Celebrate your favorite moms this Mother’s Day by treating them to a special lunch at home or taking them out for a meal at one of these Dallas-area restaurants on May 9. Our roundup has something for just about everyone, including brunch and bubbly, multiple-course menus, and a traditional tea time. Reservations are strongly encouraged at most restaurants.
The restaurant is open for brunch and dinner on May 9. Brunch menu items include strawberry-topped pancakes, brioche French toast, crabcake Benedict, lobster scramble and garlic cheese grits. Dinner dishes include Brad’s grilled pear salad, Chilean sea bass, chicken Parmesan and an 8-ounce filet mignon. Vegan items such as grilled portobello enchiladas and butternut squash macaroni and cheese are also on the menu. Dessert items include coconut cream pie, Texas pecan pie and tiramisu. Call for reservations and same-day curbside pickup on May 9. Two Dallas locations: 4217 Oak Lawn Ave., 214-219-2201; 5251 Spring Valley Road, 972-239-3400.
The restaurant at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Dallas offers a family-style dine-in brunch menu from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. with dishes like Tahitian vanilla French toast with blueberry compote and lemon curd, slow roasted barbecue pork belly with smoked gouda grits and Shiner jus, honey and clove roasted ham with mustard jus, and classic vanilla pancakes with blueberry syrup and seasonal berries. $60 for adults, $30 for kids. Add a mimosa for $3 and a bloody mary for $4. 2222 N. Stemmons Freeway, Dallas.
The Thai Mother’s Day Meal Kit feeds four people for $119. The takeout package includes edamame, Asian noodle salad, shrimp and chicken basil with jasmine rice, chocolate flourless cake and a pineapple mimosa kit with Novecento sparkling wine. Order by May 8 at 3 p.m. for pickup May 9. Four locations in Dallas and Richardson.
The spot near White Rock Lake offers a special on May 9 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. All moms who dine in with their kids can get half off their meal. Add a mimosa for $2 or a bloody mary for $3. Call 214-924-3742 for reservations. 718 N. Buckner Blvd., Dallas.
The Mexican restaurant offers a to-go family pack that serves four people for $70. The brunch package includes migas; breakfast potatoes; biscuits and sausage gravy; build-your-own tacos with beef brisket, barbecue pork, tomatillo chicken, flour tortillas and toppings; jicama slaw; smoky black beans; coconut lime rice; sweet corn cake; cheese enchiladas; and French toast breakfast bread pudding with cajeta sauce. The dine-in brunch is $28 per person and includes options from made-to-order stations including Belgian waffles with berries and whipped cream, chicken and waffles, and omelets; a carving station with brisket, red chile salmon and street tacos; and favorites like Southwest macaroni and cheese and chimayo market corn. Order by May 6 for pickup May 8 all day or May 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Three locations in Addison, Fort Worth and Plano.
The seafood joint has family bundles to go starting at $29.99 that include salad, fresh bread and pesto, house-baked cookies, and entrees like Bang Bang shrimp tacos, grilled salmon, grilled mahi-mahi and Lily’s Chicken topped with goat cheese, artichoke hearts, sautéed spinach and lemon basil butter sauce. Specialties available for takeout and dine-in include the Rockefeller Butterfish dish (Alaskan black cod topped with creamy spinach and jumbo lump crab), a 7-ounce sirloin served with five jumbo shrimp, and Key lime cake (vanilla citrus cake layered with Key lime frosting, topped with coconut). Pair your dine-in meal with a crushed pineapple martini made with Malibu rum, St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur and fresh pineapple. Prices vary. 190 E. Stacy Road, Allen; 1201 E. Southlake Blvd., Southlake.
The restaurant will open for brunch May 9 at 10 a.m. The paella menu will be available during dinner, and a box of chocolate clusters for moms. Mothers also will receive a $20 gift card to use on their next visit. 6007 Legacy Drive, Plano.
For takeout, the restaurant offers a ready-to-reheat meal that serves two or four people that includes whole roasted tenderloin of beef served with butter poached lobster tails, salad, mashed potato, flourless chocolate cake and chocolate-covered strawberries. $165-$295. The dine-in brunch menu features lobster frittata, bone-in New York strip steak and eggs, and an 8-ounce filet. Order for pickup May 8 from noon to 5 p.m. or May 9 from 10 a.m. to noon. Three locations in Dallas, Fort Worth and Plano.
The chain’s featured entrees include salmon saporito with jumbo lump crab meat, lemon butter, diced tomatoes, spinach and basil; chicken Bryan with goat cheese, sun dried tomatoes, basil and lemon butter sauce; and mezzaluna — half-moon ravioli with chicken, ricotta, romano and spinach in a tomato cream sauce. Special drinks include peach sangria, Tuscan lemonade and Seven Daughters moscato. For dessert, order the Chocolate Dream brownie with chocolate mousse, whipped cream and chocolate sauce; or tiramisu. Three locations in Dallas, Hurst and Plano.
The downtown Dallas restaurant offers dine-in brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with specials like the crab Benedict ($26) with poached eggs, king crab, English peas and bearnaise; bread pudding French toast ($14) with strawberries, St. Germain and clotted sweet cream; a bloody mary ($14) with candied bacon, pickled shrimp, pickled green beans, cocktail onions, Castelvetrano olives and celery; and the Bellini Bomb drink ($12), a peach-infused ice sphere topped with fruit with a choice of rosé or prosecco. 1530 Main St., Dallas.
