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Mother’s Day Brunch Recommendations!

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Mother’s Day is this Sunday and if you haven’t made a brunch reservation yet you should do it right away, because the clock is ticking! Here is some information on some great options available in the city.

FOR SOMETHING FANCY:

The Oval Room: Enjoy a prix fixe three-course Mother’s Day menu from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. priced at $50 per person or $75 per person with wine pairings. Indulge in dreamy dishes such as Burrata with Shaved Vegetables and Pears; White Asparagus with a whipped egg sauce, morel mushrooms, and earthy hazelnuts; Goat Cheese Ravioli; and for dessert Tres Leches Cake, Vanilla Ricotta Fritters, and more.

2941 Restaurant: This gorgeous restaurant is offering a 3-course prix fixe menu for $70 and a 3-course vegetarian prix fixe menu for $50. Dishes include Zucchini Blossom with baby zucchini and smoked tofu, tomato compote, and maitake mushrooms, Watermelon-Vodka with cantaloupe melon, mint, cubeb black pepper, and Tomato Risotto with cherry tomato, baby basil, bocconcini cheese. Desserts include Milk Chocolate Rose with cocoa sablé, Bahibe mousse, feuilletine caramel, and mango and Buccone Dolce with peppered Swiss meringue, whipped crème fraîche, Chandler strawberries, tarragon, and chocolate sauce.

Co Co Sala: A brunch where chocolate and champagne are the theme is bound to impress your mom. From 11am to 3pm a three-course $60 menu will be available, which includes your choice of a champagne cocktail. Your meal will open with quiche and breakfast pastries, and be followed by your choice of an entrée. Highlights include cheese soufflé, French toast s’mores, and ricotta pancakes. For dessert: chocolate of course!

FOR SOMETHING FUN:

Cuba Libre: This Cuban restaurant is offering unlimited tapas for $26 a person from 11:30am to 2pm. Highlights on the new brunch menu include the El Rey, a banana, dulce de leche and peanut brittle sandwich served on buttered-toasted brioche bread; Tortilla en Cazuela, a cast iron frittata with calabaza squash, caramelized sweet onions, broccolini, provolone and Tetilla cheese; Mango-Avocado Salad with marinated Kent mangos, Hass avocados and arugula served with an orange vinaigrette; mushroom ceviche; and more. Bottomless cocktails such as Bloody Marys, mimosas, sangria, and beer can be added to your unlimited brunch for an additional $14 per person.

Jackie’s Restaurant: This charming Silver Spring restaurant is offering a reasonably priced brunch dishes all day long with delicious items such as lemon donuts, brioche French toast, chive biscuits, a gruyere omlete with truffled cream, and more. There will be specials on brunch cocktails, and tasty desserts as well.

Teddy & The Bully Bar: For $40 a person you and your family can indulge in a gorgeous three-course meal, in addition to an all-you-can-eat pancakes and omelet station. Watermelon salad, kale salad, a wild mushroom frittata, roasted asparagus, grits, potatoes, beignets and more are featured in the three-course menu. Boozy cocktails, outdoor seating, and good times will all also be in abundance!

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