Celebrate Mother’s Day 2017 With Brunch Around St. Louis

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Need A List of Mother’s Day Brunch Options Around St. Louis For 2017? We Have A List

Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, May 14 this year. Do you have a gift picked out for your mother yet? Is it a tradition for you to take mom out to a Mother’s Day brunch around town? Here’s a list of Mother’s Day brunch options around St. Louis

Mother's Day 2017 in St. Louis

Mother’s Day Brunch Options Around St. Louis

The Boathouse in Forest Park

Reservations sold out. Limited walk-ins available.

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Lucas Park Grille

Full Buffet. $35 adults/$12 children 5-12. Under 5: Free

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Iron Barley

Buffett. $18 per person. Under 5: Free

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Helen Fitzgerald’s

Lunch buffett 10 AM – 2 PM. Adults $22.99 Kids 3-10 $10.99

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Mother’s Day Jazz Brunch at Evangeline’s Bistro

Featuring Miss Jubilee 11:30 AM – 2: 30 PM

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Mother’s Day Brunch at 9th Street Abbey In Soulard

10 AM – 2 PM $38 adults $17 children 6-12


Chase Park Plaza

10 Am – 2 PM Adults $67 Children 5-12 $29

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Looking For Something Other Than Brunch?

The St. Louis Cardinals take on the Chicago Cubs in an afternoon game at Busch Stadium on Sunday. Jake Arrieta takes the mound for the Cubs. Adam Wainwright is scheduled to pitch for the Cardinals after a shakeup in the weekend pitching schedule involving Michael Wacha. 

The first 30,000 fans 16 and over receive a glass Cardinals picture frame. You love baseball and mom loves pictures and the frames they go in, right?

(That’s a joke about dumb things people get offended by.)

Need some gift ideas for mom? Check out Uncommon Goods. 

Chaifetz Arena is hosting the Mother’s Day Music Festival on Sunday featuring Anthony Hamilton, Joe and Raheem Devaughn.

Chance The Rapper plays Scottrade Center Sunday night, while Eric Chruch is there Saturday Night.

Do you know of other great events for mom going on this weekend? Let us know in the comments.

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