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A Date With Mom

Celebrate Mother’s Day and reminisce on all the good times as you continue to make lasting memories over a meal. With specialty menus just for the occasion, these places will have Mom appreciating the loving effort.

Fearing's almond French toast with vanilla bean creme Anglaise, tropical fruit pico de gallo, cajeta and sugar cane-glazed ham steak

1. Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck
Atop Reunion Tower, modern culinary interpretations and Asian cuisine converge. Go traditional with “Bacon & Eggs” featuring seared diver scallop, confit bacon, fried quail egg and black pepper herb jus. Take it to the next level with a dim sum trio with crystal chive dumpling, crispy spring roll and pork belly dumplings. 300 Reunion Blvd., 214.741.5560, wolfgangpuck.com

2. Fearing’s
This Uptown hot spot at The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas will have her rejoicing over the almond French toast and other delectables. 2121 McKinney Ave., 214.922.4848, fearingsrestaurant.com

3. Stephan Pyles
You’re Mom’s own work of art, and after enjoying the acclaimed Dallas Arts District restaurant brunch, treat her to a stroll through nearby Klyde Warren Park and a visit to one of the abundant museums, all within walking distance. 1807 Ross Ave., Ste. 200, 214.580.7000, stephanpyles.com

4. Nick & Sam’s
This Dallas staple offers prime steaks, chops and seafood, but if that’s too hearty, the restaurant offers an assortment of brunch stations with lighter fare. 3008 Maple Ave., 214.871.7444, nick-sams.com

5. Abacus
Kent Rathbun’s seasonal menu boasts the kind of easy and elegant Pacific Rim influences that moms (and everyone else) appreciate. Dinner, from 5-9 pm; 4511 McKinney Ave., 214.559.3113, kentrathbun.com

6. Mansion Restaurant
Treat mom to a specialty menu by executive chef Bruno Davaillon amid the elegant surroundings of the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek. This legendary five-star restaurant serves up unrivaled French-influenced, American cuisine. 2821 Turtle Creek Blvd., 214.443.4747, rosewoodhotels.com