Best Restaurants for Mother's Day in Toronto

Celebrate Mom with the fabulous restaurants.

Quanto Basta Enoteca

1112 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4W 2L6

On Sunday, May 10th, celebrate Mom with the well-heeled at Quanto Basta. Mother’s Day Bunch in Rosedale, fine dining Italian fare, and those flowers you picked up on the way? It’s simple, yet so perfect.

Katsura Japanese Restaurant

900 York Mills Rd, North York, ON M3B 3H2

Brunch is a popular choice for Mother’s Day, but what about dinner instead? Katsura is offering two Mother's Day prix fixe menus this holiday Sunday. The main dining prix fixe menu features a main course of gindara (black cod) with shrimp and vegetable tempura, while the teppan menu features sirloin, chicken, black tiger shrimp and teppanyaki-style vegetables. Either way, Mom will be impressed.

Mariposa Cruises

It’s supposed to be beautiful on Sunday, so take Mom out on the lake. And while this isn’t technically a restaurant, with new Executive Chef Damien Wlodarczyk now at the helm, it kind of is. From an appearance on MasterChef Canada to a modernization of the menus (think dinner with beer can chicken, kale salad, and flambeed ouzo-marinated shrimp skewers), this is cruising in style. Mariposa Cruises' Mother's Day Brunch Cruise aboard the Northern Spirit includes a two-hour cruise on the Toronto harbour and a fresh buffet brunch.

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