The Best Dallas Restaurants For Mother’s Day Brunch or Dinner

Mother’s Day is coming up fast this year. If you haven’t yet, mark your calendar — it’s Sunday, May 9. Treat Mom to a special brunch or dinner this year at one of our favorite local restaurants. From classy hotel brunches to to-go picnic baskets, these are the best restaurants to celebrate Mother’s Day in Dallas.

Al Biernat’s

Multiple Locations

4217 Oak Lawn Avenue
Dallas, TX 75219  |  Map

Al Biernat’s Dallas Mother’s Day

This Mother’s Day, treat mom with brunch or dinner at steakhouse favorite Al Biernat’s. (Photo by Gustavfoto)

This Mother’s

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7 Easy Brunch Recipes To Make Any Morning an Event

It’s easy to scoff at every Sunday morning Instagram caption under an eggs Benedict calling brunch a “way of life” as you scroll from under the covers, but the moment you, yourself, are the one donning the oversized button up shirt, leggings, and sunglasses (to shield your eyes from the sun made painful by a late night out), sitting at a table ready to gossip over pancakes and mimosas, the cult that is brunch is one that you are ready to subscribe to—signed, sealed, and delivered. Brunch is a meal, a social activity, and a conversation topic all in
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High Desert Food & Farm Alliance holding spring ‘Brunch Box’ fundraiser

BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — The High Desert Food & Farm Alliance is transforming their Fresh Harvest Kits into delicious take-home meals with specially procured local ingredients from regional farmers, ranchers and food businesses.

You can choose from a ready-to-make meal kit for either two or four people with a special brunch recipe developed with help from Thor Erickson from the Cascade Culinary Institute –  both available now for pre-order.

This mostly virtual fundraiser highlights deliciously grown, raised and crafted foods available from area producers and food businesses!

Each mealkit is specially designed by HDFFA and includes ingredients for a delicious

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A new Southern fried chicken joint, a popular spot relaunches its brunch menu, and more Pittsburgh food news | Food | Pittsburgh

Openings & Re-openings

Tupelo Honey Cafe
Coming to Station Square. tupelohoneycafe.com
Tupelo Honey Cafe, a southern fried chicken chain, is set to arrive in Pittsburgh in Fall 2021 and is coming to Station Square. This new chicken joint shouldn’t be confused with Tupelo Honey Teas, a locally owned tea shop in Millvale. The southern restaurant has already added new menu items to their already extensive list, so you’ll have even more options to look forward to. Tupelo Honey Cafe will have three new Chicken and Waffle dishes: Sriracha Honey with cilantro, Mac-n-Cheese with Asheville

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Order Last Minute Easter Brunch, Dinner, Carrot Cake, and Pie

This Sunday is Easter, the Christian holiday usually filled with packed pews and kids rolling around after colorful eggs and anthropomorphic bunnies. This year many will, once again, celebrate mostly at home with smaller gatherings. That doesn’t have to mean a day tied to the kitchen cooking up a feast. Several restaurants are still offering all kinds of feasts, from Midwestern dinners, best served just a hair past noon, epic brunches, or just sweet baked goods stuffed with a taste of spring.

Comforting Classics: The Buttered Tin

The Buttered Tin, will offer Easter treats like a pan of nine

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Ina Garten’s 4 Best Brunch Recipes for a Crowd

Ina Garten has a dish for every occasion and brunch is no exception. For fans who long to wake up at her East Hampton home and have breakfast and coffee (made by Jeffrey Garten) with the celebrity chef, Garten’s brunch recipes are the closest they’ll ever get.

As a bestselling cookbook author, the Barefoot Contessa has plenty of brunch recipes. Most of which can be scaled up or down depending on the number of guests. Here are a few Barefoot Contessa brunch recipes perfect for feeding a crowd. 

Ina Garten | Michael Bezjian/WireImage

1. Ina Garten’s Sour Cream Coffee Cake

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