Mother’s Day is one of the rare moments that we get to shower our mothers with love and attention. In addition to flowers, chocolate and other gifts, taking mom out to brunch is a tried and true American tradition. We know you want to make her feel extra special, so we’ve put together a list of some of the most delicious and unique brunch spots in New York, Miami and Chicago to help you celebrate with your family this Mother’s Day.
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Parish Hall: Start off a lazy Sunday with either steel cut oats or a plate of smoked trout and eggs at Parish Hall in in Williamsburg, an idyllic brunch spot from the people behind Egg.
Joni’s on Montauk: It’s almost time to start planning weekend getaways. A major stop for Montauk’s surfers, this beach side shop also provides family friendly smoothies, juices and more. A big hit are the protein-rich breakfast wraps!
The Butcher’s Daughter: Don’t let the name of this trendy NYC brunch spot fool you. The Butcher’s Daughter is a yummy vegetarian restaurant and juice bar that does a great job of making a vegan reuben sandwich taste like the real thing!
Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink: Enjoy comfort food and inventive desserts? This bistro created by James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Schwartz is the place for you! Their small plate type brunch allows you to try many different dishes. Reservations are recommended.
Zuma: For a truly high quality dining experience, bring your mom to this chic and minimalist Japanese hot spot overlooking the Miami River. Try their $75 brunch package which includes Champagne or Bloody Marys and explore several stations with Asian bites and sushi.
Cantina la Veinte: This restaurant features refined Mexican fare in a space beautifully decorated with handmade crafts and a view of the river. They feature a wide array of seafood dishes and many gluten free options. Dine on their outdoor patio and check out the adjacent food market after your meal.
Lula Cafe: Located in the hip Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago, Lula Cafe serves a delicious locally-sourced brunch with a menu that changes each season. Great for meat eaters and vegetarians alike!
Flo: Try a southwestern-style brunch in this funky, brick-lined room filled with art. Flo’s specialities include Chorizo-Tamale Hash and Portabella Tacos. Perfect for those who like a bit of spice!
Uncommon Ground: Try a house-infused organic cocktail at this eclectic, sustainable restaurant. Uncommon Ground operates the 1st certified organic food top farm in the U.S. They have outdoor seating and a hearty brunch menu with items like bbq shrimp and grits and ham & cheese stuffed brioche french toast.