Our mothers are the most special person in our lives and it is always lovely to spend time with them. Here are some ideas of restaurants where mothers will be queen for the day and you can spend time spoiling her on Mother’s Day.
Intercontinental Hotel, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
The weather has been lovely and, if it continues, the Intercontinental Hotel in Ballsbridge will be the perfect place to bring your mother. The beautiful terrace and garden are a delight, and the service perfect. If it is rainy, there is also the gorgeous Seasons Restaurant indoors.
Executive Chef, Alberto Rossi, and his culinary team have created a delicious menu, using the finest of Irish ingredients for you to enjoy. Two-course lunch including Tea & Coffee is €50.00 per person or three courses for €55.00 per person. Seating available from 1.00pm to 4.00pm on Sunday, book here.
Pink Restaurant, South William Street, Dublin 2
As pink is for girls where better to take your mother for a glamorous girlie treat for Mother’s Day. Pink isn’t just a colour, it’s an experience you will enjoy sharing with mother, aunties, sisters and all female friends. The beautiful interior is ideal for taking special Mother’s Day photos, especially using the Rose Wall as a backdrop. So, plan a gloriously pink outing at Pink Restaurant, whether it’s brunch, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner, book here.
Aqua, Howth, Co. Dublin
There is nothing to beat the taste of fish and seafood straight out of the ocean and that is what to expect. Aqua uses faultlessly fresh ingredients from the surrounding seas and from their own restaurant gardens on Howth Hill.
This stylish restaurant in Howth is a classy treat for your mother, there may be a pianist too. It has the best sea views in Howth at the end of the West Pier. You can work up an appetite walking around the harbour, there may even be seals to see. Book here.
Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel, Killiney, Co. Dublin
Because every mother deserves to be treated like a queen, where better place for her to enjoy a special day than at Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel. There are a number of dining options in this stunning Killiney castle and all have breath-taking scenery across Dublin Bay and the Irish Sea.
The old world elegance mixes with modern luxury, whether you’re looking for a lively buzz or a cosy setting. Pj’s restaurant offers a warm, friendly atmosphere and fabulous dining experience quiet candlelit corners and excellent wine lists.
Mapas Restaurant brings you a menu prepared with the very best of Irish, locally sourced seasonal produce. The Library Cocktail Bar provides an intimate and casual atmosphere. Its renowned for its Afternoon Tea. The freshly baked scones are to die for, book here.
Ginspiration – Stillgarden Distillery, Dublin 8
In olden days, it may have been known as “Mother’s ruin,” but now gin is a sophisticated and stylish drink. Take you mother to a Ginspiration experience to discover a range of beautifully crafted modern Irish gins.
Enjoy a visit to Stillgarden Distillery on Mother’s day weekend. Discover the Ginspiration behind the range of beautifully crafted modern Irish gins. Here you will taste four expertly crafted gins each matched with a recommended mixer. That will be followed by a luscious afternoon tea with a selection of decadent cakes and sandwiches.
After the event, you will receive your very own compostable grow kit, with pre planted seed to grow at home in your garden. In addition, Stillgarden Distillery will also be donating €5 from every ticket sale to the Ukraine Crisis. Tickets include a welcome drink, a four-gin tasting flight, mixers, afternoon tea and your take home grow kit. The duration is 60 mins. All sessions end with a Q&A from Stillgarden liquid experts, book here.