by Meryl Pearlstein
Anthos: Just because you can’t take Mom to the Greek islands doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some fabulous Greek cuisine. Anthos means “blossoming” in Greek, and you will love the cherry blossoms featured throughout the restaurant while partaking of a three-course special menu for $60/person and $25/child.
Benoit: Benoit is another great French brasserie by Alain Ducasse, whose sister restaurant sits on the famous rue Saint-Martin in Paris. The regular à la carte menu will be offered along with a $55/person three-course prix fixe menu all day from noon-8pm.
‘Cesca: For a taste of Old World Italy, ‘Cesca on the Upper West Side is offering a three-course prix fixe Mother’s Day brunch menu for $29/person. The meal includes a Bellini or choice of juice.
David Burke Townhouse: After shopping for a gift at Bloomingdales, walk to David Burke’s Townhouse for his inventive American dishes. A $49 three-course brunch and dinner menu will be offered.
Industria Argentina: Kick up the heat a notch at TriBeCa’s newest sizzler, Industria Argentina, as you surround yourself with everything Argentine. Chef Natalia Machado’s three-course “Tango” brunch for Mother’s Day ($30) includes favorites such as pamplona de pollo, huevos asados, and creamy flan casero with a complimentary glass of rosé.
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