I keep hearing about Black Walnut and now I’ve got the perfect excuse! In true mom fashion, Black Walnut Cafe is offering a special pairing to celebrate moms this weekend: mom-osas and helping children in need. Your mom will love the idea and the warm and welcoming ambiance while sipping on our favorite mid-day cocktail named after her. We can’t wait to tell you more about celebrating Mothers Day at Black Walnut Cafe with Mom-mosas!
Here’s How to Make Mimosas at Home so you can have bottomless mimosas any time you want.
Mimosas are the perfect excuse to sit back and relax with your favorite mid-day drink, and now Black Walnut just upped the ante by pairing mimosas with a wonderful cause. When you drink mimosas this Mother’s Day weekend at Black Walnut Cafe, they will make a donation to No Kid Hungry, a campaign to end child hunger in America. They’ve stepped up the tradition of greeting each mom at the door with a carnation with this duo. But of course, just spending time with your mom will be the most valuable pair in the room. Here’s Black Walnut Cafe’s unique Mother’s Day Mimosas:
Mother’s Day Mimosas at Black Walnut Cafe
Mother’s Day Mimosas at Black Walnut Cafe:
- Passionfruit Mimosa, feat. Passionfruit Hard Cider and Orange Juice
- Cranberry Mimosa, feat. New Amsterdam Peach Vodka, Cranberry Juice and Champagne
- Grapefruit Mimosa, feat. Pama Liquor, Fresh-squeezed Grapefruit Juice and Champagne
- BWC Grand Mimosa, feat. Grand Marnier, Fresh-squeezed Orange Juice and Champagne
Once you decided if you’ll visit Black Walnut Cafe for breakfast, brunch or later in the day, you’ll waffle in your decision over the menu. Consider the uniqueness of the Dressed Up Grits, Farmer Bob’s Benedict, Breakfast Enchiladas or Pot Roast Grilled Cheese, among others.
5 DFW area Black Walnut Cafe locations: Flower Mound, Colleyville, Frisco, Coppell and Allen
Celebrating Mother’s Day with Mom-mosas at Black Walnut Cafe in Dallas Fort Worth. Now, give mom, grandma, aunt or another woman you consider mom a call to make plans. They all love to mother you. Honor her!