Restaurants Plan To Honor Moms This Weekend With Specials She’ll Love

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315 Magazine St.

Couvant will be open early for regular brunch (9 am – 2 pm) and dinner service (5 – 10 pm):

Mother’s Day Brunch Special: Fried Oyster, Bacon & Brie Omelet – Crispy Fired Gulf Oysters, Triple Cream Brie, Hickory Smoked Bacon, and a Lemon Bur Blanc.

Couvant will also feature 20% off ALL sparkling and champagne bottle options on Mother’s Day.

Couvant’s weekend brunch features $25 bottomless brunch cocktails (Bloody Mary, Mimosa, Paloma, Sangria, and brunch punch) plus some amazing brunch dishes with French/Southern Flare, including Duck Confit and Waffles, Croque Madame, Pain Perdue, Louisiana Crawfish Hash, Shrimp and Grits and more.

 Yo Nashi:

419 Carondolet St.

Yo Nashi’s multi-course Omakase experience ($89) is the perfect intimate dining experience to WOW your mom on Mother’s Day (open 5-10 pm).  Make the meal even more special with a Wagyu beef upgrade with the finest Wagyu Beef from Japan.

For an earlier night, Yo Nashi offers daily happy hour from 5-6:30 pm featuring half-price beers and sake by the glass but an a la carte menu for those not wanting a whole Omakase experience.

For those celebrating earlier in the week, Yo Nashi has teamed up with “The Sake Ninja,” aka Chris Johnson, to create a special omakase dinner with unique sake pairings this Thursday, May 11.  The seven-course meal is $145++, and reservations can be made anytime between 5-10 pm (reservations via Open Table).

 Saint John:

1117 Decatur St.

Saint John will be open for regular business hours (brunch 11 am – 4 pm, dinner until 9 pm).

Recently added to the menu, Saint John now features Mumm champagne varieties at the lowest prices in town – Bottomless Mumm Mimosas: Choice of Mumm Napa Brut Prestige or Brut Rose for only $45, G.H. Mumm by the Bottle for ONLY $75 (Over $40 difference in savings when you dine for brunch).

Saint John also offers Bottomless Bloody Marys featuring Kettle One Vodka and Zatarains to the brunch menu ($25).

Saint John also added some fantastic new menu items sure to make any mother happy: Crawfish Bread and Breakfast (brunch), Pork Chop Yakamein (dinner), Chargrilled Filet (dinner), Brown Butter Seared Scallops (dinner), and River Road Crawfish Etouffee (dinner).

 Copper Vine:

1001 Poydras St.

Copper Vine will be serving its regular brunch (10:30 am – 3 pm) and dinner service (3 – 9 pm).  Enjoy brunch on Copper Vine’s lush outdoor courtyard or picturesque indoor space with standout dishes, including Creole Shakshouka, Cornflake Fried Chicken and Waffles, Gulf Fish Amandine, and Cochon de Lait Grits. 

 Copper Vine also offers $25 bottomless mimosas throughout brunch.

Compère Lapin

535 Tchoupitoulas St.

Chef Nina Compton is inviting guests to indulge in a special a la carte Mother’s Day brunch.  Amongst starters are Buttermilk Biscuits with mango jam and whipped ricotta and Tater Tots with creme fraiche and caviar.  Entree options include Shrimp and Grits with Creole sauce, Beef Bolognese with potato and ricotta gnocchi, and Fried Chicken & Biscuits with hot honey.  Desserts include a Mango Crème Brûlée and Bread Pudding with local stewed berries, Chantilly Cream, and mint.  Guests can also enjoy an array of boozy brunch cocktails.  Reservations can be made on Resy For more information and a complete Mother’s Day menu, visit


