Moms are the best. They birth you, love you and spend a lifetime worried about your every move (shout-out to my own helicopter mom!). This Mother’s Day, show your appreciation by taking mom out to brunch. Because you know what moms like more than hanging out with their kids? Spending time with them in the company of mimosas. And if you’re strapped for cash this Mother’s Day, don’t worry—Miami restaurants have you covered with complimentary drinks, desserts and other freebies just for her.
Moms get a free mimosa or Bellini during the restaurant’s á la carte brunch service, featuring biscuits, fried chicken and fluffy pancakes.
Before digging into Instagrammable toasts and bowls of hearty oats and Greek yogurt, bring mom for an hour-long yoga session led by nearby Ahana studio. The 1pm class concludes with a free glass of prosecco for all participants. RSVP is required; $20.
If your mom’s always picking at your plate, take her to Bulla’s tapas-style brunch and let her have at it. All moms receive a complimentary glass of cava, too.
The from at this second-floor, beachfront restaurant does not suck, and neither do its Mother’s Day specials: guests receive a welcome cocktail while all moms get bottomless mimosas with brunch.
If you’ve done the breakfast-in-bed thing for mom before, take her out for a classic American spread at the Dutch, where everyone—not just her—gets a free Bellini or mimosa.
Still haven’t gotten mom a gift? Take her shopping at Bal Harbour Shops and then spring for a French-Mediterranean brunch at Le Zoo. Dessert is on them as all moms get free macarons with their meal.
Chef Michael Lewis loves his mom so much he’s serving her famous coconut cake and gifting a slice to yours when you bring her to brunch. Such a sweet boy.
It’s been years since you appeased mom’s request for a family photo. Make it up to her with brunch at Upland, where families receive a framed group photo for free this Mother’s Day.
Take mom for a stroll down Lincoln Road and stop in for a two-course lunch at Meat Market. The $26 special includes choices like short rib empanadas and a seared salmon cake and includes a complimentary glass of rosé for moms.
It’s not every day the Little Havana bar opens its doors early for brunch. Take advantage of its special Mother’s Day buffet, featuring an omelet station, dessert bar and assorted Cuban pastries for $42 per person. Reservations are required as seatings are limited to 11am and 1pm.
For brunch that doubles as a gift, head to the InterContinental Pan-Latin spot, Toro Toro. Brunch is an unlimited feast of tapas and cocktails, plus moms get a $25 gift card to use at the hotel’s spa.
Seafood-loving mommas will flip over Pinch’s special Mother’s Day menu, featuring $2 oysters, a $14 Venezuelan shrimp cocktail and a loaded seafood platter for just $45. All moms and grandmas receive a free glass of prosecco to complement the spread.
If your mom has a sweet tooth, book a table at this Sunset Harbour restaurant: All parties celebrating Mother’s Day get a complimentary torta mimosa, a lemony Italian sponge cake, to share.
As if the view wasn’t enough to make mom swoon, Beach Bar gifts her chocolate-covered strawberries alongside brunch.
We’re fans of this meatcentric, Uruguayan-style brunch and more so on Mother’s Day when the restaurant offers moms unlimited rosé all afternoon.
A healthy Greek-style brunch is just $35 at this Midtown restaurant and includes hot and cold mezzes, suvlaki and other specialties. Moms get to pair their meals with champagne at no extra charge.
When you spend $60 on an elaborate three-course meal, featuring options such as roasted beets and crab cake Benedicts, mom gets unlimited mimosas, Bellinis or sparkling wine. If you weren’t her favorite kid, you will be after brunch on Sunday.
Mom will love the Downtown views, live bossa nova tunes and all-you-can-eat brunch spread with all sorts of seafood, breakfast-y items and loads of sweets. All moms and grandmas receive goodies from Exhale Spa and samples of La Colombe.
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