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Mother's Day in Broward County: Ten Places to Celebrate

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No matter what your relationship is like with your mother, chances are you owe her a lot.

(Let's be honest: Birthing a child cannot be fun.)

You should at least buy the woman brunch or dinner on this, her most special day.

Mother's Day is coming up this Sunday, which means it's time to get it together and start planning away.

Whether you want to sip mimosas by the beach, nosh on an endless buffet, or treat the lady to a nice dinner, there are plenty of options throughout Broward County.

Here are ten places with specials for Mother's Day.

See Also: Highlights From The 19th Annual Las Olas Wine and Food Festival (Photos)

Brimstone Woodfire Grill, Pembroke Pines

To go along with its creative brunch menu, this Pembroke Pines eatery is offering unlimited mimosas and live music for Mom (and everyone else who comes). Expect to see dishes like thick-cut French toast and steak Benedict.

Council Oak Steaks & Seafood, Hollywood

From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., this Hard Rock restaurant is offering an endless brunch to celebrate Mom. For $65 per adult, $35 per kid, it features a made-to-order omelet station, a raw bar, sushi and sashimi, a carving station, a pasta station, and a made-in-house dessert station.

B Ocean, Fort Lauderdale

This Fort Lauderdale Beach hotel is offering brunch with a view this Mother's Day. Set up in the Infinity Ballroom, the endless brunch features salad stations, carved meats, made-to-order omelets, seafood, desserts, and infinite coconut and peach Bellinis. The cost to attend is $69 per adult, $31 for kids (3 to 12 years old), and children 2 and under are admitted free.

Coco Asian Bistro, Fort Lauderdale

In addition to a selection of à la carte specials (think squash blossom tempura and massamum curry beef), the Fort Lauderdale restaurant is featuring live music and will be giving away bottles of the signature Coco hot sauce and long-stemmed white roses, in accordance with Thai mother's day tradition.

YOLO, Fort Lauderdale

This Las Olas hot spot is offering complimentary mimosas for Mom to go along with its à la carte brunch.

Beauty & the Feast Bar | Kitchen, Fort Lauderdale

For a beachfront first meal, head to this Fort Lauderdale eatery. It's offering a set-price brunch for $49.95 per adult, $24.95 per kid. For an additional $15, bottomless bellinis, mimosas, and bloody marys can be included.

Grille 401, Fort Lauderdale

This Las Olas spot is offering special Mother's Day menu items to go along with its regular offerings for lunch and dinner from 2 to 9 p.m. Options include a Surf 'n' Turf with a six-ounce petite filet, six-ounce lobster tail, and grilled asparagus for $46 per dish.

S3, Fort Lauderdale

If you're looking for good, creative food and a view, this beachfront restaurant is offering complimentary mimosas for Mom on her big day. Entrées range from sushi to chicken and sweet potato waffles to homemade doughnuts.

Marriott Pompano Beach Resort & Spa, Pompano Beach

The hotel's beachfront restaurant, McCoy's Oceanfront, is hosting a special brunch for Mom with complimentary SiSpa gift bags. For $58 per person ($25 for children 12 and under), guests can sample a wide range of fare from the all-you-can-eat buffet while sipping unlimited mimosas.

NYY Steak, Coconut Creek

From 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., this Yankee-themed steak house is serving an endless brunch for Mom, Grandma, or any other special lady of the day. For $75 per person, patrons get to work through dual carving stations, seafood, breakfast items, and a couple of complimentary brunch cocktails.

Follow Sara Ventiera on Twitter, @saraventiera.



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