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5 Mother’s Day Brunches in Detroit
This Sunday is Mother’s Day, a day to celebrate Motor City moms. Lucky for us kids, Detroit’s best restaurants are serving Sunday brunches that will have us in Mom’s good graces for another year. Here are a few of our favorite Mother’s Day brunch spots in The D.
1. 24grille at the Westin Book Cadillac: Bring your mom to brunch and you’re doing OK; if she wins a drawing for a complimentary stay at the Westin Book Cadillac — well, then you’ve done great. Every mom receives a free glass of champagne and a chance to win a "Make It a Night" package (includes a couple’s Swedish massage, dinner for two, two glasses of champagne and a complimentary stay at the Westin Book Cadillac).
2. Cliff Bell’s — For $35 the brunch at Cliff Bell’s features a cold buffet table with fruit, imported cheeses and Moroccan couscous; a hot buffet table with spinach ravioli, eggs benedict, roasted salmon and breakfast classics; a carving station with turkey breast and flank steak; plus desserts including muffins, cookies and brownies. And that’s not even close to everything on the menu.
3. Big Rock Chophouse: For $47 this brunch in Birmingham includes a cold station with salads and pastries; breakfast station; savory station with carved Dijon-and herb-crusted New York strip loin, pecan-crusted Miller Farms Amish chicken, togarashi salmon and mushroom ravioli; and dessert station with mini pastries, cakes, pies, fruit and brownies.
4. Fishbone's Rhythm Kitchen Cafe: Traditional breakfast favorites, New Orleans-style catfish beignets, crawfish étouffée and red beans and rice. There’s also a carving station; smoked salmon, peel-and-eat shrimp and assorted salads and desserts, all for $22.
5. McClure’s Bloody Mary Mixer — If you think Mom would prefer to stay home for brunch, start with McClure’s Bloody Mary Mixer, add Valentine Vodka, and start cooking breakfast. We doubt Mom will complain about staying in. No reservations required.
Reservations are, however, required at most locations. For more of ourfavorite brunch spots, head to www.visitdetroit.com. Where are you taking Mom for her Mother’s Day brunch? What are the best brunch spots in metro Detroit?