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Where To Have Mother’s Day Brunch Near Plainfield |

Where To Have Mother’s Day Brunch Near Plainfield

PLAINFIELD, IL —Sunday is Mom’s big day, so start it off right. Leave the cooking and cleanup to one of these local restaurants offering a great breakfast or brunch for Mother’s Day 2018 on Sunday, May 13.

And while you’re at it, pay tribute to mom — or the special mother figure in your life — by sharing her story with Patch. Find out how here.


Now, on to the brunches. While many of these local eateries don’t require a reservation, you may be able to avoid long wait times by calling ahead:

  • Old Fashioned Pancake House, 2022 W. Jefferson St., Joliet – This family owned casual restaurant has offered up everything from crepes to waffles and more since 1986.
  • Big Apple Pancake House, 106 N. Larkin, Joliet – Another family owned eatery, Big Apple offers breakfast and lunch (and huge portions, according to at least one Yelp! review).
  • Crispy Waffle, 564 Brookforest Ave., Shorewood – A casual atmosphere serving everything from eggs to burgers.
  • Happy Place Cafe, 1150 W. Jefferson St., Shorewood – where the motto is “Have a happy day at the Happy Place Cafe!” The restaurant offers up breakfast, lunch, dinner and daily specials.
  • Southern Belles Pancake House, 15051 S. Van Dyke Road, Plainfield; 58 W. Schoolhouse Road, Yorkville – serving up breakfast basics, steak and eggs, skillets and much more.
  • The Broken Yolk Cafe – 12618 S. Route 59, Plainfield – A family style restaurant offering breakfast and lunch.
  • Blueberry Hill Cafe, 15521 S. Route 59, Plainfield – This restaurant promises to “strive to provide you with generous, home cooked meals in a warm friendly atmosphere, just like Mom’s.”
  • Plainfield’s Delight, 24020 119th St., Plainfield – Offering up pancakes, Benedicts, Irish cakes and eggs and more.
  • The Southern Cafe, 1819 Knapp St., Crest Hill – Founded in 2015, the eatery calls itself “a mix of good old home cooking and a dash of culinary genius.”
  • Eggs, Inc. Cafe – 278 S. Weber Road, Bolingbrook – One of three locations, Eggs. Inc. combines “old-school service and professionalism with the newest trends in dining,” including online ordering.
  • Honey-Jam Cafe, 120 E. Boughton Road, Bolingbrook – Enjoy omelets, waffles, sandwiches and more at this casual cafe.
  • Niko’s Breakfast Club – 38 S. Weber Road, Romeoville – This friendly breakfast spot offers fresh-squeezed juices, home-style cooking and generous portions.
  • Tasty Waffle – 624 S. Weber Road, Romeoville – Open since 2006 and family owned, offering everything from eggs to stuffed French toast, crepes and skillets.
  • Benny’s Place, 1158 Douglas Road, Oswego – Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner (and they take reservations)
  • Orchard Cafe, 3402 Orchard Road, Oswego – Offering a variety of choices, from eggs to scramblers, frittatas and waffles.
  • Oswego Family Restaurant – 69 S. Main St., Oswego – Breakfast offerings include steak and eggs, omelets, biscuits and gravy and more.
  • Silver Dollars, 102 Stagecoach Trail, Yorkville – This restaurant’s motto is “eat better pancakes.”
  • Grandma’s Table, 1700 Douglas Road, Montgomery – A “one of a kind restaurant,” Grandma’s Table opened its doors in 1982 and has been serving up hot breakfasts and homemade soups ever since.
  • Mother’s Pancake House, 2290 W. Galena Boulevard, Aurora – The eatery boasts a gluten-free menu and was voted “Best Breakfast in the Fox Valley area.”

Make reservations

These area businesses are offering up Mother’s Day brunch events, but reservations are required.

McWethy’s Tavern, 1700 W. Renwick Road, Romeoville is serving up a Mother’s Day brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The cost is $50 for adults and free for kids age 12 and under. Offerings include a carving station with black pepper and garlic prime rib and ham, house-smoked salmon and a fresh seafood display, an egg station with custom omelets and eggs your way, cold salads, plus a kids’ corner with mac and cheese, chicken nuggets, tater tots, French toast sticks and more. Reservations can be made online.

Bolingbrook Golf Club, 2001 Rodeo Drive, Bolingbrook will host an “elaborate champagne brunch” starting at 9 a.m. with the last seating at 3 p.m. The cost for non-members is $47.95 for adults and $25.95 for kids ages 4 to 12 (kids age 3 and younger eat for free). The cost for members is $43.95 for adults and $22.95 for kids. For reservations call Taryn Wade at 630-771-9400, ext. 4023. Offerings include omelet and waffle stations, prime rib and turkey carving stations, a seafood station, pastries, fruits and a kids buffet.

Whitetail Ridge Golf Club, 7671 Clubhouse Drive, Yorkville will host a Mother’s Day brunch from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sunday with an extensive menu plus a kids station, breakfast favorites, omelet bar, salad and pasta bar, carved top sirloin and ham, smoked salmon, lunch entrees and sides plus desserts. Cost is $36.99 per adult and $14.99 for kids ages 5 to 10 (free for kids age 4 and younger). Reservations are required; call 630-882-8988.

Prairie Bluff Golf Course/P.B. Mulligan’s, 19433 Renwick Road, Lockport, will host a Mother’s Day brunch with seatings at 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Call 815-836-4653, ext. 14, for details and reservations and view the full menu here.

Related: Mother’s Day 2018: 10 Restaurants To Consider


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