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April 30, 2015 at 3:09am

Three ideas for Mother's Day

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Whether you are taking mom out for a Mother's Day brunch, or you're making it happen for yourself and taking the hubby and kids with you, there are three options you might like in the South Sound.  But hurry, reservations will help grease the skids.

1. Bottomless Booze?

You read that right.  Smoke+Cedar, the brainchild of local celeb chef Gordon Naccarato not only has sweeping views of green (it's on a golf course), but also all you can drink Mamosas and Bloody Mary's.  Literally, they're bottomless.  AND, the food is mighty good as well. This is not a buffet, you order finely crafted selections from an extensive menu.  Reservations are here

2. Waterfront

Looking for seascapes - sea lions frolicking and big ships steaming by?  CI Shenigans on Ruston Way gives you majestic mountains, islands and water at their gorgeous location.  This is also finely crafted food, and they do a nice brunch starting at 9:30 a.m.  Make your reservation here

3. Economical

Not everyone wants fancy, sometimes a great breakfast joint is what you and your loved ones prefer.  The Homestead in Lakewood is just the ticket.  The place is wall to wall antiques and timber with water served from mason jars and portions large and satisfying.  The Homestead is serving up a Mother's Day THREE course dinner starting at $9.99.  Click here.

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