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Pioneer Square D&E offers bagels, chicken and waffles, and some flowers for Mother’s Day meals.
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Where to Get Mother’s Day Meals for Takeout and Delivery in Seattle

From brunch with flower bouquets to multicourse fine-dining meals to-go

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Pioneer Square D&E offers bagels, chicken and waffles, and some flowers for Mother’s Day meals.
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With Washington’s stay-at-home order still in effect and dining rooms closed, Mother’s Day will have a more subdued feel this year. But moms still deserve to be pampered, and there are many great options out there to treat them to a special restaurant-quality meal at home, even without a ton of time to plan. From decadent brunch dishes that come with flowers to high-end dining options, here are some places across the city offering Mother’s Day menus for takeout and delivery.

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Ballard’s playful Pacific Northwest comfort food favorite plans to lean heavily on brunch fare for Mother’s Day takeout, offering items such as cinnamon roll monkey bread with cream cheese frosting, huckleberry scones, nduja queso wraps, and pork belly steam buns. There are also mimosa kits, and every order comes with a bouquet of flowers.

Serious TakeOut

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Tom Douglas’s new takeout-only offshoot of Serious Pie is serving some dinner boxes for Mother’s Day, with items including shallot mustard and herb roasted bone-in pork chops (or wild Bristol Bay Salmon), scalloped potatoes, Thyme, grilled asparagus, and strawberry-rhubarb pie. Pickup is available from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. or Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Renowned chef Maria Hines’s Wallingford restaurant offers a selection of seasonal dishes, such as asparagus mushroom tarts, roasted ling cod, and carnaroli rice pudding with strawberry rhubarb compote, all for curbside pickup with reheating instructions included. Champagne is available as an add-on.

Serafina

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Eastlake’s venerable Italian restaurant features three-course brunch meals for takeout, including pastries, brioche French toast with honey bourbon bacon, spaghetti carbonara with morels and duck egg, and lemon panna cotta. There are also mimosa, bellini, bloody mary, and spritz kits.

This Capitol Hill farm-to-table restaurant offers meal packages for Mother’s Day that include bouquets of flowers, pistachio cake, Meyer lemon crema, rhubarb, strawberries, and a bottle of Pierre Gerbais champagne. Available for curbside pickup Saturday from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Ba Sa Restaurant

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Bainbridge Island’s modern Vietnamese restaurant has Mother’s Day family meals for takeout, which dishes such as steamed sable fish with ginger and scallion, stir-fried bok choy and shiitake mushrooms, and tangerine garden salad (along with wine). There are also shortbread cookies and fresh tulips available, which can be ordered as add-ons or separately.

Cafe Flora

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Madison Valley’s exceptional vegetarian bakery has brunch take-and-bake meals for $45 per adult, with entrees such as spring asparagus quiche and tamales with grilled cactus (kids’ menu options are available for $20). Diners can tack on treats from Fran’s Chocolates, flower bouquets from Alm Hill Gardens, wines, and mimosa or bloody mary kits.

Star chef Shota Nakajima temporarily closed his upscale Capitol Hill restaurant Adana in mid-March, but it’s still offering a special, multicourse Mother’s Day meal kit with cauliflower soup, crab and asparagus, black cod with peas and morels, and strawberry and cherry blossom mousse. Available for online preorders, and bottles of wine can be added on.

Shiro's Sushi

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The Belltown sushi mainstay has a special Mother’s Day family-style platter, with fatty tuna, sockeye salmon, and boiled shrimp nigiri, along with cucumber rolls, and six pieces of naga-imo rolls (Chinese yam with plum paste). Diners can also order sake bottles to-go.

Renee Erickson’s French-influenced steakhouse on Capitol Hill is offering baskets to-go filled with items such as a half bottle of champagne, a pint of hand churned ice cream⁣⁣, one dozen mint chocolate meringues⁣⁣, flowers in a reusable vase. Pickup available May 9 at the restaurant; preorders will be taken by phone or email.

Metropolitan Grill

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The high-end Downtown steakhouse has family meals for takeout or delivery (orders must be in by 3 p.m. Wednesday for the latter option). Entrees include prime rib and Alaskan halibut, with salad, sourdough bread, roasted potatoes, and spring vegetables. There are also wines, mimosa kits, and bouquets available as add-ons.

Bluwater Bistro

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Leschs’s neighborhood restaurant has two meal options for Mother’s Day pickup and delivery: bone-in prime rib or a whole roasted organic chicken. Each meal comes with a bottle of pinot noir from Willamette Valley, salad, roasted Brussels sprouts, potatoes, and a key lime pie.

Pioneer Square D&E

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The Family-owned Pioneer Square favorite shifts to brunch for the occasion, offering fried chicken and waffles, vegetarian quiches, and house-cured lox with everything bagels for takeout. Sides and bouquets of flowers are included.

