Mother's Day is an annual event dedicated to your first love--mom. If you're racking your brain trying to come up with something different to do this year, try thinking outside the box.
Perhaps mom would enjoy kicking back with brewski? After all, she might just be as tired of burned homemade brunch and wilted flowers as you are.
Whether you want to show your mom the local craft beer culture and introduce her to some fun craft brews or you've already got an unconventional suds loving mama, the scene has more to offer than ever before.
Consider The Corner Cafe and Brewery for an uber-local place to get some local grub and some beers. Beers are brewed onsite with their 1.5 barrel system. The brewpub serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. If mom is looking for a late Sunday morning breakfast and a brew, The Corner Brewery and Cafe has breakfast plates ranging from $5-10. Pair that plate with their award-winning Gnarly Barley pale ale. They open up at 7:30 a.m. on Sunday.
Down in Broward, there is Big Bear Brewing Company that serves a killer Sunday brunch. Their brunch menu prices range from $9-14, which includes a traditional breakfast ($11) of three scambled eggs, applewood bacon, potato browns or fontina and mascarpone, stone-ground grits and a toast English muffin. Pair that with one of their delicious microbrews like their award-winning IPA.