Here are a dozen restaurants where you can treat mom like the queen she is or pick up her favorite that you can reheat without a fuss.
B&B Butchers in the Shops at Clearfork always manages to do a little extra for moms. You can dine from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on B&B’s menu of both breakfast and lunch favorites, with a complimentary mimosa or Bellini for mom. If you’re brunching with the family, a balloon artist will keep the kids entertained. If you’d rather treat mom to supper, the restaurant shifts to dinner service at 4 p.m. Reservations are required this year and curbside service remains available.
Blue Mesa Grill
Want a mega-brunch that features some of Blue Mesa’s best signature items, like Adobe pie, cheese enchiladas and their sweet corn cake? Add in some brunch favorites like biscuits and gravy, migas, Belgian waffles and a brisket carving station and you have a variety to make everyone in the family happy. Mimosas and soft drinks are included, seatings run from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., and reservations are recommended. Blue Mesa continues to offer brunch to go every weekend, and you can enjoy everything that the in-restaurant brunch offers except the brisket carving station.
The Capital Grille
Celebrate Mother’s Day in the most fabulous way with three brunch options from The Capital Grille: a Lobster frittata, the Grille’s classic bone-in New York strip steak and eggs or the eight-ounce filet. Brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and reservations are suggested. If you’d rather eat at home, a three-course meal to warm at home is also available.
Want to be mom’s favorite? Make reservations at Eddie V’s for the prix fixe three-course brunch featuring warm cinnamon rolls and your choice of starters, mains that include a fancy steak and eggs or a lobster quiche, and Bananas Foster or fresh berries with warm cookies. Kids even have special menu. You can also enjoy a four-course prix fixe menu that you finish in your home oven.
Ellerbe Fine Foods
Treat mom to one of the best farm-to-table menus by Molly McCook, one of Fort Worth's most acclaimed chefs, at Ellerbe Fine Foods. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. you can enjoy a prix fixe bill of fare featuring your choice of port-braised brisket tartine, Wild Isle salmon, or eggs and avocado on brown butter cornbread, along with a starter and dessert. There will be limited open seating and reservations are recommended.
If you want to treat mom to caviar on her day, look no further than Grace. Other stellar menu highlights include lamb belly dumplings, a pain perdu and Duroc pork carnitas with cheese grits. Pick something from the extensive wine list and you’ll have a Mother’s Day to remember. Seatings run from 12:30 to 2 p.m. for brunch, and 4:15 to 8:45 p.m. for dinner.
Enjoy a four-course, prix fixe meal featuring a savory churro and smoked lox as a main course, along with a breakfast casserole and a pancake with passion fruit. Chocolate-covered strawberries are an added bonus, as is the ambience of the beautiful garden area. Reservations are a must.
The Omni Hotel
You don’t have to stay at the Omni Hotel to enjoy the lavish Mother’s Day spread. Start with an icy tower of cold shrimp and seafood ceviche, and move on to cooked-to-order breakfast, a carving station with brisket and desserts including a decorate-your-own cupcake for your favorite mama. Seatings run every half hour from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The restaurant offers a Mom-elet (an egg white omelet stuffed with kale, two kinds of cheeses and roasted red peppers, served along side avocado toast). Other brunch favorites, bottomless mimosas, signature bloody Marys and a few games of bocce ball or bowling will complete the day. Reservations are recommended.
Traditionally a white-tablecloth fancy dinner restaurant, Silver Fox is making an exception to their set hours this Mother’s day. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., enjoy your choice of a filet mignon, crab cake, lobster benedict or Bananas Foster French toast. Add mimosas for your table of four and you’ve got a great day to come. Reservations are recommended.
The new restaurant in the Sinclair Hotel is open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for a Mother’s Day Sunday brunch that’s heavy on the Southern favorites. Chicken and waffles, Nutella-stuffed French toast, and steak and eggs will keep grown-up tastes happy. Check out their bespoke beverage: The Sinclair is a bubbly drink with prosecco, aperol, lemon juice and lime soda.
The charming restaurant boasts a lush garden patio that makes for the perfect spot to celebrate mom. Enjoy the vibrant spring weather while dining on Italian-style fare, frozen cocktails or mocktails, and a healthy list and beer and wine. In need of a new family pic? Snap a photo in front of the LOVE neon sign to commemorate your visit.
If you’re looking for more unusual options, consider a hands-on Mother’s Day experience painting a beautiful sunflower canvas with mom at Belenty’s Love Vegan Mexican Restaurant from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Treat mom to brunch at the Fort Worth Zoo at 10 a.m. or book a spa experience at Hiatus Spa in Crockett Row.