Mother’s day is in just a couple days, so if you’re scrambling for ideas to make her smile from ear to ear, take a look at these bunch spots and breakfast-in-bed ideas that are guaranteed to make her wish Mother’s Day was 365 days a year.
If you’re not the cooking type, it’s not too late to make reservations! Times may be limited, but most Mother’s Day brunch spots keep serving until 3pm. Here is a list of my favorite ones in Austin:
Eden East on the eastside (farm to table, outdoor atmosphere, love this place)
Olivia on South Lamar (classics)
Hudson’s on the Bend in Lakeway (this is my new favorite restaurant!)
Yellow Jacket Social Club on the eastside (outdoor seating, relaxed environment, great shrimp and grits)
Hillside Farmacy on the eastside (quaint vibe, great food)
Feeling up to the challenge? Whip up a delicious meal for Mom, she will love it!
For you late risers, this overnight french toast can be made the night before! All you need is a quick pop in the oven and a pot of coffee brewing before service starts :)
I made these dutch babies before, and my mom loved them! So they are going back on the brunch table again. Try them out, they are super easy to make and incredibly delish!
I fell in love with mango mimosas when I couldn’t stop sipping them at El Alma with the girls. Here is a simple recipe to change up this classic brunch cocktail.
Being that I’m from Seattle, smoked salmon is a must for practically every meal (at least in my family). We eat lox bagels ALL the time because they are just that good. Try setting up a bagel bar for brunch, all parties will be thankful.Happy Mother’s Day y’all!