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

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Eddie V's

Beginning at 10 a.m. on Mother's Day, one of the finest seafood restaurants in the Valley will be dishing out a special three-course menu. Among many other plates, the menu at Eddie V's will feature a Maine lobster and shrimp bisque, shrimp and grits, lobster Benedict florentine, and chocolate mousse cake. The prix-fixe costs $49 per person, and reservations are recommended.

District American Kitchen and Wine Bar

Downtown Phoenix certainly has its fair share of restaurants with Mother's Day specials, but none will be quite like the brunch going on at District American Kitchen. Aside from the endless champagne, the $36 brunch also includes options such as braised short ribs, scallop potatoes, and a build your own mac 'n' cheese station.

Phoenix City Grille

If you're not sure whether you want brunch or dinner on Mother's Day, Phoenix City Grille might have your answer. From 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. the restaurant will serve brunch, and from 3 to 9 p.m., they'll be dishing out dinner. Everything from halibut to chilaquiles, griddle corn cakes to beef tenderloin will be available over the course of the day. Reservations are highly recommended.

The Boulders

Beginning at 11 a.m. on Mother's Day, the Boulders will have a decadent brunch buffet with a hefty $78 price tag. If the seafood bar isn't enough to get mom's attention, then maybe the other options, such as roasted pork tenderloin, made-to-order pancakes (with optional chocolate chips, for those awesome moms), and white chocolate risotto, will be.


The $49 three-course brunch at Rusconi's will be available from 10 a.m until 3 p.m. on Mother's Day. Appetizers include options such as a warm berry and mascarpone crepe and chilled tomato gazpacho, while entrees feature choices like quiche and pork tenderloin. Since no brunch is complete without dessert, you'll also have sweet options like Meyer lemon budino and a spring berry and dark chocolate empanada.

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Josh Chesler
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