How To Treat Mom Right on Mother’s Day

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This year, Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, May 14, and as usual, a lot of Tucson eateries are doing something special to honor the woman that gave you life. To make your moments with mom even more enjoyable, it is well advised to call ahead and be sure they can fit you in.

Neo Malaysian Kitchen + Sushi is hosting a brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. serving up delicacies such as Kendo sweet and sour fish and black bean mussels for only $19.99 per person with $5 bottomless sangria. 520-747-7811.

North Italia will be offering mom a red wine glazed short rib ($25), diver scallops ($19) and grilled branzino ($27) from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. 520-299-1600.

Wildflower opens at 10 a.m. and will be serving their regular lunch menu with added varieties such as a wild mushroom quiche ($11), slow roasted sea bass ($32) and a blue crab omelet ($17) for mom this Sunday. 520-219-4230.

Pastiche presents a Mother’s Day brunch until 4 p.m., which includes baked ancho chile chicken chilaquiles ($14), brioche French toast ($12), brie and walnut stuffed pork chop ($22), a smoked salmon quiche ($13) and something called The Bloody Mary from Hell!, featuring chipotle infused vodka for $8.25. 520-325-3333.

Agustin Kitchen does mom proud by serving succulent Korean BBQ duck confit bibimbap, a veggie-infused lobster pasta primavera and an eight-hour braised brisket benedict from 10-3 this Sunday. 520-398-5382.

Blue Willow offers a tempting variety of quiches, berry scones, fresh squeezed juice and good house made coffee all for $15.95 per person…and on a fantastic patio to boot!

The Parish has a down-home Southern brunch deal for mom which includes a tangy BBQ shrimp bowl, smoked ham benedict and croque madame sandwich starting at 9 a.m., ranging from $12-$28. 520-797-1233.

The Oink Café
will give mom a free mimosa with her meal of choice that involves a flurry of delicious scrambles and a salmon benedict all going for $12.99 per entrée. 520-296-6465.

Sullivan’s Steakhouse has a three-course prix fixe brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. featuring lobster basil stuffed shrimp and a crabcake benedict going for $39. Be sure to save room for their refreshing blood orange screwdriver. 520-299-4275.

Elliott’s on Congress does cocktails correct and your mother will enjoy a $3.50 Bloody Mary or a $2.50 sangria to go with the duck omelet, huevos rancheros and savory French toast they will be cooking up for her and the rest of the family all day Sunday. 520-622-5500.

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