Take Mom to brunch: Some options on where to go


Commentary by Anna Skinner

Brunch is a popular selection on Mother’s Day. Select restaurants around Hamilton Co. will be providing Mother’s Day brunch specials on May 8. Treat Mom to one of these delicious spots.

Granite City, Carmel and Indianapolis 

Cost: $22.95 a person

Time: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Menu: An all-you-can-eat brunch buffet including items such as prime rib, eggs benedict, scones, muffins and other specialty items.

Reservations: 317-218-7185

Why you should go: “It’s a yearly thing for us,” said manager Eric Curry. “We have a great price point and it’s a special day we prepare for. We have lots of large parties and lots of energy, there’s something on the brunch line for everybody. If you have a picky eater in the family or something special that someone wants, we’ll have it”

Enjoy a full menu of favorites at Matt the Miller’s on Mother’s Day.
Enjoy a full menu of favorites at Matt the Miller’s on Mother’s Day.

Matt the Miller’s, Carmel

Cost: $29.95 for adults, $10.95 ages 4-10, $4.95 age 3

Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Menu: Scrambled eggs, carved ham, bacon, prime rib, shrimp cocktail, cinnamon rolls and more. Cocktails, mimosas and a Bloody Mary bar are also available for an additional cost.

Reservations: Strongly recommended. 317-805-1860

Why you should go: “It’s a great place for families, the food is delicious,” said Chris Parker, general manager. “There’s great food and it’s a great spot for everyone. We will have something special for mothers.”

Prime 47, Carmel and Indianapolis

Cost: $39.95

Time: 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Menu: A buffet including an omelette station, smoked salmon, prime rib, ham, Bloody Mary’s, mimosas locally made desserts and more.

Reservations: Strongly recommended but not required. Average wait time for walk-ins will be 20 to 25 minutes or more. Reservations are currently being accepted for brunch and dinner. Call or email Nessa Boyden at 317-660-0720 and [email protected].

Why you should go: “We are locally owned and operated, and we give back to the community and churches and other Carmel businesses,” said Jeremiah Hamman, one of the owners. “We are a neighborhood steakhouse.”