If you need ideas for Sunday, I’ve got the list of the best Chattanooga Restaurants to take Mom for Mother’s Day brunch! Links to my reviews are included where applicable!
It’s no secret that I love The Honest Pint, and if your mom prefers something a little less fru-fru then The Pint’s Sunday brunch might be just what the doctor ordered. Corned beef hash, check! Not to mention that their regular menu is also available. The Honest Pint opens at 11 a.m. daily. Check out their menu here.
Those Daily Ration guys are killing the breakfast/brunch game. Their menu features out-of-the-box plays one your favorite brunch classics, like Southern Benedict. I’m all in. The Daily Ration is open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sundays. Check out their menu here.
1885 is no doubt one of Chattanooga’s most popular brunch spots. Their limited brunch menu guarantees that the few things that they do will be done well. I love dining on their patio, and I bet Mom will too. 1885 Grill is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sundays. Check out their menu here.
Public House isn’t normally open on Sundays but they make an exception for Mom. They offer a Mother’s Day buffet from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. ($30 adults/$15 children 5-12/no charge for children under 5). You can make reservations by calling 423-266-3366. Check out the buffet menu here.
The brunch at Easy Bistro is worth it for the cinnamon rolls alone, but no matter what you order you’ll be glad you took Mom here. Easy Bistro serves brunch from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sundays. To make reservations, visit the Easy Bistro website and click on the reservations link or call 423-266-1121. Check out Easy Bistro’s menu here.
Those Daily Ration guys know how to do brunch right, and their other restaurant, The Bitter Alibi, may well be my favorite brunch spot in town. You can’t go wrong with The Arnold and a cold brew, but don’t let me tell you what to do. BA is open from 9 a.m. to midnight on Sundays. You can check out their menu here.
I haven’t had brunch at Beast + Barrel, but I’ve always enjoyed their regular menu. Plus, they have a bellini/mimosa bar and a bloody Mary bar. And if your mom enjoys unique cocktails, this is her spot. Beast + Barrel opens at 10 a.m. on Sundays. Brunch is served until 2 p.m. then they switch to the regular menu. Check out their menu here.
The brunch menu at Food Works includes lots of their regular menu favorites, like the burger, sweet potato chips with blue cheese fondue, and shrimp & grits, plus lots of delicious brunch-only options, like my personal favorite, Mother & Child (chicken on a biscuit with a fried egg and gravy). Mimosas are $1 (!!!!) and a Bloody Mary is $3.50. Brunch is served all day (10 a.m. to 9 p.m.) on Sunday. For reservations, call 423-752-7487 or book online here. Check out their menu here.
I haven’t been to Five Chattanooga yet, but a co-worker recently told me that their Easter brunch was excellent. Like Beast + Barrel, Five Bar features a bloody Mary bar for their brunch crowd. Brunch is served 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sundays. For reservations, call 423-777-4120 or book online here. Check out their menu here.
Oops, so all of my images say NINE place to take mom, but a reader pointed out to me that The Big Chill & Grill serves a great brunch. I haven’t had it, but the food that I have eaten there was excellent. Plus they have a Monte Cristo on their brunch menu. That is reason enough to try their brunch, in my opinion. Not to mention that they have what might be the most comprehensive menu of frozen mixed drinks in the Chattanooga area (be careful – they’re stronger than you think). The Big Chill is open from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. daily. Check out their brunch menu here.