On what is arguably the biggest brunch day of the year, it’s best to know how to take care of mom with great food, tasty drinks and a fun time. From Frasca Food & Wine’s first-ever to bowling for brunch at Punch Bowl Social, here’s a list of where to dine on Mother’s Day.
Frasca Food & Wine
In conjunction with kicking off rosé season, Frasca Food & Wine hosts its first ever brunch on Mother’s Day. Sweet and savory selections for the two-course brunch include chocolate cherry focaccia, chicken liver mousse with pickled mustard seeds and more with optional pairings of rosé, Champagne, and Chablis. First seating for brunch is at 11:30 a.m.
EDGE Restaurant & Bar
EDGE Restaurant & Bar at Four Seasons is rolling out a few specialty dishes for Mother’s Day brunch and will also host a special buffet in the grand ballroom. Expect a Colorado cheese and charcuterie station, house-smoked Scottish salmon and more from the buffet. Finish the special day on a sweet note with a selection of desserts, including waffle and ice cream sandwiches, banana bread pudding and more.
Second Home Kitchen + Bar
Celebrate Mother’s Day with a Colorado-inspired buffet featuring carving and omelet stations at Second Home Kitchen + Bar’s Fireside from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Early birds can enjoy the restaurant’s weekly Pajama Brunch with a do-it-yourself Bloody Mary bar and $14 bottomless mimosas.
Get an early start on Mother’s Day celebrations at the Crimson Room from Thursday through Saturday with a specialty cocktail. The Mother of Pearl combines cucumber vodka with lime, sugar and liquid nitrogen for an elegantly smooth elixir crafted for mom.
Punch Bowl Social
If your mom is a bit of a bowler, get her over to Punch Bowl Social, where her brunch is free if she can bowl a strike on her first attempt. Even if it’s a gutterball, all mom’s get a free mimosa upon arrival. The brunch buffet features an over-the-top selection ranging from a Tender Belly ham carving station, monkey bread French toast, jambalaya and more.
Treat mom to $5 glasses of wine along with brunch on Postino’s patio in LoHi. Satisfy her sweet tooth with a walnut toast, triple creme brie, and house-made berry preserves, or hit a savory note with the B.E.L.T. panini with applewood smoked bacon, lettuce, tomato and Dijonnaise.
Give mom the front row experience at Coohills’ annual all-inclusive chef’s table brunch. The menu from chef Tom Coohill features decadent dishes including Wagyu tallow biscuits with Berkshire pork belly gravy, a Lyonnaise sausage scramble with mushrooms and spinach, herb-crusted prime rib and more. Sip on $12 bottomless mimosas or build your own Bloody Mary for $10. Reservations are recommended as seating is limited.