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7 Restaurant to Dine this Mother’s Day in the Philadelphia Suburbs

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Blackfish BYOB

Chef and owner Chip Roman is creating a special four-course Mother’s Day dinner menu, that will be served from 4-9 p.m. Look for selections of English pea soup, blue crab risotto and Lancaster County chicken. House made desserts include goat cheese panna cotta, passionfruit semifreddo and lemon poppy beignets.

119 Fayette St., Conshohocken, (610) 397-0888.

Bright Spot Cafe

Offering brunch fit for a queen, Bright Spot Café is upping the atne with a complimentary mimosa so mom can relax in this casual sunny spot in Eagleview. Chicken and waffles, shrimp and grits and a slew of skillet dishes are made with fresh ingredients. Explore health-conscious dishes without the guilt, including the must-have signature cauliflower home fries.

541 Wellington Square, Exton, (484) 909-3284.

Fork & Bottle

Toast to Mom with a complimentary mimosa at this celebratory buffet brunch. Delve into cinnamon rum brioche French toast, citrus-marinated grilled chicken breast with mango-pineapple salsa and chipotle agave sauce or honey lavender glazed salmon fillet with teriyaki-ginger sauce. The kids get their own buffet and decadent desserts are a must at this award-winning hotel.

1 Liberty Blvd., Malvern, (610) 296-9800.

Louette’s BYO

Chef Steve Howells and partner Lauryn Brown are introducing brunch at Louette’s, which will debut on Mother’s Day. This Phoenixville darling will offer a menu that blends a love of hyper-local vegetables and herbs for dishes like hanger steak and eggs served with hash browns, an open-face croque monsieur, house-made duck ham and brioche served with gruyere cheese and grainy mustard sauce. Save room for cinnamon rolls with a vanilla cream cheese pecan crumble.

106 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (484) 924-9906.


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Savona Restaurant

Savona will serve an all-day Mother’s Day menu to celebrate mom. Expect golden fried artichokes, burgundy-braised beef short ribs, or go for one of the special “extras” like the artisanal cheese trolley. Keep things jovial with well-presented cocktails including the Runaway, Golden Fig Sour or the decadent Black Forest Gateau.

100 Old Gulph Road, King of Prussia, (610) 520-1200.

Stottsville Inn

Take a Sunday drive and enjoy the country ambience at this family-owned historic inn. The brunch menu provides casual farm-to-table fare featuring a breakfast board that delivers grilled bread, local preserves, Pequea Valley yogurt, granola, red beet deviled eggs and honey. Or go all out with a crab, smoked ham or grilled-ramp bennie. Kids will love the s’more pancakes.

3512 Strasburg Road, Coatesville, (484) 718-5121.


Related: Thanks to New Owners, the Historic Sottsville Inn has Been Revived


White Dog Cafe

Surround yourelf by whimsical portrayls of man’s best friend at this cozy spot. Imbibe on craft cocktails, bubbly wines and seasonal beer as you delve into the spring menu on offer. Think Polish potato dumplings, oysters on the half shell, versallo salmon and pork milanese paired with sides like Chinese broccoli, Kennett Square mushrooms and truffle parmesan fries.

200 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne, (610) 225-3700.

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