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Mother’s Day in Bartlesville Is Better at These Local Restaurants

Now is the time for all of Bartlesville to descend on local restaurants to celebrate our mothers. As it happens, the National Restaurant Association claims that Mother’s Day is the most popular restaurant party of the year.

While some restaurants may close on Sundays and others may not necessarily be doing anything special for the holidays, a few in Bartlesville go above and beyond their usual offerings.

Reservations and availability vary by restaurant, so be sure to plan ahead wherever you go.

Here are some local favorites worth considering when planning your Mother’s Day celebrations. And if you take a photo during your meal, send us a copy to the email address listed at the bottom of the page to be featured in a special gallery next week.

Luigi’s Italian Restaurant

Luigi’s is a staple in the Bartlesville community, having opened its doors in 2011 and proudly serving classic Italian dishes like Tortellini Alla Panna, Chicken Marsala and Stromboli for the past decade.

The restaurant recently opened a new location on Washington Boulevard which owner Vito Morino says provides a better customer experience. If you haven’t visited yet, Mother’s Day could be the perfect time to check out the new spot.

Luigi's new location is open at 1409 SE Washington Blvd.

Morino is preparing special menu options for Mother’s Day, including steak tenderloin and chicken sponge cake.

The restaurant won’t be taking advance calls or reservations, but Morino hopes to open the outdoor patio for additional guests.

Sunday hours are 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

The Bartlesville Prize Tower designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Copper Restaurant & Bar

Copper’s opened in 2003 and currently offers artisan dishes from Chef Albert ‘Nook’ Ducre.

The restaurant has moved to the 1st floor of the Price Tower in the Plaza Dining Room while the 15th and 16th floors are being renovated.

The Mother’s Day menu will include Eggs Benedict, Florentine Crab Cakes, Quail and Waffles, Shrimp Omelet, Donuts, Mimosa Flights and special Mother’s Day drinks.

Stop by the art gallery, which is currently showing the “Evolution of Heartbreak” exhibition of works by Alexis Hallum.

Restaurant space is limited; call and make reservations at 918-336-1000.

Sunday hours are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Hideaway Pizza is located at the corner of Johnstone Ave and Frank Phillips Blvd.

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Located in the heart of downtown, Hideaway is considered by many to be the best pizza in Bartlesville, and some would say it’s among the best in the state.

Hideaway offers traditional pizzas and unique flavor combinations like The Pollinator which uses olive oil and garlic glaze, salami, spicy capicola, cup ‘n’ curl pepperoni, banana peppers and topped with honey.

Not craving pizza, try one of their baked pastas or sandwiches – and be sure to order some spicy fried pickles to share.

Hideaway won’t be taking reservations, but you can join their online waiting list.

Sunday hours are 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Soho Japanese Steakhouse is located at 320 SE Washington Blvd in Bartlesville

Soho Japanese Steakhouse

Soho opened in 2016 in the former Golden Corral location and has been wowing customers ever since.

Soho’s menu offers a variety, from hibachi meals to fresh sushi.

The hibachi grill dining experience offers tableside cooking, humor and a bit of showmanship.

If you’re not in the mood for a show, find room in open seating and enjoy the same food, but without all the heat.

Soho takes reservations online or by phone at 918-876-3936.

Sunday hours are 11:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

From left, Shawn Childress, master brewer and co-founder of Cooper and Mill Brewing Company, and his son and brewer, Asher Childress, prepare for Oktoberfest.

Cooper and Mill Brewing Company

Cooper and Mill, established in 2020, is Bartlesville’s first and only brewery.

They offer craft beer brewed on site and offer up to ten styles on tap.

Cooper and Mill is a family friendly environment with pool tables, cornhole, board games and more with plenty of room to spread out.

They offer pizzas for first come, first served every Sunday and Mother’s Day will be no different.

Sunday hours from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Send your Mother’s Day celebration photos to [email protected] so we can share them with Bartlesville.

Richard Dement

The author Richard Dement