429 Decatur St.

The second-oldest restaurant in New Orleans celebrates Mother’s Day with a feast.  On Sunday, May 14, enjoy Executive Chef Gus Martin’s decadent Mother’s Day prix-fixe (priced $46 – $58, based main entrée),  featuring elevated Creole dishes including Boudin Balls with pepper jelly; Crawfish Au Gratin – Louisiana crawfish tails folded into a mornay sauce with gruyere cheese, baked and served with French bread crostini (+$3.50); BBQ Shrimp and Grits – pan sauteed shrimp simmered in a New Orleans-style BBQ sauce, served over stone ground grits; Veal and Crawfish – pan-seared veal medallions, served with asparagus, new potato mash, and a smoked tomato beurre blanc, topped with Louisiana crawfish tails; Grilled Filet Mignon – 6oz filet of beef, served with asparagus, roasted pearl onions, and sauce chasseur.  For dessert, indulge in a sublime Bread Pudding with rum sauce.  The full menu can be viewed at, and reservations can be made on OpenTable

Bakery Bar

1179 Annunciation St.

Serving savory dishes and craft cocktails, Bakery Bar wants to treat mom to a laid-back brunch featuring Latin America-meets-Louisiana fare.  Relish in the Mother’s Day Benedict –  mixed greens, fried tomatillo, grilled ham, poached egg, and jalapeno avocado crema; Fried Tomatillo BenedictBasura Patatas – home fries, sautéed onions, bacon, beer cheese; and Fried Chicken Sandwich – with spicy relish on a bun.  The cocktail program is as creative as the menu, with drink names nodding to pop culture.  Inspired by the theme “PRETEND,” a cocktail to try during your visit includes Abolish the Monarchy! – Pimm’s, Lillet Blanc, cucumber bitters, green chartreuse.  For dessert, guests can satisfy their sweet tooth with the Peach Cobbler Flan made by Chef Solano or a slice of Pecan Praline Doberge – a pecan studded white cake separated by layers of caramel pudding and covered with a pecan praline fondant.  Take home a whole doberge cake for Mom or order online at and GoldBelly

 Jack Rose

2031 St. Charles Ave.

The lively restaurant inside the Garden District’s Pontchartrain Hotel, Jack Rose, will feature specialty offerings this Mother’s Day, curated by Chef/Owner Brian Landry.  Mother’s Day specials include Admiral Oysters with pink lemon mignonette; Crawfish Benedict with buttermilk biscuit and creole hollandaise; Halibut with baby vegetables and citrus vinaigrette; and Duck Confit Hash with sunny egg and orange beurre blanc.  Reservations can be made on OpenTable 

Mister Mao

4501 Tchoupitoulas St.

On Sunday, May 14, Mister Mao will host a very special Mother’s Day Dim Sum BBQ.  Perfect for those looking for an alternative to the traditional Mother’s Day brunch, the family-style menu features close to a dozen small plates from the recently returned “Here Comes the Chuck Wagon” roving carts.  A sampling of dishes:

*Florida street corn, epazote, cotija cheese aioli

*Sungold tomato + Louisiana goat cheese shortcakes

*Burnt ends bao buns

*Smoked char siu pork, palm sugar baked beans

*Shrimp on the barbie, peach + chilies

Price – $55 per person (excluding tax and gratuity).  Reservations available on Resy  


1320 Magazine St.

This Mother’s Day, Birdy’s invites locals and visitors to indulge in favorite brunch offerings like Fried Chicken Biscuit with crispy chicken thigh, chicken sausage, jalapeño, and cane syrup country gravy, sunny side egg; Avocado Toast with farm radish, sunflowers seeds, orange, chili flakes, with a farm salad; Birdy’s Burger with two smash patties, Hook’s white cheddar, mustard aioli, lettuce, tomato, pickles, brioche bun, served with a side salad; French Toast; and the Birdy’s Brunch Board served with a donut, granola, slab bacon, hot coppa, bubble waffle, fruit, seasonal jam, mini cookies, mini pancakes, house syrup, triple cream cheese, and soft boiled eggs. 

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