Mother's Day in Palm Beach County: Ten Specials for Mom

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Your mom has had to deal with years of your issues -- don't even try to say you were an easy teen (there's no such thing).

After changing diapers, handling meltdowns, paying your bills, and everything else that goes along with parenting, the woman could use a bit of appreciation.

Buy the lady something to eat. And a mimosa. It's the least you can do.

From brunches and breakfasts to lunches and dinners, there are plenty of special options to choose from in Palm Beach County for Mother's Day.

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

Piñon Grill, Boca Raton

This Boca spot is offering $15 endless mimosas to compliment its wide selection of breakfast/lunch hybrids. The special menu includes dishes like "Create Your Own" Skillet Scrambler, crab or steak benedict, brioche thick-cut French toast, and silver dollar pancakes and eggs.

D'Angelo Pizza - Wine Bar - Tapas, Delray Beach

For those looking to celebrate mom Italian-style, this Delray Beach joint is offering authentic Tuscan specialties, like veal scallopine porcini (madeira wine sauce and sautéed spinach), chicken scarpariello (sausage with vinegar peppers and roasted potatoes), and lobster marichiara (lobster tail, shrimp, clams, and mussels over capellini and San Marzano sauce).

Vic & Angelo's, Delray Beach and Palm Beach Gardens

Both locations are offering Italian-style endless buffets for the holiday. Dishes range from filet mignon and prime rib to chicken marsala and raspberry-glazed salmon to pizzas, pastas, and pastries. All adult guests are entitled to a complimentary glass of sparkling wine and all moms get a long stemmed rose. The cost to attend is $39.95 per adult, $19.95 per kid.

The Office, Delray Beach

To go along with its a la carte brunch, lunch, and dinner menus, this gastro pub is offering a long-stemmed rose and glass of sparkling wine for every mom who comes to eat on Mother's Day.

Bistro Ten Zero One, West Palm Beach

For those looking to get in on a bit of gourmet all-you-can-eat action, this West Palm place is offering a brunch from noon to 5 p.m. For $45 per adult, $22 per kid, snack and savor a variety of items ranging from whole bone-in Palmetto Creek ham to waffles and omelets to oysters and King crab.

Pistache French Bistro, West Palm Beach

For a French take on mom's holiday, this Clematis Street bistro is offering a prix fixe menu for the day. For $49 per person, the special includes three courses and signature mimosa, bellini, bloody mary, or specialty coffee.

The Backyard Bar, West Palm Beach

Brunch doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg. This West Palm Beach spot is serving a creative array of breakfast and lunch dishes for $29.95 per adult, $15.95 per kid from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Items range from scrambled eggs with spinach and feta and smoked salmon and cream cheese quiche to baked shrimp and braised chicken.

Cafe Boulud, Palm Beach

Buffets tend to get a bad rap. But that shouldn't be the case with anything served at this place. It's offering a special all-you-can-eat special for mom. For $68 per person ($35 per kid) it's serving dishes like leg of lamb, prime rib, house-made pastas, tropical panna cotta, strawberry fraisier, and freshly baked pastries. It's also offering a Think Pink! special with some rose Champagnes for $15 per glass, or a sampler of three for $25.

III Forks, Palm Beach Gardens

This Palm Beach Gardens steakhouse is offering a three-course meal for the day in addition to its a la carte options. The cost of the prix fixe is $46.95. (Kids can get a similar meal for $16.95.)

3800 Ocean, Singer Island

This Singer Island eatery is offering a number of specials for mom. In addition to a la carte dinner selections, its serving breakfast and brunch buffets priced at $22 per adult ($12 per child under 12) and $48 per adult ($16 per child under 12), respectively.

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