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Mother’s Day Brunch About Town

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Eggs Benedict with bacon at Mary's Gourmet DinerLet Mom sleep in this Mother’s Day and don’t let her cook a thing! (I hope my family is reading this.) There are lots of great brunch options around town. Here is a list of yummy options:

1703 Restaurant

This fine dining restaurant offers a Mothers Day Brunch buffet from 10:30am – 2:00pm. Reservations required.

1703 Robinhood Rd
(336) 725-5767

6th & Vine

Located in the heart of the Arts District, this hot spot also serves wine (of course!), Mimosas and Bloody Mary’s and half-priced wine. Saturday and Sunday Brunch 11-3.

209 W. 6th St
(336) 725-5577

Finnigan’s Wake

Also tucked in the Arts District, Finnigan’s has Saturday brunch at 11am and Sunday brunch starting 11am – 3pm, complete with Bloody Mary’s & mimosas. Organic eggs available upon request for $1 surcharge.
Outdoor seating available.

620 N. Trade St
(336) 733-0322

Graylyn Estate (NO Mothers Day Brunch 2017)

Graze: New American Restaurant

This downtown culinary treasure is located inside the Marriott hotel. Chef Richards is preparing Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet from 11am – 3pm. The special menu includes a carving station with prime rib and Salmon Wellington, made-to-order omelet and waffle stations, salads, desserts a glass of champagne or a mimosa and complimentary valet parking. Reservations suggested. Adults $45.95, seniors $29.95, children 5-12 $12.95, children 4 and under eat free. Reservations recommended. Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet menu.

425 N. Cherry St

Hutch & Harris

Located on Fourth Street, this restaurant has an interesting menu of American and seafood fare and is an undiscovered gem for brunch as you can normally get in without a reservation! But, we wouldn’t recommend you test this theory on Mother’s Day. Full bar and special brunch drinks, including $4 mimosas and Bloody Marys! Limited outdoor seating available.

424 W. Fourth St
(336) 721-1336

Jeffrey Adams on 4th

Also located on Fourth Street, Jeffrey Adams offers Sunday Brunch menu and $5 Bloody Mary’s. Opens at 11am.

321 W. Fourth St
(336) 448-1714

The Katharine at the Kimpton Cardinal

This elegant restaurant found in the Kimpton Cardinal hotel in the historic RJ Reynolds building downtown blends traditional French brasserie fare with southern cooking. The Katharine is offering a Mothers Day Grand Buffet from 8am-3pm for $43 per person/$17 for children ages 4 – 12. Children under 4 eat free. Wine, local beer and craft cocktails available at an additional charge. Reservations required.

401 N. Main St
(336) 761-0203

Mary’s Gourmet Diner

This farm-to-table restaurant in the Arts District downtown has breakfast in its name, so you know it’s their specialty! Patio seating available. For lots of fun, check out their annual Drag Brunch in early May. Enjoy strolling Sunday the Downtown Arts District on Trade after brunch.

723 N. Trade St
(336) 723-7239

Meridian Restaurant (NO Mother’s Day Brunch 2017)

Midtown Cafe & Dessertery

This Stratford Road restaurant serves breakfast all day, every day. And, Mother’s Day is not exception! Outdoor seating available along with lots of dessert options, too. Reservations recommended.

151 S. Stratford Rd
(336) 724-9800

Milner’s American Southern

This restaurant on Stratford Road offer just what it says it does – a new take on many of your Southern favorites in a warm and inviting space. Reservations recommended.

630 S. Stratford Rd
(336) 703-5400

Milner Brothers (Closed)


Mozelle’s Fresh Southern Bistro

This downtown gem serves up brunch with a Southern flair. Mimosas available “sometimes.” Outdoor seating available. Reservations recommended. Saturday and Sunday Brunch 11am – 3pm. Reservations recommended.

878 W. Fourth St
(336) 721-1336

A Noble Grille (formerly Noble’s grille)

Always an upscale experience, Rooster’s: A Noble Grille will be offering a Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet (no other brunch offered) served from 11am – 3pm. Reservations recommended.

380 Knollwood St
(336) 777-8477

Old Fourth Street Filling Station

Sunday Brunch served from 10am – 3 pm. Outdoor seating available. Reservations recommended.

871 W. Fourth St
(336) 724-7600

Piedmont Club (Closed)


River Birch Lodge

This restaurant on Robinhood Road serves up “Mountain casual dining.” Weekend Brunch includes mimosas, Bloody Mary’s and an assortment of brunch cocktails. The gluten-free menu is a plus! Outdoor seating available. Opens Saturday at 11am, Sunday at 9am. Brunch will be served until 3pm with a special Mother’s Day feature. Reservations recommended.

3324 Robinhood Rd
(336) 768-1111

Sweet Potatoes

A true southern-style restaurant offers some great soul food options for brunch in the downtown Arts District of Winston-Salem. Sunday Brunch served 10:30am – 3pm. 

529 N. Trade St
(336) 727-4844

The Porch Kitchen and Cantina

Showcasing fresh tex-mex and a great assortment of breakfast and lunch options, The Porch also offers delicious bloody mary’s and margaritas. Sunday Brunch is served 11am – 3pm. Reservations recommended.

840 Mill Works St
(336) 893-8361

The Tavern in Old Salem

Located in Old Salem, this spot features a cultural experience and delicious German/Moravian style foods. Bring mom here for an authentic taste of Winston-Salem. Serving Sunday Brunch 11am – 3pm. Sunday Brunch menu changes every Sunday. Reservations recommended.

736 S. Main St
(336) 722-1227

Village Tavern

With two locations in Winston-Salem and lots of seating, this fully-featured menu never disappoints to have something for everyone. A variety of brunch cocktails are available, as well as wine, beer and craft brews. The Hanes Mall (Griffith Rd) location is a great choice if you are dining with kids. Sunday Brunch is served 10am-3pm. Gluten free menu available. Outdoor seating available. Reservations recommended.

2000 Griffith Rd
(336) 748-0221

221 Reynolda Village
(336) 748-0221

What’s your favorite local restaurant for brunch?

Kristi was born and raised just up the road in Mount Airy (a.k.a. Mayberry) and frequented Winston-Salem often growing up for school field trips, shopping, and dining. After attending Appalachian State University, and a brief stint living in Southern Virginia, Kristi returned to Winston-Salem, NC in 1999 and began her work in non-profit, public relations and writing. She and her family enjoy the convenience of living near downtown Winston-Salem. She enjoys the arts, photography and cooking. "I'm a small town girl at heart, but Winston-Salem isn't an overwhelming city. It is rich with friendly people, history, culture and has a vibrant art community and that is why I am proud to call this "My Winston-Salem!"

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