By Blog Article published May 02, 2022
Celebrate Mother’s Day with one of these fantastic opportunities to show just how much you love your mom!
Brunch and Dinner
Allgauer’s Restaurant at the DoubleTree By Hilton Chicago-Alsip is hosting a Mother’s Day Brunch on May 8. With seating from 10:30AM-2PM and a delicious menu, you won’t want to miss this chance to have an extra special brunch with the mother in your life. Reservations are required so be sure to call 708-272-4219 to get your spot, and check the menu out here!
La Voute Bistro will also be having a special Mother’s Day menu, so be sure to get your reservation by calling 708-798-6000.
Chicago Gaelic Park in Oak Forest has their very own Mother's Day Dinner on May 8, with an all you can eat buffet! Make your reservation by calling 708-687-9323.
Georgios Banquets Quality Inn & Suites Conference Centre in Orland Park is offering their Mother’s Day Dinner To Go this year. Place your order before May 3 and you’ll be able to pick it up between 11AM-2PM on May 8. Each entrée feeds 8-10 people, so if you’ve got a big group celebrating Mother’s Day this year, be sure check the menu out here.
Enjoy the Mother’s Day Weekend at Monee Reservoir May 7-8. Do some hiking, picnicking or boating with your loved ones, then be sure to stop by the concessions building for a free Mother’s Day gift.
At Cardinal Creek Golf in Beecher, you can enjoy Mom’s Golf Free with a paid guest, May 7-9. Call 708-946-2800 for more information.
If your mother has the need for speed, head on over to Accelerate Indoor Speedway between 10AM-1PM on May 8 for $5 off a single race, or $10 off a race package.
If you’re in need of the perfect Mother’s Day gift, the Chicago Southland has you covered. Lotton Art Glass Gallery & Studios has some of the most beautiful hand-made glass art, making for a great gift. If the mother in your life has a sweet tooth, Gayety’s Chocolate & Ice Cream Co. has the best sweets around. If you’re looking for any other gifts, look no further than our fantastic shopping options. Places like Historic Downtown Frankfort, The Homewood Business Association and The Shops of Orland Park have awesome antique and specialty shops. If you’re interested in more traditional shopping, Chicago Ridge Mall, Orland Square Mall and the River Oaks Center have you covered.