The Bitches have compiled the best of the best for those of you who are treating your moms to a city celebration this Mother’s Day. From raucous champagne affairs to low key brunches of thanks, refer to our guide for the best way to express your gratitude in eggs Benedicts and beignets.
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For a quality brunch in the East Village with extended Mother’s Day brunch hours, check out Hearth. Plus, they have awesome doughnuts. 403 E 12th St., East Village, Serves brunch from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Your mom deserves an A+ brunch in New York City, especially at the NoMad. The service is fit for a queen, on holidays or no holidays, and the food is exceptional – the perfect, worthwhile splurge! 1170 Broadway, Flatiron, Serves brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
Nothing says Mother’s Day quite like an afternoon tea tucked away in a tea parlour on Irving Street. With white glove service, top notch scones, finger sandwiches, and a tea menu that would satisfy the Queen, this is a very memorable way to celebrate your Mum. 56 Irving Place, Gramercy, 12 p.m., 2:30 p.m. or 5 p.m. seating
Brunch at this trendy but affordable spot on Bond Street, and spoil Mom with breakfast quinoa and celebrity sightings without breaking the bank. 26 Bond St., Noho
You might not be able to whisk your Mom to the Caribbean for the holiday, but you can certainly pretend. Try Miss Lily’s for the fun tropical vibe, coconut pancakes, reggae beats, and the jerk staples. 132 W. Houston St., Greenwich, Serves brunch from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m
Indulge in some comforting Italian classics in a trendy atmosphere at Galli in the Lower East Side. Handmade pasta is the main attraction on Galli’s menu–don’t miss the Breakfast Bucatini sandwich with bucatini pasta, bacon, egg, and cheese or the Hangover platter if you need to clean up your act with mom. 98 Rivington St., Lower East Side