The grocery chain has meals for the holiday including the Breakfast in Bread meal that serves one person or two people for $17.99 and includes a small cheese quiche, mixed berries, mini scones, orange juice and strawberry jam. Other meal options include brunch for four to six people for $69.99, a ham meal for six to eight people for $129.99, and a tenderloin meal for six to eight people for $219.99. Locations in Dallas, Fort Worth, Plano and Southlake.
Family bundles start at $24.99 and feature family-size portions of entrees like grilled salmon and house-smoked baby back ribs, side dishes and honey butter croissants. The restaurant’s dining rooms are open as well. Multiple locations.
The restaurant hosts a rock ‘n’ roll-themed brunch May 8-9 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. highlighting dishes like the Jon Bun Jovi, Chak Shuka Kan and The Boss. Guests can build their own “Momosa” flight with four mimosas. Two locations in Forth Worth and Frisco.
The eatery offers packages and a la carte items to go that include selections like the French toast breakfast kit that comes with sourdough bread, batter mix, sweet pickled berry compote, spiced whipped mascarpone cream, a dozen eggs, sausage and bacon; quiche Lorraine made with bacon, Swiss cheese and onion; a Lox Box that includes five bagels, fresh dill, lemon, capers, red onion and two schmears; a mimosa kit with a bottle of prosecco, orange juice, mango nectar and strawberry-peach juice; and raspberry cream macarons. $15-$170. Order by May 6 for pickup May 8 from noon to 4 p.m. 1217 Main St., Dallas.
The chain offers family meals that serve four to six people, available for pickup. The $36 meal includes a choice of meatloaf, chicken spaghetti or chicken tenders plus garlic mashed potatoes, Southern green beans and corn, six rolls and butter, and a gallon of sweet or unsweet tea. The $56 meal includes chicken-fried chicken or chicken-fried steak, three large sides, house or Caesar salad, six rolls and butter and a gallon of sweet or unsweet tea. Order May 3-8 for pickup May 9. Open for dine-in. Multiple locations.
The winery in the Fort Worth Stockyards offers half off glasses of wine to all moms on Mother’s Day. 128 E. Exchange Ave., Fort Worth.
The eatery offers a to-go package for two for $80 that includes caprese and burrata salad, a smoked salmon board, roasted beef tenderloin and scrambled eggs served with roasted rosemary potatoes, Parmesan-crusted lemon sole served with broccolini and roasted fingerling potatoes, tiramisu and New York-style cheesecake with fresh peach and blueberry sauce. Add a mimosa kit to make eight drinks for $25. The prix fixe menu available for dine-in and takeout is $45 per person and includes choices like crab and avocado toast, goat cheese and mascarpone beignets, crabcake Benedict, Maine lobster risotto and toasted Meyer lemon pound cake. Order by May 8 at 4 p.m. for pickup May 9. Call the restaurant to place orders. Locations in Allen, 972-908-2532; Dallas, 214-526-9463; Fort Worth, 817-737-9463; and Plano, 972-312-9463.
The restaurant offers brunch from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and dinner from 1 to 9 p.m. Brunch dishes include filet mignon benedict, a smoked salmon bagel with dill cream cheese, and a Maine lobster roll with chive mayonnaise. Dinner dishes include truffle-ricotta ravioli, wild Alaskan halibut with red chile miso, filet mignon with lump crab and smoked cheddar polenta, and seared duck with Swiss chard and carrot-ginger purée. 5762 Grandscape Blvd., The Colony.
The chain is celebrating Mother’s Day by giving away free barbecue for a year. Through May 9, customers can share the best motherly advice they’ve ever received or given in Dickey’s Best Motherly Advice Contest. To enter, follow Dickey’s on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and share the advice on their personal Facebook, Twitter or Instagram profile using the hashtag #DickeysBBQ and either #CueMoms or #MomSays. For a bonus entry, fans can post a picture of mom with a Big Yellow Cup. Then, on May 10, a winner will be chosen at random to receive free slow-smoked barbecue for a year. Multiple locations.
The Park Cities restaurant has small ($25-$35) and large ($45-$55) salad platters featuring choices like the crunchy Asian salad (romaine, cabbage, carrots, cucumbers, avocado, oranges, crispy wasabi wonton strips, pickled ginger and soy ginger dressing) and the chopped Cobb (romaine lettuce, chicken, salami, mozzarella, chickpeas, tomato, green onions, basil and red wine vinaigrette). Small cheese boards are $75 and come with three cheeses and one meat, and large boards are $175 and come with four cheeses, three meats and one dip. Order by May 7 for pickup May 8 by calling 214-891-1700. Closed on May 9. 3404 Rankin St., Dallas.
The restaurant at Hotel ZaZa offers brunch from 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. featuring special dishes like crabcake Benedict with blue crab, poached egg, bearnaise sauce and breakfast potatoes; Mediterranean seared tuna salad with baby arugula, red grapes, Kalamata olives, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, goat cheese and preserved lemon vinaigrette; and customizable omelets. 2332 Leonard St., Dallas.
