Mother’s Day Brunch at Eddie Merlot’s

Eddie Merlot’s invites you to enjoy a fabulous Mother’s Day Brunch. It’s one of the biggest days of the year for dining out, and with good reason. Mom deserves it. It’s the one day a year (really, there should be more) when Mom is guaranteed she won’t have to cook.

Cedar Plank Salmon

Make your reservations now for Sunday, May 13. Brunch is served from 11 a.m. through 2 p.m.

Our Brunch buffet features a made to order omelet station and full selection of other hot breakfast items, fresh fruit salad, smoked salmon, peel and eat shrimp, fresh vegetables, creamed corn, roasted garlic mashed potatoes, Eddie’s famous macaroni and cheese, chicken, cedar-plank salmon, a carving station featuring Prime beef tenderloin with Diane sauce and spiral glazed ham. We will also offer a fantastic selection of our mouth-watering desserts complete with a make your own brownie and ice cream station, dessert bars, cakes and delectable bites.

If Mom prefers dinner, we will be open for dinner beginning at 4 p.m., a slightly earlier time to accommodate the many guests we’re expecting.

Getting ahead of the game will put you on Mom’s good side – and may make you the favorite among the siblings. If you want to ensure it, top off your meal at Eddie Merlot’s with the gift of our cookbook, which you can purchase online or in the restaurants.


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