What better way to spoil mom than a lovely Sunday brunch? We’ve narrowed down some of our favorite city restaurants to celebrate Mother’s Day. From Michelin-rated, prix-fixe tastings to stacks of fluffy blueberry pancakes, these brunch spots are fit for all mommies.
Indulge mom with the upscale seasonal fare at Danny Meyer’s classic, Gramercy Tavern. Their Sunday brunch is colorful and delicious, in a sophisticated, yet cozy setting.
The charming, French-inspired Claudette will feature a special brunch menu for Mother’s Day. If the weather’s nice, snag a table outdoors to enjoy the sunshine and beautiful May flowers.
Former ABC Kitchen chef Dan Kluger cooks up seasonal, organic veggie-focused fare at his new solo project, Loring Place. Wood-fired, healthful dishes are the star at this modern, casually elegant, West Village gem — and they’re now open for brunch.
This trendy, vibrant Lower East Side hot spot features a Thai-inspired menu and incredibly delicious craft cocktails. Now open for brunch, The Lucky Bee is a great option for a hip and flavorful Mother’s Day meal. The best part? Moms will be served complimentary Mimosas to start the day off right.
The intimate and casually charming Prune will offer their classic a la carte menu for Mother’s Day brunch service, and it’s the only day of the year they offer reservations! Side note, Prune has some of the best Dutch-style pancakes in the city.
For an unforgettable dining experience, treat your mother to the seasonal tasting menu ($58 per person for brunch) at Jean-Georges. The posh, floor-to-ceiling, sun-filled space is just one of the many reasons to love JG.
Oysters, craft Bloody Marys, a lush green patio— need we say more? Head over to Maison Premiere in Brooklyn, a casual-chic hot spot with a standout brunch the whole family will adore.
The rustic, East Village Italian staple will serve a special, 3-course Mother’s Day brunch menu ($48 per person), which includes a Bloody Mary or a Mimosa.