Nine ways to treat mom at home this Mother's Day while supporting local businesses in North Houston

Bernhardt Winery, located at 9043 C.R. 204, Pantersville, has teamed up with Bride & Bloom Florals, located at 21123 Eva St., Ste. 220C, Montgomery, to offer three wine and fresh floral packages available for preorder until May 7 at midnight. (Courtesy Bernhardt Winery)
Bernhardt Winery, located at 9043 C.R. 204, Pantersville, has teamed up with Bride & Bloom Florals, located at 21123 Eva St., Ste. 220C, Montgomery, to offer three wine and fresh floral packages available for preorder until May 7 at midnight. (Courtesy Bernhardt Winery)

Bernhardt Winery, located at 9043 C.R. 204, Pantersville, has teamed up with Bride & Bloom Florals, located at 21123 Eva St., Ste. 220C, Montgomery, to offer three wine and fresh floral packages available for preorder until May 7 at midnight. (Courtesy Bernhardt Winery)

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Cupcakes & Bubbles is offering make-your-own-mimosa gift boxes for pickup or delivery, with flavor options of watermelon mint, strawberry orange and grapefruit rose. (Courtesy Cupcakes & Bubbles)
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Kings Blu Jam Cafe's signature fried chicken and jalapeno-bacon-cheddar waffles are included in the Mother's Day Brunch Box. (Hannah Zedaker/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Family packs to go from Tressie's Southern Kitchen include six cinnamon rolls. (Courtesy Tressie's Southern Kitchen)
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Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar is offering a limited edition $45 Mother's Day brunch kit that includes all the supplies for do-it-yourself pancakes and a handprint flower bouquet. (Courtesy Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar)
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Cypress Sweets is offering Mother's Day Assortment Tins for $34 each, which can be preordered online until May 10 and scheduled for delivery or in-store pickup. (Courtesy Cypress Sweets)
Although Mother's Day may look a little different this year due to social distancing guidelines as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, there are still several ways to treat mom at home on Sunday, May 10, while still supporting local businesses and restaurants in North Houston.

1. Kings Blu Jam Cafe, located at 4711 Louetta Road, Ste. 101, Spring, is offering a Mother's Day Brunch Box for $85, which feeds four to six people and is available for curbside pickup. The brunch box includes:

  • Petite crabcakes with lemon-caper remoulade;

  • Spinach salad with lemon bacon vinaigrette;

  • Vegetable and cheese crustless quiche;

  • Lemon raspberry muffins;

  • Kings bacon;

  • Homemade biscuits with house Bluberry or strawberry jam;

  • Cinnamon French toast sticks;

  • Pesto aioli BLT biscuit with smoked turkey;

  • Mini pancakes;

  • Honey-poppyseed fruit kebabs;

  • Mini chicken and waffles (plain and jalapeno and cheddar) with house Bluberry butter;

  • Strawberry ricotta bruschetta; and

  • One personal bottle of champagne.


To order a Kings Blu Jam Cafe Mother's Day Brunch Box, click here. 713-389-5555. www.kingsblujam.com

2. Cupcakes & Bubbles, located at 26400 Kuykendahl Road, Ste. C160, Tomball, is offering make-your-own-mimosa gift boxes for pickup or delivery, which can be preordered beginning May 4. The price ranges from $15-$25 depending on the customer's champagne of choice. Mimosa flavors include:


  • Watermelon mint;

  • Strawberry orange; and

  • Grapefruit rose.


To order a make-your-own mimosa gift box, click here. 832-559-7511. www.cupcakesandbubbles.com

3. Tressie's Southern Kitchen, located at 312 Commerce Street, Magnolia, will celebrate Mother's Day by reopening its dining room at 25% capacity. Reservations for dine-in are encouraged, and no more than six people can be seated per table. Drink specials will include bloody marys by the gallon for $25 and mimosas by the gallon for $18, and the Main Morgan and Kiwi Mojito will each be available for $6 per 16 ounces.

For those who do not want to dine-in, Tressie's is also offering family packs to go, which feed four to six people and can be preordered until May 8 for $50. The family pack includes:

  • Six breakfast tacos (two bacon, two sausage and two potato);

  • Six cinnamon rolls;

  • Two orders of French toast;

  • Scrambled eggs; and

  • Bacon.


To make a reservation or to pre-order a family pack to go, call 832-521-3417. www.tressiessouthernkitchen.com


4. Cypress Sweets, located at 11702 Grant Road, Ste. E, Cypress, is offering Mother's Day Assortment Tins for $34 each, which can be preordered online until May 10 and scheduled for delivery or in-store pickup. Each tin is customizable and includes:


  • Reusable Mother's Day decorative tin (classic or floral);

  • Mother's Day balloon;

  • Jelly Belly rose champagne jelly beans;

  • Gourmet fudge brownie;

  • Haleycakes Mother's Day sugar cookie;

  • Flavored popcorn (white chocolate Oreo or mocha poppuccino); and

  • Gourmet chocolate grab-and-go pouch (milk chocolate peanut butter melt-aways, dark chocolate peanut butter melt-aways or pink and white M&Ms).


