Mother’s Day is your once-a-year opportunity to shamelessly thank Mom for everything she’s done. A holiday honoring motherhood and the countless, inevitable struggles that were overcome to ensure happy little babies everywhere can become happy little humans. The American incarnation of Mother’s Day was created by Anna Jarvis in 1908 and recognized as a U.S. holiday in 1914. Although dates and celebrations may vary, Mother’s Day traditionally involves sharing flowers, cards and hugs for the special Moms in your life.
When John Wanamaker, Philadelphia department store owner, backed Anna Jarvis’ first official Mother’s Day celebration, thousands flocked to Philly, solidifying Mother’s Day as a commercially successful event. Anna Jarvis continued by leading a national writing campaign urging the adoption of a day honoring motherhood. By 1912, many state officials signed for a day dedicated to Mom. In 1914, President Woodrow Wilson officially established the second Sunday in May as “Mother’s Day.”
For many, breakfast-in-bed was the norm for Mom’s Special Day. Soggy toast, over-cooked eggs and lukewarm orange juice – YUM. This year, Lucha Cartel has food covered... All you have to do is bring Mom!
Treat your Mom to the BEST Brunch EVER!
Sunday May 14th
In addition to our normal, delicious, Authentic Mexican food menu, we'll feature some specialties...just for mom!
Here's what's on the menu....
Oval Tortilla topped w/Black Bean, Pure Scallions, Ham Habanero Tomato Sauce, Sliced Avocado & a Sunny Side Egg.
Diced Sweet Potatoes, Malanga, Idaho Potatoes pan fried w/onions, melted Chihuahua Cheese, Fried Egg & Ranchero Salsa.
Grilled Brioche served with melted White Cheddar Cheese, Mexican Chorizo, Arugula Salad & a Sunny Side up Egg.
-Yucatan Grilled Cheese
Fried Green Plantains sandwich stuffed w/Manchego cheese, topped w/Short Rib & an Almond Cumin Sauce.
Show mom how much you love her with mimosa's, margaritas & some yummy Mexican food at Lucha Cartel!
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