5 Georgetown restaurants offering Mother's Day specials for dine-in, carryout

Celebrate Mother's Day on May 10 while also supporting local restaurants. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Celebrate Mother's Day on May 10 while also supporting local restaurants. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Celebrate Mother's Day on May 10 while also supporting local restaurants. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Updated 9 a.m. May 7

Still looking to make Mother’s Day special even with the coronavirus pandemic? Several Georgetown restaurants are offering dine-in and ready-made options for pickup based on your preference of social distancing.

Restaurants are still mandated to maintain a 25% maximum capacity, which could affect availability and menu options.

Ready-made option

Blue Corn Harvest Mother’s Day packages

Blue Corn is offering two Mother’s Day meal packages.

The first is a picnic package that serves six people. It includes roasted barbecue chicken, one rack of baby back ribs, a pound of sausage, a loaf of bread, mac and cheese, mimosas and more for $75.

The second is a grilling package that includes beef and chicken fajitas, bone-in pork chops, rib-eye steaks, rice, beans, tortillas, bag of chips, mimosas and more for $150.

Blue Corn Harvest

212 W. Seventh St., Ste. 105



Olive Garden

Olive Garden is offering Mother’s Day family-style take-and-bake bundles. The bundle includes one pan of ready-to-bake giant cheese stuffed shells or classic lasagna, a jumbo house salad with a bottle of signature Italian dressing, one dozen ready-to-bake breadsticks and choice of homemade alfredo or marinara dipping sauce ($40). The bundle serves up to five people.

Olive Garden

1401 I-35



LongHorn Steakhouse

LongHorn Steakhouse is offering Mother's Day bundles that include seasoned steak cuts through is curbside to-go service. Bottles of wine are also available ($15) as well as mix-and-match six-packs of beer ($10).

LongHorn Steakhouse

1005 W. University Ave.



Dine-in option

Wildfire Mother’s Day brunch and dinner specials

Wildfire will be open for dine-in on Mother’s Day with limited seating and menu to accommodate the 25% capacity mandate.

The brunch special includes white chocolate and raspberry scones, filet mignon medallions on a crab cake, fried eggs, buttermilk biscuit and home fried potatoes for $25.

The dinner special includes dry-aged filet mignon, port Isabel crab cake, asparagus, potatoes and fresh-baked breads for $35.


812 S. Austin Ave.



Dine-in and ready-made

The Monument Café Mother’s Day special

The restaurant will be offering dine-in and ready-made meals patrons can reheat themselves. The Mother’s Day special includes roasted turkey with cornbread dressing, gravy, mashed potatoes and one side vegetable for $11.95.

The Monument Café

500 S. Austin Ave.



If you would like a restaurant to be added to this list, please email [email protected]
By Ali Linan
Ali Linan began covering Georgetown for Community Impact Newspaper in 2018. Her reporting focuses on education and Williamson County. Ali hails from El Paso and graduated from Syracuse University in 2017.


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