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20 Mother's Day Food and Drink Specials in Metro Phoenix

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Roaring Fork

From 10 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. on Mother's Day, Roaring Fork in Scottsdale will be hosting a brunch buffet for the ages. For $35 per person, the buffet includes some seriously luxurious breakfast and dessert items, including breakfast quesadillas, huckleberry bread French toast, bananas foster bread pudding, and more.

Pink Pony

Pink Pony's Mother's Day buffet will cost $45 ($55 to include champagne), but it'll run all day and feature everything from omelets and salads, to seafood and carving stations. If the buffet doesn't work for every appetite, other menu items such as pork chops, steaks, and salads will be available to order as well.

T.Cook's

There'll actually be two offerings this Mother's Day at T. Cook's from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. A three-course prix-fixe menu features delicacies such as vegetable frittatas, lemon-poppy seed parfaits, french toast, and brown butter blondies while the buffet features items such as carved leg of lamb, caramel cheesecake brownies, and a waffle station. The prix-fixe costs $75 and the buffet runs $65, but both require reservations.

The Market by Jennifer's

If you're looking for some freshness on Mother's Day, The Market by Jennifer's will have a prix-fixe menu for $65 per person. Appetizers cover everything from organic berries to pea and parsley soup, while entrees feature roasted leg of lamb, seared Australian bass, and more.

Social Box

For a Mother's Day brunch complete with a gift for moms, Social Box will be serving their signature dishes from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Classic breakfast dishes such as Belgian waffles, brioche French toast, and steak and eggs will be on the menu, and every dish comes with a drink, including draft beers, mimosas, and bloody Marys.

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