To order a Mother's Day assortment tin, click here. 281-466-7977. www.cypress-sweets.com

5. Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar, located at 20030 Hwy. 290, Houston, is offering a limited edition, $45 Mother's Day brunch kit that feeds four to five people and is available for preorder and pickup May 8-10. The brunch kit includes:


  • Family craft kit with instructions and supplies to make a do-it-yourself handprint flower bouquet;

  • Pancake mix;

  • Whipped cream;

  • Nutella;

  • Fresh bananas;

  • Syrup;

  • 15 eggs;

  • One pound of bacon;

  • Breakfast potatoes;

  • Coffee; and

  • Fresh orange juice.


To order a Mother's Day brunch kit, click here. Also available is a mimosa kit for mom for $20, which includes fresh orange juice, Freixenet Brut bubbles and flower petal confetti. Customers can also receive 10% off the entire purchase by using the promo code THANKSMOM at checkout. 713-597-5347. www.lazydogrestaurants.com

6. Mercer Botanic Gardens, located at 22306 Aldine Westfield Road, Humble, is hosting a virtual Mother's Day plant sale from 9 a.m. May 9 to 3 p.m. May 10 or sold out. All Mercer Botanic Garden-grown plans are cultivated at Mercer's Horticultural Propagation Center greenhouses and the sale is sponsored by The Mercer Society. Plants available for purchase will include:


  • Annuals;

  • Perennials;

  • Edibles;

  • Roses;

  • Gulf Coast natives;

  • Trees; and

  • Shrubs.


A link will be posted the event's Facebook page May 9, through which those who are interested can purchase a plant as part of the Mother's Day plant sale. 713-274-4160. www.hcp4.net/community/parks/mercer

7. TRIS, located at 24 Waterway Avenue, Ste 125, The Woodlands, is offering a special four-course meal for $179; it feeds four and is available for preorder until May 9 at 1 p.m. Orders can be picked up curbside May 10 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. The meal includes:


  • Smoked sea bass and artichoke dip;

  • Roasted whole beef tenderloin;

  • Truffle mash potatoes;

  • Parmesan broccolini;

  • Parker House butter rolls; and

  • Texas peach cobbler.


To preorder a Mother's Day meal from TRIS, click here. 281-203-5641. www.triswoodlands.com

8. Perry's Steakhouse & Grille, which has North Houston locations at 9730 Cypresswood Drive, Houston, and 6700 Woodlands Parkway, The Woodlands, is offering a family-style Steakhouse Smorgasboard and mimosas to go, available for preorder and curbside pickup May 9-10. Valued at $330, the Mother's Day Smorgasboard to go feeds four to six people for $150 and includes:


  • Appetizers: four colossal chargrilled shrimp, four crab cake balls, four bacon-wrapped scallops

  • Entrees: 14 oz. prime sliced New York strip, 12 oz. chargrilled salmon, 12 oz. center-cut sliced filet (Chateaubriand), 14 oz. chargrilled chicken;

  • Sauces: truffle merlot, peppercorn, beurre fondue; and

  • Family sides: Brussels sprouts, whipped potatoes, macaroni and cheese.


Available add-ons include a family-style steakhouse chopped salad to go for $25 and individual desserts to go for $7 each. To order Mother's Day Smorgasboard to go, click here. 281-970-5999 (Spring), 281-362-0569 (The Woodlands). www.perryssteakhouse.com

9. Bernhardt Winery, located at 9043 CR 204, Plantersville, has teamed up with Bride & Bloom Florals, located at 21123 Eva St., Ste. 220C, Montgomery, to offer three wine and fresh floral packages available for preorder until May 7 at midnight. The packages range from $120-$220 and are available for curbside pickup May 7-9 from noon-5 p.m. and May 10 from 1-5 p.m. Each package includes:


  • Two Bernhardt souvenir glasses;

  • Local farm flower bouquet (with or without vase depending on the package); and

  • Two or four Bernhardt wines (depending on the package).


To order a wine and fresh floral package, click here or call 936-894-9828 ext. 107 to place a custom order and select your own wine varieties. www.bernhardtwinery.com, www.brideandbloomflorals.com
By Hannah Zedaker
Born and raised in Cypress, Texas, Hannah Zedaker graduated from Sam Houston State University in 2016 with a bachelor's degree in mass communication and a minor in political science. She began as an intern with Community Impact Newspaper in 2015 and was hired upon graduation as a reporter for The Woodlands edition in May 2016. In January 2019, she was promoted to serve as the editor of the Spring/Klein edition where she covers Spring ISD and Harris County Commissioners Court, in addition to business, development and transportation news.


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