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Mother’s Day brunch options in Fort Worth

Check out 13 options for Sunday, May 12, including Clearfork, downtown, Magnolia, and more.

FTW-Hotel Drover

The Drover’s 97 West has a $59 per person option.

Photo courtesy of The Drover Hotel

We asked, and you answered: what are the best Mother’s Day brunch options in Fort Worth? We called around and, with 11 days to go, all these places have available seating on Sunday, May 12.

B & B Butcher’s Shop | 5212 Marathon Ave. | 10 a.m-3 p.m.
Each mom gets a complimentary mimosa or bellini, and there’s a balloon artist for the kids. The menu includes chilaquiles, a Maryland benedict, and much more.

Blue Mesa Grill | 612 Carroll St. | 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
This “mega-brunch” also includes a Saturday, May 11 option (10 a.m.-3 p.m.), and the menu features chocolate-dipped strawberries, red chile salmon with pineapple relish + mimosas, OJ, coffee, and tea for $40 per person.

Café Modern | 3200 Darnell St. | 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Menu highlights include salmon with broccoli rabe pesto and a pizza station. It’s $65 for adults + $25 for children.

Photo of the Modern Art Museum with glazed galleries and a reflection pool at dusk.

The Modern has long been considered a go-to spot for Mother’s Day in Panther City, and this year’s menu doesn’t disappoint.

Photo by briaande via Wiki Commons.

Central Market | 4651 West Fwy. | Order ahead
Spoil mom at home with migas breakfast casserole, and chicken poblano enchiladas to serve 1-2 people for $26 or 3-4 people for $55.

CRU Food and Wine Bar | 5188 Marathon Ave. | 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Start off with goat cheese beignets, before moving to Maine lobster and saffron risotto.. The three-course prix fixe is $48.

Eatzi’s | 1540 S. University Dr. | Order ahead
Chose from Challah French toast and peppercorn-crusted sirloin — plus, there’s a $44.99 Mom’s Chocolate Cake option that serves eight people.

Ellerbe Fine Foods | 1501 W. Magnolia Ave. | 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
For $68 per adult or $24 per child, you can sample Cajun eggs benedict, Louisiana-style roast beef tartine, and a berry chantilly cake.

Flying Fish | 2913 Montgomery Ave. | 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
Moms have a choice: complimentary margarita, frozen Tito’s & lemonade, or a slice of key lime pie.

GRACE | 777 Main St. | 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Make a reservation for the normal brunch menu with some special items, including pain perdu.

97 West | Hotel Drover | 200 Mule Alley | 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
Start with a giant cast iron cinnamon roll. (Yum.) Consider the guajillo mahi tacos for an entree, and finish off with a dessert for the table — maybe a black forest cake? Tickets are $59 per person.

Omni Hotel | 1300 Houston St. | 10:45 a.m.-3 p.m.
Chose from assorted sushi or a herbed salmon gravlax entree. A carving station will feature Korean chilli-rubbed pork ribs and Ala Plancha. Adults meals are $78 + children’s ticket will run $44.

FTW-Taste Community Restaurant

Taste Project, which food blogger Keith Lee recently called “one of the dopest restaurants I’ve ever been to,” will host a pay-what-you-can Mother’s Day brunch.

Taste Project | 1500 S. Main St. | 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
This special “pay-what-you-can” brunch means everyone is welcome, regardless of means. The menu is still being developed.

Wicked Butcher | 512 Main St. | 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
The downtown restaurant will feature an a la carte menu including prosciutto benedict and Nutella-stuffed French toast.

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