Mother's Day Brunch Spots in the Big Apple
Posted on May 7, 2011
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If you’re taking Mom out to brunch this Sunday, don’t miss these Mother’s Day brunch spots in NYC. And don’t forget: it’s always nice to bring a bouquet Mother’s Day flowers to go with her eggs benedict!
Clinton Street Baking Company
, Lower East Side
Signature blueberry pancakes and buttermilk biscuit sandwiches with tomato jam make this a classic Mother’s Day brunch destination. It’s cosy and delicious. If mom’s got a sweet tooth, don’t worry – it’s a bakery! There are pies, cakes, and pastries to take home, too.
, East Village
Mother’s Day brunch at Yerba Buena is perfect for those moms that love Latin food. Bottomless cocktails and brunch with a Latin twist, it’s a lovely place to take Mom when she’s looking for chorizo and churros con chocolate.
A sustainable-ingredients restaurant that sources from independent farmers will warm the hearts of slow-food loveing moms. And prepare to be surprised: the menu changes daily! And for dessert? Homemade ice cream. A perfect Mother’s Day brunch spot.
, East Village
Prune has lines out the door for a reason! If you can get a spot, this charming restaurant with pink menus is perfect for a Mother’s Day brunch. The only catch is the Mother’s Day reservations are only available for parties of 2.
A roomy restaurant on the Bowery that opened last year, it’s already become famous thanks to its spectacular brunch service. With a varied menu, mom’s favorite might be the "build-a-biscuit": choice of eggs, meat (even fried chicken), cheese, avocado and red-eye gravy.
And if lines are too long on Mother’s Day, remember: you can show your mom how much you care about her with some Mother’s Day flowers
as well. Take a look through our selection, or visit our shop
on your way to brunch!