We owe our moms a lot, so of course they deserve a holiday all to themselves! Show your mother how much you appreciate her this Mother's Day with a meal at one of these delicious restaurants on Sunday, May 11.
Nothing says “appreciation” like a trip to Clio to indulge in what pastry chef Monica Glass has created for Mother's Day weekend. Mother’s Day is especially close to chef Glass’ heart, and to honor her mother, while allowing others to celebrate theirs, she has prepared special elegant desserts. Options include: a passion fruit mousse with hibiscus, coconut ash, linden blossom, and sour cream; and Chocolat à la Menthe, which features frozen mint tea and chocolate. You can enjoy these treats after a lovely dinner, as snacks at the bar, or just by themselves. Thirty percent of proceeds will go toward The Women’s Lunch Place — a nonprofit supporting local women and children struggling with poverty.
Chef Josh Lewin honors moms around town like no other with his Mother’s Day brunch at Beacon Hill Bistro. For $39 a person, you can indulge in options like roasted asparagus salad, Faroe Island salmon, and brioche French toast. Finish the meal off with a tasty treat from their dessert cart and you will all be ready to seize the day — or spend the rest of it perusing the antique and boutique stores along Charles Street or strolling through the Commons. Brunch will be served from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
As per usual, Beat Hotel has something up their sleeve for both brunch and dinner for Mother's Day and it involves more than just food and drink. In addition to their wonderful menus, live jazz tunes will fill this Harvard Square spot from 10 a.m to 3:30 p.m. this Mother's Day. À la carte brunch will also be offered and include some great dishes like wild flower honey and lemon pancakes. Specially crafted cocktails will be featured in addition to Beat's roster of 24 American wines. It’s a win-win-win for you, mom, and your tummies!
So maybe you can’t go to Paris for Mother's Day, but the next best thing is a full-blown brunch overlooking the Boston Public Gardens at Bistro du Midi. Chef Robert Sisca offers a selection of starters such as a classic Caesar with anchovies, tuna tartare, and smoked white asparagus soup. Main dishes include poached egg with cured salmon and American caviar, heirloom beet gnocchi, pan-roasted hake, or a grilled Colorado rack of lamb. Dessert features options like espresso ice cream and lemon pistachio tart. Enjoy all this and an exquisite view for $50 a person.
Chef Chris Coombs plans to shake things up at Boston Chops for the mom’s in town with a three-course prix fixe menu. Start with a few items perfect for sharing, including a basket of freshly baked croissants, sticky buns and scones, or fresh fruit plate. Move on to a choice between a duck confit omelette, huevos rancheros, or blue crab grits. You can finish off with signature desserts like apple cobbler or chocolate pistachio cake. The prix fixe menu is $49 per person and will be served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Reservations are highly recommended.
Perhaps you want to pull out all the stops for your mother this year. How about breakfast in bed, made especially for your mother in your very own home? Kitchensurfing has just what you need. Choose from a collection of incredibly talented chefs from around Greater Boston, your desired food style, and create the menu of your dreams. Ahem, mom’s dreams. Oh, did we mention clean-up is included too?
This year, The Sinclair in Harvard Square will be hosting special Mother’s Day brunch. Start with some oysters (and some bubbly, naturally), order some doughnuts for the table, share spicy eggs Benedict with jalapeño corn cakes, and go big with their waffle burger. Breakfast hash, brunch tacos, and tater tots will be available as well.
Shojo, located in Chinatown, is another great Mother’s Day option. On the 11th, this Asian bar and bistro will hold its first ever brunch event. From noon to 7:30 p.m., you can saunter in for whatever meets your fancy. On top of the diverse and interesting menu, mothers will receive flowers and dessert on the house
Chef Mark Allen knows just what his mother would like for Mother's Day and you can forget a one-day celebration. At Towne Stove and Spirits this year, Mother's Day will be made into a weekend of activities and pampering. On May 10th, get your mother over to Towne to enjoy their outdoor patio. Think hairstyling, massages, and makeup, as well as wine and appetizers served indoors throughout the day. There will also be a card station for kids (and the kid in all of us). On the 11th, Towne will be serving a traditional à la carte brunch as well as a special three-course prix fix.
Towne Stove and Spirits (credit: Marlo Marketing)
If you live out in Medfield, or are looking to plan a nice day trip, keep Zebra’s Bistro and Wine Bar in mind. Chef Brendan Pelley will be concocting meals any mother could love. A simple but inspired two-course brunch menu awaits with options like steel cut oatmeal with apple sauce and bourbon caramel (no ordinary gruel), and smoked salmon with pickled red onion and crème fraîche for starters. Second courses include options like their spaghetti carbonara, house corned beef hash and challah French toast. The cost is $28 per person.
If mom is in the mood to sleep in, treat her to a three-course dinner instead! For $45 a person, choose from skillet roasted Bar Harbor mussels, pan-seared Atlantic pollock and carrot cake, or vanilla bean panna cotta. With a menu like that, who doesn’t want to celebrate Mother’s Day in the hands of a chef fresh from the James Beard House dinner series?
Roka Akor will be offering a prix-fixe dinner this Mother’s Day for $85 per person. The menu will include wagyu beef and kimchi dumplings, prime rib with wafu dressing, and a yuzu soufflé. Mothers will also get a complimentary glass of sparkling wine and $25 gift certificate.
