Sure, it may be 11 a.m. But we promise, it's 5 o'clock somewhere.
Mother's Day brunch is a holiday staple, and it may just be happening at your favorite restaurant. It doesn't get much more indulgent than delicious food cooked by someone else, a doting family and a late-morning/early-afternoon mimosa (or bloody Mary, or vodka cranberry). They're excellent daytime splurges only made better by your partner cutting your toddler's food while you sip, savor and sigh with contentment.
Considering splurging on the French toast (with powdered sugar!) to accompany your cocktail. Calories shmalories. It's your day.
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