Mother’s Day is coming up quickly this year. If you haven’t yet, mark your calendar for Sunday, May 8. Treat mom to a special brunch or dinner this year at one of our favorite local restaurants. From classic brunch restaurants to new hot spots, these are the best restaurants to celebrate Mother’s Day in Dallas.
This incredible new dining destination at The Village Dallas is hosting a Mother’s Day Brunch this year from 11 am to 3 pm. For $65 per adult (and $25 for kids), you’ll receive a four-course brunch with a pastry and bread board, a choice of two appetizers for the table, main course from six options, and dessert. Drink specials will also be available.
Impress Mom this Mother’s Day with a meal at this favorite Dallas seafood spot. Specials include West Coast Dungeness Crab Pasta for $59, the Floradora cocktail with gin, raspberry syrup, and ginger beer for $14.50, and blueberry vanilla cake for $18.
Treat Mom to an extra special Mother’s Day with a drag show and brunch at this Plano food hall. For $60 per person (sold by the table), you’ll receive reserved seating, one mimosa or Bloody Mary, and one brunch entree from the Drag Brunch menu.
Book your Mother’s Day brunch reservations at Omni Dallas Hotel’s Texas Spice restaurant from 11 am to 2 pm. For $49 per adult and $25 per child, you’ll partake in an omelet station, chocolate waffles, carving station, salads, crab cakes, ravioli, desserts, and more. Call 214-979-4529 for reservations.
Mix things up this Mother’s Day and treat Mom to a four-course menu at this new Korean barbecue spot. For $60 per person, the special menu features bread crumb shrimp, dumpling soup, ribeye cuts, tenderloin, and raspberry white chocolate tartellete.
This Mother’s Day, head to Legacy West in Plano to enjoy a brunch buffet at Haywire. For $49.95 per adult, and $19.95 for kids, you’ll get to choose bites from a shrimp cocktail bar, carving station, taco bar, salads, dessert stations, and more.
Impress Mom with a trip to Encina this Mother’s Day. The Bishop Arts restaurant is featuring brunch items like blue corn butterscotch pancakes, skillet quiche, seasonal mimosas, and more.
Saint Ann Restaurant and Bar
For $70 per person this Mother’s Day, this Harwood District spot is hosting a three-course prix fixe brunch featuring items like smoked salmon bagels, red velvet stuffed French toast, short rib and avocado Benedict, and more.
Check out this Deep Ellum steakhouse’s new brunch this Mother’s Day. Featuring mimosas for the table, Japanese pancakes, an omelet station, and more, this spot is sure to impress Mom.
Book your spot now for an epic Mother’s Day celebration at the top of The National in downtown Dallas on May 8. Modern Italian restaurant, Monarch, will be offering its regular dinner menu, along with an exclusive Mother’s Day menu item — George’s Banks sea scallop with King Crab arancini served alongside English peas and Morel mushrooms for $56.
Located at The Village Dallas, this Mediterranean restaurant is hosting Mother’s Day brunch on May 8. The regular menu will available, as well as half-priced wine in celebration of the holiday.
Book a table this Mother’s Day at Eataly’s third-floor wood-burning grill, Terra. Indulge in brunch bites and sips like Terra Toast, frittatas, and build-your-own Bollicine — a classic Italian sparkling cocktail with Prosecco and two fruit juices.
Treat Mom to a Mother’s Day brunch at Knife Steakhouse in Dallas this year. Each mom will receive complimentary mimosas with their meal, which will feature favorite Knife items like pork belly Benedict, brioche French toast, steak and eggs, and more. Brunch will be served from 11:30 am to 2 pm.
For $90 per adult and $45 per child, this Knox-Henderson French restaurant is hosting a Mother’s Day brunch including smoked salmon, Cajun chicken, eggs Benedict, and more.
This Mother’s Day, Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas is hosting a brunch from 10 am to 3 pm. For $125 per adult and $55 per child, there will be a buffet with eggs Benedict, omelets, shakshuka, and more. For dessert, don’t miss flourless chocolate passion fruit cake and strawberry profiteroles from Lone Star Pastry Shop.
Head to The Westin Dallas Stonebriar Golf Resort and Spa this Mother’s Day for a Texas-style tea party brunch. For $75 per adult and $32 for kids, brunch will include miniature tea sandwiches, assorted pastries, French press style teas, a carving station, seafood, and more. There will also be a mobile florist offering pre-made floral arrangements at brunch.
Formerly Up on Knox, this French restaurant is led by former Bullion chef Bruno Davaillon. For $75 per person this Mother’s Day, Knox Bistro is offering a three-course menu. Each adult will receive a starter (including the new soufflé au fromage), a choice of entree (gnocchi, branzino, mussels, steak, or chicken), and a dessert. Kids cost $30 and can choose between grilled chicken or a wagyu burger.