Treat mom to brunch at Bites Asian Tapas. Enjoy unique dishes from their brunch menu such as green tea pancakes and pulled pork waffle. Mothers will receive a free mimosa with a choice of orange, lychee, or mango juice, as well as a $10 gift certificate.
mK The Restaurant is really making sure mothers feel special this Mother’s Day. Along with a complimentary champagne toast, all mothers will receive a gift bag full of treats including gift certificates to mK, boutique p.45, and Michael & Michael Salon, as well as a take-home dessert from pastry chef Lisa Bonjour.
mK the Restaurant (credit: Isabelli Media Relations)
Chef Ryan McCaskey will give moms a special sneak peek of his new brunch service at Acadia on Mother’s Day. Starting with a selection of complimentary pastries from pastry chef Thomas Raquel, the new menu will include dishes like country-fried pork neck and eggs, Scotch eggs with violet mustard and wild watercress, and morel mushroom and leek tart. See the entire menu here.
Indulge with your mom at Bistronomic this holiday with an extensive, locally-sourced menu. The three-course brunch is $39 per adult, with bottomless mimosas for an extra $15. Look forward to dishes such as asparagus velouté, eggs Benedict meurette, and the Bistronomic Napoleon.
Weber Grill will be offering both brunch and dinner on Mother’s Day with special dishes available at each meal. Brunch will feature delicious dishes like chocolate cherry pretzel bread French toast and iron skillet hash, while dinner diners can order plank grilled Alaskan halibut and Parmesan truffle crusted New York strip. Reservations can be made here.
Take your mom out on a trip back in time with Untitled’s Big Band Brunch. Chef Jospeh Heppe will present a farm-to-table menu featuring red wine braised short rib hash and lemon curd ricotta pancakes. A 1940s-style swing band will set the mood for a celebration of the best lady around. Brunch is $40 for adults and $20 for children.
New spring dishes will be featured at The Florentine’s Mother’s Day brunch. Try the chocolate Belgian waffle or the veal skirt steak with French beans and marinated tomatoes. Mothers can also enter into a raffle to win a dinner for two at the restaurant and a spa day at JW Marriot’s Valeo Spa.
Your mom deserves the best, so why not treat her to Mother’s Day brunch at Sixteen? With indulgent offerings such as a raw bar featuring Alaskan king crab and a buffet complete with made-to-order pancakes, omelettes, and risotto, it’s a sure way to show your appreciation. All mothers will leave with a sweet treat from pastry chef Aya Fukai as well.
Give your mother delicious food and breath-taking views at the Signature Room. Their Mother’s Day brunch includes an expansive buffet and decadent à la carte options, such as strawberry basil French toast and pan seared snapper. Mothers will enjoy a complimentary mimosa upon being seated.
The Epicurious Blog
Mother&aposs Day brunch is a highlight on many people&aposs culinary calendar. Fresh spring ingredients, Champagne or sparkling wine, perhaps a leisurely family gathering on a restaurant terrace. What better way to celebrate? Well, you could always dine at the zoo. or on a boat. or throw jazz into the mix.
Here, just a sampling of the fun Mother&aposs Day offerings around the country. For more Mother&aposs Day ideas, check out our complete holiday feature.
Paso Robles, CA: Brunch at Eberle Winery (May 9)
How are you planning to celebrate?
crpaulk I agree, rarely is any city West of the Mississippi mentioned or has a blogger to add a voice to the mix on Epicurious, maybe San Francisco. Nice, but not good enough for a quick glance and then a rolled lip and a turned and spurned away attitude towards the bounty of the West.
I LOVE Seattle too! We&aposve had some great meals and wonderful times there!
My mother takes a cruise for her Mother&aposs Day and that is her treat for herself. She goes with several of her lifelong friends and they all live life big for two weeks. We do other things for her. We live far away from her, but for the last ten or so years, we have paid a landscaping company to do her spring plantings for her. She loves that because it is always so beautiful, but also because her knees are bad and her arthritis gets the best of her when she&aposs cramped on the ground for too long.
My family is great on Mother&aposs Day. We have a few of our kids away at college these days, so we&aposre not always together anymore, and Mother&aposs Day doesn&apost warrant time away from school for them.
However, my favorite Mother&aposs Days have been with all my family home, making breakfast and giving me cards and flowers. I feel like a queen with the laughter and enjoyment, and sometimes the few sparks of fights the kids have had over the years are now legend in our home and we laugh about them.
My husband especially honors me each Mother&aposs Day. He goes all out big. Being a diabetic, being pregnant five times was a little difficult on me physically and somehow, I not only survived, but thrived. So, on the day that means so much to the two of us.. making and having our family.. the honoring of carrying and caring for our children, he is humbled, and as wild and strong and all-man as he is.. I am humbled and honored by his tender love and his gifts.
Many times, the best parts of life are involved with food. And, sometimes, they are involved with just a lot of love and happiness!
My mother prefers home-cooking to any type of restaurant experience, and she&aposs quite stubborn about it. So . thank you for posting this blog, because it made me put my thinking cap on earlier than usual .
Mind you, now that I think about it, the menu will probably centre on lobsters. We usually have a nice salad, but don&apost go in for the melted butter and dangerous add-ons. We&aposre lucky to live on the east coast of Canada, where the lobster season is still in effect in May.
Mom lives somewhere else but my siblings will treat her like the Queen she is!
