Hot brunch spots in NYC for this Mother’s day!
And they say…It’s Mothers day this Sunday!
This mother’s day, whether your mom wants a well-served dinner or a campaign brunch, FoodFan offers you the ultimate guide to some of the top spots in NYC. Thank Mom for all of those smiley-face pancakes she made by treating her to brunch at one of New York’s top spots!
Here are the bunch spots you can’t miss:
Daniel Boulun honor mom this Sunday with special prix fixe brunch menus at DBGB Kitchem Bar, Boulud Sud, Bar Boulud and Cafe Boulud. The three-course meals range in price with each location— $27 at DBGB is the most affordable, while the $85 option at the upper eastside Cafe boasts the heftiest check.
La Cerveceria(65 2nd Avenue New York, NY 10003)
Celebrate Mother’s Day-Latin STYLE! In it la cerveceria will treat Mom to a fantastic and well-deserved Mimosa for brunch and a glass of Wine or Champgne for dinner.
Sons of Essex (133 Essex Street)
Sons of Essex launches their new summer menu starting today. Additions include grilled sea scallops with apple cider vinaigrette, elderflower infused honey shrimp, and grilled lamb kabobs. The video to announce the additions will most likely follow soon.
Prune (54 East 1st St New York, NY 10003)
This beloved East Village eatery is so charming, you may be inspired to order something sweet to match (off of a pink menu, of course). The fresh ricotta with raspberries, figs, toasted pine nuts and honey or Dutch-style pancake cooked in the oven with pears (served with Canadian bacon and maple syrup) definitely do the trick. (Note: The restaurant currently has Mother’s Day brunch reservations available for parties of 2.)
Peels (325 Bowery; 646-602-7015)
The good-sized menu skews a bit to the lunch side (with soups, sandwiches and salads), but the “build-a-biscuit” screams brunch. A classic buttermilk biscuit comes stuffed with your choice of eggs, meat (try the fried chicken), cheese, avocado and red-eye gravy. It’s worth the food coma that follows.
Stone Park Café (324 5th Ave.)
Talk about fierce: Tyra Banks has been spotted at this cozy Park Slope restaurant, owned by two childhood buddies (both named Josh) from the neighborhood. The brunch menu is a bit more original than most in the area, with mightier meaty items like short rib hash and eggs and a BLT with pork belly. (The “Hangtown Fry” with eggs, oysters, bacon and Vermont cheddar is also a favorite.) Add a perfectly spicy Bloody Mary and an outdoor patio, and this makes for one model brunch spot.