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Mother’s Day Dining in Miami

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By Sherri Balefsky | Online Editor

Still no reservations for Mother’s Day? No problem! We founded up our favorite places for both brunch and spa, but many more options for Mother’s Day dining in Miami exist. Since there’s never too many ways we can celebrate Mom this year, below are a few more places in Miami offering specials on Sunday, May 10.

1. Chart House {51 Chart House Drive, Coconut Grove; 305.856.9741}
As Coconut Grove’s favorite waterfront restaurant, you can’t really go wrong by booking your family’s Mother’s Day brunch here. Chart House’s sweeping salad bar, selection of fresh fish dishes such as the signature Macadamia Crusted Mahi or Snapper Hemmingway, and a decadent Hot Lava Chocolate Cake are all waiting to be enjoyed.

2. The Bazaar by José Andrés {1701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach; 305.455.2999}
Enjoy a specialty brunch menu featuring dishes such as Huevos a la Cubana with fried rice, tomato sauce, bacon, banana, and fried egg; SLS Eggs Benedicto with poached eggs, English muffin, hollandaise air, and Canadian bacon; and Torrijas, The French Toast-Spanish Connection featuring sweet soaked Spanish toast, mango, and Garden of Ian hone. Click here for full menu.

3. db Bistro Moderne {255 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Downtown; 305.421.8800}
In addition to its regular menu, Chef Daniel Boulud’s downtown eatery is offering an elegant three-course prix-fixe menu featuring classic French-inspired dishes. Choice of main dishes include Maine Salmon with vidalia onion, sorrel, and pumpernickel; Omelette with ham, Gruyère cheese, wild mushrooms, and petite salade; or Local Dayboat Swordfish with potato causa, achiote, and tomato. And, of course, a full menu of decadent desserts will also be available.


4. Quattro Gastronomia Italiana {1014 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach; 305.531.4833}
Lincoln Road’s go-to destination for fine Northern Italian cuisine is offering several specialty Mother’s Day items created by Executive Chefs Alex Protilo and Yoandry Garciga. Expect to find Maine Lobster Tartare with avocado, tomatoes, lemon dressing, and Tradition caviar; Risotto with Champagne, scallops, zucchini, and Tradition caviar; Seared Beef Filet Mignon wrapped in prosciutto with purple mashed potatoes, asparagus, and a truffle demi-glace sauce (pictured above); and a Coconut Millefoglie with a blackberry sorbet for dessert.

5. Piripi {Village of Merrick Park, 320 San Lorenzo Avenue, Coral Gables; 305.448.2423}
Celebrate Mom at the Village of Merrick Park with the shopping center’s newest restaurant. Enjoy a convivial journey across Spain with traditional dishes through Chef Najat Kanaache’s creative lens. In addition to homespun regional favorites, Chef Najat is offering all moms a complimentary dessert: Mil Hojas, Catalan cream with mango purée. Keep the day alive by taking Mom for a little post-brunch shopping spree. You know she deserves it.

6. Siena Tavern {404 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach; 305.534.5577}
For its first year open for Mother’s Day, Siena Tavern will be offering a special prix-fixe menu, which was inspired by Chef Fabio Viviani’s own mother. Start off with the Heirloom Tomato Salad with grilled asparagus tips, Gorgonzola dolce, Marcona almond vinaigrette, and white balsamic; next, enjoy the pan-seared halibut with artichoke caponata, pea shoots, sea salt, and grilled lemon. For dessert, indulge in the Meyer Lemon and Blueberry Bread Pudding with candied pistachio and toasted marshmallow. The specialty cocktail of the day will be the Spring Spritz, a combination of Grey Goose le Melon, aperol, pink grapefruit, and lemon.

bellmont spanish restaurant

7. Bellmont Spanish Restaurant {339 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables; 786.502.4684}
Not only will this Coral Gables gem be offering an expansive brunch featuring huevos rotos, eggs Benedict, goat cheese with langoustines, and more (all for just $39 per person), but the restaurant is featuring a special four-course prix-fixe menu featuring its unique “Cochinillo a la Leña” suckling pig (pictured above) roasted in a traditional wood-fired oven brought from Spain.