The place to get Mom’s Day 2021 brunch in Denver – The Know


At Il Posto in RiNo there are lots of splashes and creative mimosas with which the mother can toast Mother’s Day 2021. (Provided by Il Posto)

Celebrate all the mother figures in your life with a lavish morning party on the coming Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 9th.

Unlike 2020 amid the pandemic and closure, this year many restaurants have opened their doors and terraces to diners, offering a range of specials, low-contact buffets, seafood towers, brunch cocktails and other goodies with the idea of ​​paying homage to mom.

Many of these places also have take away options so that the feast can come home as well, so the person of honor can stay in bed as long as possible.

Italian brunch at Il Posto

Jet off to Italy for brunch this Mother’s Day at RiNo’s Il Posto. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., order classics like the slice of Italiano, a challah bread-based dish served with maple syrup, strawberries, and whipped cream enriched with espresso cocoa. Or Benedict con Salmone with homemade salmon, spicy hollandaise, challa, rocket and a blood orange vinaigrette. More brunch items will also be available, and there are tons of splashes and creative mimosas to toast your mom with. Reservations recommended. 2601 Larimer St .; 303-394-0100; ilpostodenver.com

Some of the brunch items for Mother’s Day 2021 at Citizen Rail. (Alana Watkins, provided by Citizen Rail)

Brunch buffet at Citizen Rail

Go downtown and treat your mom to an epic meal in your life at Citizen Rail, featuring sausage, bacon, a prime rib carving station, French sourdough toast, parfaits, fresh fruit, and cheese. There is also a seafood platter with snow crabs, prawns, clams, clams, and oysters. Also, don’t miss the omelette station, where mom can get made-to-measure eggs filled with any combination of different cheeses, sausage, ham, onions, peppers, avocado, bacon, tomatoes and mushrooms. Chef Christian Graves cooks in the open kitchen for guests to see or reserves a table on the sunny terrace. For $ 40, add a custom mimosa for the table, which includes a bottle of Arte Latino Cava and a selection of juices. Reservations can be made between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. The buffet is $ 65 per person and $ 35 for children under 12. 1899 16th St. Mall; 303-323-0017; citizenrail.com

Elegant brunch at Le French Bakery & Cafe

Enjoy a simple yet elegant brunch on this Mother’s Day thanks to the sisters Aminata and Rougui Dia who own this cute place at Belleview Station. Start toasting the mother with the Mother’s Day mimosa (sparkling wine, chambord and strawberry vodka pearls) or the La Fleur (sparkling wine, St. Germain elderflower liqueur and lemon). Then enjoy short rib routine; local and French charcuterie; Chichdar bacon quiche; a smoked turkey sandwich on a croissant with bechamel sauce; French toast with mixed berries; sweet and savory crepes and more. Add a gift box of macarons or shortbread to take away to make the day even more special. At the moment the café only accepts credit cards (no cash). Reservations are recommended and Le French is open from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 4901 S Newport St .; 720-710-8963; lefrenchdenver.com

Brunch outside at American Elm

The terrace at this Highlands restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy the extravagant brunch from Chef Brent Turnipseede. The menu includes banana pancakes, shrimp and grits, burgers, snap pea salad, a French dip sandwich, and much more. The brunch starts at 11.00 a.m. If you don’t want to eat out or can’t get a reservation, get a feast for four for $ 85 between 7:00 and 9:30 am and take it home with you. The kit contains a whole quiche made from spinach, artichoke and heirloom tomato. New potatoes; Bacon or sausage links; and freshly made cookies with brown butter, whipped cream and berries. Add in a $ 25 mimosa kit and consider brunch this Mother’s Day. 4132 W. 38th Ave .; amelm.com

What does “Mamasaft” say more than a Momgarita in Kachina Cantina? (Provided by Kachina Cantina)

Momgaritas at Kachina Cantina

That says happy Mother’s Day more than a “Momgarita”, the quirky special tequila, agua fresca and agave drink that this restaurant in the city center has created for holidays. Or, of course, there are more good things to celebrate mom with, including flavorful candied bacon; Breakfast Burritos with Pork and Green Chili; Enfrijoladas with beans, tortilla chips, cotija and eggs; and churro waffles to which you can add fried chicken and chorizo ​​sauce. For another sweet treat, order a Mexican cola float with lemon sorbet or a tres leches cake with dehydrated strawberries and oatmeal sprinkles. Reserve dinner at the Kachina Cantina between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., or grab the brunch feast to take away. 1890 Wazee St .; 720-460-2728; kachinadenver.com

Brunch for Mother’s Day at Stoic & Genuine

The head chef at Stoic & Genuine, Justin Margheim, has put together a special brunch menu for Mother’s Day, which he serves alongside the regular menu. This means freshly made cookies and scones with jam and apple butter; Avocado toast with smoked char, cucumber, rocket and aioli; and a cured salmon hash with roasted vegetables and caper tartar sauce. The Union Station restaurant serves the brunch menu from 10 a.m. Reservations are recommended, especially if you want to secure a table on the sunny terrace. Takeaway and delivery options are also available. 1701 Wynkoop St .; 303-640-3474; stoicandgenuine.com

Brunch takeaway from Olivia for Mother’s Day 2021. (Provided by Olivia)