The chain offers a takeout menu that includes items like zucchini and goat cheese quiche, asparagus tart, chateaubriand filet with port wine demi-glace, Rosewood Ranch Wagyu sirloin roast, citrus herb turkey breast, cupcakes, chocolate-covered Oreos, raspberry Key lime pie and the Mother’s Day Tower of Power cake. Order by May 8 for pickup by May 9. Six locations in Dallas, Fort Worth, Grapevine and Plano.
The seafood eatery offers a ready-to-reheat four-course takeout dinner that serves two or four to six people ($150-$250) and features shrimp cocktail, choice of herb-roasted tenderloin or Chilean sea bass, grilled asparagus, truffle macaroni and cheese, three cheese au gratin potatoes and bananas Foster butter cake. The package also comes with hand-dipped chocolate-covered strawberries and a long-stemmed rose. Order for pickup May 7-8. The dine-in three-course prix fixe ($49 for adults; $15 for children) is available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and features pan-seared steak and eggs, lobster quiche Florentine and smoked Norweigan gravlax and avocado, in addition to the regular a la carte menu served all day. Two locations in Dallas and Fort Worth.
The eatery in the Dallas Arts District offers a dine-in a la carte menu from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. with items like deviled eggs with smoked bacon jam and arugula; coffee chile spiced American Wagyu tenderloin with duck fat smashed fingerling potatoes, Bayley Hazen Blue cheese, caramelized cipollini onions and baby spinach; and sweet treats from JOY Macarons. Prices vary. Reservations required. 1717 Leonard St., Dallas.
The Deep Ellum restaurant offers a brunch menu available for takeout and dine-in that features East Texas hush puppies made with charred okra and pimento cheese, avocado and burrata toast, duck egg shakshuka served with crusty bread, chilaquiles, eggs Benedict, bavette steak and eggs with chimichurri sauce and white beans, cornflake-crusted French toast with berries, buttermilk pancakes with lemon curd and blueberries, granola parfait, crispy redfish sandwich with Calabrian chile aioli, a grass-fed burger with triple-cooked fries, and a loaded grilled cheese sandwich with fresh mozzarella, Gruyere, tomato, avocado and arugula. $9-$22. Call 469-498-2525 for takeout. 2551 Elm St., Dallas.
The restaurant in the Bishop Arts District is open for dine-in brunch on May 9. Dishes include 44 Farms beef tartare ($16) with deviled egg puree, pickled celery, capers and sourdough bread; shrimp ceviche ($14) served with verde bloody mary, avocado, cucumber and crackers; and black-eyed pea fritters ($13) with white bean hummus, marinated labneh and fried bread. 614 W. Davis St., Dallas.
The new contemporary Spanish restaurant is open for brunch, lunch and dinner, and all mothers will receive a complimentary cheesecake. Open for takeout and dine-in. 2822 N. Henderson Ave., Dallas.
Chef Dean Fearing’s eatery at The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas, offers a three-course dine-in brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dishes include jumbo gulf lump crab cake benedict, to Maine lobster salad and poached jumbo prawn campeche, chicken fried quail on country-style cornbread pudding, mesquite grilled lamb chops al pastor on mole rojo, cognac pepper glazed filet mignon and petite creamy lobster omelet, olive oil poached king salmon. $135 per person; $85 for vegetarians; $45 for children. 2121 McKinney Ave., Dallas.
The Keller eatery offers family-sized meals for takeout with dishes like the ham and cheese strata that feeds four for $28, French toast strata for four ($28), Pancake pack ($22, feeds four), and the macadamia chicken and cornbread waffles ($22, feeds two to three people). The Hangover Party Bowl for four people consists of layered red potatoes, spinach, roasted onions, wild mushrooms, peppadew peppers, scrambled eggs, Swiss, sharp cheddar and green onions ($28). Order by calling 817-741-5200 by May 6 at noon for pickup May 9 from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Add a bloody mary for $3.50, or a mimosa kit for $28. The restaurant is also open for dine-in brunch. 201 Town Center, Keller.
The pizza joint’s new brunch menu includes the Elvis French toast with banana slices, peanut butter maple syrup and candied bacon; bacon and sausage frittata; kale and mushroom frittata; pancetta and egg pie with an over easy egg and serrano honey; chorizo and egg calzone; and chicken and waffles. Available for dine-in or carryout. Six locations in Dallas, Fort Worth, Grapevine and Plano.
The restaurants offer dine-in specials available May 7-9. The crab tower made with jumbo lump crab, avocado, cucumber, mango, Sriracha and cilantro lime vinaigrette is $13.99. Other dishes include shrimp and watermelon arugula salad ($14.99), seared Georges Bank scallops and applewood bacon wrapped shrimp ($20.99), shrimp and mushroom linguini ($16.99) and white chocolate raspberry cheesecake ($5.99). Add a watermelon margarita for $7.75. Multiple locations.
The market offers a variety of Mother’s Day gift boxes for local delivery. Boxes include wine, spa items, candles, sweets and chocolates, mugs, coffee and other food items. $35-$85. 2822 McKinney Ave., Dallas; 6565 Hillcrest Ave., Dallas.
