Your Guide to Fort Worth’s Mother’s Day Brunch – The Best Restaurants to Treat Mom
Mthe day of the other is fast approaching. It’s Sunday May 9th, and as always reservations are highly recommended at Fort Worth’s finest restaurants. It might just be another branded party for some, but this one is critically important if you appreciate little luxuries like food, clothing, and accommodation. All of these things mom has provided you over the years. And all with a smile on his face.
Remember, you don’t get any points for gifting Mom a Mother’s Day household appliance – ZERO! She wants to be pampered and pampered like a show poodle, and that’s really not too much to ask. If you’ve got any hope of rising through the ranks and securing ‘favorite kid’ status this year, here are some Mother’s Day brunches that might help you stand out from the rest of the litter.
Here’s your guide to Mother’s Day Brunch in Fort Worth and Southlake:
From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mom can choose from the entire brunch menu ranging from gorilla bread to monkey bread, sage sausage, poached eggs topped with fresh hollandaise and wasabi-crusted tuna – with a salad of coriander, wakame and shiitake mushrooms dressed in a ponzu and miso vinaigrette.
There will be live music and even family photo ops alongside two Texas longhorns outside the restaurant. To keep the kids entertained (as if long horns weren’t enough) there will be a balloon artist on site. Plus, every mom will get a free mimosa or bellini to make her feel extra special. Ben Berg knows how to treat mom well.
At the Sinclair Hotel’s signature restaurant, diners will enjoy an à la carte menu of brunch creations, including main courses such as Louie shrimp filled with eggs, tomatoes and avocado in a spicy remoulade, or classic chicken and waffles. It’s a stacked crispy iron waffle and buttermilk fried chicken, drizzled with sriracha honey and pecan maple syrup. Another option is the steak and eggs with a small blackened fillet, with fried eggs, hash browns, plated with a blackcurrant gastric and a curly salad.
This Mother’s Day brunch runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Best of all, you can enjoy the artfully updated modern Zig-Zag Sinclair Building.
Ellerbe Fine Foods
Ellebre Fine Foods hits the Mother’s Day plate with a special three-course brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., for $ 56 and up per person. There is also a special children’s menu for $ 19 and up. The meal begins with an appetizer of egg salad with herbs, cucumber and pancetta crumbs.
The first course offers a choice of potato and dill soup or grilled farro salad in spring. Followed by a selection of three main dishes – port braised breast toast with grilled bastard bread, gorgonzola, green vegetables from the Demases farm with cream, crispy onion or sautéed wild island salmon served with basmati rice flavored with walnuts coconut in a lime curry butter sauce with chili grilled green beans or eggs and avocado with brown butter cornbread. For dessert, expect Strawberry Ricotta Cake from Demases Farms, with citrus whipped cream and Ellerbe mint syrup.
Sky Creek Kitchen + Bar
Located inside the new Delta Hotel Southlake, iconic Dallas restaurateur Dean Fearing collaborated on the design of this restaurant. Mother’s Day Brunch will be a fixed pixel affair over $ 95 at Sky Creek. Starters include a white asparagus salad with Windy Farm poached free-range eggs, crisp Serrano ham and a buttermilk vinaigrette. Main courses include seared George Banks scallops with house herb ricotta gnocchi, English peas, La Quericia pancetta, royal trumpet mushrooms and heirloom carrots in a crab butter and basil sauce.
Southlake from Truluck
Truluck’s will be celebrating mom all day, with service from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. at its Southlake location. In addition to the regular menu of steak and seafood selections, Truluck’s will be serving a special seafood lasagna dish. made with layers of Maine lobster, blue crab, shrimp, caramelized onions and grilled artichoke hearts with mozzarella, whipped mascarpone and ricotta.
A specialty cocktail was also created for mom, the Cosmosa – a blend of Tito vodka, Cointreau, lime, cranberry and ripe raspberries, topped with a hint of Cava.
Reservations for Fort Worth’s best Mother’s Day brunches are yet to be made, so don’t repeat and show up only with a card. Fill mom’s mimosa glass until it overflows. It’s been a long year, mom deserves it.