It’s time to celebrate the mothers and mother figures in our lives.
Dallas-Fort Worth restaurants are preparing upscale brunches, casual lunches, seasonal cocktails, and even a drag show on Mother’s Day, May 8. Reservations are encouraged at most places.
Both locations of the Dallas restaurant will serve a brunch with a smoked salmon breakfast nest, crawfish etouffee Benedict, and prime rib hash. Prices vary. Regular menu will be served in the evening. 4217 Oak Lawn Ave. and 5251 Spring Valley Road, Dallas.
The regular brunch menu will include housemade granola, lamb kofta shakshuka, breakfast flatbread and chocolate babka French toast. Prices vary. All wines will be half-price. 5630 Village Glen Drive, Dallas.
Enjoy $2 mimosas until 3 p.m. Locations across D-FW.
A three-course brunch menu includes crab Florentine Benedict, steak and eggs, and bananas foster French toast. Cost is $68 per person. Mothers will receive complimentary chocolate truffles. 600 N. Akard St., Dallas.
Kids eat free on Mother’s Day. Locations across D-FW.
Dive is offering guests a special Mother’s Day to-go menu with cheeseboards and bottles of wine. Prices vary. Call 214-891-1700 to place an order. 3404 Rankin St., Dallas.
Terra, Eataly’s third-floor restaurant, will serve brunch with Terra Toast with housemade brioche, strawberries, balsamic reduction and whipped ricotta, and Frittata di Asparagi. Guests can mix their own sparkling Italian drinks at a build-your-own bollicine bar. Prices vary. 8687 N. Central Expressway, Dallas.
The Dallas restaurant will serve a menu with scallop aguachile, grilled chipotle chicken, filet mignon, lava rock seafood molcajete, corn tamales and more. Prices vary. 1201 Oak Lawn Ave., Suite 160, Dallas.
The Bishop Arts District neighborhood restaurant will offer a special brunch with blue corn butterscotch pancakes, skillet quiche, house-made English muffins with beef cheek pastrami, deviled egg puree and pimento cheese. Prices vary. 614 W. Davis St., Dallas.
The restaurant inside the Adolphus Hotel will celebrate with a spring tea menu, which includes small bites, champagne and live harp music. Cost is $65 or $30 for children 12 and under. 1321 Commerce St., Dallas.
The taco chain will offer Baja-inspired family meals, including a choice of two meats, sides, chips and salsa, tortillas and fixings like lettuce, tomatoes and shredded cheese. Meals are $35 for four to six people or $50 for six to eight people. Place your order online or by calling your local Fuzzy’s. Locations across D-FW.
A brunch menu includes whole lobster Benedict, crispy deviled eggs, oysters on the half shell, and an omelet station. Prices vary. 2525 Elm St., Suite 150, Dallas.
A special brunch menu features a kolache board, French toast, stuffed squash blossoms, Croque Madames and beignets. Prices vary. 208 S. Akard St., Dallas.
The restaurant will host a ranch-to-table buffet with a Gulf shrimp cocktail bar, house-cured smoked salmon, carving station, taco bar and chicken and waffles. Cost is $49.95 for adults, $19.95 for children 5 to 12, and free for ages four and under. 5901 Winthrop St., Suite 110, Plano.
Try the signature cocktail Mama Knows Best, with hints of peach, lemon and rose, made with Plantation Pineapple Rum. Menu features shakshuka, a cast iron cinnamon roll and apple churro pancakes. Prices vary. 200 Mule Alley Drive, Fort Worth.
The bakery will offer custom Mother’s Day cookies. Call 214-654-0833 to place an order. Orders must be placed at least 24 hours in advance. Special Mother’s Day-themed cookies will also be available in the case for walk-ins. 5600 W. Lovers Lane, Suite 143, Dallas.
The Dallas steakhouse will serve pork belly Benedict, brioche French toast, and steak and eggs. Chef John Tesar’s famous burgers and steaks will also be available. Moms will receive a complimentary mimosa. Prices vary. 5300 E. Mockingbird Lane, Dallas.
Regular menu will be served, along with $5 Bloody Marys, $5 Bloody Marias and $5 Tepache Mimosas. 5630 Village Glen Drive, Dallas.
Take Mom to a drag show and meet-and-greet with the performers at Legacy Food Hall. Brunch and themed cocktails will be served. Tickets are $60. 7800 Windrose Ave., Plano.
A special brunch will offer seared scallops, pan-seared Alaskan halibut, soft-shell crab curry and Vietnamese coffee cake. Drinks will include a strawberry lemongrass martini and botanical garden cocktail. Regular menu is also available. Prices vary. Locations in Dallas, Fort Worth and Southlake.
Brunch entrees include lobster Benedict, smoked salmon crepes, duck confit and an orange tart. Regular menu is also available. Prices range from $12 to $32. 2550 Harry Hines Blvd., Dallas.
