Four Restaurants Offering Mother's Day Brunch Deals!
May 6, 2022 | What To Do
There’s no way to repay your mother for all of her love and support, but you can start with a delicious brunch! These four Long Island restaurants are offering sweet Mother’s Day lunch/dinner menus so that you can not only fill her heart with love, but also fill her stomach with good food!
Nick & Toni's
Credit: Nick & Toni's
Your mom is the celebrity in your life, so it’s only right that you treat her to Nick & Toni’s special brunch or dinner prix fixe on Mother’s Day. This East Hampton hotspot, frequented by luminaries such as Martha Stewart, Jimmy Fallon and Bobby Flay, is offering a three-course brunch prix fixe for $75 (from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.) and three-course dinner prix fixe for $95 (5 to 8 p.m.). A $24 kids menu will also be available. Weather permitting, you can enjoy brunch or dinner on Nick & Toni’s scenic outdoor patio.
Credit: Navy Beach
Brunch on the beach? Say no more! Mother’s Day calls for a trip to the end of the world in Montauk, Long Island’s easternmost point. Navy Beach is located on a 200-foot private beach, overlooking Fort Pond Bay with views of Gardiner’s Island. A special three-course prix fixe menu will be offered on Sunday for Mother’s Day. Even better, mothers will receive a complimentary sparkling wine with their meal! The three-course menu is $55 plus tax and gratuity, and will be served from noon – 8 p.m. The a la carte menu will also be available. Menu items include clam & corn chowder, bucatini fra diavolo, local swordfish and the Navy burger.
Nestled along the Connetquot River in Oakdale, View offers dockside dining with breathtaking views of the Great South Bay and top-notch seafood year-round. The menu consists of small and big plate options from both land and sea, and the restaurants also boasts an award-winning wine list. For Mother’s Day, they will be offering a special a la carte dinner menu from noon to 7 p.m., featuring jumbo lump crab cakes, Peking duck tacos and Maine lobster pasta.
George Martin The Original
Credit: George Martin The Original
George Martin The Original in Rockville Centre has the ambiance of a traditional steakhouse, with wood accents and an elegant dining room. Since opening in 1989, they have won numerous awards and accolades from The New York Times and Newsday. On Sunday from 2 to 7 p.m., they will be serving a special a la carte menu. The regular menu will not be available that day. Standout menu items include butternut squash ravioli, rigatoni pomodoro and shrimp risotto.