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Best Bets for Brunch

May 07, 2013 04:38PM ● Published by Mike

Treat mom to an elegant brunch this Mother's Day

Next toMother’s Day, Easter is amongst the most popular days of the year to enjoy brunch out. The weather is nice so we rounded up some of the area’s best brunch spots, perfect for making the most of a special weekend.

Gaylord Texan

Treat mom to an elegant meal she’ll never forget at this Grapevine institution’s annual Mother’s Day Ballroom Brunch. Dine in a beautiful ballroom filled with intricate ice sculptures and enjoy carved-to-order thyme-crusted rack of lamb, pecan-smoked tenderloin of beef, lobster and seafood en croute. Youngsters will appreciate the kids’ station, made-to-order omelets and pasta, and live music will keep everyone entertained throughout the afternoon. $71 for adults, $29 for children ages 4 to 12, free for children 3 and under. 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Gaylord Texan.


Traditional brunch fare gets a Creole twist at this Southlake eatery with dishes including the crabcake benedict and eggs Sardou — poached eggs topped with spinach, mushrooms, artichoke hearts and spicy Tasso, all served on a buttery croissant and slathered in Hollandaise. Copeland’s specialty omelets can be made-to-order with ingredients like crawfish and Andouille sausage. Don’t let Mom forget to try a spicy Bloody Mary, the ultimate brunch staple. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Copeland's of New Orleans.

Wildwood Grill

During Sunday brunch at Wildwood in Southlake, you’ll find classic breakfast items with a sophisticated spin. Poblano and goat cheese omelets, sweet potato short stacks and caramel apple French toast are only a few options sure to please Mom’s palate. Let owner Dave Garner lend his expertise in choosing the perfect drink to pair with your meal from the restaurant’s extensive craft beer and wine lists. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wildwood Grill.


Savor a taste of Italy when you take Mom to brunch at Southlake’s Brio. Discover cooked-to-order dishes like eggs Oscar, two poached eggs served with crab and shrimp cakes, potatoes peperonata, grilled asparagus, artichokes, spinach, lemon butter and house-made Hollandaise. The description alone of the berries and cream French toast will make your mouth water: sautéed brioche stuffed with sweet cream cheese, topped with fresh berries and a vanilla cream cheese drizzle. Mm, mm good! 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Brio Tuscan Grille.

Dallas Arboretum

Your mom has served you so many meals in your life, now it’s time to treat her to a brunch the whole family can enjoy. Make reservations now to enjoy Mother’s Day Brunch and spend a special day enjoying each other’s company at the beautiful Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. Reservations required by calling Debbie Parker at 214.515.6511.

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