Mother’s Day meals out with the family are a must for many moms across Los Angeles. Here is a hefty list of restaurants that are offering up Mother’s Day specials in the form of tasty bites. For many Los Angeles restaurants, reservation slots book up fast. So, grab your mamas and solidify your Sunday, May 14th munches! Here’s who will be serving up a memorable Mother’s Day menu:
11720 Ventura Blvd, Studio City, CA 91604
This romantically crafted restaurant, frequented by celebs, is throwing down a Mother’s Day menu riddled with brunch classics. The menu includes classics like steak and eggs and avocado toast, paired with a few not-so-traditional options. Standouts include chilled cantaloupe melon soup and a pan-seared branzino filet with bell pepper ginger relish. Moms craving either familiarity or adventure will be able to pick out tasty treats that suit their cravings. Peep the brunch menu below. Not up for facing the Los Angeles heat? No worries for Firefly frequenters. The Studio City hot spot is also serving up a Mother’s Day dinner. Check out the 2023 Mother’s Day menu here.
117 Manhattan Beach Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Speaking of steak and eggs, the westside has whipped up some similar options in honor of Mother’s Day. The Strand House in Manhattan Beach features another high end menu to consider. Enjoy a multi-course meal with your mom with a rare view that’s hard to beat. This shoreline restaurant is a spectacular sight to see. The best seats in the house face the ever-so-famous Manhattan Beach pier. To get a sneak peak of what you’re in for, check out their Instagram @strandhousemb.
Their oceanfront dining Mother’s Day experience will be $95 for adults, and $45 for children. If you’ve got a big family with little ones, then the children’s option is a no-brainer. We’re not event planners, but a nice stroll on the beach seems like the natural choice after indulging in a delicious beachfront brunch. A deep dive into their Instagram reveals a post that even mentions a “take-home gift!” Consider our interest piqued!
11647 San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049
If you’re wanting to really “WOW” your mom on Mother’s Day this year and have the wallet to back it, Baltaire is the way to go. They are offering up a Mother’s Day multi-course brunch for $150 a person; $50 for children. Executive Chef Samuel Jung is pulling out all the stops with a raw seafood bar, plethora of breakfast choices, carving board, and selection of fresh green salads along with a pastry and dessert selection to top things off.
If you’ve ever been to Baltaire, you know that reservations fill up… fast. So be sure to reserve your seats ASAP via OpenTable.
4222 Vineland Ave, North Hollywood, CA 91602
The Garland Hotel in North Hollywood is a sight to see, riddled with a cozy, high-end, retro aesthetic. The restaurant attached, The Front Yard, is no exception. The restaurant is standalone from the hotel with it’s own entrance. The perks of being a part of The Garland include ample parking and valet. With many benches, love seats, and bright decorative pillows, the comfort of dining at The Front Yard is next level. Seat your mom snugly at this welcoming NoHo eatery on the direct outskirts of Studio City.
Their Mother’s Day menu is top-of-the-line, yet reasonably priced. You can expect a multi-course meal for the price of $75 for adults, and just $25 per child. This place has got major flare, and so does their menu. Mother’s Day meal options include lobster quiche, smoked prime rib served with horseradish au jus, Chilean seabass, and avocado gazpacho.
128 Old Topanga Canyon Rd, Topanga, CA 90290
Vegetarians and vegans, the Inn of the Seventh Ray is speaking directly to you. They are offering up a traditional menu for $86 and a drool-worthy vegetarian menu for $80. The vegetarian menu is inclusive of plentiful vegan options. Amongst the vegan options is a faux duck stir fry and a dessert bar packed with over a dozen sweet treats to choose from.
In addition to 1.2k+ rave reviews, with a 4.6 out of 5 on Google, they also won a 2022 Wine Spectator Award of Excellence. For all those with a wine-loving mom, the Inn of the Seventh Ray is sure to please. Their impressive wine selection isn’t the only crowd pleaser!
