Some of our favorite Mother’s Day Brunches

By Product Expert | Posted in Community Events on Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 at 9:15 am
Mother and daughter holding hands and walking down a trail

2018 Mother’s Day Brunches Washington D.C.

Moms out there know that parenthood doesn’t end when a child comes of age. It lasts long past the turning of a calendar that says your child is now an adult. From teaching you to tie your shoes, to helping you sort through the ins and outs of your first mortgage, Mom has always been there to give you solid advice and help with life’s lessons. For all that, there’s just one day a year dedicated to saying thank you. For those in the Washington D.C., here are our top choices for 2018 Mother’s Day Brunches.

Places to take mom on Mother’s Day

From fancy restaurants to more laid-back locales, here are our top picks for the holiday.Croissants and a bowl full of strawberries with cup of black coffee

Ritz-Carlton

Nothing says high-class like taking your mom to the Ritz-Carleton. The Grand Ballroom will be filled with a buffet with hungry families, live music and a kids’ coloring station. Adult prices are a flat $89 while children 4-12 eat for $40. Reservations are required, so contact the hotel today.

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Kapnos Taverna

Looking for something a bit different? Kapnos Taverna hosts an all-you can eat brunch with Greek cuisine. Main course items include stone oven baked eggs, salmon benedict, merguez gravy and more.

Carlyle House Mother’s Day Tea

Some might call it elegant. Others may describe it as quaint. Any way you look at it, tea at the Carlyle House is something a bit different than your average brunch. Especially since it starts at 2:30 p.m., which is perfect for the late risers. Online registration has already started for the event and there is just one seating this year, so it’s best to make your reservations now.

Do you have a Mother’s Day tradition or favorite place to go? Share your thoughts with a comment here at the Karen Radley Volkswagen Blog.