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If you’re taking Mom out to brunch this Sunday, don’t miss these Mother’s Day brunch spots in NYC. And don’t forget: it’s always nice to bring a bouquet Mother’s Day flowers to go with her eggs benedict!
Clinton Street Baking Company, Lower East Side
Signature blueberry pancakes and buttermilk biscuit sandwiches with tomato jam make this a classic Mother’s Day brunch destination. It’s cosy and delicious. If mom’s got a sweet tooth, don’t worry – it’s a bakery! There are pies, cakes, and pastries to take home, too.
Yerba Buena, East Village
Mother’s Day brunch at Yerba Buena is perfect for those moms that love Latin food. Bottomless cocktails and brunch with a Latin twist, it’s a lovely place to take Mom when she’s looking for chorizo and churros con chocolate.
A sustainable-ingredients restaurant that sources from independent farmers will warm the hearts of slow-food loveing moms. And prepare to be surprised: the menu changes daily! And for dessert? Homemade ice cream. A perfect Mother’s Day brunch spot.
Prune, East Village
Prune has lines out the door for a reason! If you can get a spot, this charming restaurant with pink menus is perfect for a Mother’s Day brunch. The only catch is the Mother’s Day reservations are only available for parties of 2.
A roomy restaurant on the Bowery that opened last year, it’s already become famous thanks to its spectacular brunch service. With a varied menu, mom’s favorite might be the “build-a-biscuit”: choice of eggs, meat (even fried chicken), cheese, avocado and red-eye gravy.
And if lines are too long on Mother’s Day, remember: you can show your mom how much you care about her with some Mother’s Day flowers as well. Take a look through our selection, or visit our shop on your way to brunch!