Mamma mia, there are a lot of options for May 13! Here are just seven suggestions of where to make a reservation (very important) and treat the woman who got you through life’s bumps and bruises.
Get in a little bonding time before Mother’s Day at Nove Italiano, where executive chef Geno Bernardo leads a five-course Mother’s Day menu cooking class including veal sweetbreads and lobster ravioli. Or go solo and learn some new tricks to make an at-home feast for the family matriarch. In the Palms, noon, May 12, $85 per person, Palms.com.
If your mère has exquisite taste, make reservations at Comme Ça. Chef David Myers and executive chef Brian Howard have concocted a special three-course prix-fixe menu for Mom on Sunday. Petit filet mignon au poivre, lobster thermidor or gnocchi au Parisien are some of the options. No need to pick up flowers beforehand: Comme Ça will present bouquets to mothers before their meal. In the Cosmopolitan, noon, $55 per person, CommeCaRestaurant.com/las-vegas.
Spice up the day by bringing Mama to Tacos & Tequila for a three-course Dia De Las Madres brunch featuring albondigas soup, chorizo-potato relleno, chicken sabana and more. Make Mom’s day warmer (and fuzzier) by adding unlimited Patrón XO Café, and call over the mariachi band to serenade her. In Luxor, 11 a.m., $25 per person, TacosAndTequilaLV.com.
Looking for a more traditional brunch, but in a hip setting? Executive chef Anthony Meidenbauer at the Barrymore will prepare lobster eggs benedict, steak ’n’ eggs and French toast, accompanied by mimosas, champagne and Bloody Marys. In the Royal House, 10 a.m., a la carte, BarrymoreLV.com.
For moms with a sweet tooth, Sugar Factory American Brasserie will hit the spot. Unlimited mimosas are available for $15 and can be paired with any number of delicious treats such as the red-velvet pancakes or Chocolate Decadence French toast. In Paris, open 24/7, a la carte, SugarFactory.com.
Foodie mothers can enjoy a special menu courtesy of James Beard award-winning chef Michel Richard at Central. The four-course menu options include asparagus salmon or braised lamb shank with creamy polenta. Chocolate-cherry gâteau or cheesecake with raspberry coulis tops off the meal. In Caesars, 11 a.m., $50 per person, CentralLV.com.
Perfect for modern moms, the menu at SushiSamba comes from executive chef Herb Wilson. Doce de Leite French toast, house-made quinoa waffles and lobster eggs Benedict are just some of the selections. Then raise the special Mother’s Day cocktail and toast the leading lady in your life. In the Palazzo, 11 a.m., a la carte, SushiSamba.com.
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