Haymaker

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This low-key West Seattle bistro has some a la carte items for Mother’s Day takeout, such as cheddar fonduta, lamb bacon, and carrots with dukkah, hazelnut and hers. Meals for two include pork shank, salmon, and roast chicken dinners. There’s also chess pie for dessert.

Sawyer

Ballard’s playful Pacific Northwest comfort food favorite plans to lean heavily on brunch fare for Mother’s Day takeout, offering items such as cinnamon roll monkey bread with cream cheese frosting, huckleberry scones, nduja queso wraps, and pork belly steam buns. There are also mimosa kits, and every order comes with a bouquet of flowers.

Serious TakeOut

Tom Douglas’s new takeout-only offshoot of Serious Pie is serving some dinner boxes for Mother’s Day, with items including shallot mustard and herb roasted bone-in pork chops (or wild Bristol Bay Salmon), scalloped potatoes, Thyme, grilled asparagus, and strawberry-rhubarb pie. Pickup is available from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. or Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Tilth

Renowned chef Maria Hines’s Wallingford restaurant offers a selection of seasonal dishes, such as asparagus mushroom tarts, roasted ling cod, and carnaroli rice pudding with strawberry rhubarb compote, all for curbside pickup with reheating instructions included. Champagne is available as an add-on.

Serafina

Eastlake’s venerable Italian restaurant features three-course brunch meals for takeout, including pastries, brioche French toast with honey bourbon bacon, spaghetti carbonara with morels and duck egg, and lemon panna cotta. There are also mimosa, bellini, bloody mary, and spritz kits.

Lark

This Capitol Hill farm-to-table restaurant offers meal packages for Mother’s Day that include bouquets of flowers, pistachio cake, Meyer lemon crema, rhubarb, strawberries, and a bottle of Pierre Gerbais champagne. Available for curbside pickup Saturday from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Ba Sa Restaurant

Bainbridge Island’s modern Vietnamese restaurant has Mother’s Day family meals for takeout, which dishes such as steamed sable fish with ginger and scallion, stir-fried bok choy and shiitake mushrooms, and tangerine garden salad (along with wine). There are also shortbread cookies and fresh tulips available, which can be ordered as add-ons or separately.

Cafe Flora

Madison Valley’s exceptional vegetarian bakery has brunch take-and-bake meals for $45 per adult, with entrees such as spring asparagus quiche and tamales with grilled cactus (kids’ menu options are available for $20). Diners can tack on treats from Fran’s Chocolates, flower bouquets from Alm Hill Gardens, wines, and mimosa or bloody mary kits.

Adana

Star chef Shota Nakajima temporarily closed his upscale Capitol Hill restaurant Adana in mid-March, but it’s still offering a special, multicourse Mother’s Day meal kit with cauliflower soup, crab and asparagus, black cod with peas and morels, and strawberry and cherry blossom mousse. Available for online preorders, and bottles of wine can be added on.

Shiro's Sushi

The Belltown sushi mainstay has a special Mother’s Day family-style platter, with fatty tuna, sockeye salmon, and boiled shrimp nigiri, along with cucumber rolls, and six pieces of naga-imo rolls (Chinese yam with plum paste). Diners can also order sake bottles to-go.

Bateau

Renee Erickson’s French-influenced steakhouse on Capitol Hill is offering baskets to-go filled with items such as a half bottle of champagne, a pint of hand churned ice cream⁣⁣, one dozen mint chocolate meringues⁣⁣, flowers in a reusable vase. Pickup available May 9 at the restaurant; preorders will be taken by phone or email.

Metropolitan Grill

The high-end Downtown steakhouse has family meals for takeout or delivery (orders must be in by 3 p.m. Wednesday for the latter option). Entrees include prime rib and Alaskan halibut, with salad, sourdough bread, roasted potatoes, and spring vegetables. There are also wines, mimosa kits, and bouquets available as add-ons.

Bluwater Bistro

Leschs’s neighborhood restaurant has two meal options for Mother’s Day pickup and delivery: bone-in prime rib or a whole roasted organic chicken. Each meal comes with a bottle of pinot noir from Willamette Valley, salad, roasted Brussels sprouts, potatoes, and a key lime pie.

Pioneer Square D&E

The Family-owned Pioneer Square favorite shifts to brunch for the occasion, offering fried chicken and waffles, vegetarian quiches, and house-cured lox with everything bagels for takeout. Sides and bouquets of flowers are included.

Haymaker

This low-key West Seattle bistro has some a la carte items for Mother’s Day takeout, such as cheddar fonduta, lamb bacon, and carrots with dukkah, hazelnut and hers. Meals for two include pork shank, salmon, and roast chicken dinners. There’s also chess pie for dessert.

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