Bottomless prosecco and Sunday lunch – London
We’re all guilty of it – sitting back while mum prepares that too-good-to-be-true Sunday roast. Not this year though (well, not on the 6th of March anyway). Book a table at The Queen’s Head, sit back and relax with unlimited prosecco or bucks fizz, with a delicious Lucky Chip roast. There will be live music upstairs and plenty of board games to keep you all entertained. Oh, and if you want to bring your beloved pooch you can, as long as they’re well behaved. Sit Roxy, sit.
Bottomless brunch and karaoke – London
We all have a wild side, including your mum – where on earth do you think you get your wacky ways? So why not try something a little bit different this March and head to Trapeze for a bottomless brunch and wait for it…karaoke. For £25 you’ll be treated to bottomless mimosas, prosecco and bloody marys, plus a tasty option from the brunch menu.
Bespoke dining – London
Clapham’s much loved venue, Mommi, are planning a bespoke dining experience for Mother’s Day. It’s going to be a real treat with three-courses and a gin-based welcome cocktail, all for £28.50. You’ll get to choose from a range of raw starters, followed by a mouth-watering roast and for the grand finale; a delectable pudding dessert, of course. If you find yourself thirsty after your Mommi Fizz you can always order another tipple from their varied cocktail menu (pro tip: their Pisco Sour is amazing).
Lunch at The Dolls House – London
If your mum is a lover of all things quirky The Dead Dolls House is where you need to take her. The venue is split between the Parlour, the second floor Library, the Dining Room, and the third floor Ballroom. The venue, as you can guess, is pretty glitz and glam, but they have a special three course meal and a glass of fizz for just £30 on the 6th. If you really want to push the boat out, you could buy your mum membership at this cool haunt – all you need to do is give them a spirit from the list on their website. This will give her exclusive access to a private bar.
Surprise gift at The Duke’s Head – London
This Mother’s Day, The Duke’s Head have decided to treat your mum to a special gift and a glass of fizz. All you have to do is pay £8; yup, that’s all. Are you ready for more good news? Alongside The Duke’s comforting roasts, there are vegetarian options available – like the Butternut Squash and Spinach Pithivier. This will help you cater for everyone’s dietary needs (including your moany siblings).
The Salt Room (picture credit: The Salt Room)
The Salt Room – Brighton
You might have to splash the cash at the decadent Salt Room, but Mother’s Day only comes around once a year. This cool and stylish restaurant is perched on Brighton’s seafront, and specialises in meats and fish. Definitely a contender if your mum is a foodie fan.
Live entertainment and lunch – Manchester
Does your mum have a crush on James Martin? If so, you should take her to his restaurant – Manchester 235. OK, he won’t be in the kitchen on the day but his chefs will. You’ll get three-courses for £25 and your mum will be treated to a special chocolate treat. Please be mindful of the venue’s over 18s policy if you have any younger siblings though. We don’t want anyone missing out.
Dinner at Fumo – Birmingham
Fumo is one of Birmingham’s swankiest restaurants and is located in the heart of the city’s business district. If your mum has a love for the finer things in life (and Italian food) you should take her here. The tapas menu is varied with something for everyone’s palate; the bartenders shake and serve some great cocktails too.
The Restaurant Bar and Grill – Glasgow
Whether you want to spoil your mum to a brunch, lunch or dinner, The Restaurant Bar and Grill in Glasgow will tend to your every need. They focus on seasonal cooking while using top quality ingredients, bringing a punch of flavour to every dish. If you want to add a bit of sparkle to your outing, why not order a bottle of champagne? They start at a very affordable £40.
Afternoon Tea at Mews of Mayfair – London
Nothing says ‘mum, I love you’ like a decadent afternoon tea. That’s why you should bring yours to the Mews of Mayfair. Their elegant tiers of buttery scones, savoury sandwiches and sweet treats are some of the best around. They’re also offering a three-course menu with a special gift for mums if you’d prefer a wholesome meal.