Go Back

Mother’s Day: Where To Go In BrisbaneMay 8, 2017


Don’t be a bore this Mother’s Day and do the usual card, chocolate and flowers for mum. Instead, get mum excited, dolled up and ready for a lovely breakfast, lunch or dinner – with the inclusion of a few glasses of bubbly of course. There are few Mother’s Day specials happening across Brisbane, and luckily, we’ve listed them here to make it easier for you (ensuring you don’t end up taking mum to the fish and chip shop down the road).

 

Darling & Co
157 Given Terrace, Paddington

Darling & Co - Function Venues Brisbane

The high-ceilinged, amazing venue that is Darling & Co, are hosting a Mother’s Day treat this year for all the mums out there. Offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and a full a la carte menu – mum will be spoiled for choice. They’re also offering free manicures with any cocktail purchase (!!!) and you just know mum’s going to love getting pampered, while eating a fantastic meal at a great venue. Get in quick!

[More Info]  |  [View on Map]


The Balfour Kitchen
37 Balfour St, New Farm

Spicers Balfour Hotel Kitchen - Restaurant Brisbane

Mother’s Day high tea at a stunning location with gorgeous views, may be exactly what mum ordered. The Balfour Kitchen has a beautiful courtyard enshrouded by frangipani trees, and they only use the freshest local produce for every dish on their menu. You and mum can expect a high tea styled event, with sweet and savoury treats, including French bubbles all around! Bookings are for 2pm onwards and prices are just $65 per person.

[More Info]  |  [View on Map]


Alchemy Restaurant and Bar
175 Eagle St, Brisbane

Alchemy Bar & Restaurant - Waterfront Restaurants Brisbane

Fine dining and waterfront views allows for this venue to really shine on Mother’s Day. Mum will love you for the wide variety of choice when it comes to entrées, mains and desserts at Alchemy. The extensive menu is well-renowned and full of only the most quality ingredients (did someone say confit duck leg!?). Prices start at $80 for 2 courses, $100 for 3 courses and kids at $25.

[More Info]  |  [View on Map]


WATT
Brisbane Powerhouse, 119 Lamington St, New Farm

WATT Brisbane - Wedding Function Venues Brisbane

Dining by the Brisbane River – yes please! We think you’ll be as stoked about this electric restaurant as mum will be. Great food and a thunderous environment, this Mother’s Day is going to be unforgettable. You can grab a 3 course, shared feast menu at $65 per person that includes the like of 12-hour slow cooked Goldfields lamb shoulder, ricotta doughnuts and so much more.

[More Info]  |  [View on Map]


Mother’s Day is that one day of the year where you have to tolerate your mum’s nagging and not say anything in retaliation or exasperation, so at least you’ll have one of the above beautiful settings to make things just that little more tolerable, right?

Happy Mother’s Day everyone!

By Nora Omar


CLICK HERE FOR MORE:

Latest News


Festival 21 – Our Future Through Food
The Hidden Speakeasy You Didn&...
11 Feb. 2019

Time for Storytime kids; Once upon a time, many moons ago, prior to the entertainment and shopping complex it’s known as today and even before it began churning out jars of sweet preserved fruit goodness, good ole Jam Factory on Chapel St served as a brewery for the first 20 years of its existen...[more info]

Read More
Festival 21 – Our Future Through Food
This Award Winning Japanese Re...
3 Jan. 2019

“It’s BYO!” is usually a statement your mate posts as their ‘Party’ event status or something you text your buddies to let them know your fav’ Japanese restaurant is holding epic deals. But it is no longer exclusive to house parties and china town. Over the summer time period, award wi...[more info]

Read More
Festival 21 – Our Future Through Food
An All You Can Eat Insta-Worth...
20 Dec. 2018

Get excited because the team that brought you Café Lafayette, is bringing us something bigger, better and absolutely Grand! Grand Lafayette is here and is making one big statement. Your favourite brunch dishes are getting a cheeky little makeover at Grand Lafayette as they’re infused with Asian...[more info]

Read More
Festival 21 – Our Future Through Food
Expect French Indochina Cuisin...
13 Dec. 2018

Red Piggy is Melbourne’s newest and most exciting rooftop restaurant and bar located on the corner of Swanston Street and Little Bourke Street in Melbourne’s CBD. It’s delicious, it’s affordable and most importantly, it’s instaworthy (maybe not most importantly, but you get w...[more info]

Read More

84 queries, 0.533 seconds.

Close