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Oh Momma! 2015 Top 5 Picks for Mother’s Day Brunch in the East Valley

Posted on: April 26th, 2015 by Taryn Jeffries 3 Comments

Mother's DayShe held you close when you were small, taught you how to count and read and wiped away your tears as you grew. Mothers are very special people and whether you have one still with you or if you are one, Mother’s Day is a day to honor those in your life and a very good place to start is with a decadent brunch.

We have gathered up the top 5 spots in East Valley to indulge in Mother’s Day Brunch.

Nabers
Where: 825 N. 54th St., Chandler
When: 5/10/15
Details: Enjoy all of Naber’s menu selections while sharing special moments with Mom. And what goes better with Mother’s Day brunch better than a refreshing mimosa? A $3 mimosa!
Cost: Prices vary based on menu selections
Perk for Mom: With the purchase of any beverage, moms eat free!
For reservations or more info: 480.705.0288

Organ Stop Pizza
Where: 1149 E. Southern Ave., Mesa
When: 05/10/15 11:30am until 1pm
Details: Bring in the whole family on Mother’s Day to enjoy all you can eat salad and pizza, along with unlimited soft drinks. Organ Stop Pizza in Mesa is more than 43 years old and a Valley icon. Unlike other kid-centric pizza joints, Organ StopPizza is fun for all ages.
“Kids enjoy it, mom and dad enjoy it, grandma and grandpa enjoy it,” said co-owner Jack Barz. That’s because the star of the show here is the nation’s largest Wurlitzer pipe organ, built for the Denver Theatre and installed in 1927. “It’s a piece of American history,” Barz said. After “talkies” took over the cinema and the Great Depression hit, the mighty Wurlitzer was rarely heard. It was damaged in a fire, but the original owners of Organ Stop Pizza bought it in 1975 and restored it for their second location in Mesa. (The first location opened in 1972 at the corner of Seventh Street and Missouri Avenue with an organ from Grauman’s Hollywood Egyptian Theater.)
Cost: $12 for adult guests and $10 for children 9 and under
For reservations or more info: Advance tickets are required and can be purchased in the restaurant gift shop

Perfect Pear Bistro FrittataPerfect Pear Bistro
Where: 1241 E. Chandler Blvd. or 9845 S. Priest Dr; both in Tempe
When: 05/10/15 9am until 12pm
Details: Bring in your favorite Mom to enjoy bottomless mimosas and choice of frittata and side. Mimosa options include fresh orange juice, pear, peach or pomegranate.
Cost: $22 per person for the drink and brunch option and $13.50 for just the bottomless mimosas. (both prices do not include tax or gratuity)
Perk for Mom: Now through 05/10/15, for every $25 in gift cards purchased you will receive an additional $5 in gift cards at no additional cost
For reservations or more info: 480.247.3410 (Priest Dr. location) or 480.248.6266 (Chandler Blvd. location)

San Marcos
Where: One San Marcos Pl., Chandler
When: 05/10/15 10am until 4pm
Details: The specially created Mother’s Day brunch will include a variety of culinary offerings from Executive Chef Aaron Geister and his culinary team. Some menu highlights include smoked salmon, shrimp cocktail, smoke paprika-dusted chicken breast, veggie egg Benedict, an omelet station, herb and garlic crusted prime rib and a chocolate fondue station with berries, brownies, cookies and dessert bars.
Cost: $44.95 for adult guests, $16.95 for guests aged 5 to 12 and guests under the age of 5 are complimentary (prices do not include tax or gratuity)
For reservations or more info: 480.857.4401

Thirsty LionThirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill
Where: 2000 E. Rio Salado Pkwy., Ste. 1041, Tempe
When: 05/10/15
Details: Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill is rolling out a special Mother’s Day menu that everyone can enjoy!  With lighter entrees like the Blackened Salmon & Quinoa Mango Salad and fresh cocktails like the Grapefruit Basil Martini, you’ll even have enough room for the Strawberry Rhubarb & White Chocolate Cheesecake for dessert. 
Cost: Varies based on selection
For reservations or more info: 480.968.2920

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About the Author - Taryn Jeffries

Editor and Chief Eating Officer of PhoenixBites, 2017 Food Writer of the Year (Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame) Taryn grew up in a small town in Illinois with a doting Grandmother who taught her the way around a kitchen and that food is representative of love. Her current quest is to find the love in local dishes and the chefs behind them. In addition to running all things PhoenixBites, Taryn is also a freelance writer, sharing her insight on the best dishes and where to get them each and every month.

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