Mother’s Day is just around the corner, so it’s time to show her you love her. If you’re considering taking mom out for a meal, here’s a list of some of the most popular restaurants on Rhode Island. Book your table now to avoid disappointment.
Wright’s Farm features homemade chicken dinners and a suitable place for the entire family. They’ve operated for more than forty-six years, so they’re doing something right. This year you can enjoy a Mother’s Day meal between noon and 8 pm, but call beforehand because it can get busy.
The Castle Hill Inn offers Mother’s Day meals from 11:30 am to 6:30 pm. This waterfront favorite features everything from shrimp and grits to petite filet, plus a wide assortment of appetizers and desserts. Reservations are a must if your heart’s set on impressing mom with stately surroundings and a great view.
Looking for a Mother’s Day brunch? You can’t go wrong with Gurney’s nestled between Narragansett Bay and Newport Harbor. Brunch is served from 11 am to 3 pm. You’ll find everything from eggs Benedict to Atlantic salmon, plus a children’s buffet and bar.
MainSail restaurant in the Marriott features a Mother’s Day brunch from 10 am to 3 pm. You’ll find all the breakfast fixings you would expect such as waffles, bacon, sausage, and omelets, plus tasty additions such as lobster. Each party gets a free meal for mom when they buy an adult brunch.
Show your mom you appreciate her by booking one of two sittings (11:30 am or 1:30 pm) for a bountiful brunch buffet in a spectacular dining room. Welcome cocktails and a bouquet of flowers are included in the price. Reservations are definitely required.
It’s the oldest restaurant in America, but the food’s fresh and tasty. Even though it’s a tavern, you’ll need to wear something more upscale to dine here. They focus on local artisan cheeses, beef, and fish so it’s worth a little fuss. Try their online booking service to secure a table.
This cozy, comfortable place is the ideal place to take mom for a three-course brunch between 10 am and 4 pm. She’ll have a choice of drink, appetizer, and entrée, plus a cupcake for dessert. These people do brunch every day, so they have it down pat and their menu includes crepes, Eggs Bun-a-Duck, and more.
This restaurant offers 3 sittings at 9, 11, and 1 pm for their Mother’s Day brunch. Mom can savor a frittata, quiche, sunflower salad, homemade biscuits, and a homemade donut or lemon cake, just to name a few of the scrumptious items.
Starting at 4 pm, mom can enjoy one of many dining options including tasting menus, the a la carte menu, or prix fixe (fixed price) meals. They make things really simple if you want to celebrate with wine, as all menus include the option of wine pairing, too.
Nick’s on Broadway doesn’t accept reservations for their brunch and it can get quite busy, but it’s worth it. They feature farm fresh eggs and natural meats prepared to order.
This Mother’s Day brunch is sure to impress. With three succulent mains, three carved meats and countless side dishes, salads, appetizers, and desserts there’s sure to be something for everyone. Reservations are required.
Visit the Waterman Grille for a classic, freshly prepared Mother’s Day brunch between 10 am and 4 pm. Locally-sourced produce, fresh-baked breads, artisan cheeses, sirloin, turkey breast, and pasta make it hard to resist.
Harbor Lights is hosting a Mother’s Day brunch from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm. The menu includes fruit and pastry, antipasto and lox, Belgian waffles, build-your-own-omelets and prime rib and honey roasted ham. Mom can also choose from eggs Benedict, chicken Cordon Bleu, mushroom ravioli and much more.