Mother’s Day Brunch Chicago 2021

Prime & Provisions Inside

Prime & Provisions | April 12th 10am – May 9th 5pm | Menu | Bouquets | Brunch to Go (Serves 2)

Grand Brunch includes Perpetual Mimosas & Bloody Marys $85 | Standard Brunch $65 | Children $25 | Brunch to Go $75

A full service grand buffet style brunch. Flowers also available. Hand tied bouquets are $50 + consist of bright, spring flowers, from tulips to daffodils & more. Brunch to go kits are also available at a price of $75 and serves 2.

The Walnut Room

The Walnut Room | Menu

Featuring classics along with new items such as Alaskan Salmon Cake Benedict, Raspberry Stuffed French Toast, Braised Short Rib and more.

RPM Italian

Rpm Italian | Sunday, May 9th 12p,-9pm | Menu | Dinner  for Two $95

Enjoy springtime offerings in addition to the signature dinner menu! Opt for house specialties such as Prime Beef Meatballs, Mama DePandi’s Bucatini with pomodoro and Genovese basil or Spicy King Crab with squid ink spaghetti.

Or choose to celebrate at home with a feast for two, all cooked and ready to enjoy! Enjoy Ricotta Toast, Spring Salad with Little Gem and Watermelon Radish, Creekstone Filet Mignon, Strawberry Panna Cotta and more.

Terrace 16

Terrace 16 | Sunday, May 9th | Menu

Celebrate Mother’s Day at Terrace16 Chicago ! We will be offering Brunch and Dinner Specials along with some cocktails in addition to the regular menus.

Maple & Ash

Maple & Ash | Sunday, May 9th 11am-7pm | Menu | Bouquet

$80 Serves 2

Featuring classics along with new items such as Smoked Salmon Platter, Fire Roasted Filet Mignon and more.

BLVD Chicago

BLVD | Sunday, May 8th-9th Starting at 10am | Menu

$55 Per Person

Celebrate mom this Mother’s Day with brunch at BLVD Steakhouse! In addition to our regular dinner service, we’ll be offering a 3-course shared brunch menu. Bloody marys, bottomless mimosas will also be available for an additional charge.

TC

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