Mother’s Day and brunch go together like orange juice and Champagne. When you’re looking for a place to take your mother (or any other maternal figure) on Mother’s Day, you’d better make sure that place offers brunch. If you’re having trouble finding a great brunch near you, check out our series on the best brunch spots in the Northeast.
When you’re going on a trip, sometimes the best thing to do is to follow your stomach. In recent years, food tourism has become more and more popular.
Long Island, famous for both its breakfast foods and its diners, is a great place to get brunch. This article can help you find your perfect Long Island brunch match. Try the Garden City Hotel’s swanky Polo Restaurant in Nassau County, or head to Suffolk to dine at the Scandinavian-inspired Living Room.
The Garden State is a great place to celebrate Mother’s Day, and it’s full of fantastic places to eat brunch. Visit the Birch Bar in Hoboken for some wildly garnished bloody marys and crazy milkshakes to go with your meal (or even double as your meal). Or you could hit a place like the Twisted Elm, a stylish gastropub with farm-to-table ingredients.
Are you looking for somewhere to take Mom in the Renaissance City? Look no further than this piece on the best brunch spots in Providence. Enjoy the snuggly Duck and Bunny restaurant, complete with creative desserts and adorable decor. Or you could visit Ogie’s Trailer Park, a quirky and kooky establishment with a ’60s trailer park theme. There’s even a restaurant, The Grange, that only serves vegetarian food.
Boston is a big city, with a lot of brunching options. With this article, you can narrow down the options to only the best brunch spots. Try the Buttermilk & Bourbon, a New Orleans-inspired restaurant that’s filled with comfort food (the best type of brunch food). Any mom will love Puritan & Company, which serves farm-to-table, traditional New England foods. Don’t forget to grab a chocolate pretzel croissant while you’re there!
Check out our Mother’s Day gift guide for more ways to say thanks to the moms in your life.
What are you doing for your mom this Mother’s Day? Tell us in the comments.