What to do for Mother’s Day in Miami

What to do for Mother’s Day in Miami

Mother’s Day is huge, celebrate your mother or face the consequences. The date of commemoration varies between countries. In the United States, Julia Ward Howe, author of “Battle Hymn of the Republic”, suggested the date in 1870 to honor peace. It later became a household celebration.  

She inspired the foundation for the global event we know today.

In the US it’s celebrated the second Sunday of May, and this year it’s on May 12. We’ve made a list of suggestions so you can make sure yours unforgettable.

Spa Moment

There are a variety of places that exist to make Mom’s day physically and mentally relaxing.

Do something different: breathe in multiple massage sessions, water circuits, jacuzzis, dry and vapor saunas, aromatherapy, facials, reflexology, yoga classes, and other healing methods offered by nature.

Here are the Spas we recommend:

The Spa at The Setai

Address: 2001 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Phone: 855-923-7908

Acqualina Spa by ESPA

Address: 17875 Collins Ave, Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160

Phone: 305-918-8000

The Biltmore Spa

Address: 1200 Anastasia Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33134

Phone: 855-969-3221

Brunch for everyone

There’s nothing more homely than a delicious countryside brunch neatly fixed on a table. Try the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Coral Gables, where all moms are invited to the Spring Brunch Buffet: they will have tortillas, seafood, carving stations, seasonal salads, and divine desserts.

If you’re searching for an ocean view, visit Nikki Beach. Enjoy Mom’s company with spectacular international cuisine.  

Address: 1 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Phone: 305-538-1111

Another ideal venue for Mother’s Day is the Charles Deering Estate, the historic mansion in Cutler Bay.  Eat marvelous food, walk through regal gardens, and appreciate the ocean. They open at 10am and breakfast is served until 2pm. You can also explore the property, or embark on the Champagne Bay Cruise ($45 pp).

Address: 16701 SW 72nd Ave, Miami, FL 33157.

To reserve call 305-235-1668 extension 233.

If Moms loves meat, take her to Morton’s. They’re serving three plate meals: select an appetizer; Filet Mignon, Salmon, or White Chicken; and a dessert.

Address: 1200 Brickell Avenue, Miami, FL 33131

Phone: 305-400-9990

If Mom loves pizza, you should probably introduce her to Ironside Kitchen Pizza & Coffee. You’ll find authentic wood-fired neapolitan pizza and other savory plates. Their fresh, organic ingredients will transport you to a sea of flavors.  

Address: 7580 NE 4th Court Miami, FL 33138

Phone: 305-5315055

Photo by Cocowalk

Travel and Shopping

Miami is an eye’s-worth, navigate the city in your car, bicycle, or on two feet. Do some exercise under the sun and visit parks.  

You can also go shopping with your mother, have some coffee, tea, icecream, a glass of wine, and a beer.  

Miami has every type of shop you need, from the premium classics to the fashionable contemporaries.

Miracle Mile has it all: an optimal shopping destination full of trees, distinguished stores, and world-class restaurants: including Hillstone.  

Address: Miracle Mile Miami, FL 33134

CocoWalk is a congregation of restaurants, stores, bistro-style cafés, and live music ranging from Jazz to Latino rhythms.

Address: 3015 Grand Ave, Coconut Grove, FL 33133

Phone: 305-444-0777

Lincoln Road is a place for walking, the street is fused with history and art. You will find a long line of restaurants, shops, and cafés full of conversation and luscious desserts.

If you’re searching for art, the answer is Wynwood. The renowned outdoor art gallery has walls inscribed with the works of emerging artists and state-of-the-creativity galerías. It’s a center for food, fashion, art, coffee, and culture.

Address: 520 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami FL 33127

Phone: 305-531-4411

Walk on the Beach

South Beach is Miami’s longest and most famous coastal plain. It’s great for jogging, walking, sipping on a water bottle, and other workouts. The pristine white sands and crystalline Atlantic Ocean invite visitors to revel in its nature.

In Crandon Park, Key Biscayne, Mom can enjoy kayaking and snorkeling with the fam. You can also visit Greynolds Park in North Miami beach to canoe through the Olea River and examine intriguing fish.

Now that you have some suggestions, do something different than the regular sleep-in Sunday brunch. Remember this day, spend your time with Mom.