10 Places to Take Your Mom for Brunch in Fort Worth

Pictured: Eggs Benedict at Clay Pigeon. Photo by Brian Hutson. 

by Andrew Van Heusden

With Mother’s Day on Sunday, it’s already too late to start thinking about where to take Mom to brunch. But, that’s OK. We’re doing it anyway. Here, 10 ideas for Mother’s Day brunch this Sunday.

Clay Pigeon
2731 White Settlement Road
Call: 817.882.8065
A four-course meal will be offered at Clay Pigeon, starting off with a brunch board (meats, cheese and preserves) for the table, followed by your choice of soup, salad or salmon. You have many options for the main course, but the eggs benedict sounds like a winner —  buttermilk biscuit with poached eggs, country ham, arugula salad and a blistered tomato vinaigrette.

Bird Cafe
Where: 155 E. Fourth St.
Call: 817.332.2473
Chef Kyle Baker helps Bird Cafe celebrate Mother's Day this year with four additions to its regular a la carte menu. The almond pancakes, one of the exclusive options, consists of three almond cakes topped with waffle toffee, cinnamon butter and mixed berries.

Eddie V’s
Where: 3100 W. Seventh St.
Call: 817.336.8000
Artisan takes on traditional brunch favorites are part of a three-course meal at Eddie V’s this Mother’s Day. Think Alaska King Crab Omelet with Three-Citrus Hollandaise and Pan-Seared Steak and Eggs, just to name a few. Enjoy a live piano performance between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.

The Capital Grille
Where: 800 Main St.
Call: 817.348.9200
Ask for a bottomless order of mimosas or peach bellinis, then continue by choosing one of five entree options, such as the pan-seared salmon (with citrus crab salad and a red chile vinaigrette). For the littles in your party, a special brunch menu is offered with kid-friendly favorites, like French toast and chicken fingers.

Taste Project
Where: 1200 S. Main St.
Call: 817.759.9045
This pay-what-you-can restaurant is offering a special Mother’s Day brunch menu for its guests. The menu offers classics like eggs benedict and French toast, but for something a little different, try the aprepas —  two corn cakes with beef cheek, fried eggs, queso fresco and avocado salad.

City Works
Where: 5288 Monahans Ave.
Call: 682.207.1500
Two new dishes have been added to the menu just for Mother’s Day. The first dish: The egg white frittata, made with baked egg whites and topped off with plenty of green (avocado, asparagus, fennel and herb salad). Another option, smoked salmon flatbread, brings together many ingredients such as dill creme fraiche, fried capers and arugula.

Twigs Bistro & Martini Bar
Where: 5289 Marathon Ave.
Call: 817.764.0025
This five-month-old restaurant at The Shops at Clearfork is celebrating Mother’s Day brunch buffet-style. Choose from a Crème Brûlée French Toast, scrambled eggs, prawn cocktail or an omelette made with items of your choice. It’s $28.99 for adults and $7 more if you want champagne.

Omni Fort Worth Hotel
Where: 1300 Houston St.
Call: 817.350.4106
The Omni is going big with a large menu that includes items like a honey glazed ham with cointreau glaze and preserved lemon, as well as a summer courgette ravioli with asiago fondue.

Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel
Where: 200 Main St.
Call: 817.210.2222
Between 10 a.m.-3 p.m., executive chef Derek Breitbach is creating a locally sourced menu for guests who want to celebrate Mother’s Day buffet-style.

Kent & Co. - The Space
1309 Adams St.
Call: 817.632.6078
Kent & Co. - The Space will be hosting a “Jazz & Laughs” event, which includes brunch prepared by chef Kajun Krystal and entertainment from Angelica Walker, Derrick Jack and KC Mack. Live music will also be performed by saxophonist Demond Lee.