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11 Brunches in D-FW to Celebrate Mother’s Day

Dine with mom and mother figures at one of the all-you-can-eat buffets or prix-fixe three-course meals in Dallas.
A breakfast spread at Darna Mediterranean Eatery. Darna Mediterranean Eatery

Moms are the best, so let’s give her the best. Our Mother’s Day Gift Guide will help you figure out what to wrap up, and on Sunday, May 14, we’re taking her to brunch. Here’s a list of some fabulous brunches for the most excellent mom figures in your life, at restaurants across North Texas.

97 West Kitchen & Bar

A three-course fixed-price menu starts off with assorted pastries and includes the choice of an appetizer, an entrée, and a family-style dessert. Offerings include deviled eggs, smoked salmon Florentine benedict, and potato leek soup. $59 per adult, $25 for kids aged 3 to 12, free for kids under 3. Reservations recommended. 200 Mule Alley, Fort Worth.


At the Mediterranean-inspired restaurant at The Village, brunch includes dishes like harissa-cured salmon and chocolate babka French toast. Brunch cocktails include two special drinks for the day: the Pretty & Pink, a raspberry-infused vodka mixed with Pear Williams eau de vie, génépy liqueur, lemon juice, and simple syrup; and a rosé flight with four kinds of rosé. Reservations recommended. 5630 Village Glen Dr.

Darna Mediterranean Eatery

The Mediterranean spot at Plano’s Legacy West has a brunch menu that includes banana bread French toast, avocado toast with a poached egg, and Greek cheese fondue with lamb ragu and a sunny side up egg. 7700 Windrose Ave., Plano.

Dolce Riviera 

An all-you-can-eat brunch includes an omelet station, a carving station, and specials like lemon ricotta pancakes and eggs benedict. Available from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. $95 per adult, $35 for kids under 12, free for kids under 5. Reservations recommended. 2950 N. Harwood St., Ste. 115.


A three-course meal includes offerings like chicken-fried quail on cornbread pudding, Mississippi-syle braised lamb shank with broccolini and caramelized cipollini onions, and cognac pepper-glazed filet mignon with creamy lobster omelet. Prices start at $145 per person, $45 per child. Reservations recommended. 2121 McKinney Ave.


For $95 per person, mom and the entire family can indulge in a three-course meal with a shared pastry board, a choice of appetizer, and an entrée. Kids 12 and under will get a two-course meal for $45. Reservations can be booked online. 4514 Travis St., Ste. 132.

Miriam Cocina Latina

All moms and mother figures will receive a slice of chocolate Abuelita cake, a decadent chocolate cake with hints of chipotle pepper. Brunch specials include breakfast brisket enchiladas, a salmon omelet with cream cheese and capers, and crème brûlée French toast. Reservations recommended. 2015 Woodall Rogers Fwy.

Princi Italia

Mother’s Day brunch includes mom’s choice of plenty of dishes, like seared scallops, rosemary roasted beef tenderloin, crème brûlée French toast, and the Princi crab cake benedict. Top it all off with a tiramisu or vanilla panna cotta. Reservations can be made online. 5959 Royal Ln., Ste. 707; 3300 Dallas Pkwy., Ste. 120, Plano.  

Saint Ann Restaurant and Bar

Enjoy an all-you-can-eat brunch with French toast, lobster frittatas, and chicken and waffles. There will be special themed cocktails and specials on Champagne and rosé for moms who want a drink with their meal. Available from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  $65 per adult, $20 for kids under 12, free for kids under 5. Reservations recommended. 214-782-9807. 2501 N. Harwood St. Ste. 225.


A brunch buffet includes stations with pastries, salads, roast beef carvings, and breakfast classics all morning long at the restaurant-bar on the first floor of the hotel. They’ll also have a $5 mimosa and Bloody Mary bar for diners 21 and older. Afterwards, try out the free-play arcade games and bowling alleys in the back. $60 per person, $25 for kids 12 and under. Reservations recommended. 1914 Commerce St.

III Forks

The steakhouse is almost never open before dinner, but it’s making an exception for Mother’s Day. Choose between a special dish and drink specials or pick from its standard menu. The beef tenderloin benedict comes with a poached egg, hollandaise, asparagus, and fingerling potatoes for $60 per person. Drinks include an $18 bloody Mary and a $12 mimosa. Available from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Reservations recommended and can be made online or by calling 972-267-1776. 1303 Legacy Dr., Frisco.


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