Best Brunch Spots in Houston For Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is coming up, and what better way to honor all the beautiful (and tired) moms than with a delicious brunch. Whether it’s the whole family heading out or a special moms-only meet-up, brunch is a fantastic way to spend the day!

And if brunch IS your love language (always), Houston has some of the best spots to sip that mom-osa and chill.

Brennan’s Houston: Brennan’s serves up delicious food all day, and their brunch hits the spot. Their seasonal cocktails and unique menu are perfect to celebrate mom. Reservations are required for this popular Houston spot so give them a call to secure yours.

B&B Butchers: B&B Butchers is another great restaurant that is sure to have something for everyone, especially if you’re a meat lover. They are honoring moms from 10am-3pm on Mother’s Day with a brunch that includes a complimentary bellini or mimosa.

Backstreet Cafe: A Houston staple in the brunch scene! A special three-course meal for this special day that includes a fixed price for adults and kids and live jazz music. Call for reservations!

plate of brunch food and a mimosa on an outdoor tableEddie V’s: Eddie V’s steakhouse has two locations {one in Upper Kirby and one in City Centre} and you can choose to dine in for Mother’s Day brunch from 10am – 2 pm. They will serve a pre-fixed menu with delicious options for moms and their littles.

Fielding’s Wood Grill: If Mom loves a good Bloody Mary, Fielding’s in the Woodlands has some different options to try – from a Bourbon Bloody Mary to Sriracha option. Try their mimosa options or a boozy coffee. They are offering special Mother’s Day dinner and brunch menus all weekend long. Reservations are suggested!

Federal American Grill: With multiple locations around the Houston area, this is a great option for Houstonians. They are offering a special three-course meal with delicious options and a fixed-price for adults and kids. You can make your reservations online.

mimosas at Local Table

Georgia James: This is a one-day only brunch option at one of Houston’s top restaurants.
Along with a scaled back version of their regular menu, they are offering indulgent specials that are sure to spoil mom including strawberry cinnamon rolls and house ham Benedict. Be sure to reserve your spot for this one!

Hungry’s: Hungry’s brunch is one of the best around, and Mother’s Day makes it even more special. Some of their specialties include their greek omelettes, crispy chicken and eggs, and crab cake eggs Benedict. And all mom’s will get a complimentary mimosa with their brunch!

Hugo’s: Another fabulous Houston brunch spot is offering a special Mother’s Day event. Their buffet is offered from 10am – 2pm, and offers regional Mexican foods and live music. Call for reservations!

4 mimosas at Fieldings Houston brunch spot

Local Table: Local Table also has multiple locations in Houston including Cypress, Fulshear, Garden Oaks, Katy, and coming soon to the Woodlands. The atmosphere is family-friendly, and their mimosa flight offers fresh juices for your yummy adult beverage. All moms get a complimentary mimosa! Priority seating requests are available.

Pearl and Vine: This snazzy Katy dining spot is great for Mother’s Day brunch. Enjoy the beautiful decor inside or dine al-fresco. The views are stunning, and the dishes include lighter options and some brunch classics your family will enjoy.

Tiny Boxwoods: Tiny Boxwoods feels like fresh air and sunshine. The homey feel and delicate decor make this a sweet spot to celebrate Mom. Their brunch menu covers it all, and if the weather is nice, the outside lawn is a great spot to celebrate the day.

mother and daughter sit at outdoor table

Are you hungry yet? Houston has some amazing brunch options, and we would love to hear your favorites! Moms, what is on your menu for Mother’s Day?


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Kim Reed
Kim R. was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana but is a Texan now! She graduated from Texas A&M University {Whoop!} in 1999 and moved back to Houston to start her high school teaching/school counseling career. That Houston move resulted in meeting a cute next door neighbor at her apartment complex who later became her husband. Kim and that cute neighbor moved to the Cypress in 2005 where they now raise Griffin {October 2008} and Emmy {August 2013}. Life has had some hardships, and Kim is open to sharing her story of enduring grief and encouraging moms to take care of their mental health. Her other passions include reading all the books, watching reruns of Friends, sweating it out at Orangetheory Fitness, and a good margarita. Kim also believes in working hard to make each day better than the one before. Read more on her blog –


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