This popular steakhouse normally specializes in power lunches and elegant dinners, but it's going to be open for a special, one-time brunch on Sunday, May 10, 2015, for Mother's Day.
Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse's dining room — Photo courtesy of Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse
Start off your Mother's Day brunch with your choice of three delicious first-course choices: a fresh green pea bisque with crème fraîche and prosciutto chips; a house salad comprised of greens, caramelized pecans, apples, goat cheese and garlic cilantro vinaigrette; or a house-cured and -smoked salmon with the traditional accompaniments of shrimp and cheesy Tabasco grits.
Then choose from one of several hearty Hill Country-inspired brunch entrees, such as steak and eggs (filet medallions and poached eggs on top of herb focaccia toast and topped with hollandaise); the salmon omelet (a three-egg omelet with house-smoked salmon, crème cheese and chives that's garnished with sour cream and caviar); a ham steak (served with a redeye gravy and cheesy Tabasco grits); chicken and waffles (fried chicken on a Minnesota wild rice waffle with agave nectar butter); or a bacon-wrapped filet mignon.
Your mom can also choose from pasta and shrimp (angel hair and shrimp with a tomato basil cream); the pecan crusted rainbow trout; fried pork chops (with jalapeño gravy butter); buffalo filet Oscar (topped with jumbo lump crab, asparagus and hollandaise); or the chicken fried lobster (with lemon caper butter and egg Benedict).
Complete your decadent meal with one of three third courses, including lemon blueberry cheesecake, Jack Daniels pecan pie and chocolate torte with raspberry coulis.
The cost for the meal is $37 per person, or $50 with unlimited mimosas or Bloody Marys. And there's also a kids' menu available for children who are aged 13 and under.
Diners can sit in one of several dining rooms that have upscale hunting lodge decor, or simply get a table in the main dining room, which features rich, deep wood; iron accents; 100-year-old brick arches; and historic black and white photos.
One of the best spots to dine is on the relaxed outdoor patio area, complete with shade from Texas Live Oak trees and overflowing flower baskets, perfect for a Dallas spring day. The dress code is dressy casual, and there's ample parking in the surrounding meter and paid lots.
Make your reservations now, as dining spots are filling up at this popular restaurant.