This Mother’s Day, taking your mom out for brunch is an ideal way to say “job well done.” Moms typically enjoy eating out much more than they enjoy making another breakfast, lunch or dinner, so you’ll be sure to be her favorite for at least that day.
Mother’s Day brunch is an annual tradition as well for many Metro Detroit restaurants, which put together a great event or generally have a well-regarded brunch offering. Mom will appreciate not having to buy the groceries, produce the food and clean up afterward and you’ll be supporting a local eatery as well.
Every year, this local restaurant chain puts together a great Mother’s Day brunch at its locations as well as a carry-out option. Reservations are requested this year as there are seating and capacity restrictions at its five locations. Mom will love the top-notch cuisine, great ambiance and someone else serving the meal.
Hazel, Ravines and Downtown is slowly and carefully bringing back the tradition of dining in Metro Detroit. Owners Beth Hussey and Emmele Herrold offer a selection of brunch favorites, brunch cocktails and mocktails for those who dine-in. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, the Birmingham restaurant offers seating in its open, airy and spacious restaurant for those looking to indulge in a stack of pancakes, Crab Cakes & Eggs or even a Breakfast Po Boy filled with scrambled eggs, Tasso ham and remoulade.
There’s a good reason why people still flock to this downtown Detroit mainstay. Its dining room provides an eclectic and modern twist to brunch. On the sweet side, there is the S’mores French Toast, which is coated with a graham cracker and stuffed with marshmallow fluff and Nutella as well as topped with chocolate chips and a chocolate glaze. For those looking for something savory, there’s the Hudson Salad with smoked ham and turkey, romaine hearts, gherkin pickles, green olives and swiss cheese in a Hudson’s dressing.
If you want to have a great atmosphere where mom will be treated like the queen that she is, then you need to check out the brunch at Parc Detroit. Its brunchtime is from 10:30-4 and features tasty and filling offerings such as its grilled fillet tips and eggs. It features tender steak along with two eggs, zip aioli, grilled sourdough toast and arugula salad.
Mom will find her Mother’s Day bliss with Social Kitchen and Bar’s refined comfort food from Detroit’s premier Chef, Zack Sklar. Plus, you can enjoy the only rooftop dining option in Birmingham. Locals recommend the Birmingham Greens & Grains Salads, which let you choose from chilled and warm toppings, plus cheeses, proteins, crunches and dressings. There’s also chicken and waffles along with Mediterranean favorites like falafel.