The Best Places in Mississauga for Mother's Day
Mother’s Day is when we celebrate all the loving and hardworking women who gave us life: our moms. We can all probably agree that one day just isn’t enough to honour our mothers, but it’s still a great reason to treat the great women in our lives to something special.
If you haven’t made your reservations yet, here’s a list of places that have crafted special Mother’s Day menus and packages that are sure to make your mom feel like they are truly appreciated for what they do.
Check out Alioli’s Mother’s Day specific menu with tons of delicious meals.
Alioli is located in central Mississauga and has been serving genuine Italian cuisine since 1996. As of now, the restaurant is asking diners to call them at 905-281-1122 to book a Mother’s Day meal.
An afternoon or evening buffet at Breakwater Restaurant at The Waterside Inn will let Mom know she’s special -- and will give each of you some time to relax and unwind over a beautiful meal. Treat both of you: get away from it all at The Waterside Inn on Mother’s Day! Take some time to enjoy spring along the Credit River. Wander through Port Credit’s shops and along the boardwalk. And then enjoy the best brunch in Mississauga or an evening meal in the chic yet casual atmosphere of Mississauga’s award-winning Breakwater Restaurant.
All the traditional brunch and dinner offerings are accentuated by a Charcuterie and Seafood Table; Interactive Chef Stations and Carvery; and of course, you can always finish with selections from our unrivalled Waterside Inn Sweet Table! Reconnect with your Mom in the casual elegance of Breakwater Restaurant at The Waterside Inn. Breakwater may be the only restaurant in Mississauga to have a 3.5-star rating from Toronto Life, the Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator and a CAA 4 Diamond Award -- but the real awards we get every day are the smiles and thanks from satisfied guests.
Come experience the difference at Breakwater Restaurant at The Waterside Inn. And make it a Mother’s Day she’ll never forget.
Check out menus here: Mississauga’s Best Mother’s Day Brunch.
For reservations, call (905) 891-6225.
Celebrate Mother’s Day at The Wilcox and enjoy the stylish resto’s newest menu items.
Executive chef Humberto Sanchez is the creative talent behind the menu who happened to also be a contestant on Chopped Canada.
The Wilcox Gastropub is located on the corner of Hurontario and Eglinton and is situated in the Wilcox House - one of Mississauga’s oldest Heritage Homes which features Greek and Gothic detailing and was built by Amos and Charles Wilcox in 1850.
The Glenerin Inn is hosting a Mother’s Day buffet ($56.95) from 11 am to 7 pm on May 12 for. Built in 1927, the Tudor-style stone Inn is a heritage building, with a resort-like ambience. The restaurant has a special menu for Mother’s Day brunch. And if you want to give your mother an extra-special treat, the Inn has a spa with all kinds of pampering services. Check out the Glenerin Inn website to book your table today.
Michael’s Back Door is a beautiful restaurant well known to locals. It is located at the back of a building in Clarkson off of Lakeshore Rd. and is truly a hidden gem since it is completely hidden from public view. As you park in the back alley, you will find a glass solarium protruding from the back. It’s almost like you are walking into a secret location. Michael’s Back Door has been serving Italian fare since 1981 and is a great choice for Mother’s Day, as it’s offering a three-course lunch ($39.95) and a four-course dinner ($44.95).
From May 6th to the 12th, this Cajun seafood restaurant is offering a Mother’s Day feast of a lobster dish with your choice of sides. The Captain’s Boil is known for quickly boiling and serving its fine seafood, complete with aromatic Asian spices to enhance the flavour of their meals. Their store can be found on 720 Burnhamthorpe Rd W, Mississauga, ON. Check out the Captain’s Boil for more info on the week-long deal.
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