The taco chain offers taco family meals available in two sizes: regular ($35, serves four to six) and large ($50, serves six to eight). The packages include a choice of two meats or veggies (shredded chicken, seasoned ground beef, spicy pork or grilled vegetables), a choice of two sides, and all the taco fixings including tortillas, lettuce, tomatoes, shredded cheese, cilantro, feta, garlic sauce and hot sauce. Multiple locations.
The eatery offers a three- or four-course takeout menu. Selections include braised shrimp, Texas chili and yogurt, roasted garlic and Bulgarian feta, wild-caught Pacific smoked salmon and arugula salad, Caesar salad, 6-ounce beef tenderloin with gnocchi gorgonzola, grilled Icelandic cod and poached shrimp, bone-in pork chop and langoustine tails served with cognac sauce and sour cherries, Colorado lamb tenderloin and Texas quail with pasta and pomodoro roquefort, and three-cheese spinach lasagna with goat cheese. Desserts include strawberries with house-made kefir, Bulgarian feta and roasted pistachios; and flourless chocolate cake with raspberries and whipped cream. $96 for four courses; $83 for three courses. Order at least 24 hours in advance for pickup on May 9 from 4 to 8 p.m. by calling 972-503-7080. The restaurant is not open for dine-in. 5100 Belt Line Road, Dallas.
The restaurant offers a three-course dine-in brunch that includes a choice of deviled eggs, shrimp cocktail or crudités; seared tuna, rotisserie pork tenderloin, lemon and blueberry pancakes or organic egg frittata; and spring berry shortcake or chocolate terrine. $65 per adult; $25 for children 12 and under. 208 S. Akard St., Dallas.
The two restaurants have a to-go kit for four people for $95 that includes chorizo migas with eggs, corn tortilla strips, diced peppers and onions, chorizo, black bean puree and salsa verde; coffee cake; cast iron cheddar and jalapeño biscuits; and jalapeño cheddar and sausage kolaches with queso. For $25, guests can add a mimosa kit that comes with a bottle of Ruffino Prosecco, orange juice, a card for Mom, Tossware flutes and a carrier bag. Order by May 5 at noon for pickup May 7-8 from 1 to 5 p.m. by calling or emailing the restaurant. Open for dine-in brunch. Haywire, 5901 Winthrop St., Plano, 972-781-9473, [email protected] The Ranch at Las Colinas, 857 W. John Carpenter Freeway, Irving, 972-506-7262, [email protected]
The eatery at the Westin Stonebriar Hotel and Golf Club, offers a family-style dine-in brunch featuring Southern-inspired entrees, sides and desserts. There will also be live music from The Culdesac Kids, a craft activity for children and a gift for all moms in attendance. Reservations required; call 972-668-8914 for reservations. 1549 Legacy Drive, Frisco.
The restaurant offers a four-course dine-in menu and drink specials, available May 7-9. Dishes include lettuce wraps, spicy cauliflower, Shrooms, spinach dip, potstickers, salad, soup, grilled salmon, stuffed chicken, Georges Bank scallops, fish tacos, the Impossible burger and 6-ounce filet. Dessert options include apple croustade and vanilla bean cheesecake. Add a Bleeding Rose drink for $7, mimosa for $5 or a bottle of Kendall-Jackson wine for $31. 660 Town Center Blvd., Garland.
The downtown Dallas hotel offers a spring picnic for two at the Eye sculpture in downtown Dallas. The $50 picnic box provided by Commissary comes with two gourmet sandwiches (choose from turkey with Gruyere and sweet pepper relish, or veggie bánh mi with crispy tofu and enoki mushrooms), mustard potato salad, cucumber salad, chips, two brownies and pink lemonade. Add a kid’s box for $15. May 9 at 11 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. Complimentary valet at 1530 Main St., Dallas; check in at the Eye.
The bakery offers six Mother’s Day-themed sugar cookies for $22 or a dozen for $42. The decorated treats include hearts, flowers, “#1 Mom” and “Mom” cookies. Order by May 6 at 5 p.m. for pickup May 8. 5600 W. Lovers Lane, Dallas.
The restaurant offers a dine-in brunch menu from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. 7301 Windrose Ave., Plano.
The steakhouse at The Highland Dallas brings back its dine-in brunch menu for the holiday. Dishes include pork belly Benedict, brioche French toast, and steak and eggs. Moms get a free mimosa with the purchase of a meal on May 9. Prices vary. Reservations required. 5300 E. Mockingbird Lane, Dallas.
The eatery at the Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas, offers a four-course a la carte brunch available for dine-in and takeout. The menu features dishes like a seafood platter with Alaskan king crab claw, poached shrimp and a sushi sampler; strawberry avocado salad with poppy seed dressing; lobster bisque with crème fraiche; Benedict florentine with garlic spinach; brioche French toast with caramelized pecan mascarpone; garlic butter sea bass; peach-glazed pork chop; chanterelle ravioli; and dry rub beef tenderloin. Dessert options include lemon meringue pie and pistachio peach cheesecake. $95 per person; $45 for children under 12. Call 972-717-2420 by May 5 for pickup by May 9. Dine-in reservations are encouraged. 4150 N. MacArthur Blvd., Irving.
