Miami’s Best Mother’s Day Brunch Ideas 2021
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Mothers and mother characters deserve to be cherished all year round, but Sunday, May 9th, marks Mother’s Day, the official date to celebrate that uniquely special woman in your life.
Brunch is always a good idea. From sushi festivals and a selection of Italian treats to bottomless experiences, we’ve rounded up the best special lunches in town so you can treat your mom to a delicious meal and cocktails.
Below is an alphabetical list of the best Miami Mother’s Day brunch to make mom feel extra special.
Note: Reservations are highly recommended and rates shown do not include taxes or gratuities. Unless otherwise stated, all brunches are only offered on Mother’s Day.
Arietes “Chug Burger”.
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Chef Michael Beltran celebrates Mother’s Day with a 2-course brunch at a fixed price. Start your meal with a selection of parmesan and thyme biscuits, various pastelitos, ceviche, guava and cream cheese blintz or wedge salad. For a second course there is a choice of frita benedict, French toast, cast-iron pancakes, Turkish eggs, “chug burgers” or grilled chicken. Brunch costs $ 45 per person and is served from 10am to 3pm
Casa Isolas Sunday Sauce.
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The chefs José Mendín and Santo Agnello invite mothers to a free glass of sparkling wine with every brunch dish à la carte. Items include Eggs Benedict with Ham Bread, Salad, Tomato, and Pancetta; and eggs in purgatory, topped with spicy tomato sauce and served with toasted bread. The brunch is served from 12 noon to 3 pm
A “Colors of the Garden” salad from Fiola.
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Fabio Trabocchi’s chic Italian restaurant in Coral Gables offers a three-course brunch for Mother’s Day. The Prix Fixe menu includes an heirloom tomato gazpacho with watermelon and avocado, a jumbo lump crab frittata, a Romanara carbonara and a chocolate tart. Brunch costs $ 85 per person and is served from 11:30 am to 3:00 pm
Nossa Omakase has a special brunch for Mother’s Day.
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At 12:30 p.m., head chef Max Kamakura offers an omakase experience for Mother’s Day with 14 artistically designed courses. For dinner, dishes made from Madai and Shirauo Ceviche, lobster sashimi and Uni with summer truffles are served on crispy rice. The brunch includes bottomless sparkling wine. Reservations can be made online. Brunch is $ 195 per person and starts at 12:30 PM
Meatballs – Ham and Mortadella Meatballs – from Osteria Morini Miami Beach.
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Treat your mother to a special Italian three-course brunch with polenta antipasti with mushroom ragu, yogurt and muesli with mango or a salad made from romaine lettuce with anchovy vinaigrette. You can choose from starters with rigatoni with wild mushroom ragout; Challah French Toast and Hot Honey Bacon; and smoked salmon toast with American caviar, crème fraîche onions and crispy capers. Save space for desserts with nocciola with hazelnut mousse or bomboloni with key lime angle. Mothers receive a special rose toast. Brunch is $ 54 per person and is served from 11am to 3pm
Mediterranean-themed seafood at Seasy.
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The cook Paula Gaviño serves a special three-course menu. For a first course you can choose between eggplant parmigiana or a mini burrata salad. followed by a choice or grilled Chilean sea bass served with leeks, local snapper with capers, kalamata olives and cherries; or wild salmon lasagne. Finish your meal with a honey mango panna cotta and various cannolis. Seasy offers a free bottle of Italian sparkling wine for every four guests and a free glass of Prosecco per person for every two guests. The brunch is $ 39 per person and is served from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Reservations must be made by Thursday, May 6th.
Dishes at Toro Toro.
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Celebrate with a pan-Latin American brunch with salad, waffle and omelette stations. a seafood exhibition; and a meat counter filled with achiote chicken, chorizo, roasted pork carnitas, prime rib, lobster tails, and fried grouper. Sweet ends include banana conditioners and Latin American desserts. Brunch costs $ 79 per adult and $ 39 per child. Bottomless mimosas and bloody marys available for $ 20 per person. Served from 12pm to 4pm
Sushi at Zuma Miami.
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Zuma serves its annual special Mother’s Day brunch, which includes dishes with spicy tuna rolls, sashimi selections, wagyu gyoza, and whole lobster tempura. Sweet ends include chocolate eggs and a dessert pastry. Brunch is $ 98 per person and is served from 11:30 am to 3:00 pm
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