Here are some ideas on where to take your mom for Mother’s Day.
There are several great places to take mom for that special Mother’s Day brunch in and around Sacramento. Of course there’s the tried and true restaurants, such as The Firehouse and their special Mother’s Day meal with antipasti, seafood and chocolate Pavlova.
Dads can try taking their wives to the Slocum House in Fair Oaks for a romantic brunch, which includes thick stuffed French toast stuffed with ricotta cheese and ginger-lemon poached New Zealand King salmon.
The whole family can head to Roseville for Fat’s Asia Bistro’s Mother’s Day brunch which features Alaskan king crab, dim sum, prime rib and sushi.
For a different and yet Sacramento-way to dine is to do it along the Delta. The Spirit of Sacramento offers both a lunch and dinner on its wooden paddlewheeler. While the Delta River Cruise launches for breakfast and lunch. Both cruises require reservations.
A great way for daughters to treat their moms is to take them to one of the several tea rooms throughout the Sacramento valley. From Victorian-themed rooms, like An Afternoon to Remember in Newcastle, to dressing up with your (or the tea room’s) best hat at Partea Time in the Historic Folsom district, treating mom to tea can bring back memories.
Many of these places to require reservations, so make sure to call ahead.
Let’s face it. Probably one of the best ways to treat mom is to just leave her alone – in a spa that is. Allow the caregiver of the family to be cared for at a Sacramento day spa.
There are plenty of services to choose from. Treat mom to a 50-minute massage or special facial. Better yet, treat mom like a queen with a full day spa treatment which can include a massage, facial, manicure, pedicure and a meal.