Where To Go Mother’s Day Brunch in La Jolla
Treat your mother to a delicious meal for Mother’s Day in La Jolla by taking her out to these fancy spots! Incredible food paired with spectacular views will make it a day to remember. From unlimited buffets to specialty prixe fix and a la carte menus, there’s definitely something for everyone on the list. Shower the mom in your life with love on May 14th! (Please note that a reservation is required for most of the restaurants on this list, unless otherwise noted).
When: Sunday, May 14th, 10:30 am to 2:30 pm
Address: 910 Prospect St
Cost: A La Carte
This restaurant and bar is near La Jolla’s shores, making it a great spot to eat before walking over to the beach. The a la carte menu includes lemon ricotta pancakes, short rib hash, brioche French toast, a smoked salmon BLT, house-made croissants, pastries and breakfast breads with house-made seasonal jams. Top it off with a selection of specialty coffee drinks. Call (858) 964-5400 or make a reservation here.
When: Sunday, May 14th, 10 am to 3 pm
Address: 8970 University Center Lane
Cost: $47.95 for adults, $18.95 for children
A full, prixe-fix three course meal is the perfect way to show mom how much you appreciate her. This steakhouse’s appetizers include lobster bisque, a modern caesar salad, and a housemade burrata salad. Fleming’s Signature Eggs Benedict, Porcini-Crusted Filet Mignon, and Cinammon Apple Brioche French Toast are just a few of their yummy entrees. Call (858) 535-0078 or make a reservation here.
The Marine Room
When: Sunday, May 14th, 11 am to 7 pm
Address: 2000 Spindrift Drive
Cost: A La Carte
A stunning ocean view with delicious seafood is a great combination. À la carte menu highlights include Pepitas Coriander Spiced Wild Prawns, Shetland Island Salmon and Country Meadow Rack of Lamb. Top it off with an incredible dessert like Nocello Walnut Liqueur Crème Brûlée or Carlsbad Strawberry and Peach Cobbler. For reservations please call (855) 203-8511 or make a reservation here.
George’s At The Cove
When: Sunday, May 14th, 10 am to 2 pm
Address: 1250 Prospect St
Cost: A la carte
Voted La Jolla’s best restaurant, it’s the perfect place to take your mother for brunch. With a wide variety of appetizers including cauliflower rigatoni, date salad, and grilled octopus, it satisfies any palate. They also have french toast with Chino Farms strawberries and meyer lemon cream, chilaquiles with soft egg and queso freco, eggs benedict with Canadian bacon and Meyer Lemon Hollandaise and much more. Because it’s so popular, make sure to get a reservation ASAP. Call (858) 455-1616 or book a reservation here.
La Jolla Shores Restaurant
When: Sunday May 14th, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Address: 8110 Camino Del Oro
Cost: $58 adults, $29 children 6 to 12 years, $4 per year for children 5 and under
The ocean view feast features Charbroiled Hawaiian Swordfish, Lobster Raviolis and Angus Prime Rib of Beef, with plenty of tasty sides and a children’s station. Finish off your meal with beautifully-crafted desserts like Amaretto Tiramisu, Coconut Caramel Cheesecake and Strawberry Trifle. Call (858) 456-0600 or make a reservation here.
Bistro du Marché by Tapenade
When: Sunday, May 14th, 11 am to 7 pm
Address: 7437 Girard Ave
Cost: à la cart
Make your mother feel special by taking her out to Bistro du Marche for a twist on traditional French cuisine. The menu will be featuring their chilled English pea soup, Marine Diver Scallops, Wild mushroom ravioli, aged sirloin steak, and end with a Meyers lemon tartlets. Call (858) 551-7500 or make a reservation here.
Eddie V’s- Prime Seafood
When: Sunday, May 14th 9 am to 3 pm
Address: 1270 Prospect Street, San Diego, CA 92037
Cost: $49 adults, $15 children
This Mother’s Day treat your mother to Eddie V’s jazz brunch. Menu includes a three course meal where you can choose from cinnamon rolls, smoked salmon, shrimp and grits, steak and eggs, and their alaskan king crab omelet with three-citrus hollandaise. Call (858) 459-5500 or book a reservation here.
Herringbone La Jolla
When: Sunday, May 14th
Address: 7837 Herschel Ave La Jolla
Cost: $40 per person
Herringbone is where fancy meets delicious. Try these mouth-watering appetizers including house-made sea salted biscuits, fuji salad, or kale and white bean soup. Their entrees include lobster roll, baja stone crab & avocado toast, farmer’s market scramble, smoked salmon eggs benedict, or brioche french toast. Call (858) 459-0221 or make a reservation here.
The Lot La Jolla
When: Sunday May 14th, 10 am to 2 pm.
Address: 7611 Fay Ave
Cost: $50 per person; $20 for children
An unlimited buffet is the perfect way to show unlimited love to your mom. Their menu includes a variety of cheeses, veggies, salad, shrimp, lamb, omelets, and more to fill any appetite. With big movies playing right next your buffet, The Lot is a fun place to take mom out to. Call (858) 777-0069 to make reservations.
The Med at La Valencia Hotel
When: Sunday May 14th, 10 am to 2 pm
Address: 1132 Prospect St
Cost: $85 per adults; $39 for children.
Treat your mother out to an extensive buffet with an amazing view of the La Jolla shoreline. The Brunch Buffet includes smoked salmon, poke, Thai shrimp salad, Carlsbad oysters, steamed muscles, prime rib, and many more. If you have a sweet tooth, pick from their delectable dessert options; the list includes blueberry peach scones, cinnamon rolls made in house, and more. Call (858)-454-0771 or make a reservation here.
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