The restaurant offers dine-in brunch featuring the Mimosa Board with four freshly squeezed juices for $24. The Mimosa Tray is $75 and includes fruit and refillable specialty juices — each additional bottle is $25 with the tray. Brunch dishes include cajeta French toast with pan dulce, crème anglaise, cajeta sauce and whipped cream; the brunch quesadilla with scrambled eggs, chile spiced bacon, queso fresco, Chihuahua cheese, guacamole, pico de gallo and Mexican crema served in a jalapeño tortilla; and bacon, potato and egg tacos. 7501 Lone Star Drive, Plano; 3215 Regent Blvd., Irving.
The pizza joint is hosting a social media contest — Dallasites who follow the pizzeria’s instagram at @mimispizzeriadallas can nominate a mom to win a large cheese or pepperoni pizza each month for one year. To enter the giveaway, followers should like the post on Mimi’s Instagram going live on May 5 at 9 a.m. and tag a mom in the comments explaining why that mom should win the contest. To be entered for a bonus entry, participants can repost on their story for an additional five entries. The giveaway will end May 7 at noon; the winner will be announced on May 7 at 2 p.m.
The Joule’s event space serves a Mother’s Day tea on May 8 at 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. atop the Forty Five Ten boutique. The menu features teas such as Moroccan mint green tea and Texas chile chai; savory treats such as the Joule egg with osetra caviar and truffle custard and a fried chickpea cake with mango beet chutney and fried parsley; and sweets like hibiscus pistachio shortbread with chocolate drizzle and spring macaron with matcha ganache. Impeccable Cotes de Provence Rosé will be served as well. Each guest will take home custom teacups from Vulgar Teacups. $115 per person. Order tickets by May 6. Mirador is on the fourth floor of Forty Five Ten, 1615 Main St., Dallas.
The Mexican restaurant serves Mother’s Day and Día de las Madres brunch May 9-10 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dishes are available for dine-in and takeout. Brunch specials include chile relleno with choice of chicken, shrimp or the vegan Impossible Meat; chilaquiles, carne asada con huevos and breakfast brisket enchiladas. Prices vary. All moms will receive a complimentary piece of Chocolate Abuelita Cake, chocolate cake with a hint of chipotle pepper and vanilla cream. The Mimosa por Cuatro, featuring Lunetta Prosecco poured over frozen balls of Aperol liquor, fresh fruit and orange juice ($40), is available for dine-in only. Same-day pickup available. 2015 Woodall Rodgers Freeway, Dallas.
The newly opened restaurant, located on the 49th floor of The National in downtown Dallas, offers modern Italian dishes from two-time Michelin-starred chef Danny Grant. Menu items include handmade pastas, steaks and fresh seafood. The Royale tasting menu features a collection of favorites that inspired the creation of Monarch. 1401 Elm S., Dallas.
The eatery offers a takeout dinner for $179 that comes with a bottle of wine. Dishes include a Caesar salad or Morton’s salad to share, two 6-ounce center-cut filets mignons and two lobster tails, and one order of creamed spinach, grilled honey-glazed carrots or sour cream mashed potatoes to share. The dine-in special is the steak and lobster Oscar ($59) — an 8-ounce center-cut filet mignon topped with Maine lobster, lobster butter, Old Bay puff pastry and asparagus. Order by May 8 at 3 p.m. for pickup May 9 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 2222 McKinney Ave., Dallas.
The restaurant at the newly opened Hotel Drover serves brunch by executive chef Grant Morgan with food stations featuring an omelet bar, housemade biscuits with smoked sausage gravy and chicken apple sausage. A mimosa bar has multiple juices, fruits and more for $10 per mimosa. $60 per person; $18 for children 12 and under. 200 Mule Alley Drive, Fort Worth.
The chain offers family-style takeout meals that feed six people for $59.99 and include mashed potatoes, green beans, corn, rolls and cornbread. Entree choices include meatloaf, chicken-fried steak or chicken, chicken and dressing, pot roast, chicken fingers or steak fingers, grilled pork chops or chicken, and Monterey chicken. The brunch takeout packages feed six people for $55.99. The All American meal includes scrambled eggs, diced potatoes, biscuits and gravy, pancakes and a choice of bacon, ham or sausage. The Tex Mex brunch includes scrambled eggs with tortilla chips, jalapeños, tomato, onion, jack and cheddar cheese; a choice of chorizo or chicken; country-style potatoes and refried beans; tortillas; ranchero sauce; and a dozen biscuits. The Syrup Needed brunch includes a stack of pancakes, waffles and French toast to share, fresh fruit and a dozen biscuits. Locations in Dallas, Frisco and Plano.
The bakery offers the Best Mom A’Round cake for $22-$58 that comes in different sizes: 8 inches (serves eight people), 10 inches (serves 18 people) and a tiered cake that serves 26 people. The current featured flavor is strawberries and cream, available through May 31. Closed May 9. Multiple locations.
