Minneapolis (April 25, 2016) – Before you order that pretty but boring floral bouquet for your mother, or if you thought about waiting till the day-of to go out to eat somewhere (don’t—Mother’s Day is the new Easter, so make a reservation), check out this ultimate Mother’s Day brunch list with no fewer than 19 of the best options from Meet Minneapolis, Convention and Visitors Association, and celebrate Mother’s Day in the number one state for women.
On Sunday, May 8, treat your mother like the queen she is at one of the several Minneapolis restaurants offering special Mother’s Day menus for brunch or dinner. Spoil your mother to combination of late breakfast and early lunch at Cheat Day Brunch with Smoked Trout Omelet and Bloody Marys at Marin Restaurant anytime from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Take advantage of the only socially acceptable time to drink in the morning with your mother at Coup D’état, Betty Danger’s Country Club and Psycho Suzi’s Motor Lounge, who are offering bottomless mimosas from $10 to $14.94.
Reserve your mom a free meal at The Melting Pot from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. when you purchase a four-course fondue experience for yourself. Or go upscale at The Oceanaire Seafood Room, which is hosting brunch for extraordinary mothers starting at 11 a.m.
If your mother is fantastic cook, take her to a Mother’s Day Brunch class at Cooks of Crocus Hill where you can both enjoy lemon ricotta pancakes from Chef John Terry Zila after you learn his secrets for making them.
If you have little ones in tow, Crave is offering a $15.95 brunch buffet for children including their faves – mac & cheese, chicken strips and French fries -- during the Mother’s Day Grand Brunch Buffet that includes a French toast bar.
Mornings not your thing? Take moms and moms-to-be instead out to a Mother’s Day dinner at The Lowry (which also has a family-style brunch, naturally).
These ideas and more are available at http://www.minneapolis.org/visitor/seasonal-highlights/spring/mothers-day-brunch/.
Even more deals on hotels and attractions are available at http://go.minneapolis.org. Don’t be the last kid to reserve a spot at the table -- make your reservation right now – these places are hot and fill up fast!
If you want a little something to hand to mom at the brunch table, and you are all about “shop local,” then head to Shop Minneapolis inside Minneapolis Visitor Information on Nicollet and 5th Street in downtown Minneapolis.
Forget the edible fruit arrangements and gift cards and instead find Minnesota-made items like Dock 6 Pottery, Realia by Jen Jewelry and Minnesota Farmers Market Cookbooks. Shop Minneapolis is open daily, right across from the METRO Nicollet Mall stop in the CenterPoint Energy building.
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