Top 10 Restaurants for Mother’s Day in Orlando 2013

Posted by Unlock Orlando April 29, 2013

There are a lot of things you need to plan for in May. Let the Mother’s Day Squad help guide you to some of the best places to have Mother’s Day. Whether you want to go for Mother’s Day Brunch, Lunch, or Dinner you can always find places to go to in the Orlando area. Check out a few of our latest suggestions, places that serve great food, and somehow have a good amount of seating available.

The Tap Room at Dubsdread
549 West Par Street
Orlando, FL
Price $9-$15

The Tap Room at Dubsdread is a classic Mother’s Day Sunday brunch opportunity. It’s also a great option for lunch or dinner Mother’s Day celebrations. Located right off the golf course just North of the College Park area not too from I-4 in Orlando. Prices range from $9 to $15 and items include lump crab and brie frittatas, along with fresh blueberry pancakes, Eggs Benedict, Belgian Waffles, Omelets. Lunch and dinner specialties include great American continental fare such as chicken marsala, burgers, warps, ribs, salads, pastas, and more.

Hue Restaurant
629 East Central Blvd. (Summerlin Ave.)
Orlando, FL 32801
As one of the trendiest and hottest restaurants in the downtown Orlando and Thornton Park area, Hue will guarantee your mother an excellent Mother’s Day Brunch, Lunch or Dinner. Everything from Mimosas to duck, to grilled chicken salad is available. It’s also right in the center of town so it’s close to just about everything.

Brio Tuscan Grille
4200 Conroy Rd., Orlando
480 N. Orlando Avenue (Hwy 17-92), Winter Park
Brunch starts at 11am

Conveniently Brio Tuscan Grille has 2 locations on different sides of Orlando. One in the Winter Park Village off of Orlando Avenue (17-92) and one off of Conroy Road at the Millenia Mall in South Orlando. Brio Tuscan Grille does a great brunch Italian style, which is pretty much like the American style except fancier with better sounding names. Eggs Benedictano, Bistecca and Sweet Potato Hash, Bacon Egg and Fontina Panini are all items that can be found at Brio. For lunch and dinner they serve all sorts of terrific flat breads, salads, pastas, and other Italian specialties. Plus both locations offer outside seating for when the Florida weather is just right and you want to sit outside. In addition to outside seating, both locations offer shopping opportunities after dining in. So you can combine the two activities for a more complete day of leisure. Restaurant opens at 11am.


558 West New England Ave., Winter Park
808 Washington St., Orlando
950 Market Promenade Ave., Lake Mary

Brunch starts at 10am to 11am depending on location
Dexter’s has 3 locations: one in Orlando, one in Lake Mary, and one in Winter Park, so it’s a great pick because anyone from anywhere in the Greater Orlando should be able to reach one within a reasonable amount of time. The prices are very reasonable and the food is good, so Mom’s will be pleased and families will be pleased. There is typically outside seating available which is great if it is not too hot out. If you decide to go out for Mother’s Day Brunch, the menu includes Bloody Marys and Mimosas along with an array omelets and Dexter’s Eggs Benedict. Dexter’s is also a great and inexpensive option for Mother’s Day lunch or dinner.

The Boheme at The Grand Bohemian Hotel
325 South Orange Avenue
Orlando, FL
The mother in the family can really feel like the top Mom in town when you go to the Grand Bohemian Hotel. It’s a luxury hotel and it’s downtown. You roll up to the entrance and you’re greeted with fancy cars, the lobby looks like a modern art museum, there’s a great bar with live music and the food is excellent. It’s a great Mother’s Day choice for brunch, lunch, or dinner.

Ravenous Pig
1234 Orange Avenue
Winter Park, FL 32789-4910
Okay, so Ravenous Pig might not sound like a restaurant for Mother’s Day, but we have to face facts. Women love this restaurant. Guys love this restaurant. Every Mother is also sure to love this restaurant. The food is terrific and the atmosphere is a lot of fun. You can’t go wrong here.

Flemmings Steak House
933 North Orlando Ave
Winter Park
8030 Via Dellagio Way
Two locations, two great restaurants, one on the North side in Winter Park and one on the south side off of Sand Lake Road. The food is great, steaks are great, the lighting is perfect, and there is an extensive wine list. Open for lunch and dinner. Its great for a more formal celebration for Mother’s Day in the Orlando area.

Armando’s Italian

463 West New England Avenue
Winter Park, FL 32789
Armando’s took over the old Hot Olives space off of New England in Hannibal Square and totally refurbished the place. Its a sharp looking place and Armando, the owner, ensures that his food is in fact top notch. Afterwards you can take a stroll down Park Avenue and New England. A great environment for families and to meet up with family. Open for lunch and dinner.
Antonio’s La Fiamma Ristorante
611 South Orlando Ave Maitland, FL 32751
Also known informally as Antonio’s Upstairs in Maitland, Antonio’s offers a great atmosphere along with a view of Lake Lily. The food as always is excellent and will be sure let every mother know that they are special. Antonio’s also has a location in Celebration on the south side. Open for lunch and dinner.

Enzian Theater
For something really different this year, The Enzian Theater in Maitland is offering brunch, live music and a special screening of My Fair Lady. Doors open at 11am with breakfast buffet and a mimosa cocktail. The movie begins at noon. Check on-line for pricing packages.

For a less expensive, but still excellent Mother’s Day Brunch, try going to one of the Keke’s Breakfast Cafe restaurants in the area. You have at least 5 to choose from, it’s slightly upscale, the food is great, and the service is quick.

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