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Order an elegant brunch to make at home for Mother’s Day
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Order a Mother’s Day Brunch To Go for This Weekend in Minneapolis and St. Paul

Treat mom to a special meal at home

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Order an elegant brunch to make at home for Mother’s Day
| Lucy Hawthorne/Eater Twin Cities

Mother’s Day is coming up this Sunday and plenty of Twin Cities restaurants have special menus planned for mom. Rather than trying to cram into a space for seat or a buffet, the whole family can lounge around the house in something comfy, while aromas waft from the oven. These metro area restaurants are will to do all the work in creating a special morning meal for mom. Whether she loves a fat, gooey cinnamon roll or a sophisticated strata, there’s a ready-made meal out there for every mom. Here’s where to order now for the best brunch at home this Mother’s Day.

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P.S. Steak

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Get a gorgeous build-your-own quiche at home kit from P.S. Steak. Fill the base with classic ham and gruyere or goat cheese and asparagus. Round out the meal with baby greens salad, fresh fruit with honey orange yogurt, and chocolate hazelnut brownie. Order online for $75.

Patisserie 46

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Order brunch for four from Patisserie 46 including quiche Lorraine, cinnamon buns, croissants, jam, and a box of bonbons.

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Wise Acre Eatery

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All the food served at this Minneapolis cafe comes directly from its own farm. Breakfast for mom includes an egg bake, cheesy breakfast potatoes, French toast with maple yogurt and syrup, mini buttermilk muffins, and Baron De Seilla sparkling wine for bellinis. Order by emailing the restaurant for a Saturday pick up.

Spoon and Stable

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Spoon and Stable always creates an elegant memory, even if the meal is served at home. Gavin Kaysen’s flagship restaurant has all of Mother’s Day covered, beginning with a selection of pastries, monkey bread, and smoked salmon tartine to a pork crown roast for dinner. Order a la carte brunch online for pick up Saturday or Sunday.

The sunny dining room at Spoon and stable is filled with muted beige and white tones. In the foreground are large, circular dark wood tables with chairs and in the background an edge of the white bar is visible. On the wall is a large rough-hewn piece of wood lined with spoons. It’s a bit of an inside joke that Kaysen was known for stealing spoons whenever he dined somewhere that had utensils he admired.
The dining room at Spoon and Stable
Spoon & Stable [Official]

Order an array of brunch dishes with optional gifts for mom. There are floral bunches, scented candles, and carrot mimosas, For the main event, order rhubarb coffee cake, asparagus or ham strata, and an assortment of pastries a la carte online.

ie - Italian Eatery

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This Nokomis eatery has everything covered for a gorgeous Mother’s Day brunch right fresh from your oven. Order for a Saturday pick up for a full meal including a frittata, greens, bread, sweets, and more. There’s an optional bloody Mary mix, pressed juice, signature mocktail, or a bottle of prosecco. Italian Eatery goes above and beyond with an optional add on of a handmade mug filled with a little succulent plant for $25. Order it all online.

The Bungalow Club

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This Longfellow restaurant leans to the savory side of brunch with an elegant meal for four including bullthistle garden greens with charred onion vinaigrette, cauliflower soup with asparagus, hazelnuts, house smoked char or rosemary braised pork shoulder with ramp salsa and a grilled zucchini and gruyere fritatta. A bit of sweet comes from the chocolate and strawberry topped olive oil poundcake. Order online for $120.

Colossal Cafe

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Order a fresh tray of cinnamon rolls ready to throw in the oven, and a whole lot more of classic breakfast dishes from either the Grand Avenue or Como locations. Order online.

The Lexington

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The Lexington has long been a popular spot for mothers and this weekend, the elegant eatery is pulling out all the stops to make mom special at home. The take and bake kit includes wild mushroom and ramp egg bake, thick cut ham, grilled asparagus with Manchego aioli, and more. The $100 kit feeds four, and can be ordered online.

A close up of the plaque on the marble wall outside The Lexington
Fancy egg bake and optional mimosas at home
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Hyacinth

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In addition to a lovely spring brunch, Hyacinth is adding an optional add of of a floral bouquet from Lady Fern Farms. Brunch includes fritatta with green garlic and raclette, sliced roast beef with horseradish yogurt, romaine salad with tarragon vinaigrette, asparagus salad and fried fingerling potatoes. Dessert is a siringate with cinnamon sugar. Brunch is $65 with the option of adding on flowers and mimosas or wine. Order online.

Hope Breakfast Bar

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Hope Breakfast Bar just re-opened for curbside take out. Mostly, this new eatery in the West 7th neighborhood has been busy serving hungry neighbors since the pandemic shut down schools. Grab breakfast in bed for mom curbside all weekend long for $75. The meal includes everything spiced eggs, pork belly, hash browns, German chocolate pancakes, a whole bag of Folly coffee and a growler of Gray Duck Chai. Order online.

The interior of Hope with a long bar, open room, bright white walls and light wood accents with the exposed dark duct work on the ceiling
This restaurant specializes in breakfast, and feeding hungry neighbors
Hope Breakfast Bar [Official]

The Buttered Tin

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Order mom a proper egg bake with a salad and fruit from this Lowertown breakfast spot for $80. Pick up available only on Sunday. Order online.

Saint Dinette

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Order a take and bake treat for mom from this Lowertown restaurant. On the menu are hash brown casserole, baked French toast, quiche Lorraine, and optional mimosas. Order the whole package online for $115.

The bar at Saint Dinette, topped with a corrugated tin awning
The bar at Saint Dinette
Katie Cannon / Eater Twin Cities

P.S. Steak

Get a gorgeous build-your-own quiche at home kit from P.S. Steak. Fill the base with classic ham and gruyere or goat cheese and asparagus. Round out the meal with baby greens salad, fresh fruit with honey orange yogurt, and chocolate hazelnut brownie. Order online for $75.