1250 E Harvard Rd, Burbank, CA 91501
Known for arguably the best restaurant view in the valley, Castaway is serving up yet another annual Mother’s Day Brunch for the books. The vast mountainous views have made this Burbank restaurant a hotspot for decades. Factoring in their 1962 opening and over 4.3k Google reviews, you can count on a seasoned menu backed with years of experience. The Mother’s Day Brunch has been a long-standing tradition for Castaway. With this in mind, you can expect reservations to fill up fast.
This year, their Mother’s Day Menu features four courses. Highlights include lobster benedict, Nutella French toast, and miso-marinated Chilean sea bass. The bill will run you $92 per person, an additional $30 for bottomless mimosas, and $35 per child. If the bottomless mimosas pique your interest, you’ll be happy to know they are offering mouthwatering options such as fresh cucumber mint and pineapple jalapeño.
1224 Beverwil Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90035
Located in Mr. C Beverly Hills, a luxury hotel, sits an approachable Italian Restaurant. Brothers Ignazio and Maggio Cipriani present a pre-fixed three-course Italian meal. Unlike the other Mother’s Day menus, this one does not present options. We love to see it. The Cipriani’s confidence exudes in their decadent, simplified Mother’s Day menu.
The first course, “primo”, is citrus salad. This is followed by grilled halibut. Then a refreshing raspberry sorbet to finish things off. The cost per person is $85.
1615 Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
The name doesn’t steer your wrong. “Beauty” is in the name, and it perfectly captures this restaurant’s ambiance. The vintage décor is stunning and so are their Mother’s Day menu options. This Mother’s Day brunch however, offers up an experience like no other. This Mother’s Day, May 14th, Beauty & Essex is bringing live music into the fold. Enjoy an extra-special atmosphere filled with jazz. Fantastic eats and live entertainment; what more could you ask for?
Their Mother’s Day menu features a raw bar, many shared plates to choose from, as well as large plates if you and your mothers want every bite all to yourselves. In contrast to other Los Angeles dining options on Mother’s Day, there is no fixed amount per person. You will only be charged per item. Beauty & Essex does not have a downloadable menu available on their website for this special Mother’s Day menu. But you can get a taste of your options, below. Click here to browse the full menu.
220 Rose Ave, Venice, CA 90291
If you’ve got a hip and happening mom that loves colorful patio seating, then The Rose Venice is a viable Mother’s Day dining choice. The self-proclaimed “lofty, boho-chic eatery” consists of two patios, a bar, and a bakery. Since it’s opening in 1979, The Rose Venice has been serving up delicious modern cuisine in the heart of Venice Beach to locals and travelers alike. Due to their location and atmosphere, you have the luxury of dressing casual for this Mother’s Day affair.
This Los Angeles Mother’s Day menu is priced at $70 per person with at least a couple options per course. This price point also includes a complimentary cocktail or mocktail. Note that The Rose Venice has not one, but TWO brunch menus. One menu is for parties with up to four people. The other menu is for groups with 5-10 persons. You’ll notice a couple vegan / vegetarian options.
631 North Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069
This eclectic, yet cozy WeHo restaurant is a brilliant place to gather a family for Mother’s Day. With comfortable bright, booths and long wooden tables paired with cushioned, plush chairs, Soulmate offers a homely, upscale feel the whole family can appreciate. Prepare yourself for a lively meal because there will be a DJ present to bring your brunch party to life.
The Mother’s Day Brunch Menu is priced at $70 per person. Three courses will be served: your choice of a shared appetizer and a main course all to yourself, and Spanish pastries and sweets will be served for dessert.
That concludes our brunch recommendations throughout Los Angeles for those restaurants serving up a special Mother’s Day Menu. We hope you all have a wonderful Mother’s Day come May 14th. Although mothers deserve more than just a day, we honor the chance to show them how much we appreciate all that they do and have done for us.