The best Fort Worth restaurants for Mother’s Day brunch 2021

A year ago, only a handful of restaurants dared to open for dinner on Mother’s Day (25 percent of the time), and many more chose to only offer roadside pick-up meals. Mom had to pour her own mimosa at home. This year, Mother’s Day brunch is back. The celebrations range from multi-course gourmet meals (with real mimosa flutes) to live music and even live longhorns in a popular restaurant. Here are Fort Worth’s best spots for brunch on Mother’s Day, which takes place on Sunday, May 9th. The list will continue to grow as more are announced.

B & B butcher & restaurant

The Clearfork Steakhouse gives mothers what they really want: someone to keep the kids entertained. There’s a balloon artist on site for Mother’s Day Sunday brunch, live music, and a couple of Texas Longhorns for family photos. Every mom gets a free mimosa with brunch dishes like crab cake benedict, coconut crust french toast, chilaquiles and old-fashioned omelets. The brunch is served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 817-737-5212.

Blue Mesa Grill

The bustling brunch place opens early at 8 a.m. and offers its usual mega-buffet with biscuits and sausage sauce, migas, chicken and waffles, omelets, a carving station with brisket and red chili salmon, street tacos, adobe pie, cheese enchiladas, sugar corn cake, Southwest Mac and Cheese, Salads, Chimayo Corn, Sparkling Wine, and Mimosas. Brunch costs $ 28 per person or $ 7 for those under 11 and is served until 4:30 PM. Or, order a takeaway brunch by May 6th ($ 70, four people) for pickup on Mother’s Day weekend. 817-332-6372.

Eatzis Market & Bakery

Mother’s Day specialties include courgette and goat cheese quiche, asparagus cake, Chateaubriand fillet, Wagyu sirloin, turkey breast with citrus herbs, raspberry and lime cake and a special pink Mother’s Day tower of power cake. Order by May 8 for May 7-9 pickup. Fort Worth, 817-945-9095; Grapevine, 817-527-4007.

Eddie Vs Fine Seafood

This multi-course meal in the fine steak and seafood destination begins with warm, home-baked cinnamon rolls. For the first course, choose between salad, lobster bisque or shrimp cocktail. and steak and eggs, lobster quiche or smoked gravlax as a starter. Banana selection, pancakes or fresh berries with biscuits round off the dessert. There is also a brunch menu for children as well as a four-course menu that is exclusively available to take away. 817-336-8000.

Ellerbe Fine Foods

The popular farm-to-table restaurant on West Magnolia Avenue opens early for Mother’s Day Sunday brunch. Three courses ($ 56 per person) include a choice of soup or salad; a starter of braised brisket tartine, sauteed salmon with coconut basmati rice or eggs and avocado with browned butter corn bread; and strawberry ricotta cake for dessert. There’s even a kids menu if the kids come along. The brunch is served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 817-926-3663.


The downtown foodie destination was one of the few restaurants that was open at 25 percent capacity on Mother’s Day last year. This year, reservations for Sunday brunch items like egg benedict with delicate fillet and lump crab, quiche lorraine and pork carnitas with white cheddar semolina and lime crème fraiche are making fast. Grace’s regular evening menu will also be available. The brunch is served from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and dinner will only be from 4pm to 9pm. 817-877-3388.

Perry’s Steakhouse & Grill

Mother’s Day specialties at the Grapevine Steakhouse include salmon with a fennel crust; Brunch cocktails with mimosa, brandy milk punch and Bloody Marys (11 a.m. – 4 p.m.); and a three-course pork chop dinner on Sunday with a dessert trio (4pm to 9pm, $ 39 per person). 682-477-2261.


Treat your mother to bowling, bocce ball and brunch in the shops in Clearfork, where Mother’s Day brunch is served from 10am to 3pm. The highlights of the menu include the egg white “Momlet” with kale, roasted red pepper, goat cheese and avocado toast. and the lobster and egg bruschetta over a grilled baguette with truffle oil. The menu is also available to take away. 682-352-0808.

Silver fox

The first-class steakhouse in Fort Worth is open especially early on Mother’s Day and serves an elevated brunch with Benedict of your choice: filet mignon, lobster tail or crab cakes; or bananas Maintain French toast with Neuskes bacon and small potatoes. Brunch costs $ 49 per person and is served from 11am to 4pm. Brunch is also available to take away. 817-332-9060.

Bad butcher

The chic high-end steakhouse of the chic Sinclair Hotel opens for Mother’s Day Sunday brunch and offers an à la carte menu with favorite dishes. Choose from shrimp and semolina, chicken and waffles, grilled beef breakfast tacos, and even French toast filled with Nutella. Save space for olive oil cake, black cherry cheesecake and a wicked sundae with caramel corn, brownie pieces, chocolate ice cream and caramel sauce. The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. 682-231-8214.

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