Caribbean French toast, topped with freshly shaved coconut, will be among… (Chris Wessling )
Families planning to spend Mother’s Day (May 12) in Las Vegas can choose from a variety of dining options created for moms and only available on their special day.
Central Michel Richard inside Caesars Palace promises mothers a special brunch for $25 a person. The two-course menu includes a fresh fruit salad, a fruit parfait or lox as an appetizer. The entree choices include Caribbean French toast made with piña colada mix and topped with fresh-shaved coconut. Moms will be treated to one complimentary mimosa and raspberry macaroons. Brunch begins at 11 a.m. Info: (702) 650-5921.
Mothers can also take a break from cooking at Public House Las Vegas at Luxor. The $25 brunch special features bottomless mimosas and one of several signature dishes, including eggs Benedict made with tender short ribs topped with Hollandaise sauce and served on a French roll. The brunch will be served from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Info: (702) 262-4525.
Folks who need to put their feet up after a day on the town may wish to unwind over pitchers of sangria at Rhumbar inside the Mirage. Pitchers of either white or red sangria will be available on Mother’s Day for $40. There’s no extra charge for some of the best people-watching in town from Rhumbar’s patio overlooking the Strip.
For a more refined wind-down, head over to Bellagio for afternoon tea at Petrossian Bar. An assortment of imported teas is accompanied by petite pastries, finger sandwiches, and scones with clotted cream. The tea is served from 1-4 p.m. and is priced at $35 per person. Info: (702) 693-7111, Ext. 6163.
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