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Enjoy Mother's Day Brunch by The Dallas Woman's Forum at the Alexander Mansion

The Dallas Woman’s Forum will open its doors for Mother’s Day Buffet Brunch on Sunday, May 10, 2015 from 11:00am  to 2:00pm, with seating from 11:00am to 12:30pm.

The menu by Spice of Life Catering will feature savory and sweet dishes for $45 (coffee, tea, champagne or mimosas, tax and gratuity included). Reservations are required and can be made by calling 214-832-4533 or at


Tossed Garden Salad with Veggies and Dried Fruits

Champagne Vinaigrette

Fresh Seasonal Fruit Salad with Berries and Whipped Cream

3/Cheese Spinach Frittata with Caramelized Onions and Mushrooms

Brown Sugar and Maple Glazed Baked Ham

Sautéed Haricot Vert

Rosemary & Garlic Roasted Baby New Potatoes

Broiled Piquant Tomatoes

Parker House Rolls and Sweet Potato Biscuits

Whipped Butter, Honey, Orange Marmalade and Strawberry Preserves

Lemon Bars and Brownies

Iced Tea with Lemons, Sugar, Sugar Substitute 

Mothers and daughters, friends and family are invited to recreate memories or create new traditions, and experience the gracious pre-World War I elegance of the Alexander Mansion, built in 1904. A graceful ambience will be created as each room of the mansion is set with its own colors and patterns of china, silver and crystal, from the personal collections of Forum members.

Proceeds will benefit the preservation of the C.H. Alexander Mansion and the charities of The Dallas Woman’s Forum. The Alexander Mansion is located at 4607 Ross Avenue.


The Dallas Woman’s Forum, a 501(c)3 organization, is a century-old organization with a distinguished history of service to the City and its citizens. It is comprised of notable professional and civic women leaders who are dedicated to the renovation and maintenance of the historic Alexander Mansion on Ross Avenue, the Forum’s home.

Founded in 1906, The Dallas Woman’s Forum is housed in the Alexander Mansion on Ross Avenue. Similar majestic mansions once lined the avenue, but only the Alexander Mansion now remains.  The Mansion was constructed in 1904 by C.H. Alexander.  After passing through two additional owners, it was purchased by The Dallas Woman’s Forum in 1930.


For information, call (214) 823-4533, or visit

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