Top 10 Mother’s Day Brunch Restaurants in Los Angeles
Mom has fed you so many times, so this Mother’s Day, treat her to a special brunch. The whole family can enjoy everything from strawberry waffles with a cappuccino to a succulent plate of crabs’ legs paired with a Mimosa.
The Beverly Hills branch of Thomas Keller’s Bouchon perfectly mimics a posh Parisian brasserie at the turn of the 20th century. The à la carte brunch menu will range from French classics like quiche and steak frites to chicken and waffles, here made with roasted chicken on a bacon and chive waffle with Tahitian vanilla bean butter and sauce chasseur.
Treat the matriarch of your family to a meal of comforting and classic Italian fare at Cecconi’s in West Hollywood. On Mother’s Day, chef Andrea Cavaliere will augment the à la carte brunch menu with a few specials.
A pioneer in nouvelle cuisine, Chez Mélange in Redondo Beach continues to be a thriving South Bay institution. It’s a solid choice for Mother’s Day brunch, which will be served à la carte.
Fig & Olive on Melrose Place offers a French Riviera-inspired brunch that has attracted A-listers like Halle Berry. Lobster bisque, Provence roasted chicken and chocolate pot de crème are among the temptations on the three-course brunch menu ($40) that will be served this Mother’s Day.
The lushly landscaped dining area at Michael’s in Santa Monica exemplifies the Southern California lifestyle at its best. In a garden setting encompassed by trees, diners will savor a three-course Mother’s Day brunch menu ($55) highlighting quality market-fresh ingredients.
Celebrate Mother’s Day in an oceanside setting at One Pico at Shutters on the Beach in Santa Monica. If being so close to the water puts you in the mood for seafood, the three-course prix-fixe menu ($75) will satisfy with selections like lobster carpaccio with sweet corn, fava beans and smoked tomato oil, and Alaskan halibut with corn succotash and smoked bacon.
Housed in a century-old log building, Saddle Peak Lodge has become a favorite destination for Angelenos to escape the city for a romantic dinner or Sunday brunch in a rustic setting. On Mother’s Day, the three-course brunch ($55) will feature options such as roasted prime rib with brown butter mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus and horseradish cream, and pan-seared salmon with roasted beets, pistachios, sautéed beet greens, oranges and tarragon buerre blanc.
The Mother’s Day brunch buffet ($95) at Scarpetta, chef Scott Conant’s Italian restaurant at Montage Beverly Hills, will present a feast including snow crab legs, leg of lamb and whole roasted snapper with basil vinaigrette, olives and preserved tomatoes. For an additional $22, guests can indulge in bottomless Mimosas, Bloody Marys and Bellinis.
At The Terrace, the soothing indoor-outdoor café at The Langham Huntington, Pasadena, visitors can order brunch specialties á la carte or enjoy an enhanced Mother’s Day breakfast buffet ($52), which will include omelet and carving stations.
Among the choices on the three-course Mother’s Day brunch menu ($120) at Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air will be house-cured smoked salmon with herbed crème fraîche; eggs Benedict on a white cheddar biscuit with maple-bacon hollandaise; and the “chopped” salad (a favorite of former first lady Nancy Reagan).
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