Mother’s Day Brunch
April 23, 2012 by Mark
On Sunday, May 13th the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum will be presenting a special “Mother’s Day Brunch”. The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum is located at 1700 N.E. 63rd Street in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This special Mother’s Day Brunch will take place from 11am to 3pm.
Dining on Persimmon Hill restaurant, located within the east wing of the Grand Sam Noble Special Events Center, a facility on the Museum’s grounds, will be preparing this special Mother’s Day Brunch buffet-style. This buffet styled lunch will offer a variety of dishes including a salad bar, several entrée selections, and a scrumptious dessert bar bound to please any mother’s sweet tooth.
Menu items are priced between $4.49 for a wonderful homemade soup to $7.99 for a full plated meal. If dining off the buffet, the cost is $10.49 per person, but includes two soups, 8 freshly made garden sales, 3 entrees, 4 desserts, and 3 sides. Due to the popularity of this event, advanced reservations are required, and include admission to the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum as a special treat for mom.
The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum has a great collection of contemporary and classic western arts, as well as an interactive gallery of history that focuses on the American cowboy, frontier life, and western performers. Local print specialists will have been on hand for promotional duties such as poster printing, and to reserve tickets for the Mother’s Day Brunch, please call 405-478-2250, extension 281. To find out more information about the Museum, please visit the Museum’s website or call 405-478-2250.