Mother’s Day is just around the corner. It’s time to put on our Sunday best and celebrate all the mothers, grandmothers and mother-figures in our lives.
Whether you’re looking for the perfect brunch spot in the city to a gift for mom, we’ve got you covered with a guide of where you should eat, shop and do for Mother’s Day in Detroit.
Even with Mother’s Day quickly approaching on Sunday, May 13, there’s still a few brunch spots in the city with open reservations:
Red Dunn Kitchen (1331 Trumbull Ave)
Red Dunn Kitchen is offering brunch on Mother’s Day, featuring menu items like crab cake benedict and vegan biscuits and gravy.
Parc (800 Woodward Ave)
Relatively new to Campus Martius, Parc is featuring a Mother’s Day brunch buffet, complete with a Bloody Mary bar.
Rattlesnake Club (300 River Place Dr.)
Scottish salmon, roast prime rib of beef, crab cakes, omelets and more, Rattlesnake Club is serving up a Mother’s Day brunch you won’t want to miss.
Maru Sushi (160 W Fort St.)
Alongside their typical sushi menu lineup, Maru will feature mimosas, French-pressed coffee and more traditional brunch favorites on Mother’s Day.
Don’t forget the gifts! Local Detroit shops and boutiques have got you covered, from chocolates to the traditional bouquets:
Bon Bon Bon (719 Griswold St.)
Who doesn’t love chocolate? Bon Bon Bon is your go-to destination for a box of chocolates for mom. They even have a special Mother’s Day bon called “Carda-Mom.”
Blumz (2240 Library St.)
For fresh flowers and beautiful bouquets, head over to Blumz for spectacular arrangements for Mom.
City Bird (460 W Canfield)
Cards, candles and jewelry – City Bird has it all! You’re sure to find unique, locally-sourced gifts from Detroit vendors and brands.
Bird Bee (1228 Griswold St.)
From home decorations to clothes and jewelry, Bird Bee is a new boutique in downtown Detroit that has gifts for every occasion.
Depending on your mom’s interests, there are plenty activities you can do on a Sunday in Detroit. Here are a few things you can do:
Woodhouse Day Spa (1447 Woodward Ave)
Give your mom the gift of relaxation this Mother’s Day by booking a massage at Woodhouse Day Spa.
Detroit Princess Riverboat
If your mother loves Motown, book her a cruise on the Detroit Princess Riverboat that features dinner and Motown entertainment.
It’s never too late to plan the perfect Mother’s Day. Whether you plan on brunching in a local Detroit restaurant or tip-toeing through the tulips in Campus Martius Park, you’re sure to find that Detroit has no shortage of things to do for mom.
What are your Mother’s Day plans this Sunday? Let us know in the comments below!