Patisserie 46

Photo by Joy Summers

Order brunch for four from Patisserie 46 including quiche Lorraine, cinnamon buns, croissants, jam, and a box of bonbons.

Photo by Joy Summers

Wise Acre Eatery

All the food served at this Minneapolis cafe comes directly from its own farm. Breakfast for mom includes an egg bake, cheesy breakfast potatoes, French toast with maple yogurt and syrup, mini buttermilk muffins, and Baron De Seilla sparkling wine for bellinis. Order by emailing the restaurant for a Saturday pick up.

Spoon and Stable

The sunny dining room at Spoon and stable is filled with muted beige and white tones. In the foreground are large, circular dark wood tables with chairs and in the background an edge of the white bar is visible. On the wall is a large rough-hewn piece of wood lined with spoons. It’s a bit of an inside joke that Kaysen was known for stealing spoons whenever he dined somewhere that had utensils he admired.
The dining room at Spoon and Stable
Spoon & Stable [Official]

Spoon and Stable always creates an elegant memory, even if the meal is served at home. Gavin Kaysen’s flagship restaurant has all of Mother’s Day covered, beginning with a selection of pastries, monkey bread, and smoked salmon tartine to a pork crown roast for dinner. Order a la carte brunch online for pick up Saturday or Sunday.

The sunny dining room at Spoon and stable is filled with muted beige and white tones. In the foreground are large, circular dark wood tables with chairs and in the background an edge of the white bar is visible. On the wall is a large rough-hewn piece of wood lined with spoons. It’s a bit of an inside joke that Kaysen was known for stealing spoons whenever he dined somewhere that had utensils he admired.
The dining room at Spoon and Stable
Spoon & Stable [Official]

Alma

Order an array of brunch dishes with optional gifts for mom. There are floral bunches, scented candles, and carrot mimosas, For the main event, order rhubarb coffee cake, asparagus or ham strata, and an assortment of pastries a la carte online.

ie - Italian Eatery

This Nokomis eatery has everything covered for a gorgeous Mother’s Day brunch right fresh from your oven. Order for a Saturday pick up for a full meal including a frittata, greens, bread, sweets, and more. There’s an optional bloody Mary mix, pressed juice, signature mocktail, or a bottle of prosecco. Italian Eatery goes above and beyond with an optional add on of a handmade mug filled with a little succulent plant for $25. Order it all online.

The Bungalow Club

This Longfellow restaurant leans to the savory side of brunch with an elegant meal for four including bullthistle garden greens with charred onion vinaigrette, cauliflower soup with asparagus, hazelnuts, house smoked char or rosemary braised pork shoulder with ramp salsa and a grilled zucchini and gruyere fritatta. A bit of sweet comes from the chocolate and strawberry topped olive oil poundcake. Order online for $120.

Colossal Cafe

Order a fresh tray of cinnamon rolls ready to throw in the oven, and a whole lot more of classic breakfast dishes from either the Grand Avenue or Como locations. Order online.

The Lexington

A close up of the plaque on the marble wall outside The Lexington
Fancy egg bake and optional mimosas at home
Lucy Hawthorne/Eater Twin Cities

The Lexington has long been a popular spot for mothers and this weekend, the elegant eatery is pulling out all the stops to make mom special at home. The take and bake kit includes wild mushroom and ramp egg bake, thick cut ham, grilled asparagus with Manchego aioli, and more. The $100 kit feeds four, and can be ordered online.

A close up of the plaque on the marble wall outside The Lexington
Fancy egg bake and optional mimosas at home
Lucy Hawthorne/Eater Twin Cities

Hyacinth

In addition to a lovely spring brunch, Hyacinth is adding an optional add of of a floral bouquet from Lady Fern Farms. Brunch includes fritatta with green garlic and raclette, sliced roast beef with horseradish yogurt, romaine salad with tarragon vinaigrette, asparagus salad and fried fingerling potatoes. Dessert is a siringate with cinnamon sugar. Brunch is $65 with the option of adding on flowers and mimosas or wine. Order online.

Hope Breakfast Bar

The interior of Hope with a long bar, open room, bright white walls and light wood accents with the exposed dark duct work on the ceiling
This restaurant specializes in breakfast, and feeding hungry neighbors
Hope Breakfast Bar [Official]

Hope Breakfast Bar just re-opened for curbside take out. Mostly, this new eatery in the West 7th neighborhood has been busy serving hungry neighbors since the pandemic shut down schools. Grab breakfast in bed for mom curbside all weekend long for $75. The meal includes everything spiced eggs, pork belly, hash browns, German chocolate pancakes, a whole bag of Folly coffee and a growler of Gray Duck Chai. Order online.

The interior of Hope with a long bar, open room, bright white walls and light wood accents with the exposed dark duct work on the ceiling
This restaurant specializes in breakfast, and feeding hungry neighbors
Hope Breakfast Bar [Official]

The Buttered Tin

Order mom a proper egg bake with a salad and fruit from this Lowertown breakfast spot for $80. Pick up available only on Sunday. Order online.

Saint Dinette

The bar at Saint Dinette, topped with a corrugated tin awning
The bar at Saint Dinette
Katie Cannon / Eater Twin Cities

Order a take and bake treat for mom from this Lowertown restaurant. On the menu are hash brown casserole, baked French toast, quiche Lorraine, and optional mimosas. Order the whole package online for $115.

The bar at Saint Dinette, topped with a corrugated tin awning
The bar at Saint Dinette
Katie Cannon / Eater Twin Cities

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