Where to take mom to Pittsburgh for brunch for Mother’s Day Nutrition | Pittsburgh

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Avocado toast from The Commoner

You can buy your mom a postcard and some flowers. Or you can treat your mom to an unforgettable meal at one of Pittsburgh’s many restaurants. The Pittsburgh City Newspaper made a list of places where you can take a person you call “mom”.

Software market
108 19th Street, Stryp district. thepamarket.com
This Strip County eatery will be open for brunch for Mother’s Day, where you can boast delicious pink sangria and Kentucky lavender mule with bourbon, lemon juice, honey with lavender syrup, ginger beer and lavender bitters. You can also give mom one of the classes on the market, such as an Italian wine series, a class of cocktails with tequila or a tasting of tacos and tequila.

622 Wiliam Penn Place, city center. thecommonerpgh.com
The spring brunch menu from chef Dave Reykot will impress any mom. Add French toast with seasonal jam, vanilla whipped cream, avocado toast or a sandwich with caramelized pork sternum, fried egg, pickled onions and honey. For a drink, try Aperol spritz or Bloody Larry.

As for Easter, Tabbara Chocolates has many sweet delicacies to choose from. Other options include some holiday flavors to celebrate Mother’s Day include elderberry and saffron ganache, raspberry and rose jelly with white chocolate ganache, banana caramel with a crispy layer of hazelnuts and peanuts, and strawberry ganache with lemon and mint jelly.

Spirits and tales
5130 Bigelow Blvd., Auckland. spiritsandtales.com
The Prix Fixe menu, prepared by head chef Chris Noonan, is sure to impress the table, starting with fresh warm cinnamon buns and cream cheese glaze. The menu also has French onion soup, toast with smoked salmon with caper cream cheese, pickled onions and pea sprouts, Kish Lorraine and more. For children at the table there will also be a Prix Fixe menu.

Black radish
6901 Lynn Way, Point Breeze. blackradishkitchen.com
This menu is also supported by Basic Health International, a foundation from Pittsburgh that supports women’s health around the world. The menu has 6 to eight people and will include frittata with ricotta, salami, olives and pimento, pasta salad with chopped asparagus, dill, parsley, green onions, lemon zest and feta, French toast with brioche baked with berries and apple butter , and more. To order at Black Redish Kitchen, visit their website at the link above.

Cafe area
134 S. Highland Ave., East Liberty. square-cafe.com
On Mother’s Day try Scramble with smoked salmon, pancakes with lemon ricotta or hash of brussels sprouts with caramelized onions, mushrooms and bacon, all on cottage cheese. In addition to the updated food menu there will be a special latte with honey and lavender and homemade white sangria.

Is your restaurant a good place for brunch for Mother’s Day? Email danijanae@pghcitypaper.com and let us know!

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