Hi! I do try to give every area of the country a fair shake. Washington state had listings in three events roundups in a row at the end of Feb., beginning of March, for example, so I&aposm certainly not ignoring you! I always invite people to post what&aposs happening where they live too, as you have done here, which is a great way to spread word of events.
Joanna it may rain 360 days a year, in Seattle, but I don&apost think we&aposre in the Siberia of culinary events either. (You rarely mention us!) Did we insult you? Local events this weekend include:
The veg fest- http://www.vegofwa.org/vegfest/
And the Anacortes Wine Festival
Great place to take Mom in Seattle?
Slough Foods (Bow, WA ) for picnic supplies
Tutta Bella and
Quel Fromage (Bellingham, WA ) to pick up some gourmet treats for a picnic along the Beliingham waterfront.
02 | Tablescape
Available for Mother’s Day are a four-course dinner and an afternoon tea. The former comprises tender blanched octopus, creamy duck risotto, crispy pan-seared sea bass or hearty gnocchi, and a delicate green tea cake. The latter features velvet cheese mousse, almond torte, chocolate hazelnut eclairs, tartlets topped with foie gras and pistachio, and the pièce de résistance, the apple and rosemary tart.
Level 3, Grand Park City Hall Tel: 6432 5566 parkhotelgroup.com
Mother's Day restaurant roundup: Where to get mom delicious food
Apr. 21—Pandemic or not, your mother deserves a nice meal on her big day. Thankfully, many local restaurants and businesses are serving up creative and delicious meals on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 9.
Support local businesses and give your mother the perfect culinary treat this Mother's Day by purchasing one of these Mother's Day carryout specials.
This is not a comprehensive list. For those businesses who wish to add their Mother's Day carryout or delivery meal specials to this list, please email Ashley Moor at [email protected]
Where: 27 S. Broadway St., Lebanon
When: Sunday, May 9 from noon to 8 p.m.
More info: Website — Facebook
The historic Golden Lamb restaurant's Mother's Day menu will include the following items:
First course: — Family Style Relish Platter: Local egg salad, pimento cheese, pickled vegetables, sweet corn relish and sea salt crostini ($8.95) — Legendary Sauerkraut Balls with cocktail sauce and house mustard ($9.59) — Local Ham & Heirloom Bean Soup with chopped bacon and crème fraîche ($6.95). Guests can also substitute an entree salad for $3.99. — Cheese Curd Basket with garden ranch dip ($8.79) — Chilled Shrimp Dijonaise: Four gulf shrimp, dijonnaise and pickled mustard seeds ($14.95)
Main courses are served with a signature salad, yeast rolls and apple butter. Guests are able to substitute cottage cheese with fresh strawberries and pineapple for an additional $3.95. — Golden Lamb Fried Chicken with herb cheese mashed potatoes, fresh vegetables and skillet gravy ($24.95) — Roasted Turkey Breast with sausage apple stuffing, herb cheese mashed potatoes, two-day turkey gravy, fresh vegetables and cranberry relish ($24.95) — Bronzed Sea Scallops: Four colossal scallops, pesto-creamed potatoes, green beans, pickled red onions, charred lemon emulsion, balsamic reduction and toasted parmesan ($31.95). — Certified Angus Beef Tenderloin: Roasted and carved and topped with crispy onions. Served with herb cheese mashed potatoes, fresh vegetables and cabernet jus ($36.95) — Braised Pennsylvania Lamb Shank with herb cheese mashed potatoes, cabernet reduction and fresh vegetables ($34.95) — Tortellini Florentine: Four-cheese tortellini with ricotta cream and tossed with local mushrooms, spinach and sun-ripened tomatoes ($23.95) — Sautéed Faroe Island Salmon crowned with sweet crab, hollandaise sauce, creamy heirloom grains and fresh vegetables ($28.95)
Each dessert is $7.95. — Lemon Curd Cheesecake with marinated strawberries and candied pistachios — Triple Chocolate Mousse Cake with Nutella caramel sauce and whipped cream — Vanilla Iced Carrot Cake with caramel and whipped cream — Sister Lizzie's Shaker Sugar Pie with whipped cream and caramel sauce
Customers can also opt for a scoop of peppermint patty, double chocolate or Tahitian vanilla gelato for an additional $6.25.
Children under the age of 14 can choose from a number of options on the restaurant's Little Chefs menu, which includes the following options: — Roast Turkey Breast with mashed potatoes, gravy and cranberry sauce ($13.95) — Petite Beef Tenderloin with mashed potatoes and cabernet jus ($15.95) — Chicken Tenders with french fries ($8.95)
The Little Chefs meal will also include a soft drink, juice or milk. Non-refillable chocolate milk and Shirley Temples are available for an additional $3.95.
Reservations can be made by visiting The Golden Lamb's website. Larger families or those interested in private dining can place a reservation by calling the restaurant at 513-932-5065.
Where: 329 E. 5th St., Dayton
When: Sunday, May 9 from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
More info: Website — Facebook
This Mother's Day, Lily's Dayton in the Oregon District is giving customers the option of either enjoying a special feast in the restaurant or from the comfort of their own home.
From 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 9, customers will be able to enjoy a special Mother's Day prix fixe menu. No regular menu will be available. The special Mother's Day meal is $26 per person.
