She’s made you laugh, held you when you cried, and is the only one to strike fear in your heart at the sound of your own full name. Why not thank mom for always being the best this Mother’s Day by treating her to an amazing brunch with all the stops? This Mother’s Day Brunch Guide is filled with Bitch-approved brunches that are sure to help you show mom just how much you love and appreciate her!
If you’re looking to give mommy dearest a delicious, classy brunch try heading to Ardeo+Bardeo this Mother’s Day. The eatery is serving up a three-course brunch priced at $39 per person, or you can opt for unlimited mimosas and champagne for $49. Some of the menu’s highlights include chilled asparagus and leek soup with goat cheese mousse and pine nuts praline, French toast with macerated cherries, maple syrup, and crème anglaise and so much more. Read the Ardeo+Bardeo Bitching and check out the full menu here.
3311 Connecticut Ave. N.W.
Art and Soul
Art and Soul is the perfect place to take the whole family (even your furry four legged friend!) to celebrate Mother’s Day. Executive Chef Wes Morton is dishing up a special brunch buffet made up of seasonally inspired dishes with locally sourced ingredients. Enjoy lamb, waffles, omelets, and more for $55 a person or $27.50 for children under 12. Read the Art and Soul Bitching to see what the ladies had to say, and check out the menu here to get a taste of what to expect.
Art & Soul
The Capitol Liaison Hotel
415 New Jersey Ave. N.W.
Blue Duck Tavern
Show mom she’s the leading lady in your life by taking her to Blue Duck Tavern for brunch. The eatery is offering up a three-course fixed priced menu beginning with your choice of starters including seasonal salads, meats, breads and cheeses. Diners will then get their choice of entrée and sides off of the featured menu, followed by various delectable desserts on display in the pastry pantry. The fabulous brunch starring dishes such as slow-roasted prime rib of beef with horseradish sauce and natural jus, vanilla bean crème brûlée, and wood oven roasted scallops with garden ratatouille and lemon vinaigrette is $95 a person, $45 for children between 6 and 12, and little ones under 6 eat free! Read the Blue Duck Tavern Bitching to see if this eatery is right for you and yours.
Blue Duck Tavern
1201 24th Street N.W.
Co Co Sala
If you’re looking to get into mom’s good graces and become the favorite child, take her to brunch at CoCo Sala. After all, they say the way to a woman’s heart is chocolate! Co Co Sala’s Chocolate, Champagne and Flowers Brunch menu is made up of a quiche florets teaser to start, your choice of entrée (helllooo French toast s’mores), and chocolate blooms to conclude the meal. Don’t forget that your choice of one champagne cocktail! This three course menu is being served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and is $60 per person and $30 per child under 10 years old. I dare you to read the Co Co Sala Bitching and check out their menu and not drool profusely.
Co Co Sala
929 F St. N.W.
Equinox is best known for dishing up delicious delicacies created by Chef Todd Gray and blowing the socks off both the Bitches and myself. The eatery is sure to impress you and yours this Mother’s Day with their three course prix fixe menu made up of high quality, fresh ingredients. For the first course you have the choice of several dishes including cream of sweet red pepper and fennel soup, butter basted cold water diver scallops, and more. The main courses range from a creative twist on breakfast favorites such as praline brioche French toast to the restaurant’s signature Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes. Your choice of a sweet treat is the perfect way to round out the meal. This special Mother’s Day menu is offered from 12:00 noon to 4:00pm and is $48 per person and $30 for children under 12. Read the Equinox Bitching and get an idea of what to order this Sunday.
818 Connecticut Ave. N.W.
With one million pennies lining the floor of Lincoln, it’s not hard to believe that Lincoln’s brunch is worth a million bucks and is perfect for the woman in your life who is absolutely priceless. The restaurant’s three course prix fixe menu for Mother’s Day is comprised of rich dishes including Maine Lobster, asparagus salad, Baugher’s Farm grilled apricot, Cedar Run Farm steak tartare, and that’s just to start! This special Mother’s Day brunch is $45 per person and $21 for children under 12. You’ll be licking your lips reading the Lincoln Bitching and the rest of what Lincoln has to offer.
1110 Vermont Avenue N.W.
Brunch at Ris this Mother’s Day is the perfect treat for mom. The restautant’s phenomenal cuisine never disappoints and their clean and classic ambiance is sure to make you feel right at home. Not only is Ris dishing up its amazing a la carte brunch menu this Mother’s Day, but each table will be adorned with fresh potted plants from the local farmer’s market as a special take home gift for mom. Read the Ris Bitching to get swept off your feet, and check out the full brunch menu here.
2275 L Street, NW
Washington, DC 20037
Sou’Wester is serving up family style dishes just like mom used to make without her having to lift a finger (unless it’s to lift a mimosa that is…). The spectacular three course brunch menu is being dished up from 11:45 a.m to 3 p.m., is $65 per adult, $35 per child up to 12 years old, and free for children under three. The Bitches love Sou’Wester for the stellar service, amazing ambiance, and delicious comfort food. Read what the Bitches had to say about Sou’Wester.
Sou’wester at the Mandarin Oriental
1330 Maryland Avenue S.W.
If you’re looking for something a little different this Mother’s Day from your standard pancakes and eggs, why not try Zaytinya? This eatery dishes up classic and contemporary Turkish, Lebanese, and Greek mezzes. Diners can choose from an array of items off of the four course prix fixe menu for $35 a guest. Some of the highlights of the menu include Spring Pea Tzatziki, English peas, pistachio, Greek yogurt, dill and mint; Omeleta me Sparangi, cage free eggs, asparagus, feta, dill, cumin, coriander, and caraway seeds; spit roasted lamb shoulder with cucumber tzatziki, and let’s not forget Turkish Delight among other items! Read the Zaytinya Bitching and see if this brunching alternative is exactly what you’re looking for.
701 9th Street N.W.