mothers day brunch in dallas-fort worth

The secret to Mother’s Day is to never make the special women in your life cook! Whether you’re looking for upscale dining or an inexpensive brunch, we’ve rounded up all the best brunch spots in Dallas-Fort Worth for Mother’s Day.

Mother’s Day is busy so make sure to make reservations and don’t keep mom waiting. Read more below for Where to Enjoy Mother’s Day Brunch in DFW:

Dallas

III Forks Prime Steakhouse– A delicious choice of three course meals is available here but reservations are required. Adults are $49 and children just $18, plus you can get mimosas for the table for just $50.

Bread Winners Cafe– This restaurant has multiple locations and has awesome brunch options. If you’re looking for a Mother’s Day Dinner, they offer a complimentary dessert with any entree after 5 pm.

Del Frisco Grille– You’ll definitely want to make reservations here because their special Mother’s Day brunch and dinner menus will be a hit! Choose from the Smoked Salmon Tower or Nonna’s Pan Cinnamon Rolls for starters, a selection of entrees and bubbles, and hand crafted cocktails.

Iron Cactus Mexican Restaurant & Margarita Bar– This isn’t just brunch, it’s also networking and learning. Talk about the ups and downs of motherhood, bring your business cards, and be prepared to chow down. General admission is $25, presented by the Dallas Sisterhood.

La La Land Kind Cafe– If you’re looking for something fast, simple, and very different, La La Land is the place for you. Their mission is to mentor and employ foster youth who are aging out of the system. What a better way to celebrate Mother’s Day than to help support young adults in the foster system? Their menu is super simple- beverages, toasts, breakfast empanadas, and pastries.

Malai Kitchen– If you’re looking for something a little different for brunch, this is the spot! This Asian-fusion kitchen has delicious green curry and a drunken noodles dish for the carb-lovers. They’ve been voted best Vietnamese, best wine list, and best new restaurant so you know they’re doing something right!

The Mercury Dallas– This buffet has a huge variety, definitely something for everyone. Eggs benedict, a sushi station, enchiladas, prime rib, pancakes, decadent salads, and much more. Adults are $64.99, kids 8 and under are $44.95.

Nick & Sam’s Park CitiesBrunch buffet with a variety of meats and sushi with mimosas plus a face painter and balloon artist for kids. Adults are $60 while kids aged 4- 10 are $25.

The Petroleum Club– Not only does this restaurant have amazing views, but their Champagne Brunch is to die for. Reservations are required. Brunch is $58 per person for adults, $24 for children ages 6- 12, and free for kids 5 and under. The food will not disappoint!

The Porch on Henderson– Here, you’ll find a fusion of down-home cooking and health conscious selections like the salmon burger, shrimp & grits, steak tartare, and more. They also have a wines, drafts, and signature cocktails at a price that won’t break the bank. No reservations needed.

Restaurant Degolyer– Located at the Dallas Arboretum, this is one of the prettiest places you can brunch in Dallas. Their courtyard cafe offers American and French dishes plus Bottomless Mimosas, Pointsettias, Bellinis, or Mango Sunrise for just $15.

Second Floor Kitchen– Be sure to call or use Open Table for reservations at this fine dining restaurant. Their Pre-Fixe Menu this year includes a cauliflower and parsnip bisque, lobster florentine benedict, mini pastries, and more. The Pre-Fixe Menu is $38 per person.

Sixty Vines– Three words: wine on tap! If that doesn’t catch your attention, the food will. This is one of the best and most affordable brunch spots in all of Dallas. They have two locations- Uptown and Plano.

Ten Eleven Grill– Moms feed the soul and so does Soul Food! Catfish, chicken & waffles, shrimp & grits, candied yams, and all of your favorites. They also offer mimosas by the craft!

Toulouse Cafe– This chic, Parisian cafe has heavenly food and great service. If the weather is nice, sit on the patio. The prices are higher than you would expect because the food is amazing and great quality. Try the blackberry mule or the Sazerac!

 

Fort Worth

B&B Butchers– This year’s Mother’s Day Brunch at B&B features live music, flowers, and a balloon artist for the kids. Pre-order your flowers at least 48 hours before Mother’s Day and feast on their regular brunch menu. Reservations required.

Beacon Cafe– Treat mom to a luau. This hawaiian-themed brunch features pulled pork, omelettes, a Hawaiian benedict bake, Pina Colada bread pudding, and much more.

Bird Cafe– The menu will feature all of their regular a la carte items as well as grilled asparagus, a loaded BLT, and churro waffles. They are also offering a Pre-Fixe for dinner.

Buttons’ Cafe– This is not a restaurant, it’s a house of love, food, and music. Sunday brunch features an amazing all-you-can-eat buffet for just $21 {or $11 for children 12 & under}.

The Dusty Biscuit– Mother’s Day Brunch here is delicious, Cajun-inspired, and unique! Enjoy your choice of Everything Beignets-gals, Three Pigs Gravy over Dusty Biscuits, Dusty Crisco Sliders and more. They’ll also be serving Mimosa Cider. Plus, all moms get a FREE French Quarter Beignet with purchase of an entree.

Ellerbe’s Fine Foods– Celebrate the women in your life with a special Mother’s Day Brunch. Brunch is $45 per person for three courses. They will have reservations and open seating available.

Fixture– This casual kitchen is inexpensive but delicious. They carry boutique wines, craft beer, and local spirits. Their menu is inspired by Texan, Mexican, and Cajun cuisine.

Kajun Kitchen– Enjoy their 2nd Annual Jazz & Laughs Mother’s Day Bruch. You must purchase tickets in advance. General admission tickets are $45 and include food, live music, and 2 mimosas. They also offer groups of 4 for $240. They have a 12 pm show and a 4 pm show.

Lili’s Bistro– Mother’s Day here will feature their regular brunch menu plus specials! They are not accepting reservations so you might want to get there early.

Loveria’s Caffe– This authentic and from-scratch Italian restaurant offers an awesome brunch menu. Enjoy frittata or gnocchi, it’s up to you!

The Modern– Located inside the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, this beautiful cafe is serving sun-dried tomato hummus, vichyssoise, wild mushroom & Gruyere quiche, and their regular brunch menu. Gallery admission is also free on Sundays!

Rahr & Son’s Brewing Co– Who says moms don’t love beer? This brewery is hosting a Mother’s Day Pop Up with pre-sale tickets only. Their $40 pre-fixe brunch three courses and two pints of their craft beer.

Reata– Fine cuisine does not have to be expensive. Dine on fried quail and waffles, huevos rancheros, stuffed french toast, Crab Eggs Benedict, and more.

Seven Mile Cafe– Their brunch menu is huge and there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for waffles, french toast, Benedicts, or vegan options, they have you covered.

Taste Project– This unique concept kitchen truly serves the community. This Mother’s Day, attend a pay-what-you-can brunch. Pay what you can, what you regularly pay, or a little extra. Brunch is from 10 am- 2 pm.

Twigs Bistro– Enjoy an enormous buffet with carving station, Crab Benedict to order, crepes, a chocolate fountain, mimosas, and Bloody Mary’s. Adults are $31.99, children 6- 12 are $14.99, and kids 5 and under are free! Upgrade to a champagne brunch for just $7 per person.

 

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