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Prescott Does Mother’s Day

Monday May 6, 2019

At Dorn Homes we like to think of ourselves as a family, a big and growing family, but family nonetheless. Families support one another, trust one another, and are there in times of need. That’s something to be celebrated. And what better way to celebrate family than by spending time with the people we love doing the things we love? So we’ve put together an itinerary of things to do on this upcoming Mother’s Day to show the moms out there just how much you care.


Breakfast

Hassayampa Inn - This Mother’s Day Hassayampa Inn will peacockroom_origbe offering two special buffets to enjoy. The first will be a breakfast buffet (7am-10am, $28) featuring an omelet station, baked brie with apples and pecan, assorted pastries and many other breakfast favorites. The second (10am-3pm, $50) is a full brunch buffet featuring slow-roasted Arizona Prime Rib, lobster ravioli, grilled salmon, as well as a wide variety of sides, starters, and desserts. Reservations are required for both, so visit their website for more information.

The Local – One of the most popular new restaurants in Prescott, The Local, features breakfast, brunch, and lunch service and a delectable selection of baked goods that vary by day. Whether you’re looking for biscuits and gravy, a smoked salmon omelet, or housemade meatloaf, you’ll find it all at The Local. You’ll also find that not only are their ingredients locally sourced, but their art is as well. The walls are all decorated with paintings by local artists and are available for sale.


Shopping Downtown

Black Arrow Jewelry & Art Black Arrow offers an assortment of Native art and jewelry including finely worked silver, turquoise, and Traditional Navajo jewelry. Their gallery features a variety of artwork from established and emerging artists with pieces available for both serious collectors and the casual art buyer.

Modern Day Forager – Modern Day Forager, located adjacent to the Elks Theatre, is a new take on the old fashioned General Store. This destination shop offers high quality specialty foods, signature small batch scratch food provisions, and carefully curated vintage and heritage goods.

Screen-Shot-2018-09-06-at-3.14.23-PM@2xBashford Courts – Originally built in the mid-to-late 19th Century, Bashford Courts was known then as The Bashford-Burmister Company and was the largest store in the Arizona Territory. Today you’ll find this three-story atrium mall is home to a wide variety of boutiques offering anything from Western Wear and freshly pressed olive oils to handcrafted spa and personal care products and the craziest socks in town. Bashford Courts is anchored by the Prescott Brewing Company, which makes it a great stop for shopping and refreshments.


Explore Courthouse Square

33rd Annual Prescott Fine Arts & Wine Festival – This festival is held on Mother’s Day Weekend every year, making it a destination event for Mother’s Day. The event is free to the public and hosts local and regional artists throughout all of Courthouse Square. Attendees also have the opportunity to purchase drink tickets and a souvenir wine glass to sample the offerings of ten of Arizona’s finest Vinyards & Wineries in the festival’s Arizona Wine Garden.d08351_9a14dfa3e0f24e2fb81040327de274a5

While you peruse the Art & Wine festival, take time to explore all the great local shops and restaurants on the square. You can satisfy your sweet tooth with ice cream and confections at local spots like Frozen Fannie’s or Treat Center, or pop in for a pint as you make your way down Historic Whiskey Row. Every mom is unique, so why shouldn’t your Mother’s Day be too?


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