Mother’s Day Fêtes in Palm Beach

What’s your Mother’s Day plans this year? Need help narrowing down the table? Here, we offer a few Palm Beach Mother’s Day fêtes.

Mother's Day Feasts in Palm Beach

Brunch Buddies

Put some improvisation into the celebration at Pavilion Grille’s Mother’s Day Jazz Brunch on Sunday, May 10 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Served in Pavilion’s stately glass atrium while the Deborah Paiva Jazz Duo serenades diners, the brunch will be orchestrated by Chef Mark Ostermeyer, and include a decadent spread of all those fan-favorite stations: omelet, carving, salad, with a few international-themed spots dedicated to Asian and Italian cuisine peppered in. As impressive as the main course is, dessert just might top it, with a make-your-own sundae bar, dessert shooters, and a dazzling array of confectionaries to satisfy the sweet tooth—this is the definitive favorite for the kids in the audience.

  • Pavilion’s Jazz Brunch costs $50 for adults, $20 for children. Add $9 to the tab for bottomless mimosas. Reservations are strongly recommended; call 561-912-0000 to reserve a seat. For more information, visit


Eggs Benedict from Avocado GrillDowntown Eats

Join Avocado Grill for a Mother’s Day treat: a bite inspired from Chef Julien Gremaud’s mother’s kitchen.

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Treat mom to breakfast in bed with Avocado Grill’s eggs benedict.

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Enjoy the Mother’s Day brunch in true Palm Beach island style at Café Boulud. The buffet brunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., with Chef Rick Mace preparing a few specialties for diners; the house-made Palmetto Creek Farms ham and herb-crusted prime rib of beef are sure to be savory favorites. Not to be outdone, Pastry Chef Eric Snow (winter is coming) will create a veritable sugar smorgasbord, with desserts including carrot crème cheese mousse, raspberry chocolate sacher, and Key lime pie, to name but a few. As an added bonus, mom will be sent home with one last tasty morsel: a chocolate flower.

  • A seat at the table costs $85 per person, $45 for children under 10. If dinner is more your style, Café Boulud will be serving an à la carte menu from 5:30-10 p.m. For reservations, call 561-655-6060; for more information, visit


3800 Ocean, Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort and Spa’s signature eatery will be pulling all the stops for its Mother’s Day brunch, served on May 10 from 12-3 p.m. The menu is vast, with options including an extensive raw bar; a plethora of appetizers, both cold and hot; carving and pasta stations; as well as a cadre of breakfast favorites—the raspberry and cream-stuffed French toast sounds divine. The best part: the views are unparalleled.

  • 3800 Ocean’s Mother’s Day Brunch costs $55 per person, $18 for kids. For reservation, call 561-340-1700; for more information, visit

Flagler MuseumGilded Mother’s Day Fun

Treat mom to a gilded Mother’s Day tea-style lunch at the Flagler Museum’s Café des Beaux-Arts.

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Prix Fixe Fans

Mother's Day Cocktail recipe from Pistache French Bistro

Sip on this: Pistache’s refreshing and citrusy Blood Orange French 75 cocktail, the perfect sip for spring.

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Treat your mom to the delights of French cuisine at Pistache for a special three-course prix fixe meal. Chef de Cuisine Isaac Cerny is working kitchen double time for this celebration of mom, bringing a milieu of options for the three-course brunch fête. With the number of dinner combinations reaching nearly 800, guests certainly have their hands full deciding on what to dine on. To give potential diners a little help, we scoured the menu and have come up with three ordering options to whet the palate:

For the Veggie Fanatic

Appetizer | Roasted Golden Beet Salad: goat cheese mousse, grilled peaches, endive, toasted almonds, honey and tarragon vinaigrette.

Entrée | Chanterelle and Black Truffle Omelet: roasted chanterelles, spinach, gruyere, and shaved black truffles.

Dessert | Pudding Breton: brioche bread pudding with rum, raisins, served with crème anglaise.

For the Sea Monster

Appetizer | Moules “Mariniere”: P.E.I. mussels, white wine-garlic-shallot broth.

Entrée | Jumbo Lump Crab Quiche: shallots, chives, truffle frisee and arugula.

Dessert | French-Style Lemon Cheesecake: light and fluffy, topped with berry salad.

For the Francophile Foodie

Appetizer | Foie Gras Torchon: mango chutney, toasted brioche, candied Macadamia nuts ($7 upcharge).

Entrée | Roasted Duck and Waffles: poached eggs, spicy grain mustard maple syrup.

Dessert | Crepes Suzette: caramelized orange butter sauce flambée in liqueur bauchant, vanilla ice cream.

  • Pistache French Bistro’s Mother’s Day brunch runs from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. on May 10, and costs $49 per person, $25 for children (kids have their own special three-course, prix fixe menu). For reservations, call 561-833-5090, or visit


Skip the brunch and treat mom to a prix fixe dinner at one of Palm Beach’s hautest eateries, the Meat Market. For $45, guests will enjoy a fabulous three-course meal, with succulent treats from both land and sea, as well as a half-priced bottle of wine—how can you beat that? For a peek at the menu, we’ve selected two dining combinations that look like a can’t miss:

The Land Lubber

Appetizer | Tri-color quinoa and roasted beet salad packed with apples, golden raisins, atop baby frisée.

Entrée | Charbroiled prime New York steak with a side of grilled broccolini.

Dessert | Decadent lavender white chocolate mousse served with spiced shortbread cookie and cherry sorbet.

The Sea Farer

Appetizer | Roasted heirloom tomato bisque, served with basil shrimp salad.

Entrée | Orange Salmon: a Scottish salmon filet with candied jalapeno and orange

Dessert | Decadent lavender white chocolate mousse served with spiced shortbread cookie and cherry sorbet.

  • Meat Market Palm Beach’s Mother’s Day dinner costs $45 per person. Foe reservations, call 561-354-9800, or visit

The Meat Market - The Blackberry Sage Smash craft cocktailMom’s Day Sips

Get the recipe for the Meat Market Palm Beach’s craft cocktail, Blackberry Sage Smash.

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