$99 for Mother's Day Four-Course Take-Home Meal Package for Four from David Burke at Bloomingdale's ($279 Value)

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Mother's Day gift package includes four-course take-home meal from renowned chef David Burke's restaurant, accompanied by home spa kit

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Expires May 12th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Carryout only. Valid only for pickup between 11am and 6pm on May 11 and 12. Gift certificate is only valid for dine-in use during dinner hours. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

A mother’s face is often the first thing a person sees, followed by the beak of one of the enormous storks that oversee all live births. Go back to that pleasant beginning with this Groupon.

$99 for Mother's Day Take-Home Meal Package for Four ($279 Value)

David Burke's four-course Mother's Day meal for four includes the following selections from the renowned chef's to-go menu:

  • 1 quart of Not My Mom's chicken soup
  • Organic mixed-greens salad with market veggies and house dressing
  • Herb-crusted filet-mignon medallions (partially cooked to allow for quick reheating), lobster macaroni 'n' cheese, and sautéed vegetables
  • One dozen cheesecake pops

The gift package also includes a spa kit with a relaxing scented candle and bubble bath, and a $50 gift certificate valid toward a bottle of wine.

David Burke at Bloomingdale's

Chef David Burke studied at the prestigious Culinary Institute of America before earning a glowing reputation as chef at the River Café and later the Park Avenue Café. He would parlay those experiences into his own entrepreneurial success, opening the celebrated davidburke & donatella on 61st Street in 2003, and then taking over the 59th Street façade of the iconic Bloomingdale's department store. David's intent in opening his eatery in Bloomingdale's was to fuse different sensibilities. On one side, the Burke Bar Café offers an accessible but slightly more elegant dining experience. Alternatively, shoppers in a hurry can step over to the other side of the historical frontage. There, a streamlined, more cafeteria-like mood prevails at Burke in the Box, which swaddles the award-winning cuisine in snazzy takeout boxes. The menus at both establishments change regularly and abound with American fare updated by exciting twists, such as crispy fish tacos with pineapple-guacamole salsa or mac 'n' cheese infused with bacon and lobster.

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