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

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North Italia

For a special Mother's Day brunch, North will be opening at 10 on Sunday morning to serve up some of their classic specialties. The menu includes a signature baked french toast, vegetable-laden egg scramble, and enough other variety to shush even the pickiest of eaters.

Paul Martin's

In case Mother's Day becomes Mother's Weekend, Paul Martin's is running their brunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday. Aside from the extra availability, the three-course meal is also only $16 per person -- as well as being a "buy one, get one free" deal if you dine on Saturday, and Sunday's brunch comes with a $25 gift card for one mom at each table. The brunch itself isn't huge (it consists of biscuits, fruit, and an entree), but it also comes with a drink, so the price really isn't bad.


For a classic Italian brunch this Mother's Day, Taggia has you covered. At $60 per person (which includes a drink), there'll be a wide variety of cold and hot options, such as a tortellini salad, french toast, gnocchi, and pancetta. Brunch runs from 11 a.m until 3 p.m., and reservations are recommended.


At $85 a piece, the brunch buffet at the Ritz-Carlton certainly isn't a cheap option on Mother's Day. For that price, you'll get a wide selection of salads, a seafood ice sculpture display, multiple breakfast stations and carving stations, an artisan bread station, and an elaborate dessert station, plus more. As far as buffets full of stations go, this is definitely the one to be at.

Perk Eatery

With $3 mimosas, Perk Eatery will be a solid affordable option for Mother's Day. For those who don't want to drink their breakfast, Perk will also be offering a wide range of menu items, including breakfast enchiladas, pancakes, and a Mediterranean omelette, all starting at $8.

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Josh Chesler
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