The Mother's Day dine-in menu will consist of the following options:
Appetizers (choose one): — Deviled Eggs: Lily's Bloody Mary Mix filling garnished with pickled red onion (two pieces, gluten-free and vegetarian-friendly) — Strawberry and asparagus salad with mixed greens, honeyed pistachios, goat cheese and strawberry-basil vinaigrette (gluten-free and vegetarian-friendly)
Entrees (choose one): — Bourbon apple barbecued Amish chicken served with roasted spring vegetables and creamy tri-colored potato salad (gluten-free) — Sweet scarlet grapefruit barbecue-glazed salmon served with roasted spring vegetables and creamy tri-colored potato salad (gluten-free) — Spring vegetable pasta in lemon caper sauce (vegetarian-friendly)
Desserts (choose one): — Rhubarb and strawberry brown sugar oat crisp (gluten-free and vegetarian-friendly) — Lemon-blueberry pound cake with lemon cream cheese icing (vegetarian-friendly)
Lily's Dayton will also offer pre-ordered and ready-to-eat Mother's Day meals as a carryout option that serves two to four people: — Lox or "Mock Lox" Bagel Box: Customers can choose smoked salmon or smoked carrot ribbons served with bagels, dill whipped cream cheese, pickled red onion, caperberries and fresh cucumber ($20 for two bagels and $38 for four bagels) — BBQ Picnic Box: Customers can choose between sweet scarlet grapefruit BBQ glazed salmon filet or bourbon apple barbecued Amish chicken served with roasted spring vegetables and creamy tri-colored potato salad. All gluten-free. (Salmon for two is $32 and salmon for four is $64. Chicken for two is $30 and chicken for four is $60).
Available add-on appetizers, salads and desserts: — Deviled Eggs: Lily's Bloody Mary Mix filling, garnished with pickled red onion (four pieces, gluten-free and vegetarian-friendly) ($7) — Strawberry and asparagus salad with mixed greens, honeyed pistachios, goat cheese and strawberry-basil vinaigrette (gluten-free and vegetarian-friendly) — Rhubarb and strawberry brown sugar oat crisp salad (gluten-free and serves two for $11 or four for $16) — Lemon-blueberry pound cake with lemon cream cheese icing (serves two for $11 and four for $16)
The bar will be open throughout the day to sell DORA drinks for outside consumption. Bottles of wine ranging between $14-$16 will also be available for purchase.
Those who prefer a dine-in experience can place a reservation by visiting Tock's website. Upon making a reservation, customers will be required to make a $5 deposit per person that will be applied to the final bill. The deposit will be refunded with at least 48 hours notice of cancellation.
Orders for the Mother's Day takeout meals can be placed by visiting Lily's Dayton's website. Customers will select a specific time in which to pick up their carryout meal on Sunday, May 9.
Where: 5474 North, OH-48, Lebanon
When: Sunday, May 9 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Give your mother a truly unique meal by taking her to Lebanon's Hidden Valley Orchards.
Customers can indulge in a small brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. or lunch from noon to 3 p.m. The brunch menu includes French toast, quiche and biscuits and gravy, while the lunch menu consists of salad, chicken salad, grilled bacon, cheese and more. Along with those menu items, Hidden Valley Orchards will also serve coffee, tea, "MOMosas" and Bloody Marys.
In addition, CC Blooms will be onsite selling fresh flowers and Anita & The Daves will perform from noon to 3 p.m.
Customers are advised to bring their chairs to eat their food out on the farm as the table seating onsite is limited. Reservations are not available for this event as it is an "informal outing."
Star City Brewing Company and Ghostlight Coffee
Where: Star City Brewing Company, 319 S. 2nd St., Miamisburg
When: Sunday, May 2 from noon to 3 p.m.
Star City Brewing Company's Peerless Mill Winery and Ghostlight Coffee have teamed up to create a special four-course, pre-Mother's Day brunch menu for your mother on Sunday, May 2. The brunch menu, which revolves are Peerless Mill wines and Ghostlight's creative cuisines, features the following items: — Appetizer: Sweet and Savory French Toast and Bacon Bake (vegan version with vegan bacon) paired with Strawberry Lemon Wine — Seven Layer Salad: Chopped romaine, candied bacon (candied pecans for vegan), shredded gouda (vegan cheese for vegan option), sweetie drop peppers, red onion, microgreens and housemade dressing (vegan), paired with Pinot Grigio — Main course: Baked ziti with housemade roasted tomato sauce and meatballs (vegan Impossible burger meatballs and vegan cheese in baked ziti for vegan option), paired with Pinot Noir — Dessert: Spiced sheet cake with salted caramel glaze (all vegan), paired with Apple Pie Hard Cider
The pre-Mother's Day brunch is $60 per person and only groups of up to 10 people can be accommodated. Reservations can be made by visiting the event's Facebook page.
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Authorities in South Carolina said Sunday night that they believe they’ve closed in on a man accused of four killings in two states who has eluded police for almost a week. Officers, dogs, helicopters and drones have searched for in woods, neighborhoods and industrial areas for Tyler Terry, 26, since he ran from the wrecked car he was a passenger in last Monday night in Chester County. On Sunday afternoon, the Chester County Sheriff’s Office said officers were actively pursuing Terry in a wooded area near Highway 9 in Richburg.
