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5 Mother’s Day Brunch Spots

May 8, 2017

Here are 5 Mother’s Day brunch spots that are sure to please the moms in your life. Don’t forget to make your reservations early – they fill up fast!

UPDATED ON APRIL 28, 2022

1. La Dolce Vita

Tucked away in the Palmer Park District, La Dolce Vita, and owner Enrico Rosselli, have an ongoing commitment to innovative Italian cuisine. La Dolce Vita Restaurant was established in 1995 and has been awarded “The Best Patio in Detroit” by Metro Times and other local magazines.  La Dolce Vita offers an eclectic menu of regional Italian cuisine with continental influences.

Sunday Brunch – 11 am – 3 pm ~ Dinner 5 pm – 9:30 pm

Phone: (313)-865-0331
Address: 17546 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI 48203
www.ldvrestaurant.net

4 Blocks North of McNichols at the corner of Woodward and Cedarhurst
Valet parking and street parking available

2. The Rugby Grille

The Rugby Grille, located inside Birmingham’s Townsend Hotel offers a memorable-dining experience. It features beautiful art, intimate tables and a private bar, world-class service and the culinary expertise of Executive Chef Eric Avila and his talented team. The menu changes seasonally and features the very best in USDA prime beef, seafood, poultry and salads. The Rugby Grille features monthly events including wine dinners.

Mother’s Day brunch is $65 per person and it promises to be worth every. single. penny.

The Rugby Grille
100 Townsend Street
Birmingham, MI 48009
For reservations, please call: 248.642.5999 or OpenTable

3. Rochester Brunch House

We are an eclectically quaint restaurant located in the heart of Rochester Michigan. From our kitchen to your belly, we pride ourselves on using the freshest ingredients possible. Specializing in both breakfast and lunch we have given “ BRUNCH“ a new meaning. Who says that good food has to be over the top priced out of your budget range that breaks the bank. We just want to break you in for breakfast, lunch or whatever your heart desires. Come see for yourself what brunch means.

Sun: 8am – 3pm

301 Walnut Blvd
Rochester, MI 48307

Phone: (248) 656-1600
Email: rochesterbrunchhouse@gmail.com

4. Camp Ticonderoga:

Set on the sprawling Sylvan Glen Golf Course, Camp Ticonderoga has been serving food since 1996, but the gorgeous two-story building was built in the 1820’s as the home of Henry and Elizabeth Blount.

Camp Ticonderoga will be serving a special Mother’s Day menu from 11 am until 9 pm on Sunday, May 8, 2022. Reservations are required and can be made by calling Camp Ti at the number listed below.

5725 Rochester Road
Troy, MI 48085

(248) 828-2825
www.ladulce.com/menu-la-dulce/

5. Cafe Muse:

David Smith and Greg Reyner opened Café Muse in Royal Oak, Michigan, in March of 2006.  Reyner is the creator of the unique menu, which he likes to refer to as “comfort food with a twist.”  A classically trained chef from the Culinary and Hospitality Institute of Chicago, his inspiration comes from the great restaurants they have visited around the world.

At the heart of the restaurant, is their belief in natural cuisine.  They’ve created a simple, European-style menu that features as many fresh, locally produced and organic ingredients as possible.

418 S. Washington Ave.
Royal Oak, Michigan
248-544-4749
www.cafemuseroyaloak.com

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