Mother's Day Brunch
The elegant Cafe Boulud at the Four Seasons Hotel is serving up a mouth-watering, French-inspired three-course Mother’s Day Brunch menu. Feast on dishes like rotisserie chicken and waffles, duck confit hash, truffled boudin blanc and a variety of decadent desserts.
Price: $75 per person
Maman is hosting a special Mother’s Day tea party on Sunday. The French tea party includes a three-course meal with tea pairings. Plus, moms are sent home with a special recipe from Maman’s family cookbook, a special Maman cup, and a lavender seed to grow at home. The dessert will be paired with a special tea cocktail.
Momofuku is hosting a Mother’s Day brunch this year! The whole family can try out Chef Paula’s freshly-baked bagels, and a unique take on classic brunch items. It all starts at noon, with seatings until 2 p.m. If moms want to stay for dinner, Shoto is offering an eight-course tasting menu.
Price: Prices vary
For some Mexican cuisine, Mom is sure going to love the Mother’s Day Brunch at Los Colibris this year. Feast on empanadas, ensalda al pastor, enmoladas de pollo and its famous desserts like the Impossible Cake, a flourless chocolate cake with mango passion fruit sorbet. Every table receives Mexican sweet breads, cantaloupe and jello, freshly squeezed juice and spiced Mexican coffee.
For some of the best seafood in Toronto, The Chase is offering a special prix-fixe menu this Mother’s Day. Feast on dishes like lobster benedict, roast prime rib and fresh albacore tuna! The menu will also include fresh pastries courtesy of Colette!
Bring your mother to brunch in style at the Trump Hotel’s Sunday Brunch. Starting at 11 a.m.enjoy a decadent brunch of free-range eggs, freshly baked pastries, an omelette station, a seafood bar and more. The buffet also has stations just for the kids including, chicken tenders, fusilli pasta, French fries and honey-glazed carrots.
Price: $75 for adults, $37.50 for children aged 4 to 12, Free for kids under 3
Old Mill Inn & Spa
Treat your mom to a tasty brunch at Old Mill Inn & Spa. Running from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., brunch will feature shellfish and seafood, salads, fresh baked goods, a roast leg of lamb and more, not to mention plenty of indulgent desserts. And, kids get their favourites – chicken fingers and fries. There is also a dinner buffet starting at 5 p.m.
Price: $47.95 for adults, $24.95 for children
Kasa Moto is offering its classic brunch weekend brunch on Mother’s Day! The bento breakfast boxes include salmon tataki, crispy rock shrimp omelette, bincho grilled skirt steak and eggs and more. Brunch starts promptly at 11 a.m.
Price: Prices vary
Luma is celebrating Mother’s Day with a special a-la-carte brunch menu created by Chef Michael Wilson. A mix of sweet and savoury options, there is a Pastry Basket of O&B artisan pastries and preserves, Chicken Liver Wedge Salad, Steak and Fried Hen’s Egg, Beef Short Rib Poutine and more. There will also be a build-your-own mimosa station! The brunch starts at 10:30 a.m.
Price: Prices vary
Luckee is celebrating Mother’s Day this year with a prix-fixe brunch menu! The meal includes Luckee Soba Salad, Cantonese Drunken Lobster, Cornish Hen in a lotus leaf and more. There will also be a duck station and a small selection of Luckee’s famous dim sum. There will be vegetarian options as well. Brunch is offered at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Price: $55 per person
The Drake Hotel
Treat Toronto’s hippest moms to Mother’s Day Brunch at the always popular Drake Hotel. A prix-fixe menu is on offer, featuring warm blueberry scones, banana pancakes with Ontario maple and more. Brunch begins at 9 a.m, and will be served in the Lounge and Sky Yard.
Price: $36 for adults
The Chase Fish & Oyster
The Chase Fish & Oyster are introducing a new brunch menu just in time for Mother’s Day. Beginning at 10:30 a.m., the impressive menu includes king crab benedict, a fresh raw bar, breakfast sandwiches with smoked ham, cheese and fried eggs.