Dad of 4-Year-Old Slain in Dallas Apologizes for Leaving Kids
via Trevor GernonThe father of the 4-year-old boy kidnapped from his bed and dumped dead on a Dallas street says he will never forgive himself for leaving his son and his twin brother with a friend while he skipped town under a cloud of legal problems.Trevor Gernon released a recorded statement on his sister’s YouTube account both apologizing for not taking care of his son Cash and asking the public not to be too hard on him.Gernon said that when he moved to Dallas, he moved in with an old friend, Monica Sherrod, and when he moved back to Houston “after an unsuccessful job hunt amongst other things,” he decided they would be better off with her.“I felt it was in the boys’ best interest to not disrupt their routine,” he said of Cash and his brother, Carter, who was not harmed and is now with his mother.“They were comfortable, they were around other kids, and from what it appeared, Monica was a trustworthy person. This choice I made with best of intentions has resulted in a most horrific outcome.”On May 15, an intruder was caught on a baby monitor camera sneaking into Cash and Carter’s bedroom at Sherrod’s home and lifting the still-sleeping boy from his bed.Two hours later, a passer-by found the child’s body tossed on the street. Police said he had been stabbed.Darriynn Brown, 18, who has some nebulous ties to Sherrod’s family, was charged with kidnapping and burglary, but police are waiting for the results of forensic tests to make a decision on murder charges. Investigators have not released a motive, and Brown’s mother has said she believes her son is being framed.Sherrod told reporters that Gernon left town after being ordered by a court into rehab. CrimeOnline obtained court records showing several outstanding charges against Gernon in Harris County.Gernon referenced his legal issues, saying in the recording, “I have to fear for my freedom, as it is the goal of some to see me go to jail rather than grieve the loss of my little boy.” He did not disclose his location or legal status.Crying at times, he did take responsibility for failing to protect the twins.“I have paid the most ultimate and painful price for my poor judgment and I have to live with this devastation every single day,” he said.“I will never forgive myself. If I could, I would go back and do everything different. This is a nightmare that doesn’t go away once I open my eyes in the morning. We just don’t understand how this could happen to such a bright and cheerful kid.”Addressing the boys’ mother, Melinda Seagroves, he added, “I am so sorry that I failed to keep him safe. That is my job as his dad and I was not able to do that and I’m sorry.”As The Daily Beast reported, Gernon has racked up a string of arrests over the years, serving 68 days in county lockup for a 2018 assault on his father during an argument over a credit-card bill.The Strange New Turn in the Case of 4-Year-Old Cash GernonFollowing his indictment on felony drug possession charges last November, he failed to appear for a March 29, 2021, hearing and thus forfeited a $10,000 bond payment. There is now an open warrant out for his arrest.Johnny Flanagan, whose son gave Gernon a job at his shop until they had a falling-out, told The Daily Beast: “He’s one of these guys that kind of goes whichever way the wind blows, you know, and he’ll do good for several months and then do bad for several months and you know, just up and disappear.”In the recording, Gernon pleaded for mercy in the court of public opinion.“I’m barely getting through a day that doesn’t take me to a dark place,” he said. “I hope you all could understand how fragile we all are and how quickly things can turn upside down…“I would hope that we can all cooperate and band together to make sure Cash gets the justice he deserves.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
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7 Restaurant to Dine this Mother&rsquos Day in the Philadelphia Suburbs
Chef and owner Chip Roman is creating a special four-course Mother&rsquos Day dinner menu, that will be served from 4-9 p.m. Look for selections of English pea soup, blue crab risotto and Lancaster County chicken. House made desserts include goat cheese panna cotta, passionfruit semifreddo and lemon poppy beignets.
119 Fayette St., Conshohocken, (610) 397-0888.
Offering brunch fit for a queen, Bright Spot Café is upping the atne with a complimentary mimosa so mom can relax in this casual sunny spot in Eagleview. Chicken and waffles, shrimp and grits and a slew of skillet dishes are made with fresh ingredients. Explore health-conscious dishes without the guilt, including the must-have signature cauliflower home fries.
541 Wellington Square, Exton, (484) 909-3284.
Toast to Mom with a complimentary mimosa at this celebratory buffet brunch. Delve into cinnamon rum brioche French toast, citrus-marinated grilled chicken breast with mango-pineapple salsa and chipotle agave sauce or honey lavender glazed salmon fillet with teriyaki-ginger sauce. The kids get their own buffet and decadent desserts are a must at this award-winning hotel.
1 Liberty Blvd., Malvern, (610) 296-9800.
Chef Steve Howells and partner Lauryn Brown are introducing brunch at Louette&rsquos, which will debut on Mother&rsquos Day. This Phoenixville darling will offer a menu that blends a love of hyper-local vegetables and herbs for dishes like hanger steak and eggs served with hash browns, an open-face croque monsieur, house-made duck ham and brioche served with gruyere cheese and grainy mustard sauce. Save room for cinnamon rolls with a vanilla cream cheese pecan crumble.
106 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (484) 924-9906.
Savona will serve an all-day Mother&rsquos Day menu to celebrate mom. Expect golden fried artichokes, burgundy-braised beef short ribs, or go for one of the special &ldquoextras&rdquo like the artisanal cheese trolley. Keep things jovial with well-presented cocktails including the Runaway, Golden Fig Sour or the decadent Black Forest Gateau.