A four-course brunch features a pastry and bread board, brioche French toast, ricotta ravioli with ramps, and calabresa sausage with crispy potatoes, black beans, cilantro and sunny-side-up eggs. Cost is $65 per person. A $25 kids’ menu is available. For dessert, there is a yucca and coconut cake and catupiry cheesecake with goiabada jam. 5650 Village Glen Drive, Dallas.
An Italian dinner will feature wood-fired meatballs, crispy veal chop parmesan, and yellowish tuna tartare. The Mother’s Day special is Georges Banks sea scallops with King crab arancini served with English peas and morel mushrooms for $56. 1401 Elm St., 49th floor, Dallas.
A four-course menu will feature breadcrumb shrimp, dumpling soup, cuts of ribeye, tenderloin and hanger steak, and marinated short rib. Dessert is a raspberry white chocolate tart. Cost is $60 per person. Regular menu is also available. 2254 Royal Lane, Dallas.
A special brunch menu features salmon and avocado toast, Khai Jeow (crab omelette), a Lychee Bellini, and Mint Chocolate Marquise. A kids’ menu offers silver dollar pancakes, scrambled eggs and more. Prices vary. 1628 Oak Lawn Ave., Suite 120, Dallas.
Perry’s Mother’s Day special is a filet mignon stuffed with sauteed spinach, wild mushrooms, garlic, onion, fresh herbs and three cheeses for $49. To-go orders are also available. Locations in Dallas, Frisco and Grapevine.
The Deep Ellum spot will serve croque monsieur, cast iron sticky bread, smoked salmon carpaccio, panettone French toast and brunch cocktails. Prices vary. 2639 Main St., Suite 130, Dallas.
The restaurant will host a ranch-to-table buffet with a Gulf shrimp cocktail bar, house-cured smoked salmon, carving station, taco bar and chicken and waffles. Cost is $49.95 for adults, $19.95 for children 5 to 12, and free for ages four and under. 857 W. John Carpenter Freeway, Irving.
A three-course prix fixe brunch features smoked salmon bagels, red velvet stuffed French toast, short rib and avocado Benedict, and strawberry shortcake. Cost is $70 per person. 2501 N. Harwood Street, Dallas.
Salata will be open Mother’s Day with its usual menu of built-to-order salads and wraps, soups, organic tea and lemonade. Locations across D-FW.
Mother’s Day brunch will include breakfast pastries, a smoked salmon station, an omelet station and a prime rib carving station. Petal to the Metal will set up a flower cart outside to create custom bouquets. Cost is $50 for adults and $25 for children. 211 S. Akard St., Dallas.
A three-course brunch menu features lobster and avocado salad, lox and bagels, bananas foster stuffed French toast, and crème brûlée crepes. Moms will receive complimentary chocolate truffles. Cost is $48 per person. 2001 Ross Ave., Suite 125, Dallas.
Brunch will include four different stations with salads, carved beef tenderloin, chipotle salmon and a variety of pies, cakes and pastries. Cost is $42 for adults, $15 for kids over 10, and free for kids 10 and under. 2803 Main St., Suite 110, Dallas, and 5100 Belt Line Road, Suite 540, Addison.
The bakery is offering a variety of treats, including a Mother’s Day decorated wreath cake, box of four cupcakes and a decorated daisy cake. Available May 2-8. Prices vary. Order online or in stores. Locations in Dallas and Fort Worth.
The Frisco spot will offer a choice of steak and eggs, filet mignon Benedict, crab cake Benedict or lobster tail Benedict. Cost is $55 per person, available for dine-in or curbside pre-order. A limited number of a la carte options will be available. A children’s brunch with pancakes, sausage and scrambled eggs will be available for $18. 1303 Legacy Drive, Frisco.
TJ’s Preston Royal location will serve challah French toast, migas, lobster rolls and $5 white cranberry mimosas. Both Preston Royal and Oak Lawn spots will serve regular menus. Prices vary. 6025 Royal Lane, Suite 110, and 4212 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas.
Mother’s Day specials include west coast Dungeness crab pasta and blueberry vanilla cake with cream cheese icing. Try the Floradora cocktail, with Hendrick’s Gin, raspberry syrup, lime juice and ginger beer. Prices vary. 2401 McKinney Ave., Dallas, and 1420 Plaza Place, Southlake.
Brunch will feature boeuf bourguignon hash, banana macadamia nut pancakes, lobster Benedict, pain perdue and a frozen French 75. Also available will be pineapple upside down French toast with macadamia nuts and spiced rum syrup. Prices vary. 1907 Elm St., Dallas.
Diners can enjoy Tex-Mex favorites like guacamole, queso, tacos, burritos and enchiladas. Specialty brunch items include steak and eggs, chilaquiles and churro toast. 2642 Main St., Dallas.
The restaurant inside the Sinclair Hotel in downtown Fort Worth will offer an a la carte brunch menu with fried artichokes, a harvest bowl, breakfast tacos and tuna and foie gras torchon. Prices vary. 512 Main St., Fort Worth.
Brunch includes jumbo lump crab cakes, a wedge salad, hot cakes, bagel and lox, steak and eggs, and a South African milk tart. Prices vary. 1628 Oak Lawn Ave., Suite 110, Dallas.
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