A sprinkling of Mother’s Day dining options around town

Mother’s Day in America falls on the second Sunday in May. This year it’s the 14th, and Grammarly has the requisite bullet points.

Such celebrations (of motherhood) sometimes involved worship of a mother deity, such as the Goddess Isis in Ancient Egypt, or Cybele and Rhea in Ancient Greece. In other cases, celebrations were only tangentially about mothers: Mothering Sunday in the United Kingdom, for example, was originally dedicated to the “Mother Church,” but was later broadened to honor human mothers, too. Around the world, Mother’s Day is celebrated in a variety of ways and on different dates throughout the year, though many countries observe the holiday on the same day as the United States.

At the Courier Journal, Gege Reed has compiled a list: Happy Mother’s Day! Here are 15+ places to get brunch or dinner with mom in Louisville.

Mother’s Day is a time to celebrate the special women in your life. So don’t delay and make sure to book restaurant reservations early if you want to take Mom out for a nice meal. Don’t want to go out to a restaurant? Plenty of places offer special takeout menus so you can bring the meal to mom.

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