Bring home Olivia’s brunch

Don’t hesitate to admit that brunch can be difficult with young children. This is where the Olivia restaurant in Washington Park comes in. Chef Ty Leon has whipped open one of his famous cakes and this time he filled it with braised chicken and roasted heirloom vegetables. The spread for four to six people also includes strawberry white chocolate blondes; truffled spiced nuts; chopped lettuce; one liter of rosé; Flowers for the table; and handmade candles. The entire takeaway feast is $ 195, or the above items can be purchased a la carte. Of course, the food is a great option too, and guests can reserve a table from 10 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. and indulge in mom’s handcrafted pasta, fresh focaccia, steak fries, a foie gras waffle, cinnamon rolls, and more. 290 S Downing St .; 303-999-0395; oliviadenver.com

Steuben’s Uptown welcomes mothers for brunch

Head to Steuben’s Uptown location and join the mother’s Mimosa crew for $ 25. With this special, the table can enjoy a bottle of sparkling wine with a selection of juices while you wait for the lobster roll, breakfast sandwich or Belgian waffle to be delivered to the table. Want a takeaway brunch? For Mother’s Day only, the restaurant offers a six-piece cinnamon bun with mixed berries and cream cheese frosting for $ 28, as well as a garden basket quiche with roasted peppers, spinach, roasted tomatoes, thyme, onions, and Gruyere cheese ready to warm up at home. Make a reservation to eat indoors between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., or schedule the above goodies on Saturday, May 8, either between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. in Uptown or between 12 p.m. and 3 p.m. at the Arvada spot pick up at 523 E 17th Ave., 303-830-1001; or 7355 Ralston Road, Arvada, 303-830-0096; steubens.com

Mother’s Day 2021 spread throughout the Empire Lounge in Louisville. (Provided by Empire Lounge)

The Empire Lounge & Restaurant offers brunch

Go to Louisville for a full feast of berry crepes, quiche, breakfast potatoes, lemon honey yogurt with fresh fruit, and homemade cinnamon rolls for your mom. This four-person spread is $ 65 and can be eaten in the restaurant, on the patio, or to take away. For dessert there is also a strawberry crisp with sweet cream. Add your own Bloody Mary or Mimosa kit of Ah-So sparkling wine mixed with peach, blackberry, or strawberry limoncello juices. Call to make a reservation or order online to spread Mother’s Day. 816 Main St., Louisville; 303-665-2521; theempirerestaurant.com

Mother’s Day Dinner from Bookcliff Vineyards

While this isn’t brunch, we just can’t skip this annual festival at Bookcliff Vineyards. This year the winery has two options: dine there or take the elegant four-course menu from chef Willem deFroy home with you. The menu includes a choice of starters; a puff pastry boat filled with lobster, scallops, and prawns with a mousseline sauce; Beef shoulder drizzled with tarragon jus and side dishes; and chocolate mousse. Of course, everything paired with wine from the venue. Each spread is $ 75 per person. In-house and take-out reservations can be made online. Dinner is at 6:00 p.m. and guests can collect their food to take home from the venue between 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. 1501 Lee Hill Drive, Boulder; 303-449-9463; bookcliffvineyards.com

Pastries in the bookbindery

You can find sweets for the cutest mother figure in your life at The Bindery by head chef Linda Hampsten Fox in LoHi. Order goodies straight from the bakery, including strawberry and rhubarb cake; Pithiviers; triple berry cheesecake; and delicate pastries like mini chocolate coffee eclairs, berry tarts, and lemon and raspberry profiteroles. There’s a savory side too, including pastrami salmon, carrot and ginger waffles with bacon, and duck confit hash, to name a few. The brunch is served from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Reservations are strongly recommended for indoor meals. You can also order the food to take away by pre-ordering it in the restaurant by Wednesday, May 5, 1817 at the latest. 1817 Central St .; 303-993-2364; thebinderydenver.com

Bottomless mimosas in Jill’s restaurant

Guests who visit the St. Julian Hotel & Spa in Boulder for brunch can toast mum again and again with Jill’s bottomless mimosa and Bloody Marys. Food is also a big part of this brunch schedule, and Jill’s serves a modified buffet of Huevos Rancheros cups. Belgian waffles; Salmon en croute; vegan crab cakes; non-vegan king crab legs; Avocado Toast Benedicts and much more. Each guest can get as much food and drink as they want for USD 88.95 per person. Reservations can be made between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. 900 Walnut St., Boulder; 720-406-7385; stjulien.com/eat-drink/jill’s-restaurant-and-bistro

Peking Duck at Ace Eat Serve

There’s no rule that Mother’s Day is all about brunch, especially when it comes to Chef Thach Tran’s Peking Duck. For $ 61, this feast includes a whole duck, mu-shu crepes with green onions, cucumber, apricot and chilli sauce, and hoisin. Order it from Ace Eat Serve on Saturday, May 8, from 12pm to 3pm (and serve with Mother’s Day brunch if you wish). Or, reserve one of the 12 Peking Duck Festivals the restaurant offers to diners who dine there as soon as possible. Make sure to place orders by Saturday May 1st. The meal serves four to six people. 501 E 17th Ave .; 303-800-7705; aceeatserve.com

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