Take Mom to Sunday Brunch May 14
Treat Mom to a delicious brunch on Mother’s Day at Brasserie Provence. You’ll have beautiful surroundings, great food and lots of options for where you should go from here.
Give the Gift of Brunch
Take Mom out for brunch and an afternoon out on the town, and she’ll love it more than any other Mother’s Day gift. What Mom really wants is to spend time with her kids, so Brasserie Provence has created a menu everyone in the family can enjoy together.
The special Mother’s Day brunch menu is a three-course feast. You and Mom will start with a choice of arugula salad, gazpacho, mussels, Portobello mushroom or a warm goat cheese tart. From there, you'll move on to an entree of shrimp, grilled salmon, beef tenderloin, pork rib-eye or smoked chicken quiche. Finish it all off with dessert choices that include a decadent flourless chocolate cake, cheesecake and creme brulee. There's a children's men available for kids 12 and younger that includes a beautiful French sandwich and fries, chicken with mac and cheese or the old favorite, a cheeseburger and fries.
Brunch is available from 11 am to 2 pm. Call ahead or go online to make reservations, and make Mom happy this Mother’s Day. Brasserie Provence is at 150 N. Hurstbourne Parkway. That’s just a couple blocks outside the Hurstbourne neighborhood, and close to all sorts of fun stuff for you and Mom to explore on Mother’s Day.
An Afternoon in Hurstbourne
Go right through Hurstbourne from the restaurant, and you'll find the sprawling Oxmoor Center on the other side. This big mall is right next door to another huge mall, so there's no shortage of shopping around here. You'll see restaurants offering cuisine from around the globe along Shelbyville Road and South Hurstbourne Parkway, which help create the borders of the Hurstbourne neighborhood.
Hurstbourne is built around the Hurstbourne Country Club, a huge patch of nature that creates the heart of this neighborhood. The homes here are designed to take advantage of their gorgeous setting. Classic Colonial and traditional architecture gives the houses here an elegant, stately look. Hurstbourne has an historic look to it, even though many of the homes here were built in the last 40 years. The large family homes have rolling green lawns to match the rolling greens at the country club, and lots of space inside so families have room to spread out, too.
Take Mom out to brunch and spend some time out and about in the neighborhood. You might both want to move to Hurstbourne before the day is done.
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