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Five Mother's Day Feasts

Looking to spoil Mom this Sunday? We rounded up five of the Vail Valley's most decadent Mother's Day brunches to do just that.

By Vail-Beaver Creek Staff May 9, 2018

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Hotel Talisa

11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Vail Village

Hotel Talisa's culinary (and creekside) space Gessner Restaurant opens for an a la carte Mother's Day brunch, with live music and mimosas complementing the speciality spread. Reservations are a must.

The Sebastian

10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Vail Village

Haven't wined and dined at The Sebastian's weekly Sunday brunch? Treat Mom to unlimited small plates style eats, like slow roasted short rib hash and duck carnitas—plus, (arguably the best part) tableside rosé service ($42 per adult, $20 per child, $24 for bottomless Bloody Mary's and Mimosas, reservations are a must).

The Sonnenalp

10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Vail Village

Spoil Mom with a buffet spread at Ludwig's terrace at the Sonnenalp in Vail Village, where the hotel will be dishing up plate after plate from their omelette station and prime rib carving bar, among others ($64 per adult, $32 per child, reservations are a must). Or, head to Harvest—the restaurant at the Sonnenalp Club’s Singletree clubhouse in Edwards—where stunning views from the patio pair with with an equally-as-impressive brunch spread, complete its own kid-friendly breakfast and lunch buffet (9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., $39 per adult, $19 per child, reservations are a must).

The Four Seasons

11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Vail Village

Moms get the five-star treatment at Flame, the Four Seasons' fine dining space, with an impressive buffet spread (including caviar, carving stations, and breakfast staples), plus a pop-up flower shop to spoil all your leading ladies with a corsage for the occasion ($95 per person, reservations are a must).

The Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa 

11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Avon

The Westin's in-house restaurant Maya opens its doors for a special Sunday brunch buffet honoring Mom with breakfast staples like carved honey glazed ham and chocolate waffles, plus specialty items like chicken pozole and adobo beef enchiladas ($38 per adult, $15 per child, reservations recommended).

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