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Jan 25, 2013 - Mother’s day in Maryland

Mother’s day in Maryland is always a special occasion, and what better way to celebrate it than by taking the whole extended family along in a charter bus to celebrate the day with her? Talk to Bus Charter Maryland about chartering a charter bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus and taking mom out for a special brunch. Travel in comfort and style in a charter bus, as your friendly, reliable charter bus driver brings you and your family to your destination.

Get your charter bus to head towards Buckeystown for a meal at Alexanders. This unique restaurant is set up in a historic inn, and serves an American menu with some special touches. For example, Alexanders’ version of the chef’s salad consists of a medley of fresh greens, cheddar croutons, grilled red onions, and chunks of smoked country bacon. Main meal choices include a burger made of fresh farm beef accented with pimento cheese and red onions, and the crispy catfish dipped in cornmeal served with chow chow tartar sauce. When in season, the menu will include a strawberry shortcake served on a sugared country biscuit, which should not be missed.

Clyde’s of Chevy Chase may be part of a corporate chain, and the menu part of a master plan, but each Clyde’s chef is free to make modifications and create as inspiration takes them. Clyde’s of Chevy is no different, and is a favorite of the charter bus crowd. Try the Clyde's hamburger and Buffalo chicken sandwich, or satisfy your appetite with a thick, juicy pork chop. Produce is farm fresh direct to the restaurant, and summer is a good time to dine at Clyde’s when fresh peaches, berries and tomatoes grace the tables. Clyde's prides itself on service, good food and modest prices, making this a great place for a Mother’s Day charter bus trip.

A lot of restaurants tend to follow trends, following the dining taste of the day, but Mrs. K’s has steadfastly remained a D.C. landmark, with its picturesque setting and its all American cuisine. The regular menu features both contemporary and traditional dishes, some with just a hint of Caribbean influences, but the reason why this restaurant is the ideal Mother’s Day charter bus destination is the Sunday buffet, a splendid spread of just about every imaginable breakfast and brunch item, with a carving station, an omelet station, Belgian waffles and fresh oysters. If dinner is scheduled instead, try the grilled tiger shrimp, herb-crusted Atlantic salmon, pork loin or Cornish hen.

This farmhouse has been in the business of serving excellent French style cuisine for decades, and is a great place for a Mother’s Day charter bus trip. The menu in this landmark Maryland restaurant is classic French, with French onion soup to start, followed by house-smoked rainbow trout with a new potato/cucumber salad and Prince Edward Island mussels steamed in garlic butter and white wine sauce, served with straw potatoes. The menu is extensive, inviting charter bus guests to try less familiar dishes. The wine list includes an extensive array of French wines with a smattering of California and other labels from abroad.

For a memorable Mother’s Day celebration, give Bus Charter Maryland to find out how they can help you plan your celebration with a selection from their fleet of fully equipped charter buses and friendly, personalized service.