Pictured above are Caffee Niche’s Fish Tacos ($11 – click for full size), one of several excellent set dishes on offer this mother day (9am through 2pm). Sundays also mean $5 Bloody Mary or Mimosa specials, too. “In addition to a completely re-tooled classic cocktail menu, Easter brunch offerings will pair perfectly with our new breakfast martini — cleverly concocted by our in-house mixologist Chris Bradshaw, ” said chef and owner Ethan Lappé. “It includes Tanqueray No. Ten, Cointreau, fresh lemon juice, orange marmalade, and a dash of orange bitters. When served ‘up’ with orange zest garnish…it’s delicious!”
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Faustina’s Mother’s Day brunch ($32 adults, $25 children, 9am to 3pm) will be bolstered by a special Mimosa bar this year. General Manager and chief mixologist Hillary Merrill has created a special $3 Mimosa bar that includes a choice of juices: orange, blood orange, pomegranate, peach, pear, cranberry, grapefruit or pineapple. “Our new Mimosa bar is a huge hit for our special occasion brunches,” said Merrill. “We’ve been having so much fun working on different flavor combinations!”.
Check out the full brunch offering here: https://gastronomicslc.com//ai1ec_event/mothers-day-brunch-2/?instance_id=446
Oasis Cafe on 500 East will serve a Mother’s Day buffet on Sunday, May 12 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Cost for Adults is $32, and children 12 and under $18. Mirroring the creative daily menu filled with local organic vegetables, sustainably ranched meats and freshest seafood, the buffet will include the popular prime rib carving station and a chocolate fountain for dessert. Dinner will be served with specials complementing the evening a la carte menu from 5 – 9 p.m.
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If you’re looking for something a little different to the norm, check out Taqueria 27, who will be open May 12th with a range of unique dishes to treat mom too. Why not head down for breakfast and order Chilequiles ($7.50) – corn chips simmered in T27 ranchero sauce, layered with asadero and cotija Cheeses and topped with 2 Eggs, Salsa Crudo and Sour Cream. Or maybe you have something sweeter on your mind such as T27’s fresh churros tossed in chocolate sugar whipped fresh cream, melted millcreek cacao ($5.50).
Of course, there are stalwarts of the dining scene ready to take great care of mom too. Executive Chef Nathan Powers is honoring Utah moms at Bambara, with a gourmet Mother’s Day brunch buffet on Sunday, May 12, 2013 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. From a dessert station with bite-size sweets to poached prawns or indulgent truffle mac ‘n cheese, Chef Powers created the Mother’s Day menu to delight and satisfy, letting Moms have a day off from cooking to pamper themselves. With plenty of options for the whole family to enjoy, brunch is available for $38 for adults, $18 for children ages 6-12 and $28 for senior citizens, 65-years-old and over. Guests are encouraged to reserve early because the Mother’s Day brunch fills up quickly.
Full brunch details here: https://gastronomicslc.com//ai1ec_event/mothers-day-brunch/?instance_id=442
Or maybe you want to dodge the crowds entirely. If time won’t allow for cooking or the family just wants to enjoy the day at home, Cuisine Unlimited can prepare all or any part of a delicious brunch. The entire menu is just $38.50 per person. Highlights include banana-pecan stuffed brioche, crêpe Torte with smoked salmon and herb cream cheese, and a light jicama citrus salad.
“A Mother’s Day brunch offers the opportunity to honor mothers, grandmothers and the amazing women who shape our lives. And there are all kinds of reasons to love a brunch,” says Maxine Turner, President of Cuisine Unlimited. “It is the one meal that most easily mingles family and friends.”
Orders can be made by calling Cuisine Unlimited at (801 268-2332. Orders must be made by Thursday, May 9, and can be picked up at Cuisine Unlimited catering kitchens at 4641 S. Cherry Street in Salt Lake on Saturday, May 11 or Sunday May 12, at pre-scheduled times. Delivery can be arranged on Sunday for an small additional fee.
* Banana Pecan Stuffed Brioche With Amour Warm Rose Geranium Syrup
* Individual Egg Soufflé Muffins
* Ham & Mashed Potato Roulade
* Crêpe Torte with Smoked Salmon & Herb Cream Cheese
* Asparagus Bundles with a Orange Tie Garnished with Zest of Fresh Oranges
* Jicama Citrus Salad to include Orange & Grapefruit Segments, Ruby Red Grapes, Julienne Jicama & tossed with a Mint Cilantro Dressing
* Pressed Arugula, Baby Romaine & Dried Fig Salad Topped with Shaft Blue Cheese & Roasted Pine Nuts
* Herbed Vinaigrette with Pine Nut Emulsion
* Baskets of Breakfast Breads
* Raisin Cheese Braid – Sour Cream Streusel
* Pumpkin Pecan Roll
* Jumbo Stemmed Chocolate Confetti Strawberries
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