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Mothers Day is Sunday and what do you get women who have everything? The answer is food. Take you mother out the weekend and fill her belly up with some mimosa’s and delicious food. Below is a list of brunch spot to visit this Sunday if you haven’t been or would like to try some place new this weekend.

  • Haus Of Brunch

    A popular brunch spot that serves traditional favorites, along with new, creative dishes like blueberry poppyseed pancakes, opened in fall 2021.The menu also includes French toast, omelets, sandwiches, salads, and build-your-own skillet dishes.

  • The Hudson Cafe

    Hudson’s Restaurant is named after the historical Hudson’s department store in the area. With an expansive and diverse menu, The Hudson Cafe is an ideal place to dine with friends and family.

  • Orginal Pancake House

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    With their experience in the culinary field, and their extensive knowledge of authentic national and ethnic pancake recipes, they were able to offer without compromise this unique and original menu that has received national acclaim.The Apple Pancake is one of our signature items, a huge pancake stuffed with sautéed apples and cinnamon sugar baked to perfection, creating a deliciously rich cinnamon sugar glaze.

  • Joe Louis Southern Kitchen

    A restaurant named after Detroit boxer Joe Louis serves all-day brunch seven days a week. The menu includes a variety of Southern favorites like cinnamon roll flapjacks, bananas foster French toast, bread pudding, key lime pie flapjacks, Creole shrimp and grits, and Cajun fried turkey legs.
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  • Bunny Bunny

    Jackson and Tootla (of Thank You in Chicago and Voyager in Ferndale) opened the dining room recently and are serving South American, Indian, and African dishes. Imagine sweet biscuits and black pepper sausage gravy, plum pancakes, and sausage, egg, and mushroom breakfast fried rice.

  • Detroit House of Pancakes

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    After the Jefferson Avenue eatery closed, the Detroit House of Pancakes quietly took over its location just a few months ago offering a variety of breakfast classics, such as pancakes, filling omelets, mimosas, eggs Benedict, and more, this place bills itself as an upscale brunch destination.

  • Ivy Kitchen and Cocktails

    Ivy Kitchen and Cocktails offers an elegant breakfast experience on the east side with the girls: fried chicken and waffles with bourbon maple syrup, French toast with berry compote and whipped mascarpone, cheesy shrimp and grits, and a variety of cocktails and mocktails.For those who like to kick off their weekends early, brunch is also available on Fridays.