All year long, mom’s drop their children off to school and soccer games, with a few moments of appreciation. So this Mother’s Day, let’s celebrate mom and show her how much we appreciate everything that she does. Here are our top 5 picks for things to do with mom on Mother’s day.
Celebrate mom in Park City with brunch! Here are some of the top places to brunch, according to the Park City Restaurant Association, with special menus made just for mom.
Bring your mom to Cisero’s and enjoy any of their delicious offerings from prime rib o orange cranberry muffins. Cisero’s has something for everyone in the family can enjoy. View Menu
Spend the day at 501 on Main, serving Mother’s Day brunch and dinner. Start with savory starters and finish with a special Mother’s Day dish.
Windy Ridge is one of Park City’s best kept secrets. So why not show mom how much she means to you at Windy Ridge’s Mother’s Day Bruch. They are serving up a special Mother’s Day menu with fresh seafood, prime rib, roasted turkey, omelet station, fresh baked pastries, traditional breakfast items and much more. View Flyer
If you haven’t been to Stein Eriksen Lodge, now is the time to go. Treat mom to the Stein Eriksen’s award-winning restaurant and enjoy live music and an array of Mother’s Day menu items including: chilled watermelon gazpacho, Oscar eggs Benedict with Dungeness crab, omelets and waffles made to order, peppercorn-dusted salmon, stuffed portabella mushrooms, and much more.
Deer Valley’s newest and widely-acclaimed American restaurant is serving a special item for Mother’s Day. Try lightly-smoked Mary’s Organic duck breast, served alongside roasted cauliflower gnocchi and a cherry reduction.
If your mom is a seafood lover like me, this may be the best place to take her for Mother’s Day. Just the word lobster has my mouth salivating.
After all of these rich foods, you can treat mom to a little shopping and buy her those earrings that she always wanted – Just because you can.
Happy Mother’s Day!
What will you do with/ for your mom this Mother’s Day?