Mother’s Day Lunching and Brunching
Mother’s Day Lunching and Brunching for the Last Minute Traveler
It is certain that every human being is begotten of a mother. Another truism: Every Sunday should certainly beget a Bloody Mary. This Sunday May 10 is Mother’s Day and the only excuse for not treating Mom to a Bloody Mary is if she wants a Mimosa instead. Are you the doting husband or the darling child who brought mom to Puerto Rico this Mother’s Day? Well done, devoted partner, good on-ya prodigal child. There are plenty of options for you to eat like a local while you are here in San Juan. We at Spoon Food Tours live and die for brunch, so take a look at our favorite lunch and bunch spots, snag a last minute spot, and snuggle Mommy tight over bacon-flavored vodka, waffles, gourmet mac and cheese, and a passion fruit mimosa or two. Rinse, repeat, and snuggle Mommy some more.
Here’s the roundup:
-Micheladas, Ronchatas, Margaritas, homemade Horchata, fresh juices. Homemade tortillas ensure these are the best tacos in the city. For a breakfast brunch option try their truly amazing Huevos Rancheros or Chilaquiles. Open at 10:30, tacos served from around noon.
-Bottomless Mimosas and Bouilliabaise this Sunday! Fine French brunch featuring their Papillon Burger with caramelized onions, Gruyére cheese, pickles, mustard & pommes frites
Avocado Cocina Local and Patio Bar
-Open for brunch in Guaynabo featuring and Avocado Benedict made with yuca cakes, a chunky avocado spread, arugula, poached eggs and tarragon hollandaise.
-Mimosas in an array of flavors including orange, grapefruit, lychee, and tamarind. Langoustine Mac and Cheese with Gouda béchamel, tobiko, and a poached egg!
La Nacional Bodegon
-Fabulous Peruvian Sandwiches and mimosas on special during their 9am-3pm brunch including additions such as omelets and waffles.
-Brunch Saturdays and Sundays from 11am-4pm with mimosas, crepes, croissants, french toast, soufflé, and a chocolate bar.
-Red Velvet Pancakes! A Bloody Mary with bacon flavored vodka!
Asere Cubano Kitchen/Bar
-The newest arrival at La Placita de Santurce, Asere serves up delectable Cuban cuisine. There will be live music too!
Waffle-era Tea Room
-Gourmet sweet and savory waffles in Old San Juan.
Casa Cortes Chocobar
-Delectable chocolate combinations for brunch! Eggs, salads, chocolate and grilled cheese, chocolate rum beverages, mimosas.
Bistro de Paris
-Quiche, Eggs Benedict, mimosas.
-Ginger, grapefruit, acai, and passion fruit mimosas. A huge brunch menu including eggs, pancakes, omelets, french toast, salads, pizzas, and sandwiches.
-Eggs and an eclectic ambiance. Smoked salmon omelets, stacks of fluffy pancakes.
-Bottles in Guaynabo serve an epic brunch with dinosaur portions of mussles, steaks, lobster, salads, and more in their glorious cellar jam-packed with quality wines and bubbly.