12/05/2019 @ 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Mother’s Day at The Colonist
Show Mum the love this Mother’s Day with breakfast, lunch, dinner or drinks at The Colonist!
Join us down the Parade Norwood and spoil your Mum with a Mother’s Day breakfast, lunch or dinner. Indulge in a gourmet Adelaide breakfast, or for lunch and dinner enjoy classic Adelaide pub fare from our extensive menu. All day dining options will also be available from 12-9pm, ensuring you have plenty of time to wine and dine Mum!
After your main treat Mum to something sweet from our ever rotating dessert menu and pair it with one of our delicious cocktails.
In the afternoon Tyson Pedro will be playing live music from 3pm. Enjoy a wine from our extensive wine list whilst relaxing and listening to acoustic music with your Mum and loved ones. In addition, relax in our outdoor seating area and soak up some sunshine whilst sipping on $12 cocktails during happy hour. Or alternatively, try one of our delicious $15 spritzers.
Furthermore, on Mother’s Day there will be food specials, drink specials and live entertainment. Bring your Mum in and spoil her with breakfast, lunch, dinner or drinks at The Colonist. There’s no better way to show Mum how much you appreciate everything she does!
Book now via the website booking form below, or instead call 08 8362 3736 to secure your spot for Mother’s Day.
Mother’s Day at The Colonist Includes:
$12 spritzers & classic cocktails 3pm-5pm
Breakfast available from 9am-12pm
Full menu available from 12pm-2:30pm & 5:30pm-9pm
All day dining options available 12pm-9pm
Jonny Lee 3pm-6pmLive music with
Bookings Essential for Mother’s Day
History of Mother’s Day
On Sunday many Australians will spend the day celebrating their mother’s and other special women in their lives.
Some mums may be given cards, flowers and gifts, while others may enjoy breakfast in bed or a lunch out.
Mothers Day has long been a part of the Australian calendar, but where did the idea to dedicate the second Sunday in May to honouring motherhood come from?
The modern Australian celebration of Mother’s Day actually grew out of calls for peace and anti-war campaigns following the American Civil War (1861-65).
In 1870, American writer and women’s rights activist Julia Ward Howe, best known as the author of the Battle Hymn of the Republic, appealed to women to unite and bring peace throughout the world (later known as the Mother’s Day Proclamation).
She proposed that a mothers day for peace be commemorated every year in June.
But the idea of a mother’s day did not gain traction until 1908, when West Virginia woman Anna Marie Jarvis held a church memorial to honour the legacy of her mother, Ann Reeves Jarvis. – read more on the history of Mother’s Day.