The Dallas Design District restaurant’s three-course brunch menu features dishes like crab and corn bisque with Parmesan crisps and chipotle oil; smoked chicken salad with warm pita and market vegetables; compressed melon salad with prosciutto and goat cheese; poached salmon with marble potatoes and dill and trout roe cream; grilled filet with chimichurri, crispy polenta and black beans; sourdough pancakes with stone fruit and whipped ricotta; organic egg frittata with charred ramps and country ham; old fashioned banana split; and Key lime and yuzu tart. $65 per adult; $25 for children 12 and under. 1628 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas.
The eatery offers the Mother’s Day Elegance at Home takeout package that serves four to six people and includes a choice of pine nut-crusted rack of lamb ($249) or roasted salmon ($189), roasted garlic fingerling potatoes and lemon asparagus. Add a 10-layer carrot cake with cream cheese icing and pineapple syrup for $75. Order for pickup at least 48 hours in advance for pickup May 8. The dine-in bunch menu is available from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and features a blood orange mimosa and bloody mary with jumbo shrimp. Dishes include lobster toast with an egg, avocado, sweet peas and preserved lemon; blackened salmon salad with fruit, goat cheese and basil poppyseed dressing; French toast with fresh berries, lemon curd and candied bacon; crab cake benedict; and crispy gouda potato cake with lobster claw, a poached egg and hollandaise. 2101 Cedar Springs Road, Dallas.
The chain offers family-size pans of fettuccine alfredo, chicken parmigiana and more (starting at $34.99), or a family bundle with one large pan of classic lasagna, jumbo house salad and breadsticks (starting at $49.99). The restaurant’s dining rooms are open. Multiple locations.
The restaurant on the second floor at the Exchange Hall, offers a prix fixe three-course menu for dine-in for $40 per person. The meal includes Dungeness crab deviled eggs as a starter and a choice of French onion soup, the Ounce salad or avocado toast for the first course. For the main course, choose from prawns and grits; steak, potatoes and eggs; or the Ounce burger. The meal comes with crème brûlée for dessert. 211 S. Akard St., Dallas.
The Nashville hot chicken joint offers $5 glasses of frosé all day May 9 for all mothers, including moms of fur babies. Frosé is also available by the pint, pitcher, quart, half-gallon and gallon to go. 6465 E. Mockingbird Lane, Dallas.
The entertainment venue serves Mother’s Day brunch for pickup or dine-in. The menu includes the “Momlet” omelet made with egg whites, kale, Fontinella, roasted red pepper and goat cheese and served with avocado toast; chicken and waffles served with maple syrup and sweet chile glaze; lobster and egg bruschetta served with shrimp and truffle; steak and eggs with crispy potatoes and salsa verde; and eggs Benedict with prosciutto. Prices vary. 5001 Trailhead Bend Way, Fort Worth.
The restaurant at the Statler hotel in downtown Dallas offers dine-in specials for the holiday. Dishes include pineapple jalapeño tuna crudo with crab and avocado salad and baby cilantro ($15.95); Surf ‘n’ Turf with seared petite filet, butter-poached lobster, jalapeño shallot potato cake, roasted corn and poblano crema ($36.95); and the Vanilla Volcano dessert with vanilla ice cream, toffee, xocopili and cinnamon ($14.95). 1914 Commerce St., Dallas.
The restaurant offers a takeout meal for two for $80 that includes avocado basil bruschetta with smoked salmon, caprese and crab salad, Parmesan-crusted lemon sole piccata with jumbo crabmeat and spinach, rosemary roasted beef tenderloin with truffle gratin potatoes and green beans, tiramisu and New York-style cheesecake with fresh blueberry sauce. Add a mimosa drink kit for $30, and a bloody mary kit for $40. The prix fixe menu available for dine-in and takeout is $45 per person and includes choices like crawfish tortelloni with marsala Parmesan cream, Princi crabcake with matchstick potatoes, French toast with cinnamon butter and vanilla whipped cream, cacio e pepe and shrimp, and pistachio panna cotta with strawberry compote. Order by May 8 at 4 p.m. for pickup May 9. 5959 Royal Lane, Dallas, 214-739-5959; 3300 Dallas Parkway, Plano, 972-378-9463.
The fun restaurant chain has a three-course menu for $35 per person available for dine-in only May 7-9. Guests can choose one soup or salad, entree and dessert. Dishes include the soup of the day, Little Islander salad, house salad, flat iron and coconut shrimp, rasta pasta alfredo, aloha salmon and shrimp, fried shrimp, tribal cheesecake and Key lime pie. 3000 Grapevine Mills Parkway, Grapevine.
The restaurant in the Dallas Downtown Historic District offers a to-go basket that you can take home or set up outside in the A&T Discovery District. The picnic meal feeds two to four people and includes chocolate-covered strawberries; fresh fruit; pastry with preserve and whipped butter; charcuterie plate with cured meats, cheese, honeycomb, toast and whipped butter; panzanella salad; chicken salad sandwich; and one bottle of rosé with a mimosa kit. $120. Order by May 5 at 3 p.m. by calling 972-268-7605 for pickup May 9. Open for dine-in. 211 S. Akard St., Dallas.
The Cityplace restaurant and music venue offers its family-style Jam and Toast Brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The dine-in menu includes offerings such as smoked cheddar grits, country baked eggs, small-batch doughnuts, baby fried toast made with hand-cut challah and topped with rosemary syrup, and Nashville-style spicy fried chicken and dill pickles. Expect live music and floral bouquets for sale. Cocktails can be served by the carafe. $16.95 per person for brunch, not including drinks.
