Where to Take Your Mom on Mother's Day in Baltimore

by Jennifer Waldera on May 1, 2018 in Roundups
 
If you suspect that you’re the reason your mom drinks, it might be a charitable gesture to take her out for a few on your tab on this holiday that celebrates her. From upscale prix fixe menus to buffets with options for bottomless bloody's, there’s no shortage of options to celebrate Mom in Charm City.
 
On the 16th floor of The Residence Inn at Johns Hopkins Medical Campus, the newest rooftop restaurant in Baltimore will serve Mother’s Day Brunch from 11:30 AM–2:30 PM. The special brunch menu includes lobster omelet, stuffed french toast, eggs benedict, oven roasted ham, seared scallops and grilled tuna alongside drink specials on mimosas, bloody mary's, and seasonal sangria. (800 N Wolfe St)
 
If mom digs creative cocktails or loves a quality wine selection, the brunch at B&O may be the place to go. From 10 AM -3 PM, B&O’s Mother’s day brunch buffet will feature a wide array sweet and savory breakfast and lunch options from Build-Your-Own waffles and an omelet station to grilled tenderloin and roasted porchetta. $40 Adults / $15 children. (2 N Charles St; 443-692-6172)
 
Birroteca will be offering their regular brunch menu in addition to a few specials for the day including a cured salmon lox pizza and a prosciutto omelet. Mom can wash it all down with as many bloodys, mimosas, or Evolution drafts she wants at only $15 for the bottomless option. (1520 Clipper Rd; 443-708-1934)
 
Gunther & Co. is offering two specialty cocktails to wash down brunch on Mother’s Day—one boozy and without the booze. The Pajama Party (Gruet Brut Sparkling, Singani “63”, passion fruit) and the Rose of Althea (housemade hibiscus shrub,  lime juice, soda water). (3650 Toone St; 443-869-6874)
Like its counterpart, Birroteca, Nickel Taphouse will also be serving their regular brunch menu, some specials to celebrate the day, and $15 bottomless bloodys, mimosas and Evolution drafts. (1604 Kelly Ave; 443-869-6240)
 
The Mother’s Day Jazz Brunch at this Inner Harbor mainstay will celebrate Mother’s Day with a brunch of made-to-order omelets, seared ahi tuna, shrimp and scallop macaroni and cheese, almond crusted salmon with lemon butter sauce, cheese tortellini with crab meat alfredo, carving stations, an assorted fruit display, in addition to the staples of their impressive regular Jazz Brunch menu.  Moms can sip on champagne, mimosas, Bellini’s or Rusty Scupper’s signature sangria. $54.95 for adult and $27.95 for children 10 years and under. Reservations are required and can be made for one of three seatings: 9:30/9:45 AM, 11/11:15 AM, and 1/1:15 PM.

Rusty Scupper will also serve a special Mother’s Day a la carte dinner menu from 4 PM–8 PM with a menu that includes jumbo lump crab cakes, rosemary lemon chicken, Canadian lobster tails, grilled North Atlantic salmon and filet mignon.  Reservations are also required for dinner. (402 Key Hwy; 410-727-3678)
 
The French Kitchen at Lord Baltimore Hotel
This year’s memorable Mother’s Day brunch at the French Kitchen features a Southern Soul-themed menu. To the backdrop of a live performance by the Rodney Kelley Jazz, enjoy an extensive Southern-inspired buffet with the likes of gumbo, fried chicken, mac & cheese, and corn bread—and a complimentary glass of champagne for mothers. Seatings are available at 12:30 PM and 3 PM. $38 per person and $15 for children 12 years or younger.

From 7-11 AM, The French Kitchen will also offer a traditional brunch offering for $19.95 per person. (20 W Baltimore St.; 410-539-8400)
 
Whether Mom is an early riser or likes to hit the snooze a few times, The Elephant’s Mother’s Day Brunch will be an option, extending from 11 AM- 6 PM. In addition to dining, all moms will get to take home delicious bite size desserts cleverly packaged in a watering can with a pack of sunflower seeds to kick off gardening season. (924 N Charles St; 443-447-7878)
The Explorer’s Club at Royal Sonesta Harbor Court
From 11 am to 4 pm, The Explorer’s Club at Royal Sonesta will be pouring $15 bottomless mimosas to wash down an upscale three course menu for $45 per person. (550 Light St; 410- 234-0550)
 
A short drive from the city, the picturesque Milton Inn is hosting a three course Mother’s Day brunch from 11 AM-2:30 PM as well as a regular dinner menu with seatings from 4:30-6:30 PM. Cocktails crafted for the celebration of mom include: Mommy Dearest (prosecco, sugar cube, dash of bitters, 1 oz Campari and twist of lemon) and Queen Mother (Gin 70/30 Dubonnet, shake, lemon wheel on the bottom).

Brunch is $50 per person for food only and $25 per person for two courses (entree and dessert) for children 12 year of age and younger. (14833 York Rd; 410-771-4366)

Wit and Wisdom
Chef Zack Mills will be preparing a decadent buffet spread for Mother’s Day. Start with a chilled shrimp cocktail and fresh shucked Chesapeake oysters and a selection of artisan cheeses and charcuterie before visiting a number of action stations such as omelets made to order, build-your-own sweet or savory crepe, as well as a prime rib carving station. Little ones can feast at a special kids bar featuring kid-friendly favorites like mac ‘n’ cheese, PB&J and chicken tenders.

Reservations for Mother’s Day brunch are available from 9 AM-2 PM for $74 and $34 for children ages 5-12. Brunch will also include optional bottomless mimosas and bloody mary's for $14 per person. (200 International Drive; 410-576-5800)
 
Photo via Flickr user Rob.Bertholf
 

 

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