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Best Mother's Day Brunches in Palm Beach, Broward

  • Check out the deals around town for those obligatory omelets and mimosas:
  • Free night's stay at the five-star Omphoy Hotel for Mom if you book three people at Michy's (Michelle Bernstein) Mom's Day brunch.
  • Brunch comes with a fashion show at Bogart's in Boca with free makeovers, etc. -- a very girly Mother's Day brunch and good for daughters.
  • Honor both

    Mom and Mommy Earth at the vegetarian brunch at Sublime,

with smoked

tempeh instead of smoked salmon and baked mac and "cheese" -- plus much

more, including custom-made bloody marys at the Build-Your-Own Bloody Mary

station. Hours are 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. (the restaurant's regular dinner hours are

scrapped); it's $35 for adults and $20 for kids under 12.

And more after the jump...

  • More

    steak for Mom at Morton's -- or

    shrimp or salmon, or some of each. Their meal is $59 a head, served from

    3 to 9 p.m.

  • Trattoria Bella Cibo in Margate

    gives you two choices: a regular traditional brunch, noon to 3:30 p.m., or come

    later for the "family style" pass-the-meatballs meal from 4 to 8 p.m.

  • Steak

    954 in Lauderdale gives kids a whole day to get around to feeding Mom. A

    decadent brunch starts at 7 a.m. and goes till 5 p.m. There's a

    scrumptious menu at both ends of the clock, plus chocolate-lavender

    martinis thrown in.

  • Pavilion

    Grille in Boca is putting on the spread in a brunch set in its tropical

    garden. From omelets to prime rib, it's the usual suspects, plus a free mimosa for Mom. Adults $35; kids, $18.

  • If

    you're looking for a more intimate meal, there's the Mother's Day Dinner

    for Two at Art & Design Café in Fort

    Lauderdale -- and it's both Saturday and Sunday.

    Bottle of vino, app, soup, salad, entrée, and dessert is $75 per twosome.

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