A Houston Moms Guide to Mother’s Day Brunch 2019

It’s finally Mother’s Day, and instead of hiring a cleaning lady or rushing around to clean up for your own holiday, we highly recommend you outsource Mother’s Day brunch to one of the amazing restaurants already cooking and cleaning. If you {or your husband. We see you, Daddies!} are not sure where to go, we have you covered! Check out this list of the best Mother’s Day brunch spots in Houston. Whether you are looking for some hometown country cooking, seafood, or maybe something a little more upscale, there is something here for everyone! Most of these places require or recommend you making a reservation, so I would go ahead and call today. If I’ve missed your favorite spot be sure to drop a comment so we can check them out, you know, for research purposes.

2840 at Dukessa

I wrote a whole post about why you should check out 2840 at Dukessa’s Easter Brunch and their Mother’s Day Brunch looks even better! 2840 at Dukessa is centrally located off of Chimney Rock, near Uptown. This is a perfect place for you to relax and enjoy a mimosa. I can’t wait to see what award-winning Chef Ross Coleman will spoil us with on Sunday!

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Multiple Locations::

  1. The Capital Grille – Classic, upscale, and absolutely delicious! There are two locations :: one in the Galleria area and one in CityCentre.
  2. Peli Peli – Peli Peli, if you haven’t been, is an experience. Peli Peli’s cuisine, known as South African Fusion, features authentic South African delicacies along with American steak, chicken and seafood favorites that are prepared in Chef Paul Friedman’s South African style. Locations in Vintage Park, Galleria, and Katy.
  3. Landry’s Seafood House – Join us at Landry’s Seafood House for a special Mother’s Day Celebration. We will be serving dinner all day, with  buffets available at select location. Locations in The Woodlands, Katy, Galveston, and Kemah.
  4. Hungry’s  – A little bit of everything here. Classics, chef- inspired, and lots of “made from scratch” dishes. There are currently 2 locations :: Rice Village and Memorial Drive.
  5. Perry’s Steakhouse – This Mother’s Day, gather around the table at Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille to celebrate the most important lady in your life. Locations in Katy, Memorial City, Sugar Land, Friendswood, Montrose, Tomball, and The Woodlands.
  6. Churrascos – Go ahead, make her day! Treat Mom to Churrascos Mother’s Day Brunch! Featuring Churrascos Classics. Locations in Westchase, Sugar Land, Memorial City, River Oaks, Champions, and The Woodlands.
  7. Snooze – The most creative breakfast options; there is something for everyone here! I have heard so many people {my husband included} rave about Snooze.

North ::

  1. City Acre Brewing Co – Yummy food, beer, and a place for the kids to run around and burn energy? Done.
  2. The Woodlands Resort {The Woodlands}  – Join us for a delicious Mother’s Day market brunch spread in The Woodlands Dining Room.
  3. Fielding’s Wood Grill {The Woodlands} – Celebrate the best women in your life and come to Fielding’s Wood Grill for your favorites. They’ll be here starting at 9 a.m. serving our full brunch menu.
  4. Amerigo’s {The Woodlands}-Bottomless Mimosa’s, Sangria, & Bloody Mary’s and live music!
  5. Tapped DraftHouse {Spring} – They’ll be serving up a tasty brunch menu with recommended beer pairings or bottomless mimosas.

South ::

  1. Hotel Galvez {Galveston} – Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 12. Celebrate Mother’s Day Brunch at the Historic Hotel Galvez Presented to you by Executive Chef Bobby Ross & His Culinary Team
  2. Brasserie 1895 {Friendswood} – Fresh and local fine dining, described as French-American with a gastro pub.
  3. Clear Creek Vineyard & Winery {Kemah} – Celebrate Mom at Clear Creek Vineyard and join them for a delicious breakfast/lunch bar filled with a variety of everyone’s brunch favorites, includes 2 glasses of your choice Mimosas, Wine-A-Rita’s or Wine!

West ::

  1. The Cottage Door {Katy} – Let us help you make this Mother’s Day special with Brunch, Mimosas and SALES to celebrate the ladies we love!
  2. Drix {Katy} – Full bar, Full menu. Play area for the kids. Major win.
  3. Local Table {Katy} – From the same family that brought Hungry’s to the restaurant scene, this super-fresh concept combines a cool atmosphere with tons of kid-friendly options. Try the crab cake eggs benedict for a splurge!
  4. Ol’ Railroad Cafe {Rosenberg} – Their classic Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet is a great way to say Thank You to Mom!
  5. The Union Kitchen {Memorial} – Celebrate the special women in your life this Mother’s day at any of our The Union Kitchen restaurants.

Central ::

  1. Backstreet Cafe – For more than 35 years, Backstreet Cafe has been a Houston dining tradition. It has grown from a “watering hole” with soups, salads, and sandwiches to a critically acclaimed, chef-driven Seasonal American Bistro that is a top table in the city.
  2. The Post Oak Hotel at Uptown Houston – Join us for Mother’s Day brunch for an exceptional 2-course menu and dessert buffet sure to leave a lasting impression.
  3. MFAH Mother’s Day Brunch – This one would be great, because you can enjoy the Museum afterwards!
  4. Downtown Aquarium – This is our go-to brunch/activity for Mother’s Day because the kids love the aquarium {and dining in front of the HUGE tank!} and we love the food! In my opinion, the Aquarium is totally worth the price on Mother’s Day! Plus, it’s a Landry’s Restaurant, so you can use your Landry’s Reward Card.
  5. Ouisie’s Table – They have a weekly brunch that is amazing, so I know it will be even better for Mother’s Day!
  6. Sambuca Houston  – Come celebrate mom and treat her to an elaborate brunch buffet, featuring 50 savory items including traditional breakfast favorites, a prime rib carving station, fresh seafood, dessert display and a side of live music.
  7. Hilton Americas Houston – This beautiful restaurant has pulled out all of the stops to celebrate MOM on Mother’s Day. RSVP now!
  8. Four Seasons Houston – Treat mom to a special Mother’s Day Brunch at Quattro, featuring more than 75 buffet items including breakfast favorites, carving station, fresh raw bar, fresh pastry and dessert corner.

Mother’s Day should be a special day for you, Momma. You work really really hard throughout the year and deserve {at least} one meal where you don’t have to a} rush around and clean the house, b} cook, and c} clean up afterwards. If you choose a place like Dukessa Houston, your kids will be in awe of the location and just mayyyyybe they will sit through the whole meal without a fuss. If they don’t, meh, at least you have a mimosa in your hand!

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Jennifer H
Jennifer is a native outside-the-loop’er growing up and living in the Richmond/Rosenberg area. She has a Bachelors in theology and political science from Texas Lutheran University and a Masters in Liberal Arts from Texas Christian University. She and her husband Greg met in 2010 through Match.com and fell in love on their first date. They married exactly one year later and have fought lovingly and constantly since. They have two amazingly brilliant girls, Kaitlyn {June 2013} and Elizabeth {June 2015} who Jen stays home with during the day. When Jen is not curled in a little ball rocking back and forth with Peppa Pig on in the background, she can be found crafting with her Silhouette and/or binge watching The Office for the millionth time. Jen has an uncanny ability to be comfortable in almost any situation put in front of her, thanks to growing up in politics and on the debate team. Before having kids of her own, she had the opportunity to help other kids through teaching, youth ministry, and generally being a helpful, kind soul. You can check out more about Jen on IG @themommymiddle.


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