Brunch on Mother's Day is kind of mandatory, right? Before you think about hitting up another crowded breakfast buffet filled with lukewarm pancakes and powdered scrambled eggs, do your mom — and yourself — a little favor, and consider going out for some eats that are just a teensy bit more upscale. Lucky for you, The New York Palace is all set to help you make mom feel like a queen this Sunday...and yes, you totally get to go along for the ride.
For starters, The New York Palace has two ultra-relaxing Mother's Day specials that you can chose from. If you're feeling a little lazy and want to stay in, the Mother’s Day Morning Glory Package gets you a breakfast in bed for two, nestled in the hotel's sumptuous accommodations. A step up from your usual A.M. bowl of Cheerios, you and mom will be treated to a seasonal fruit plate, pastry, a classic Greek-yogurt parfait, Brioche-bread pudding, and an egg-white frittata with heirloom tomatoes, asparagus, artichokes, and herbs — plus a mimosa or bellini, of course. Plus, you also get to partake in red wine and chocolate, a luxe gift basket from the The New York Palace Spa, and 20% off treatments and services during your stay.
Is mom more of a night owl? Trade the breakfast for cocktails and appetizers in GILT Bar with the Mother’s Day Night Out Package, and get the red wine and chocolate, gift basket, and 20% off discount from above. And, if you're thinking about doing both, it's safe to say you've pretty much secured the "child of the year" nomination.
If you still want to do something amazing on Sunday, but your funds are running a bit short, The New York Palace still wants to help you out. They're offering one lucky reader brunch for four at their elegant American brassiere, Istana, where you can chow down on a roasted heritage turkey and brie panini, grilled artichokes, egg-white fritatas, and a whole lot more. Just let us know in the comments below why your mom is special to you, and we'll chose one winner to indulge in this breakfast of champions. And, if you happen to have an empty spot on your guest list, we'll be more than happy to tag along. Just sayin'.
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