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Here’s how to treat mom on Mother’s Day in the Vail Valley

From brunch to dinner and arts and crafts, celebrate mom in a variety of ways this weekend

Mother’s Day is this Sunday, so if your greeting card isn’t in the mail, make sure to hop on the phone and call your mom. According to some 122 million calls are made on the second Sunday in May each year and the greeting card is the most popular gift with 152 million Mother’s Day cards sent out annually. Mother’s Day also marks the third highest-selling holiday for flowers and plants, behind Valentine’s Day and the Christmas/Hanukkah season.

If you can celebrate with your mom in person, here are a few ideas on what to do and where to go in the Vail Valley. Taking mom out to eat is a popular option, but make a reservation as Mother’s Day also is typically a busy day for restaurants.

Dining Options

Stoke & Rye



Enjoy brunch, mimosas and more at Stoke and Rye on Sunday for Mother’s Day.
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Stoke & Rye at the Westin Riverfront Resort and Spa will offer a Mother’s Day buffet featuring an omelet and seafood station, biscuits and chorizo with gravy, a dessert bar and more. There will also be Bloody Mary’s and bottomless mimosas. The price is $80 for adults and $22 for kids aged 6 to 12 and kids 5 and under are free. Enjoy the buffet from 7 a.m.-1 p.m. on Mother’s Day. Reservations are recommended by calling 970-790-5500 or going to .

Leonora

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Executive chef Kevin Erving of Leonora Restaurant at The Sebastian Vail has been working on a menu that includes all your brunch classics and more like made-to-order omelets and waffles, strawberry rhubarb baked French toast, roasted prime rib and honey roasted salmon. Adults are priced at $75 and kids 12 and under are $45. To make mom feel even more special, there are complimentary mimosas for each mother. Everyone can join the party with Bottomless Mimosas for $30. Brunch is from 9 a.m. to noon with live music starting at 10 a.m. Call 970-477-8050 for reservations.

La Tour

La Tour restaurant in Vail is inviting moms to come in for a special Mother’s Day Brunch on Sunday between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Indulge in some wild Burgundy escargot or a warm basket of madeleines dipped in lemon curd for the table before moving on to the next course of omelet du fromage with creamy gournay herb cheese or avocado toast with pepitas and hemp seeds. There are also bottomless mimosas or other fun cocktails like a strawberry gin fizz or a kir royale.  

Northside Kitchen

Come to Northside Kitchen for Mother’s Day brunch or enjoy 25% off your entire bill if you come in for dinner.
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Breakfast is always a good idea at Northside Coffee and Kitchen in Avon but it’s especially good because mom gets a free mimosa. Choose from some of their menu classics like filet n’ eggs, huevos rancheros or blueberry or chocolate pancakes. Busy during the day? Come in for dinner where mom will get a free glass of prosecco. Don’t forget, you get 25% off the entire dinner bill during offseason so indulge in lobster and shrimp risotto, filet mignon and Jim’s pesto Gnocchi.  

Makoto Vail

Enjoy a multi-course dinner at Makoto Vail for Mother’s Day on Sunday.
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Makoto Vail at Grand Hyatt Vail will also host a Mother’s Day dinner featuring a five-course dinner. $95 per person gets you the Kodai No Hana, a welcome cocktail with Tengu-No Doburoku sake, Haku Vodka, yuzu and agave nectar. Enjoy crudo santemore, with a choice of salmon truffle, hamachi onzu, or umami kanpachi. In addition to sushi, the meal includes Chef Makoto’s signature Koji Butter Dry Aged Steak served with smoked shishito sauce and Makoto Salad with wasabi miso dressing. Wrap up the meal with a great dessert. This is a must if your mom is a sushi lover.

Hooked

in honor of Beaver Creek’s 44th ski season Hooked in Beaver Creek Village is offering 44% off its dinner and bar menu from May 10-23. Reservations are required.

Spa treatments

Treat mom to a little pampering and take advantage of the off-season deals going on at area spas.

Spa Anjali at the Westin Riverfront Resort and Spa

  • $129 for a 50-minute custom facial or custom massage (reg. $175)
  • $199 for an 80-minute custom facial or custom massage (reg. $250)
  • 20% off all other services (excluding salon and waxing)

Well & Being Spa at The Hythe Vail

  • $139 for a 50-minute Grounding Massage or Hydrating Facial
  • $219 for an 80-minute Grounding Massage or Hydrating Facial

Bloom Spa at the Sebastian Vail

  • $139 for a 50-minute custom massage or signature facial

The Spa at the Sonnenalp Hotel Vail

  • Save 25% off select services

Gravity Haus

  • Relax and Recover with a Haus Signature Massage
  • $129 for 50 minutes
  • $199 for 80 minutes

Exhale at Park Hyatt Beaver Creek

  • $149 for a 50-minute Flow massage or True facial
  • $209 for a 80-minute Flow massage or True facial
  • $280 for the Perfect Spa Day package: 50-minute fusion massage and 50-minute True facial

Creative gifts

Give your mom a gift that you create. There are a couple of options for handcrafted gifts this weekend where you and her can participate in making something special together.

Flowerpot decorating

Decorate a flowerpot with your mom this Saturday with Avon Recreation Center at the Metcalf Cabin in Avon.
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The Avon Recreation Center is hosting a Mother’s Day flowerpot decorating class on Saturday at the Metcalf Cabin next to Nottingham Lake. Get creative and add your own personal flair with an array of materials and designs to choose from. You can pick from a variety of flowers and watch the flowers grow over time. One registration gets you a flowerpot with the option of buying an additional pot, your choice of flower seeds and art supplies. The price runs $10-$15 and the event happens from noon to 3 p.m.

Cupcakes and Canvas

Alpine Arts Center is hosting a Cupcakes and Canvas event for Mother’s Day on Sunday.
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Share a fun painting experience by joining the instructor at Alpine Arts Center in Edwards for a step-by-step process of painting a Vail sunset scene. All the materials will be provided to take you from a blank canvas to your own personal masterpiece. The class runs from 2-3:30 p.m. and is $55 per person and includes a free cupcake and moms receive their first mimosa for free. Wine and beer cost $6 per glass and non-alcoholic options are available. Advanced registration required at .


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