Boston Restaurants to Visit on Mother’s Day – Part 2
When it comes to pampering your mom on Mother’s Day, you can’t go wrong by treating her to a great meal! Here’s a look at the second part of our series highlighting some of the best restaurants to take your mom on Mother’s Day:
No. 9 Park
Located on Park Street, No. 9 Park
has something special lined up for moms on Mother’s Day. Treat your mother to a special prix fixe lunch that includes three courses of Chef Barbara Lynch’s signature dishes. Choose from offerings such as red snapper crudo, Atlantic salmon, and a chocolate tart for dessert. If you don’t want to eat the prix fixe meal, consider stopping in for dinner to enjoy their a la carte options. No. 9 Park is just an 8-minute walk from the Devonshire Apartments.
Bostonia Public House
If brunch is more your mom’s style, consider eating at the Bostonia Public House
on State Street in Faneuil Hall. This restaurant has a casual atmosphere, but their menu can be innovative and modern. The Mother’s Day Brunch is a particular highlight and includes typical breakfast choices such as bacon and eggs and even seafood dishes, such as tuna crudo and shrimp cocktail. It’s only a four-minute walk from the Devonshire Apartments.
has several locations throughout the world, but the closest to the Devonshire Apartments is located on Franklin Street. They specialize in Japanese and Asian cuisine but are also known for their cocktails. Treat mom to foods such as oysters, handrolls, and one of their signature dishes, the Tokyo fried chicken. Pabu is only a five-minute walk from the Devonshire Apartments.
Located on Washington Street, Ruka
is only a seven-minute walk from the Devonshire Apartments. It is run by the same team that manages Yvonne’s, but the two restaurants are very different. Your mom will love the fresh, innovative fusion menu that is influenced by countries such as Peru and Japan. They also have an incredible cocktail list.
, which is located at the Langham Hotel, is known for having a great brunch on Mother’s Day. This brunch is high end, which means that it will certainly attract a large crowd on mom’s special day. Consider booking a reservation well in advance so that you won’t miss out on treating your mom. Menu items for Mother’s Day brunch include traditional brunch favorites like eggs and bacon as well as special treats, like maple-cured salmon.
, a steakhouse located on Arlington Street in the Back Bay, is another great restaurant choice for Mother’s Day. It is open for both brunch and dinner on Mother’s Day and will offer special menu items such as smoked salmon pizza and prime rib, depending on which time of day you decide to go.
When it comes to making your mom feel loved on her special day, you can’t go wrong with one of these restaurants!