These 19 Restaurants Are Offering the Best Mother’s Day Brunch Deals

Treat Mom to a nice meal out and save big at these restaurants.

If you’re like many children, you just realized that Mother’s Day is today, May 14, and not some distant Sunday. Don’t let mom know you dropped the ball on planning something special to celebrate her. Instead, check out these Mother’s Day brunch spots that help you save money while expressing your love and gratitude.

Specials and Discounts for Mother’s Day Brunch

Here are a handful of places where you can celebrate mom for less.

  • Arooga’s Grille House: All locations, including franchise locations, are inviting moms to eat free starting at 11 a.m. with a purchase of equal or greater value.
  • Boston Market: Print this coupon or use code 35919 to get $5 off any Family Meal purchase for four people or more. Good on Mother’s Day only.
  • Capital Grille: Enjoy a selection of starters, entrees and desserts for $49 for adults and $15 for children. Add endless mimosas for $12.
  • Carrows: If mom prefers lunch to brunch, head over to Carrows where you can enjoy special ham or turkey dinners for just $13.69. Try a combo of ham and turkey for $14.69.
  • Champps: All moms who dine at Champps between May 12 and 14 get a free meal of up to a $15 value on a return visit.
  • Claim Jumper: Claim Jumper’s all-you-can-eat buffet starts at $20.99 and runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • Cracker Barrel: Use code TAKE20 to save 20 percent on any order through the weekend.
  • Fleming’s Steakhouse: Mother’s Day brunch includes three courses for $47.95 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. There’s also a three-course kids’ menu for $18.95.
  • Fogo de Chao: Celebrate Mother’s Day from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Fogo de Chao and get a complimentary dining card that’s good from May 15 through July 13.
  • Hooters: Moms eat free with the purchase of a beverage on May 14. Participation and menu items vary by location.
  • Melting Pot: Celebrate Mother’s Day lunch or dinner at the Melting Pot and you’ll get three courses for $30-$35 or four courses for $43-$45 per person. You can also indulge in a “mom”osa drink.
  • Mimi’s Cafe: Mimi’s invites moms to enjoy its Mother’s Day three-course meal, which comes with free seasonal bread and a ready-to-plant wildflower seed card. Even better, moms get a coupon for a free entree when they return before May 28.
  • Morton’s Steakhouse: If you’re in the mood for an extravagant brunch this Mother’s Day, Morton’s features a steak-and-lobster special for $56.
  • Outback Steakhouse: Treat Mom to an $18.99 meal that includes a signature entree, two freshly made sides and a cheesecake dessert. Valid May 12-14.
  • Romano’s Macaroni Grill: Save 25 percent when you purchase an e-gift card through May 14 using code MOM17. Then treat mom to a special prix fixe two-course dinner menu all weekend long for just $19.99 per person.
  • Roy’s: All Roy’s locations will open at 9 a.m. on May 14 and will be serving a special three-course brunch for $36. A children’s menu will also be available for $13. Plus, all tables will receive a $20 dining card good for a future visit.
  • Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse: Select locations are open at noon, and moms will receive a $25 dining card for a future celebration.
  • Shoney’s: Mothers get a free slice of strawberry pie with an entree or food bar purchase, which includes edamame succotash, coconut shrimp and Southern-style vegetables.
  • Wienerschnitzel: When you’re hungry again after Mother’s Day brunch, moms eat free all day at Wienerschnitzel. Offerings include a chili dog, small fries and a small soda.

Make Your Money Work for You

On May 14, you can thank your mom for a lifetime of care, compassion and sacrifice with a special brunch at a special price.

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About the Author

Andrew Lisa

Andrew Lisa has been writing professionally since 2001. An award-winning writer, Andrew was formerly one of the youngest nationally distributed columnists for the largest newspaper syndicate in the country, the Gannett News Service. He worked as the business section editor for amNewYork, the most widely distributed newspaper in Manhattan, and worked as a copy editor for, a financial publication in the heart of Wall Street's investment community in New York City.

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