Mother’s Day Specials Abound in the San Antonio Area
Here are some offerings that some of the restaurants in San Antonio and the surrounding area are planning for Mother’s Day.
306 Pearl Pkwy #110, San Antonio, TX 78215
17503 La Cantera Pkwy #108, San Antonio, TX 78257
7338 Louis Pasteur Dr #201, San Antonio, TX 78229
In honor of Mother’s Day, Bakery Lorraine will have Raspberry Rose Japonaise to showcase the love mom’s share with their children. Mom’s will be able to indulge in a Raspberry Rose flavored treat while their loved ones enjoy the spring weather.
155 East Commerce Street, San Antonio, TX 78205
Esquire Tavern has launched a new cocktail menu, led by Beverage Director Houston Eaves, just in time to toast to mom. Especially fitting for the holiday is one particular cocktail, Soiled Dove, as its origins celebrate great women. Soiled Dove ($13) (made with kirschwasser, rhum agricole vieux, dry curaçao, don’s mix, lemon, demerara 151 rum, angostura bitters) was created by Esquire bartender, Ricky Duque, who chose the name to honor what they used to call his Grandmother back in the day, “Soiled Dove”.
Chef Brooke Smith has also unveiled a variety of new menu items available for Mother’s Day dining including a light, seasonal option of Heirloom Tomato Salad ($13) with watermelon, feta cheese, dill, basil and cucumber vinaigrette. The menu also features a New Orleans’ style sandwich, Muffuletta, ($17) with olympia provisions mortadella, ham, salami, provolone, olive salad on sesame focaccia.
Downstairs at Esquire Tavern also launched a brand new cocktail menu, each drink of the eight-part cocktail series, named San Anto Stories, is inspired by a tale that ties into San Antonio’s 300+ years of history. For Mother’s Day, try the La Tierra de Viejitas, if you like julep-styles and love your grandmother. ($12) sun-drenched & oxidized wines, oaxacan rum, lemon, and orgeat. An excerpt from, Places Left Unfinished at the Time of Creation by San Antonio author, John Phillip Santos,“La Tierra de Viejitas, “The Land of Little Old Ladies”, a sun-drenched riverine empire in south Texas reigned over by a dynasty of Mexican doñas who held court in shady painted backyard arbors and parlors across the neighborhoods of San Antonio.
Krause’s Cafe & Biergarten
148 S Castell Ave, New Braunfels, TX 78130
This Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 12, Krause’s Cafe & Biergarten is offering a smorgasbord of savory and sweet brunch items to treat moms to. From 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Krause’s will host its Mother’s Day Brunch. Offerings include omelets, pancakes, and dessert stations in addition to bacon, sausage, home fries and more. There will be live music in the pavillion from Jorge & Nicole, as well as bloody mary and mimosa bars for Mom to enjoy. A designated play area will be set up for kids. To ensure that Mom is treated in the way that she deserves Krause’s is selling tickets for various seating times to maintain flow and quality of experience. Tickets for the buffet-style are selling for $35 for adults and $15 for kids 12 and under. Tickets can be reserved at krausescafe.com.
301 E Houston St San Antonio, TX 78205
8305 Broadway St San Antonio, TX 78209
This Mother’s Day, guests at La Panaderia can treat mom to champagne, mimosas, pan dulce, and more for brunch at both of their locations. Brothers Jose and David Caceres were inspired by their own mother’s recipes, which led them to open both of the La Panaderia bakeries in San Antonio. La Panaderia has just launched it’s Tequila Tres Leches croissant, a take on its ever popular Tequila Almond Croissant, that incorporates the beloved flavor of tres leches with fresh mascarpone whipped cream and fresh seasonal strawberries, the perfect treat for mom.