100 Old Gulph Road, King of Prussia, (610) 520-1200.
Take a Sunday drive and enjoy the country ambience at this family-owned historic inn. The brunch menu provides casual farm-to-table fare featuring a breakfast board that delivers grilled bread, local preserves, Pequea Valley yogurt, granola, red beet deviled eggs and honey. Or go all out with a crab, smoked ham or grilled-ramp bennie. Kids will love the s&rsquomore pancakes.
3512 Strasburg Road, Coatesville, (484) 718-5121.
Surround yourelf by whimsical portrayls of man’s best friend at this cozy spot. Imbibe on craft cocktails, bubbly wines and seasonal beer as you delve into the spring menu on offer. Think Polish potato dumplings, oysters on the half shell, versallo salmon and pork milanese paired with sides like Chinese broccoli, Kennett Square mushrooms and truffle parmesan fries.
Places in Singapore for Mother’s Day Brunch
The restaurant that inspires life with traditional European and Southeast Asian cuisine with a family-style brunch that will keep the whole family happy!
SPRMRKT is the place to go for some family-style brunchin’! They offer an amazing and generous feast for the whole family. Mother’s Day would be the perfect day for this visit because they offer some family-style brunches, serves 3-5 people consisting of some heart-worthy Southeast Asian cuisine such as roasted chicken, salmon, and spinach pasta, Himalayan pink-salt crusted sea bass and so much more! Try out their signature chiffon cake to celebrate this special occasion – a sweet finish!
(2) PS. Cafe at Dempsey Hill
Thoughtfully detailed interiors, lush surroundings, friendly relaxed service, and generous portions have made PS. Cafe a local favorite. This is the perfect place for legendary brunches and celebrations in beautiful surroundings.
What better place is there to enjoy a nice brunch with your mom in a garden surrounded by greens! PS Cafe is the charming and understated spot for its contemporary multi-cultures such as Japanese, East Western, everyday gourmets and savoury cafe classics. They offer amazing brunches and lazy afternoon teas as well as delightful desserts! It would be the perfect place to celebrate such a special occasion in beautiful surroundings. PS. Cafe is located in several areas around Singapore, however the Harding Road location is the one to book for this special day.
(3) Merci Marcel
For an authentic French experience, Merci Mercel will sure to impress mom! Enjoy delicious some authentic French cuisines and cheese and cold cuts in this chic Bohemian atmosphere with your dearest mom!
Merci Marcel is located in Tiong Bahru and is a Bohemian-style cafe featuring a luxurious glasshouse garden patio – just like the sunny beachside of Bali! At times like this when we cannot travel, sometimes getaway with a unique themed cafe may be just what our special moms need. The modern decor with a vivid citrus-toned palette and mustard mosaic tile flooring will instantly put you in a relaxing mood the moment you step in! For brunch, they offer some healthy yet delicious brunch classics such as eggs Benedict, homemade fries, club sandwiches as well as some hearty French bakeries like croissants and pain au chocolat.
(4) The Grand Lobby at Raffles Hotel
Doesn’t a bubbly three-tiered afternoon tea with your mom just sound divine? The Grand Lobby @ Raffles Hotel will give you just that!
Looking to transport your mom to the Victorian era? The Grand Lobby @ Raffles is the perfect place for that! The grandeur of the lobby will simply leave your mom breathless! The Grand Lobby is an elegant place to celebrate Mother’s Day with exquisite teas, champagne, freshly baked scones and cakes. Amazing ambiance and delicious food for a perfect occasion! What are you waiting for? Make your reservations before it gets fully booked on Mother’s Day!
(5) Skai Swissotel
SKAI is a place for food connoisseurs, as well as moms that want to experience the beautiful Singapore skyline while dining in style.
SKAI is a sophisticated yet vibrant contemporary grill restaurant on the 70th floor of Singapore’s prestigious Swissotel, The Stamford. The stunning city views, impeccable service, and personalized drinks create the ideal atmosphere. Their traditional English afternoon tea will leave you with a gastronomic delight! Not many restaurants are able to capture the amazing panoramic views of Singapore. Dining in SKAI with your mom on this special occasion will definitely leave you with a wonderful memory! If you’re looking for a memorable venue and a perfect meal, SKAI is the place to go!
Calling all mothers who are tea lovers! Mom can have her pick, as TWG Tea offers the largest tea list in the world! The exclusive blends from every tea-producing country will leave your mom speechless!
Create a memorable day with your mom with a high tea at the finest tea place in Singapore! TWG is an infamous brand for its remarkable teas, branched out all over the world and highly recognized. TWG would be the ideal place to enjoy some innovative tea-infused cuisine with some of your favorite bites such as their signature macarons, chocolate bonbons, mousse cakes, scones, sandwiches and so much more!
(7) Hilton Singapore
It’s time to celebrate Mother’s Day in an All-Pink themed high tea dining!
Let’s give our mom some pampering by taking her for a relaxing afternoon tea at D9 Cakery, Hilton Singapore. With desserts ranging from macarons to pralines and tarts that are handcrafted exquisitely by Executive Pastry Chef Cindy Khoo while sipping on your choice of ‘Pink’ Hot Chocolate, Black Coffee or TWG Tea selections, it will definitely be an afternoon to remember.
(8) Kreams Krafthouse
While a trip to Korea may not be quite possible now due to current travel restrictions, this is where you can experience Autumn with you mom!
