When it comes to celebrating Mother’s Day, no meal is too decadent or too delicious. From all-you-can-eat buffets with creative menu items to special platters just for mom, these nine hotels offer Mother's Day brunches that wow in a big way.
mom to new heights at the View, a slowly
rotating restaurant that spins on the 47th floor of the New York
Marriott Marquis Hotel. Take in the sights over plates of hot waffles, but
hurry — there aren’t many reservations left for Mother’s Day! It’s being offered for $79/per person, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
If a high tea sounds like the perfect way to toast the woman
who raised you, head directly to the Palm Court at The Plaza. This
iconic cafe will be serving afternoon tea alongside assorted sandwiches and
pastries for $120/person on both Saturday and Sunday until 5 p.m., but if you go, expect a
wait — they’re fully booked with reservations for this weekend.
mom in style at Circa 55 at The Beverly Hilton. The decadent brunch buffet will
include breakfast, a carving station, pastas, fruit, dessert, and more. Plus, the $81/person price tag includes unlimited champagne! Brunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A Mother’s Day
brunch buffet will be served from 11 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. at Cast at the Viceroy Santa Monica. You can expect a carving station,
pancake station, and omelette station, plus breakfast favorites like brioche French
toast with dulce de leche and banana. It costs $70 per adult, and $30 per child under 10 years old.
it comes to decadent brunches, there are few that spoil a person as well as
that at Wolfgang Puck in the Hotel Bel-Air. The Mother’s Day brunch is a three-course
prix-fixe affair that includes dishes like the “H.B.A Benedict,” which comes on a
cheddar biscuit with maple hollandaise. Drooling yet? Call the restaurant now now — at the
moment it’s fully committed, but there’s always the chance something will
change. It costs $145/person.
buffet brunch at Omni Houston Hotel is fun for the whole family — a kid’s buffet featuring corn dogs and
chicken fingers is available, and kids under five eat for free. Adult brunch menu
items include breakfast stations, a mac-and-cheese bar, a carving station,
fresh salads, and more. It costs $72 per adult and $32 for children ages six to 12; brunch will be served from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Show mom how much you love her at
Quattro’s extravagant brunch in the Four Seasons Hotel Houston, served as a live pianist plays in the background.
Brunch items include more than 70 classic and favorite dishes that will leave
everyone happily stuffed. It costs $92 per adult, which includes mimosas and bloody
The Peninsula Chicago is going
all out for Mother’s Day, offering an expansive menu with items ranging
from French toast to chicken & dried cherry sausages, from eggs to potatoes, as well as a sushi and sashimi station, pasta station, dim sum station, and bistro
station serving items like Bourbon Street barbecue prawns. Brunch is served
from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and is $165 for adults, and $55 for children ages 12 and
Deca at The Ritz-Carlton Chicago has you covered if you want to take mom
to a peaceful and tasty brunch. Here you’ll find sushi made-to-order, as well as breakfast
and lunch items including octopus salad and carved meats. There’s also a kid’s
room with crafts and sitters for the littles ones, so that mom can focus on
enjoying her meal. It costs $135 for adults, and $35 for children.
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