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Where to Go for a Mother’s Day Meal in the Hudson Valley

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Treat mother dearest to a gourmet brunch or dinner at a favorite restaurant or bring the celebration home with takeout specials.

By Sabrina Sucato, Raphael Beretta, and Anthony Minda

Mother’s Day is right around the corner in the Hudson Valley. How are you commemorating the occasion? Will you surprise her with a shipment of her favorite local wine? Or maybe send her a card via snail mail? (Don’t forget the gift: Have you picked up the perfect present from a local maker?)

For the mom who appreciates the rich restaurant scene in the Hudson Valley, there’s no better gift than a delectable meal out (or a takeout meal in) from one of her favorite eateries. However you choose to dine, these are the eateries to look out for.

Apropos Restaurant & Bar

Peekskill
12-7 p.m., $70/person

Apropos hits Mother’s Day out of the park with a spread that ranges from refreshing salads and ricotta toast with hazelnuts to roasted sea bass with local heirloom carrots. For dessert, the dreamy moscato panna cotta is the only way to go. Make your reservation as soon as possible, for this local hotspot books up fast.

 

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Blu Pointe

Newburgh
Brunch, $42.95

This year, Blu Pointe hosts an extra-special Mother’s Day meal with a view. To top things off, the restaurant is offering a buffet-style brunch, during which guests can pick from a variety of offerings. Of course, there will be classics like bagels and lox, pancakes, and waffles. Craving something on the savory side? The Atlantic salmon is a favorite, and comes with citrus beurre blanc, herb farro, and a side of baby spinach.

Caffe Regatta

Pelham
All day, a la carte

The Pelham eatery offers standard brunch fare with decidedly oceanic twists. (Eggs Benedict with Maine lobster, anyone?) Hungry moms can go big at brunch with a frilled rack of lamb, filet mignon, and much more. Desserts and cocktails are on the lineup, too, so throw in a few mimosas when you place your order.

City Winery

Montgomery

Who could say no to the decadent offerings on the brunch and dinner menus? Factor in City Winery’s award-winning selection of vino, and you’re looking at an unbeatable Mother’s Day dining experience. Start your day off with the stuffed brioche French toast, or tie a bow on your evening with the date walnut mint pesto.

Nicole’s Restaurant

Albany
Brunch, $40/person

Look to Nicole’s for dreamy Mother’s Day fare this year. The brunch consists of three courses, with bites ranging from biscuits and gravy to prime rib and eggs to mini cannoli and tiramisu. Every mom should indulge in at least one of the masterfully crafted cocktails. Paloma mimosas, berry sangria, and espresso martinis will get the party started this year.

 

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The Greekish

Nyack
Prix-fixe dinner, $65/person

This Mother’s Day, Chef Constantine Kalandranis and his team put out classic dinner options like a beef brisket gyro platter and grilled lamb frites. This three-course dinner features other mouthwatering dishes like a mixed grill souvlaki surf and turf, served with fresh pita and tzatziki. Hungry already? We totally get it.

The Century House

Latham
Prix-fixe dinner, $59/person

This restaurant’s dine-in menu for Mother’s Day will leave you wanting more…that is, if you aren’t full afterward! Start your meal with the strawberry champagne salad, which includes field greens, strawberries, goat cheese, and a beautiful champagne vinaigrette. Entrees are to die for, including the lobster tail that comes with buttery rice and asparagus. The prime rib is decadent as ever and is served with mashed potatoes, a popover, and a delicious horseradish cream. Desserts are also part of the package, with everything from an airy chocolate mousse to creme brulee on the menu.

 

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The Falcon

Marlboro
Buffet style, $25/person

If your mother is a live music lover, this is the place to be. With a buffet selection that draws from southern comfort classics and a live band, you can count on The Falcon to deliver a truly unique Mother’s Day experience. You may opt for a morning session (10 a.m. to 12 p.m.) or early afternoon (1 p.m. to 3 p.m.) to grab a drink, enjoy a plate of biscuits and gravy, and tap your feet to The Saints of Swing!

Diamond Mills Hotel & Tavern

Saugerties
Prix-fixe brunch and dinner, $95/adult and $22/child

Chef Marcos delivers a special brunch and dinner for all mothers and their loved ones in honor of the holiday. If you go for brunch, held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., get ready to dig into everything from vegan fried “chicken” and waffles to local blueberry baked French toast. For dinner, meanwhile, diners can start with small bites like a beef carpaccio and crab salad before diving into the herb-roasted Cornish hen or the vegan cauliflower steak. P.S. Save room for dessert, since the dark tropic chart with chocolate mousse and passionfruit curd is a showstopper.

Milano Restaurant & Bar

Latham
Takeout dinner, $78-88/two

Designed for two, Milano’s takeout spread comes ready to heat with instructions. Orders must be placed by May 5 for pickup on May 7 from 2-4:30 p.m. The rack of lamb, short rib, and filet mignon will certainly please any meat-loving households. For after dinner, the vanilla bean cheesecake looks particularly light, airy, and delicious. Don’t forget the olive oil cake served with citrus ricotta or the flourless chocolate cake, the latter which is ideal for any gluten-abstaining diners.

Shadows on the Hudson

Poughkeepsie
A la carte dinner

Shadows has a gorgeous Mother’s Day dinner for the holiday. The menu will dazzle tastebuds, with bites like ahi tuna tostadas filled with a sweet chili ponzu, candied jalapenos, scallions, and tangy wasabi mayo. For dessert, indulge in vanilla bean creme brulee, made with mixed berries, vanilla chantilly cream, and chocolate garnish. See you there?

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