Mothers Day Mexico

Mother’s Day in México

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Mother’s Day in Mexico is taken to the next level. It is an observance and not a public holiday but some public offices have been known to close early in the afternoon so employees can spend some of the day with their mothers and schools usually have special programs.

Mothers and mother figures are given flowers, cards, candy and other gifts that symbolize appreciation, respect and love. This is also an opportunity to take your favorite female figure out for a fabulous meal.

Austrian restaurant Kaiser Maximilian in Puerto Vallarta is offering a wonderful three course dinner for $466 pesos. Executive Chef Juan Carlos Palomer has created some wonderful selections especially for the occasion.

This special menu is served from noon to 11pm at Espresso Bar and 6 to 11pm in The Main Dining Room. The regular a la carte menu is also available.

Mother’s Day Feast

Select one from each category:


Tuna carpaccio with mixed greens, cucumber, tomatoes

Ravioli with fennel filling, prosciutto, mushrooms and tarragon sauce

Roasted quail with mushroom risotto and parmesan

Main Courses

Coffee spiced beef tenderloin, sauce Foyot, grilled vegetables, potatoes au gratin

Red snapper fillet with shrimp sauce, celery and fennel

Veal Scaloppini with twice-baked potato and creamed spinach


Chocolate pot de crème, caramel mousse and sea salt

Vanilla ice cream covered with a hot crepe and chocolate sauce with pecans

Sacher chocolate cake with mint ice cream

Treat mom and let her know what she means to you by letting her be your guest at Kaiser Maximilian.