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Raise a toast to Mothers!

Moms are just super when it comes to being selfless. Ask your mom what she wants for Mother’s Day and chances are, she would tell you she doesn’t really need anything, for such is their nature. But will you let Mother’s Day slip by this year without doing something special for the first woman in your life? 

May being the month for Moms, be on the lookout for things that your mom wouldn’t likely ask for, but would still appreciate. Has she been working extra hard lately? Book a massage or a pampering pedicure. Does she enjoy great food and eating out but has been too busy cooking meals at home that she hasn’t had a chance to relax and dine out? 

Find somewhere new to bring her. Does she enjoy special things like wine? Get her a good bottle of wine from one of the regions she visited. There are so many thoughtful ways to show mom you love her this Mother’s Day. One of the best ways to find the perfect gift is to visit Planet Grapes, where you will be able to earn handpicked gifts for your mom by dining and drinking wine at any Planet Grapes store from now until May 8. From massages to dinners for two, the place offers a great selection of treats to show how much you love mom. 

Just because she says she doesn’t need anything, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do something nice. Pamper your mom this Mother’s Day, and do it with special treats from us! Or best of all, treat her to a great, cozy dinner at Planet Grapes, a food and wine restaurant that allows friends, families, colleagues or even individuals to enjoy street comfort food while discovering the right wine to pair with it. All done without any drama.  

Planet Grapes is located at Tuscany at McKinley Hill (551-3713), the New Wing of Ayala Center Cebu (032-266-0526 or 032-262-0515), Shangri-La Mall (531-8207 or 532-2950) and River Park, Alabang (831-9438 or 831-9439).

Topics: Mother’s Day , Planet Grapes
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