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New York’s Best Mother’s Day Brunches

Saturday, May 13, 2017
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There’s no better way to spend Mother’s Day than over brunch. Restaurants around the city will be serving special brunches for the holiday, so whether you’re trying to treat your mom, the mother of your children or just yourself, here are the best places to go.


 


Café Americano


964 Lexington Avenue; 646.870.9007. Brunch served until 4.


This charming Italian eatery is serving a special Eggs Benedict with Local Spring Asparagus and a Blood Orange Champagne cocktail. These specials will be available along with usual brunch offerings like Avocado Toast, Mascarpone Scrambled Eggs and Smoked Salmon Tartine.


 


L’Amico


849 Avenue of the Americas; 212.201.4065. Brunch served from 11:30 – 3:30.


The light-filled restaurant in the Eventi Hotel will be serving spring favorites like Lemon Ricotta Pancakes, Farmer’s Omelette and Eggs Al Forno. They also offer cold-pressed juices and brunch cocktails.


 


Bobo


181 W 10th Street; 212.488.2626. Brunch served from 11-4.


This Mother’s Day, Bobo will be offering a prix-fixe Mother’s Day brunch menu, including either an appetizer and entree or dessert and entree. Included on this prix-fixe menu are appetizers like Housemade Granola and Crispy Soft Shell Crab; entrees like the Bobo Burger, including caramelized onion, gruyère, and frites, and the Goat Cheese Omelette, with tomato marmalade and fines herbes; and desserts like Strawberry, Basil & Pistachio Trifle, and their Barre Chocolatée ‘Mars’, a Mars Bar served with milk chocolate mousse and salted caramel ice cream.


 


The East Pole


133 E 65th Street; 212.249.2222. Brunch served from 11-3.


The East Pole is trendy English-style pub located on the Upper East Side. Along with everyday brunch favorites like Avocado Toast and All Greens Omelet this Mother’s Day they will be offering a Roasted Beet Frittata with caviar and crème fraiche. On the way out, mothers will receive homemade banana bread and apple butter on the house.


 


Eastfield’s


1479 York Avenue; 646.964.4918 . Brunch served from 10-4.


Low key sibling restaurant of The East Pole, Eastfield’s is a charming gastropub on the Upper East Side. Along with their usual brunch menu with items like their Brioche French and Buttermilk Fried Chicken And Waffles, they will be offering a complimentary glass of Christian Etienne Champagne for all diners on Mother’s Day.


 


Claudette


24 Fifth Avenue; 212.868.2424. Brunch served from  10:30-3.


For a classic French brunch this Mother’s Day, look no further than Claudette. They are offering a prix-fixe menu featuring entrees like their Shakshouka, with farm eggs, tomato, cilantro, crème fraîche, and Lamb Burger, as well as desserts, like Brown Butter Madeline and their multi-flavored Sorbet.


 


Sant Ambroeus


1000 Madison Avenue; 212.570.2211. Brunch served from 8-3.


Modeled after the original Sant Ambroeus opened in Milan in the 1930s, Sant Ambroeus on Madison Ave offers both elegant seating and delicious food. Try their brunch specials like their Chef’s Omelette and their Vitello Tonnato, which consists of chilled and thinly sliced veal with a tuna sauce garnished with capers. Also, partake from their all-day menu, with classics like their Spaghetti al Pomodoro e Basilico and their Spaghetti Carbonara.


 


The Roxy Hotel


2 Ave of the Americas; 212.519.6600. Brunch served from 11-4.


With comfy seating and a laid-back atmosphere, the Roxy is the perfect place for a relaxed Mother’s Day Brunch. With its jazz bar and underground movie theater, the hotel has a great environment for both adults and children. This Mother’s Day, try their Grand Burger, Fried Blue Point Oysters or Classic Brioche French Toast.


 


Sarabeth’s


1295 Madison Ave; 212.410.7335. Brunch served from 8-4.


All Sarabeth’s locations will be serving a number of specials along with their standard brunch menu of scrumptious pancakes and various types of omelettes. These specials include a Smoked Salmon Toast, Blueberry Pancakes and a Spring Vegetable Quiche, including asparaguses, cherry tomatoes, and fine herbs.


 

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