Price: Prices vary
Make reservations for Mother’s Day Brunch at Toronto’s beautiful Casa Loma. You’ll enjoy an upscale brunch buffet including salads, domestic and imported cheeses, a variety of seafood, filet mignon, baked egg dishes and delicious desserts. A cash wine and cocktail bar will be available. Live entertainment will be provided, and guests are invited to take tours of the castle.
Price: $60 for adults, $45 for children
East side Mom’s can head to Globe Bistro this Mother’s Day for a 4-course brunch. The menu includes housemade scones, pan-seared rainbow trout, freshly made crepes and more. The combination of Globe’s sustainable cuisine and a great deal, this is the best bet for those on a budget. Brunch takes place from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Impress your mom with brunch at the swanky Blu Ristorante. Enjoy dishes such as beef carpaccio, seared pork belly, sesame crusted tuna, smoked potato ravioli, duck confit frittata, vanilla rose pannacotta and more. While you dine with mom, you can enjoy music from a live classic guitar. Brunch starts at 11:30 a.m.
Price: $50 per person
Mildred’s Temple Kitchen
The queen of brunch rules in Toronto and her name is Mildred. A reference to Mildred Pierce, the leading lady of the 1945 American drama of the same name, Mildred’s Temple Kitchen is one of the city’s most beloved brunch spots — in fact, many claim it was the restaurant that fueled Toronto’s love affair with brunch. This year its offering a prix-fixe menu with Mildred’s famous scones, buttermilk pancakes, Veda’s Choice – poached eggs on a croissant and more. There will also be mimosas and Caesars!
The newly renovated Biff’s Bistro is the perfect spot to bring Mom for Mother’s Day! The Parisian inspired menu includes steak tartare, foie gras eclairs, broccoli and goat cheese quiche, a classic vanilla bean creme brulee for dessert just to name a few! The menu is a-la-carte, and brunch starts promptly at 11 a.m. The resto also hosts a fondue night that evening at 5 p.m.
Price: Prices vary
Aunties and Uncles
Decorated with cutesy tchotchkes and quirky mismatched table sets, this diner will appeal to those mothers who dragged their children from garage sale to garage sale at the crack of dawn every weekend. Choice picks on the menu include hearty classics like banana oatmeal pancakes, Challah French toast and breakfast tacos.
Price: Prices Vary
Bluegrass brunch at Dakota Tavern is somewhat of a spiritual experience — there are kids dancing everywhere, a limitless supply of scrambled eggs, freshly squeezed orange juice and real maple syrup, and a bluegrass band that plays under a twinkly disco ball. The all-you-can-eat brunch has an impressive following of devotees, so be prepared to wait in line unless you arrive right when the doors open at 10 a.m.
Price: $18 for adults, $7 for children
Cibo Wine Bar
Bring mom out for an Italian brunch on Mother’s Day, and there’s no place in the city that does is better than Cibo Wine Bar. Located in the King West neighbourhood, Cibo Wine Bar is hosting a special Mother’s Day edition of Italian Bubbles + Brunch, with a complimentary glass of Prosecco.
Trendy King West spot, Brassaii is also hosting a special Mother’s Day brunch. Taking place on Saturday and Sunday, Brassaii is offering a prix-fixe menu, and a candy station and photo booth on Mother’s Day. There will also be a kids menu and colouring sheets to keep them preoccupied.
Celebrate Mother’s Day at Kortright Centre for Conservation, with a delicious brunch and springtime nature walk. There are two seatings at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. The menu includes assorted breakfast pastries, classic and raisin scones, a waffle bar, pancakes, scrambled eggs and a chocolate fountain.
Price: $49.95 for adults, $34.95 for Children, free for children under 4.
Originally posted by: Jennifer D'Agostino, Toronto.com