If you’re in the mood for something unique, you can take your mom to Kreams Krafthouse in Tanjong Pagar for a special summer escape! The interior of this cafe is inspired by autumn and is filled with sun-faded leaves, creating a beautiful atmosphere. They are inspired by autumn in Korea and it would be a nice place to visit and a pleasant surprise as if you’ve traveled to another season! They have the popular dalgona latte, which went viral for its sweet flavor and to go with some nicely brewed coffee, they offer variations of scones such as matcha, cranberry, chocolate, Korean yuzu citrus, cinnamon and so many more
(9) Salted & Hung
For all moms who love rosé, Salted & Hung is a contemporary Australian restaurant for a bottomless brunch. Salted & Hung located at Purvis Street, is definitely a must-visit if you’re looking for a good deal with an abundance of dishes to indulge in!
Try their signature grilled crayfish with XO sauce, hand-rolled cacao e Pepe (pasta), some fresh French oysters to go with the most delightful rose. Bring your mom for a pleasant surprise at this rustic yet sophisticated decorated restaurant for a nice brunch!
(10) Marmalade Pantry
A pioneer known to have established bistro cuisine in minimalist settings. If you’re looking for a relaxing time to brunch with you mom, The Marmalade Pantry would be the ideal place to take her!
Marmalade Pantry is a homegrown bistro offering splendid modern bistro cuisine with a twist of local flavors. They have 3 locations in Singapore, beautifully designed with pink pastel themes and a sophisticated interior. Some locations have glass ceilings, so you can enjoy the greenery while brunching. Their Singapore pasta and weekend brunches with green tea accompaniment may be such a pleasant treat for her! Finish off with their exquisite cupcakes and have a little celebration to show her our love for all she provides for us!
Happy Mother’s Day to all the Super Moms out there! Hope you have a fabulous day being pampered by your loved ones. You deserve this special day!
This rainbow trout filet is filled with lump crab meat, and served with crispy sweet potato curls and garlic kale. It’s on Rainbow Lodge’s special Mother’s Day brunch menu, available from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Photo by Paula Murphy.
Rainbow Lodge, 2011 Ella: Houston’s best-loved spot for wild game in a beautiful, natural setting has a special Mother’s Day brunch available from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The three-course meal includes a choice of appetizers such as a gem lettuce wedge salad with bacon and avocado, Fried Texas Quail Bites and marinated beefsteak tomatoes. Entrées reflect land and sea with selections such Rainbow Trout Fillet with Lump Crab and Pecan Brown Butter, Fusilli Pasta with Wild Boar Sausage Crumbles, brioche French toast and lobster risotto. Dessert choices include dark chocolate mousse with raspberry whipped cream and a Passion Fruit-Pistachio Mousse Cake. The cost is $55 per person, plus tax, tip and gratuity. Reservations are strongly encouraged. Call (713) 861-8666 to reserve a table.
10 places to brunch/dine at on Mother’s Day
Mother’s day is a very special day for most of us. It’s the day that we spend time with our loved ones and appreciate everything our mothers do for us. A special occasion always calls for amazing food. Here are the top places to brunch/dine at on Mother’s Day.
Bristol Bar & Grill
Kentucky hot brown or Theresa’s Sweet Chili Linguine anyone? The food is excellent with even better prices. It’s the perfect atmosphere to enjoy your mother and family.
Sit by the river and enjoy dinner and cocktails with your family. Captains Quarters is known for their riverside seating and amazing seafood. Have a fabulous time with your mother while listening to music, enjoying amazing views and eating even better food.
Known for their famous steaks, Lee Moo is the place to go on Mother’s Day. Ranked as one of the best steak houses in the country. Enjoy the impeccable atmosphere and even better food!
You’re in for a treat at Grassa Gramma. It’s Louisville newest Italian restaurant. Not only do they serve great Italian, but their decor is a must see! From the architecture, the decor, the food, and even the bathrooms. Everything is beautiful and delicious!
Rivue Restaurant and Lounge
Rivue Restaurant and Lounge offers a beautiful view of the city. The brunch buffet is 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Adults: $29.99 Children ages 12 and under: $11.99. They offer a huge selection from omelets to salmon!
Proof on Main
Excellent food. Just the right portions, great cocktails, and amazing service. What more can you ask for? The fresh salmon is one of our favorites! It’s a must for people who love well-made food.
Food that is darn right perfection! Butchertown Grocery is excellent for any occasion. Each menu item is prepared fresh and is divine! The tradition of bringing people together through great food.
Franco’s food feeds the soul. Enjoy one of the cities best soul food restaurant. The fried chicken, fried catfish, and fried port-chop are a few of our favorite menu items. If you like soul food just as much as we do, you’re in for a treat.
Excellent, well-prepared food. One of Louisville’s finest east side restaurants. The ambiance is medieval, paintings are on the ceiling throughout the restaurant, couple the ambiance with the amazing food & drink combo and you’re good to go!
Best Places For Mother’s Day Brunch In Cleveland
What better place than Crop Bistro and Bar to bring mom on Mother&rsquos Day? Feast your eyes on the vaulted copper ceilings and marble columns and let your taste buds guide you through a menu based on local, fresh seasonal ingredients. Try the grilled flatbread with warmed goat cheese and wild mushrooms or the soft wedge salad with either salmon or bistro steak. Whatever you&rsquore dining on, the company you&rsquore with will love Mother&rsquos Day at Crop Bistro and Bar. On Sunday, May 11, the restaurant opens early at 12 p.m. for moms and closes early at 8 p.m. and will offer its full dinner menu all day long.
