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Deep fork Wood Grill & Seafood

5418 N. Western

848-7678

On
Sunday, delight in a three-course prix fixe extravaganza ($35). First
you’ll have the choice of salad or soup, ranging from greens in a
cider-Dijon vinaigrette dressing to tomato-crab bisque. The burgeoning
second course boasts options of steak Benedict (Who doesn’t love a
hollandaise?), a waffle topped with banana, walnuts and maple syrup, or
the cedar-plank salmon with a brown sugar-mustard glaze. Finish the meal
with dessert by Brown Egg Bakery.


Nonna’s Euro-American Ristorante & Bar

1 Mickey Mantle

235-4410

From
10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, enjoy the full lunch menu, which ranges
from a light mango crab stack ($13) with layers of avocado, mango salsa
and rémoulade, to a classic chicken pot pie ($13). Try the Mayor
Cornett’s Salad ($14) that includes spicy mustard and walnut-encrusted
salmon fillets, baby spinach and basil. Also available will be the
chef’s special: butternut squash ravioli ($18). Lunch will be concluded
with a selection of desserts.


Inspirations Tea Room

2118 W. Edmond, Edmond

715-2525

From
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, delight in the seventh annual Mother’s Day
tea brunch ($14.95-$18.95). The luxurious three-tier tower will include a
smorgasbord of sandwiches, cheeses and vegetables, as well as other
light lunch items.

The
middle tier will be a sampling of scones and other delightful treats.
Don’t miss out on the highly gourmet chilled tropical fruit soup. And,
of course, there will be several kinds of tea! The gift shop opens at 10
a.m. if you want to come in early to browse.


The Melting Pot

4 E. Sheridan

235-1000

All
day Sunday will be a treat for influential women in your life.
Celebrate with fondue and a “mom-osa” in a commemorative glass ($10).
Enjoy the prix fixe four-course meal ($40) that begins with garlic-herb
cheese fondue, salad, selection of filet mignon, garlic-chili chicken,
spicy shrimp or a marinated pork tenderloin. The meal concludes with a
snickerdoodle chocolate fondue. Haven’t had time to shop? Ask about the
special gift packages for mom that are offered in-house.


LD’s Specialities & Gourmet Cafe

234 N. Mustang, Mustang

376-7277

From
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, the third annual Mother’s Day buffet ($10)
will offer a spread of delicious cafe-esque choices for the special
women in your life. Try one of the quiches; they’re all amazing. Get a
hearty helping of spring salad with the house-made raspberry-lime
vinaigrette. Also available will be fruit salad, pasta salad, chicken
salad and its famous strawberry-watermelon soup. Dessert includes
homemade pastries, perfect with one of the many loose-leaf teas. Be sure
to make reservations; seating is limited.


Musashi’s Japanese Steakhouse

4315 N. Western

602-5623

You
can really never go wrong with sushi … especially when it’s half price!
From noon to 9 p.m. Sunday, rolls are half-off when you order a grilled
entrée over $38. Don’t leave without trying some of the hibachi-style
fried rice. If you’re ready to splurge, opt for the Kobe and lobster
($56), which comes with 5 ounces of tender beef, one lobster tail and
grilled veggies. Mom will get a free dessert with that one, too!


Myriad Botanical Gardens

301 W. Reno

297-0102

Looking
for a garden oasis? With seatings at 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Sunday, The
Catering Connection at the Myriad Botanical Gardens’ restaurant offers a
decadent Mother’s Day buffet ($20-$50) from ham with a pineapple
chutney to smoked brisket with a bourbon glaze and blueberry barbecue
sauce. Visit the Belgium waffle station or the Bloody Mary bar. Skip to
dessert for the crème brûlée cheesecake. All brunchers enjoy free
admission to the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory.

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