Mother’s Day 2019 Events near Longview, TX
Mother’s Day is approaching on May 12th, which means it’s time to show mom how much she means to you. If you’re looking for ideas on what to do with mom to make a memorable day in the Longview area, we’re here to help you out.
Enoch’s Stomp Vineyard & Winery
Where? 871 Ferguson Rd, Harleton TX
When? Sunday, May 12 from 10 am to 3 pm
Enoch’s is located up in Harleton, which’ll be about a 25-minute drive out from Longview, but it sure is scenic. Arriving at this foothill locale with fields of growing grapes, you’ll feel you’re in a land far from East Texas.
The winery is lauded for its great ambience and tasty food, which is made from scratch with fresh ingredients. The brunch typically takes place in the tasting room. Offerings include avocado toast, mimosas, Mediterranean pasta salad, quiche, shrimp and grits over fried green tomatoes, roasted potatoes, chicken and waffles, and more.
Copelands of New Orleans
Where? 3213 N 4th Street, Longview TX
When? Every Sunday from 10 am to 3 pm
Copelands delivers classic New Orleans food and style in a casually festive atmosphere, all infused with an inherent upscale sensibility. Like Enoch’s above, everything here is made from scratch with premium ingredients. Food starts at Creole favorites but doesn’t end there, with all sorts of stuff being offered.
Options for brunch include various iterations of eggs benedict, French toast, Belgian waffles, omelets (including a “build your own” station), peel & eat shrimp, roasted prime rib, and more. Drinks are offered a la carte.
Prices for the buffet are $23.95 for adults, $18.95 for seniors, $9.95 for kids aged five to ten, and free for those under five.
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Where? 2900 Tuttle Blvd, Longview TX
When? 7:00 am to 2:00 pm every Sunday
For a more down-to-earth option, try Lizzy’s diner. This is a thoroughly old-school, classic dining environment. The food is all homemade, and options include such breakfast/brunch favorites as omelets, pancakes, eggs, and hot coffee.
Basically, you get all the usual diner amenities in a typically laid-back atmosphere, with prices generally under $10. It’s all the joy (and occasional risk) of homecooked food, without having to cook it yourself.