The Mother’s Day gift box is $80 includes a brie-style cheese, a soft goat cheese, raisin-rosemary crisps, honeycomb, jam, a hand-crafted chocolate bar, dried apples, crackers and Royal Jelly hand cream in a wooden box. Scardello also offers a variety of other gift boxes full of tasty treats. 3511 Oak Lawn Ave., Dallas.
The restaurant at the Statler hotel in downtown Dallas is serving brunch from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a meat carving station and a children’s station. Specials include aged meats with artisan cheeses, grilled salmon with garlic herb butter, spring vegetable primavera with pecorino romano and cauliflower au gratin. $55 for adults, $15 for kids ages 12 and younger. Call 469-320-8993 for reservations. 1914 Commerce St., Dallas.
The eatery offers a prix fixe menu for $80 per person, available for dine-in or takeout. Dishes include mini crab cakes, tuna nacho, shrimp cocktail, seared sea scallops with saffron butter, grilled Alaskan halibut with sweet and savory caramel sauce, blackened red snapper with shrimp etouffee, cedar planked wild king salmon with herb salad, flounder schnitzel with crab mushroom veloute, lobster thermidor, roasted asparagus with sugar snap peas with radishes, scallion potato cake, Key lime pie and chocolate coffee panna cotta. Optional wine pairings are $25. Call 972-473-2722 to order. 4017 Preston Road, Plano.
The restaurant offers a three-course Mother’s Day Green Box as either family-style (serves four to six) or a dinner for two for $55-$165. Boxes include choice of a whole side of cedar-plank roasted salmon, glazed spiral ham or wood-grilled beef tenderloin, which comes with salad, roasted green beans, choice of an additional side and Mini Indulgences. In the dining room, the restaurant is offering an a la carte brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. featuring entrees like crab and cheddar quiche, French toast, apricot-glazed spiral ham and wood-grilled shrimp and grits, in addition to the regular dinner menu served all day. Order for pickup May 7-8. Two locations in Dallas and Plano.
The restaurant at the Statler in downtown dallas is serving the Italian-American inspired Breakfast ‘n’ Bed Pizza, made with scrambled eggs, bacon, roasted potatoes, mozzarella and Sriracha ranch ($17). Available for takeout and dine-in. add a drink kit for $42-$46. 1914 Commerce St., Dallas.
The restaurant has a prix fixe menu available for dine-in or takeout for $49 per person. Dishes include filet mignon benedict, lobster tail benedict, crab cake benedict and bananas Foster french toast. Order mimosas for the table for $40, and take half off bottles of wine $100 and under. 1651 S. University Drive, Fort Worth; 3650 Shire Blvd., Richardson.
Chef Ji Kang presents a three-course dine-in brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The menu includes options like deviled eggs, tomato bruschetta, lobster and avocado salad, French omelet, spring egg white frittata, eggs benedict with smoked salmon or ham, raspberry ricotta pancakes and a prime beef burger. The meal comes with an assortment of mini dessert bites for the table. $38 per adult; $19 per child. 2001 Ross Ave., Dallas.
The burger slider bar, from the curators of Velvet Taco, has limited-time special dishes like the strawberry chocolate shake (which can be made boozy for an additional $2 at the Lower Greenville location only) and the Juicy Lucy slider, made with cheese-stuffed Wagyu beef, lettuce, pickle, SOB sauce and fried onion strings. 2026 Greenville Ave., Dallas; 7800 Windrose Ave., Plano.
The restaurant and bar offers a complimentary glass of Champagne and carnations for moms during its dine-in brunch May 9. Brunch dishes include giant doughnut holes served with cinnamon sugar, Nutella dip, crème anglaise and raspberry dip; Buffalo chicken egg rolls with blue cheese fondue; the two-patty smash burger topped with a fried egg and sautéed onions; strawberry shortcake pancakes with Champagne marinated strawberries and Godiva white chocolate whipped cream; and the Early Like Sunday Morning flatbread with cream gravy, crumbled sausage, cheddar cheese, scrambled eggs and chives. Two locations in Dallas: 5100 Belt Line Road and 2803 Main St.
The Addison eatery serves a three-course prix fixe dine-in menu available May 9 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. for $39.99 per person. Choose from lobster bisque, house salad, seared ahi tuna, Caesar salad or center-cut wedge salad for your appetizer. Main dish options include filet mignon, roasted prime rib-eye, pecan-crusted salmon, lemon caper chicken, shrimp scampi, steak and eggs Benedict, and lobster and eggs Benedict. For dessert, choose from crème brûlée, lemon cake or chocolate torte. The regular menu will also be offered from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Melani Skybell and David Slater perform live from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and David Slater performs from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. 4812 Belt Line Road, Addison.
The restaurant offers a dine-in brunch menu and chef specials from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., including $3 single mimosas and bellinis. Brunch dishes include eggs benedict, crispy chicken served with a bacon and Parmesan waffle, orange vanilla French toast and Nutella pancakes. 3312 Knox St., Dallas; 7400 Windrose Ave., Plano.