The modern, sleek design and location shouldn&rsquot dissuade you from choosing Dante Boccuzzi Akron, affectionately known as D.B.A., for your Mother&rsquos Day brunch. While you might think a &ldquomodern menu&rdquo means small portions of deconstructed food, just the opposite is true. The menu at D.B.A. is as enticing as it comes. Pasta like linguini with littleneck clams and Chardonnay sauce or scallops with saffron and pancetta await you here. Show mom the best time at D.B.A. and just wait for the praise.
Fahrenheit in historic Tremont has a longstanding history of being the place to dine when looking for fresh and innovative American cuisine. A menu that changes and stays the same (keeping longstanding favorites) is the only way chef and owner Rocco Whalen would have it. Taking mom to Fahrenheit for Mother&rsquos Day is a great way to show your love. Adults are $37.50 and kids are $19.50 with two seatings at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. She&rsquoll adore the selection of pizzas, butter-poached Maine lobster mac and cheese and chocolate lava cake. Fahrenheit will make you and your mother reflect on how much you love food.
A warm, inviting restaurant with a menu that has an item for everyone that&rsquos what you&rsquoll find at Cedar Creek Grille. From crab cakes to chicken paillard, the menu options are made from local ingredients and are never overly complicated. Keep Mother&rsquos Day amazing for mom at a restaurant where comfort and relaxation are key to a good dining experience. Begin or end Mother&rsquos Day at Cedar Creek Grille with a fabulous drink like The Grille Bellini and you&rsquore sure to make memories. The Cedar Creek Grille doesn’t offer a set price for brunch, but it does include some delicious additions to its normal lunch menu to celebrate moms on their special day.
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Where to wine and dine the mother in your life this Mother’s Day
Nothing says “I love you” like treating your nearest and dearest to a dinner date that will leave their hearts full, and stomachs even fuller. Treat the motherly figure in your life this Mother’s Day to a dining experience they deserve. From à la carte to three-course meals, Remix has rounded up the best wining and dining establishments to head to this Sunday - but don’t forget to book to avoid disappointment!
Lower Hobson Street, Customs Street West
Described as a Soulicious experience, Soul Bar knows how to celebrate in style. With a location and view fit for a queen, there’s no doubt their special Mother’s Day three-course meal will be any less than impressive. Also, there’s truffle and cheese doughnuts. just saying.
Looking for a dining experience like no other? Euro creates dishes inspired by Aotearoa’s surroundings, sourcing ingredients with the purpose to create and innovate. This season's menu focuses on the ocean, land and garden, with yellow-tailed kingfish and steamed duck shumai stand-out crowd favourites. Euro ensures there is a dish for every palette, but if unsure or mum’s feeling a bit indecisive, just consult their knowledgeable staff for tailored recommendations.
Harbourside Ocean Bar Grill
99 Quay Street, Auckland City
Whether you’re looking to take mum out for lunch, dinner or dessert, Harbourside has all three bases covered (and more) with an all-encompassing selection of delicious dishes. Harbourside is known for its unparalleled historic location, The Ferry Building, which boasts views across the harbour. Indulge in Atlantic scallops to start, followed by grilled venison then, to finish, we recommend the c rème brûlée . We’ll cheers to that.
99 Quay Street, The Ferry Building, Auckland & 17 Marine Parade, Queenstown
It’s made a name for itself beyond New Zealand - and for good reason. Offering up the best of New Zealand produce, most notably ‘the butcher’s block’, a concept that sees quality local ingredients, cooked to absolute perfection. Located in Auckland and Queenstown, both restaurants provide a slice of homely heaven. With luscious seating and an unrivalled elegant ambience, a dinner at this iconic restaurant leaves you feeling all the love.
They may be the new kid on the block but they’ve certainly garnered quite the sizable following already. Daphnes is a modern Greek bar taverna serving up the best souvlaki on the iconic Ponsonby strip. Described by the owners as a ‘Greek feast with a twist’, it’s a contemporary Greek culinary experience unlike anything else we’ve encountered in Auckland. With an evolving menu and a wine list longer than the strip itself, Daphnes is most definitely the Greek-style family experience you’ll want to share this Mother’s Day. Also, don’t leave without ordering the saganaki. Trust us.
Ostro High Tea
Seafarers Building, 52 Tyler Street, Auckland
Why not do something extra special to commemorate the day? Ostro’s High Tea experience will certainly give you and your queen the royal treatment. Exclusive to Sundays, this high tea experience is a slice of British excellence fit for Her Majesty. With crayfish, caviar and of course endless amounts of Veuve Clicquot on offer, you and your loved ones will be treated like royals. If your mum is more of a homebody then opt for the takeaway high tea option, complemented with your chosen TK wine - it’s a great way to bring fine dining to her. Make sure you book through the website to secure your spot.
106-108 Quay Street Auckland
If you’re not too transfixed by the interior and can pry your eyes away to the menu, then you’re for a treat. With beef carpaccio, pan-roasted flounder and chocolate torte on the menu it will be a hard experience to top. As it is a special day, we recommend getting a round of fruity cocktails to start, the lavender infused blackberry mix definitely holds a special place in our heart.