While it’s pretty obvious that mothers work hard every day of the year. Mother’s Day, on the other hand comes but once a year. Make sure you celebrate how much the mother in your life is appreciated by treating her to one of these seven enticing menus and more for a chance to eat, play and enjoy the many reasons we love and celebrate the day of the “Mother.”
Bullion is Dallas’ latest culinary offering by Michelin star-awarded Chef Bruno Davaillon. With a variety of classic and contemporary French dishes on the menu, Mother’s Day brunch at Bullion will consist of a three-course pre-fixe menu. Opening time for brunch this Sunday is 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 pm., and you can expect special hors d’oeuvres like lobster, asparagus and tarragon or Canard Confit Toast with fried egg, brioche and ramps hollandaise as well steak frites or ravioli de lapin. Of course, you don’t want to miss the French toast with strawberries, rhubarb and mascarpone vanilla cream or the dessert choices that range from coffee opera cake to sticky hazelnut buns or brioche tropeziénne. In this case, reservations are suggested since after all French dishes in Dallas coupled with a Swedish interior design is not the most common Dallas thing, but any woman will love you for it.
Bowling and bocce ball and mom. At Pinstripes Fort Worth you can put a smile on her face with Mother’s Day brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. featuring $1 mimosas, and $5 Bloody Marys all day. In addition, Pinstripes Fort Worth has a buffet that includes a waffle station, made-to-order omelet station, carving station (featuring herb crusted prime rib & maple glazed ham) and breakfast selections (think house made biscuits & gravy and crispy breakfast potatoes). Eat, drink and make sure your mom is having a good time.
The Statler’s latest outpost, Scout, will be hosting a family-friendly, Mother’s Day celebration, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday with adult tickets costing $39 per person and children’s tickets being priced $1 for each year of age. Each ticket will include unlimited access to the various action stations throughout the concept that will be serving upscale takes on classic dishes such as Duck Egg Shakshouka with Basil Pesto & Ciabatta, Prime Rib with Horseradish Cream and Fried Chicken or Buttermilk Waffle with Cream Gravy & Maple Syrup. Guests will also have the option to purchase time to enjoy games and activities like ping-pong, bowling and pool too.
Park Cities’ beloved neighborhood restaurant Henry’s Majestic will be offering a special Mother’s Day dish during its Sunday brunch service. For only $12 treat mom to an inventive surprise that features a hash brown “waffle” seasoned with everything bagel spice, shaved smoked salmon, dressed greens, pickled shallots and a poached egg.
Pair a mimosa with one of the III Forks brunch delicacies from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Sunday on Mother’s Day. The four-course Mother’s Day special offers choices like Asparagus Soup to start followed by a Beef Tenderloin Benedict or how about a Crabcake St. Francis Benedict. Keep it sweet by including a dessert like Mandarin Orange Cake, Chocolate Marquis Torte or Peach Melba.
You didn’t take her to Europe for Mother’s Day, but all is not lost since Eatzi’s Market & Bakery, the European style market featuring chef-crafted meals has got a nice line-up of Mother’s Day sweet treats. This includes Mother’s Day offerings like Limoncello White Chocolate Cake, Chocolate Covered Oreos, Chocolate Truffles or the OMG Cookies. Up the wow factor even more and take her the Mother’s Day Tower of Power Cake wrapped in pink and signed for mom; indeed, that is an item that will get you noticed.
It’s Texas so it would be remiss not to include a place to dine on Mexican cuisine. RJ Mexican Cuisine in the heart of Dallas’ West End is the thing for Mother’s Day and will be offering a special, three-course menu. Available all-day Sunday, the Mother’s Day menu highlights Atlantic Salmon with spinach, portabella mushrooms, lump crab, Mexican cheeses, sherry cream and red rice or the decadent Steak & Lobster with pepper crust tenderloin, cold water lobster tail, shrimp garlic butter, mashed potatoes and asparagus.