2024 Best Mother's Day Brunch Restaurants in Houston Area

Mother's Day Restaurants
in Houston

When making your Mother's Day plans to treat to her to a special brunch on Sunday, May 12, 2024, be sure to contact the restaurant to find out its operational status. Some restaurants may have takeout or delivery for Mother's Day.

Browse our list of the Top Mother's Day Brunch Restaurants in Houston, presented in alphabetical order.

> Check out GAYOT's:
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- more ideas for celebrating with Mother's Day Guide.
 
a’Bouzy
14/20
It’s all about the bubbles at a’Bouzy in River Oaks. See More

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Backstreet Cafe
15/20
Brunch picks are standouts along with the multitude of appetizers and entrées. See More
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Bistro Menil
14/20
The Menil Collection restaurant offering a museum-worthy, European-inspired menu. See More

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Brennan's of Houston
14/20
The Houston sibling of Commander's Palace in New Orleans turns out fine renditions of Creole classics. See More

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The Capital Grille
13/20
Clubby beef emporium attracts big spenders and area professionals. See More

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Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House
14/20
The well-heeled flock to Del Frisco’s for big wines and big steaks. See More

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Eddie V’s Prime Seafood
14/20
Eddie V’s Prime Seafood delivers fresh fish, an extensive wine list and more. See More

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Étoile Cuisine et Bar
14/20
It’s all French, and it’s all très bien at Étoile. See More

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Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
14/20
Prime beef and notable wines define this upscale steakhouse. See More

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Steakhouse, Brazilian, South American
Fogo de Chão
13/20
Carnivores can get their fill at this exotic, classy Brazilian steakhouse. See More

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