Long Island Restaurants Offering Mother’s Day Specials For Pick-Up Or Delivery

The Library Cafe is offering Mother’s Day specials. (Contributed photo)

Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 10; and while we are practicing social distancing and are forgoing dining out in favor of safety, mom still deserves a relaxing (and dishwashing free) day. The execution of holiday festivities have no doubt changed, but the sentiment is the same. Several restaurants are offering Mother’s Day specials that make it easy to give mom the gift of a delicious and stress-free meal. Here are a few offering takeout or delivery specials for Mother’s Day. 

317 Main Street

For a mom who values locally sourced fare, Farmingdale’s 317 Main Street is offering a Mother’s Day special. The deal allows customers a choice of four entrees that come with dinner rolls, all salads, and dessert. The selection includes seared salmon with caper tomato sauce, chicken roulade, sliced flank steak, eggplant and ricotta roll and more. All orders must be ordered by May 6 at 2 p.m. to guarantee your order. Pricing starts at $80 for four people. Call 516-512-5317 to order. 

Bagels Of The Month Club

Make Mother’s Day breakfast extra special with Bagel of the Month Club’s fun and festival offerings of red colored “Love” bagels. Bagel of the Month Club, which is powered by Long Island’s perennial favorite Bagel Boss, is also offering a twist on the classic black and white cookie—pink and white cookies—for the holiday. These limited edition bagels and cookies are made by 5th and 6th generation bagel bakers at Bagel Boss. The bagels are $49.95 per dozen and the cookies are $14.99 for eight cookies, both include free nationwide shipping. Bagel of the Month Club will be contributing $5 from every dozen of Love bagels sold to United Way of Long Island. Both are available for purchase online at BagelOfTheMonth.com.

Zorn’s Of Bethpage

Celebrating 80 years in business on Long Island, Zorn’s of Bethpage is offering up its signature homemade meals for Mother’s Day. The special features choices of chicken francais or chicken cordon bleu, to name a few. Or choose from the popular Family Dinner Specials to serve 2-to-3. Zorn’s also offers Homestyle Meals for One. Honey glazed spiral ham and whole turkeys are available too. Be sure to call 516-731-5500 in advance to order curbside pick-up, limited spots are available. Customers are also welcome to come into the store. Visit zornsofbethpage.com for the full list of offerings. 

Library Cafe  

Farmingdale’s Library Cafe is offering family-style to-go meals for Mother’s Day. Choose one salad and one entrée, add-ons are available. Menu selections, subject to change, include Caesar salad, jumbo shrimp cocktail platters, pineapple glazed ham with roasted garlic whipped potatoes, chicken bruschetta, braised beef short ribs and lobster ravioli. The cost is $50 for a family of four, with $12 for each additional person. The dessert add-on is wild berry cheesecake ($5 per person). There is also a boozy add-on, the Pink Party Punch Kit ($35) that consists of one bottle of Three Olives Rosé Vodka, pink lemonade, Sprite and lemon. Orders must be made by Thursday, May 7 and picked-up on Mother’s Day from noon to 4 p.m. Pre-orders can be made by calling the restaurants directly at 516-752-7678. For more information, visit www.lessings.com. 

Park Avenue Grill

Amityville’s Park Avenue Grill is offering up its expansive brunch menu plus its family-style dinner meals special for mom. The menus include main dishes and sides ranging from hearty chicken parm, French toast or potato pancakes to lighter fare, such as soups or zucchini and cauliflower hash.
For $39, you can feed a family of four, plus add-on another entree for $15. To order, call the restaurant at 631-598-4618. Search Park Avenue Grill in Amityville on Facebook to see the full menu. 

Russo’s On The Bay 

Save time and effort on your Mother’s Day feast with pick-up or delivery from Russo’s On The Bay. The restaurant is offering family-style half trays that serve six-to-eight people. The custom menu options include chicken Francese and eggplant rollatini, plus kid-friendly meals, desserts, bread baskets and even wine. Food will come warm, but will need to be heated prior to eating. All Mother’s Day orders will be delivered and picked up on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 10. Place your order at www.russosonthebay.com/mothers-day-order. 

Sandbar 

Cold Spring Harbor’ Sandbar is serving a special to-go menu in celebration of Mother’s Day. Treat mom to their Lobster Cookout ($125) that feeds four. The package includes two 2-pound lobsters, 10 shrimp, 10 clams, corn on the cob, boiled potatoes, chorizo sausages, cornbread and a giant homemade chocolate chip cookie. The restaurant is also offering family-style entrees, which include 12 oz. 28-day dry-aged strip steak with ($40) and roasted half chicken with sides ($25). All the packages have wine pairing suggestions for an additional cost. You can also tack on a  giant homemade chocolate chip cookie for an extra ($12). Orders must be placed by Thursday, May 7 to pick-up on Mother’s Day from noon to 4 p.m. and can be made by calling the restaurant directly at 631-498-6188. For further information, visit www.lessings.com. 

Restaurants not listed that have offering specials may email czaweski@antonmediagroup.com  to be added to our list on longislandweekly.com prior to Mother’s Day, May 10. Please include detailed information on those specials.

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Cyndi Zaweski is the editor of Anton Media Group's special sections.

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