The Frisco spot has a prix fixe menu available for dine-in or takeout for $49 per person. Dishes include a 10-ounce New York strip with two fried eggs, filet mignon benedict, shrimp and grits, lobster tail benedict, and a cauliflower steak with eggs and avocado toast. Add a bloody mary or mimosa for $8. Order for pickup by May 8-9. 1303 Legacy Drive, Frisco.
The restaurant has a four-course brunch menu available for pickup or dine-in for $65 per person at the Royal Lane location. The regular dinner menu is available at the Oak Lawn location. The brunch includes a choice of Maine lobster bisque or spring garden salad with honey orange vinaigrette, a choice of mini pancake with fruit and bourbon maple syrup or blackened Gulf shrimp and avocado crostini, a choice of beef tenderloin medallions or smoked salmon hash, and a choice of Katharine Hepburn chocolate brownie a la mode or vanilla cinnamon bread pudding with bourbon icing. Same-day pickup available. Call to order. Two Dallas locations: 6025 Royal Lane, 214-691-2369; 4212 Oak Lawn Ave., 214-219-3474.
The restaurant offers a dine-in brunch menu and chef specials from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dishes include ahi tuna tartar, warm brie with wild mushrooms and roasted cherry tomatoes, escargots Toulouse with garlic parsley butter, French onion soup gratinée, and croque madame. 3314 Knox St., Dallas; 7301 Windrose Ave., Plano.
The seafood chain offers the seafood lasagna made with layers of Maine lobster, blue crab, shrimp, caramelized onions and grilled artichoke hearts with mozzarella, whipped mascarpone and ricotta, served with smoked tomato sauce and herb oil ($58). Plus, a specialty cocktail has been created for the holiday — the Cosmosa mixes Tito’s vodka, Cointreau, lime, cranberry juice and raspberries topped with Cava sparkling wine ($14.50). 2401 McKinney Ave., Dallas; 420 Plaza Place, Southlake.
The restaurant offers a four-course takeout menu that serves three people for $89 and includes salad, grilled tenderloin, grilled pineapple, broccolini or asparagus, beef empanadas, cheese bread, chimichurri and a choice of chocolate cake or flan. Advance ordering is recommended for the package. A three-course dine in meal is $48.85 per person and includes cheese bread and a beef empanada; salad and sides; and meats served via the churrasco experience. Pickup is available daily from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Receive one free meal for ordering $100 or more for takeout or dine-in on May 9 (limited to one per table). 18010 Dallas Parkway, Dallas.
Sous Chef Britt Castro’s Mother’s Day sweet box is $95 and includes six entremets style petite cakes: lemon raspberry cheesecake tart; Paris-Brest; chocolate hazelnut opera cake; strawberry white chocolate and black sesame Fraiser; dark chocolate, almond and mango petite cake; and coconut lime and black tea bombe. Order for pickup May 8-9 from 4 to 10 p.m. by calling 214-855-5454. 2817 Maple Ave., Dallas.
The catering company offers ready-to-reheat meals ($225) that serve four to six people. The menu includes lemon-herb grilled shrimp skewers with green goddess dipping sauce; pine nut-crusted goat cheese and strawberry salad with balsamic vinaigrette; artichoke and spinach stuffed chicken with beurre blanc sauce; orzo with roasted tomatoes, basil and Parmesan; crisp fingerling potatoes; haricots verts and asparagus; pimento cheese with crostini and lavash; house-baked sweet rolls; a dozen lemon squares; a dozen tiny ginger molasses cookies; and strawberry basil soda. Add a bottle of Frei Brothers Chardonnay for $30, a white cake from Butterfly Cakery for $65 or a Billie Ball and Co. floral arrangement for $65. Order by May 5 at noon for pickup May 7 from 3 to 6 p.m. at Leila Bakery and Cafe, 6041 Oram St., Dallas, or Parkway Cafe and Terrace,14555 Dallas Parkway, Dallas.
The Mexican restaurant is celebrating moms all weekend long May 7-9. Moms will be given a complimentary tamale on May 7 and a complimentary mimosa on May 8. Dine-in brunch on May 9 includes dishes like Mexican watermelon salad with cotija cheese and lime-cerveza dressing, a breakfast chimichanga with chorizo, scrambled eggs and ranchero sauce topped with jalapeño cream gravy, cheese and pico de gallo; chipotle garlic shrimp tacos served with refried black beans and chimichurri rice; and veggie enchiladas filled with spinach, squash, zucchini and onions with a lime crema drizzle. Two locations in Dallas: 5100 Belt Line Road and 2642 Main St.
The Fort Worth steakhouse at The Sinclair Hotel offers an a la carte brunch dine-in menu from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. that features dishes like Shrimp Louie with egg and spicy remoulade, breakfast tacos with sliced grilled beef and breakfast potatoes, Nutella-stuffed French toast with strawberry compote, shrimp and grits, chicken and waffles, steak and eggs, bone-in filet and dry-aged rib-eye. Desserts include olive oil cake with strawberry compote and citrus mascarpone; the Wicked sundae with caramel corn, brownie chunk and chocolate ice cream; chocolate tart with a hazelnut crust; and black cherry cheesecake with cornflake crumble. 512 Main St., Fort Worth.