Where to Celebrate Mother's Day in Denver

Thanks Mom!

Moms do so much for us. Show your mom how much you love and appreciate her on Mother’s Day this Sunday, May 8. Pamper mom by taking her out for a special meal and beverage at any one of these fine establishments. After putting up with us for all these years, she could probably use a drink.

Central Bistro
Treat mom to a tasty brunch in the Highlands at Central featuring $12 bottomless Mimosas. If she prefers something stronger than a Mimosa, the bar has over 200 styles of whiskey. Mother’s Day Brunch is from 9 AM to 3 PM and reservations are recommended. (1691 Central St.; 303-477-4582)

Del Frisco’s Grille
In Cherry Creek North, take mom for an upscale brunch at Del Frisco’s. Moms will be able to order an off-menu Prime Rib special and get a complimentary $15 gift card for a return visit. Mom can also build her own Bloody Mary or sip a Grille White Sangria garnished with a popsicle. All moms will also receive a special dessert, the Lemon Cake Jar, a creamy, citrusy treat presented inside a crafty mason jar. (100 St. Paul St.; 303-320-8529)

Hard Rock Café
Moms will get the rock star treatment at the Hard Rock. From 10 AM to 2 PM is a special Mother’s Day breakfast quiche menu for $12.95. Add on bottomless Mimosas for $8.50. All moms receive a 25% discount in the Rock Shop and, if you forget mom’s flowers, the café will give all moms who come in for breakfast a carnation. Reservations recommended. (500 16th St., Ste. 120; 303-623-3191)

Henry’s Tavern
Everyone taking their mom out for a meal to Henry’s on the16th Street Mall either Saturday, May 7, or Sunday, May 8, will receive a special gift. (500 16th St., Ste 184B; 720-399-8466)

Hopdoddy
If you mom is a kid at heart, take her to Hopdoddy for a “breakfast not quite in bed” liquid special. Enjoy Demi’s Cinnamon Roll, a milkshake made with homemade dough and cinnamon butter blended into a shake with cream cheese icing and garnished with a mini-cinnamon roll. Add a shot of whiskey or a dollop of Chambord for an extra kick. (1747 Wynkoop St.; 303-446-2337)

Kachina Southwestern Grill
Up north, Kachina is offering a family-style brunch featuring their Pioneer Skillet, Blue Corn Waffles and Chicken Fried Chicken. Brunch is $32 per person for guests 9 and up, but kids 8 and under are free. Top the meal off with a bottomless Mimosa for $10 extra or a build-your-own-Bullseye Bloody Mary Bar for $14. The Kachina Cisco Kids Room will also be open that day, where kids are welcome to play, make Mother’s Day cards and color, giving mom a break while she enjoys her brunch. Reservations recommended. (10600 Westminster Blvd.; 303-410-5813)

Lola
Bring mom in to Lola in the Higlands for brunch on Mother’s Day and she’ll receive a free Mimosa, or bring her in for dinner and shell receive a complimentary plate of family style paella. (1575 Boulder St.; 720-570-8686)

Punch Bowl Social
At PBS, mom’s brunch is free — that is, if she bowls a strike on her first try. Even if mom’s bowling skills aren’t all that, she will still receive a complimentary Mimosa upon arrival. Brunch is from 9 AM to 3 PM and will feature all sorts of breakfast treats, including an omelette bar, monkey bread French toast and cheese boards. PBS' partner Flower Bombers will be presenting moms with a mini-bouquet during brunch. (65 Broadway; 303-765-2695)

Salati Italian Street Food
Take mom shopping or to a movie at Northfield and then over to Salati for a meal. From 11 AM to 4 PM, mom can enjoy bottomless Mimosas for just $8 or the Bloody Mary Bar for only $4. From 4 PM to close, take mom for a three-course Mother’s Day Dinner with soup, salad, entrée and dessert for $19.99. (8270 Northfield Blvd., #1485; 303-307-1695)

The Crimson Room
Does mom prefer life’s finer things, like soft jazz and a good cocktail? Take her to The Crimson Room either before or after dinner in Larimer Square. Thursday through Saturday, May 5-7, moms can enjoy the $10 Mother of Pearl cocktail made with cucumber vodka, lime, sugar, and liquid nitrogen while listening to soothing jazz music. (1403 Larimer St.; 720-639-6987)

Tavern
The Tavern locations in Lowry, Littleton, Platte Park and the Tech Center will offer a special all-you-can-eat Mother’s Day brunch on May 9 from 10 AM to 2 PM. Brunch is $34 for adults and $14 for children 12 and under. Bottomless Bloody Marys and Mimosas will be available for an additional charge, and all moms receive a complimentary rose. (Lowry, Littleton, Platte Park and Denver Tech Center)

ViewHouse Centennial
Take mom to a classy brunch in the Denver Tech Center and enjoy the beautiful views at the ViewHouse. Their Mother's Day Brunch Buffet is $36.95 for adults and $9.94 for children ages 6-12, and children five and under are free. Brunch is all-you-can-eat and features a seafood tower, meat carving stations, build-your-own omelettes, and waffles. Add a Classic or Blood Orange Mimosa for $4 or a Build-Your-Own Bloody Mary for $8. Reservations are recommended. (7101 S. Clinton St.; 303-523-1821)

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