Mother’s Day Dining Options (2019 Edition)

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Mother’s Day is the single day of the year where it’s all about mom. We often take for granted how hard-working our moms are. Earn some huge brownie points this year by spoiling mom at one of these amazing Richmond Hill businesses below, all offering something special for her special day.

All Things Chocolate
and More

Visit All Things Chocolate and More located at 10471 Ford Ave and enjoy a special brunch consisting of several delicious options to choose from, all for $12.00 per plate. They will also be serving their regular menu all day.

Receive a free small box of chocolate (6 pieces) with a $30 purchase – so spoil away!

They will be open from 9:30am to 4pm and no reservations are required.


Richmond Hill City Center

Take mom to the Richmond Hill City Center, tucked neatly away inside of beautiful J.F. Gregory Park at 520 Cedar Street.

Reservations and prepayment are required. Costs are $35 for adults, $15 for children 12 to 3, and under 3 are free.

Call 912-445-0043 to make your reservations, space is limited and they tend to fill up quick!

Himalayan Curry Kitchen

Namaste! Treat your mom to an authentic Indian/Nepalese buffet this Mother’s Day by visiting Himalayan Curry Kitchen at
10074 Ford Ave.

They will be offering a special buffet with lamb, goat, shrimp, and other yummy dishes during their normal business hours.

No reservations are required, first-come-first-served!

Southern Image

We live in the south, so what better way to celebrate Mother’s Day than by keeping it original?

Southern Image at 3881 US Highway 17 will be open from 11am to 8pm serving a magnificent buffet featuring carving stations, hot and cold sides, and an extensive dessert menu all for $14.95 per adult, $7.95 ages 6 to 10.

Did we miss a Mother’s Day dining option in Richmond Hill? Reach out to me using the email icon in my bio below or on our Facebook page Richmond Hill 411.

After moving to Richmond Hill, GA in the fall of 2018, Matt wanted to become immediately involved in the community. Without hesitation, he created the Richmond Hill Community Facebook group which reached 2,700 members in just 5 months. After building this community, he decided they needed an honest, reliable news source to keep them informed. Thus, Richmond Hill 411 was born!

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