when they’re on a printed menu.

Ordering the Meal

BLACKBARN: Get ready for delicious handcrafted artisanal dishes conceived by Chef John Doherty. Appetizers like Truffle Ricotta Gnocchi or Pizza Margherita start the meal off right. You can’t go wrong with an entrée of Oven Roasted Half Chicken, Grilled Tuna Steak, or BBQ Beef Ribs. Then, finish with BLACKBARN’s Rum Butterscotch Bread Pudding or Apple Cider Doughnuts. Check out the full menu here.

BONUS: every BLACKBARN entrée you purchase buys a Heavenly Harvest meal for the elderly homebound through Citymeals on Wheels.

Order BLACKBARN delivery through Seamless, Grubhub, and Caviar. Or call 212.265.5959 for pickup.

Bread & Tulips: Bring rustic Italian cooking home with a menu inspired by the regional diversity of Italy, featuring handmade pastas and pizzas, in addition to traditional antipasti, crostini, and more. And don’t forget the Tiramisu – delizioso! Check out the full menu here.

Order Bread & Tulips through Grub. If it’s your first order, get $5 off.

Woodpecker: David Burke’s Woodpecker and its sister restaurant Parker & Quinn have combined forces to bring you favorites like Crispy Shrimp Tacos, Blistered Shishito Peppers, Flatbreads, BBQ Pork Ribs, Korean BBQ Flank Stake, Charred Octopus, and Pan Roasted Salmon – just to name a few. If breakfast in bed is more Mom’s style, you can get breakfast all day long – New York Cheddar Scrambled Eggs, Nueske’s Bacon, Crispy Potatoes, and a choice of Wheat or White Bread.

Serving delivery or pickup. Check out the full menu here.

Hill Country Barbecue and Hill Country Chicken: What’s more appropriate than a menu inspired by the recipes of founder Marc Glosserman’s own mother and grandmother?  Crispy-crunchy Fried Chicken, Brisket, Pulled Pork, Spare Ribs, Turkey Breast are just a few of the authentic dishes you’ll find.  Some favorite sides are Longhorn Cheddar Mac & Cheese, Sweet Potato Bourbon Mash, and Campfire Baked Beans.  And save room for desserts like the Mason Pudding or PB&J Cupcakes.

Check out the Hill Country Barbecue deliver and pickup menu here.

Eataly Flatiron: If you’re feeling more ambitious, Eataly Flatiron’s market has fresh fish, meats, vegetables, pastas, and breads so you can prepare your own Mother’s Day spread.

If you’d rather the experts step in and lend a hand, explore dishes from La Pizza & La Pasta, house-made Panini and desserts. If you order on Caviar, choose from a selection of wines, sparkling Italian sodas, and cocktails. Check out what’s available here.

Remember, Mom isn’t your mother just one day a year, so feel free to order in and treat her beyond May 10. Even if you can’t be there in person to share the meal, knowing it came from you will reinforce that undeniable mother-child connection.