Schwartz Brothers Restaurants Present Marvelous Menus This Mother’s Day

Chandler’s Crabhouse, Daniel’s Broiler and Spazzo Italian Grill Offer a Variety of Menus for Mom’s Special Day

Schwartz Brothers Restaurants invites guests to celebrate Mother’s Day with brunch and dinner on Sunday, May 12th. Customers at Chandler’s Crabhouse can relish in its specialty Mother’s Day brunch menu in addition to its regular dinner menu. At Spazzo Italian Grill, guests can fancy the Mother’s Day feature menu alongside its regular menu all day. Guests at Daniel’s Broiler are invited to indulge in its regular menus throughout the day.

“The wide selection of Mother’s Day menus gives moms the opportunity to truly feel appreciated,” said Lindsey Schwartz, president and CEO of Schwartz Brothers Restaurants. “Mother’s Day is a time to show mom that you care by letting her choose exactly what she wants. She will certainly adore the endless amount of options our restaurants provide.”

Chandler’s Crabhouse, located on Lake Union’s breathtaking waterfront, presents a Mother’s Day brunch menu with some of the best sea cuisine in the Pacific Northwest, including:

Starter

Choice of:
Fresh Strawberries (honey yogurt), Mixed Greens Salad (bay shrimp), Whiskey Dungeness Crab Soup or Chandler’s Clam Chowder

Entrée

Choice of:
Dungeness Crab Cake, Classic Eggs Benedict, Vegetarian Omelette, Dungeness Crab Omelette, Spring Lamb Stew (Yukon gold potatoes, sunny-side-up egg), Market House Corned Beef Hash (poached eggs and chili hollandaise), Broiled King Salmon Filet, Broiled Alaskan Halibut Filet or Dungeness Crab and Bay Shrimp Louie

Each Chandler’s Crabhouse Mother’s Day brunch meal is accompanied by Schwartz Brothers Bakery Coffee Cake, and the cost is $32 per adult. In addition, children’s menus, for ages six to 10, are available for $10 and include choice of starter, French toast, scrambled eggs and bacon; children five years and younger are free and will receive French toast, scrambled eggs and strawberries. The special brunch menu is available from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m, and the regular dinner menu begins at 4 p.m.

Spazzo Italian Grill will serve a special Mother’s Day feature menu in addition to its regular menu. With extended hours from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., guests can choose from entrees including Columbia River Steelhead grilled and served over Italian-style cous cous salad and chimichurri sauce; Grilled Porchetta, a Duroc pork loin stuffed with broccoli, roasted red bell pepper, spinach and mozzarella cheese, served with garlic mashed potatoes and pork demi sauce; and Grilled Fresh Halibut served with rosemary roasted rainbow Yukon Gold potatoes and broccolini with lemon butter sauce.

All three Daniel’s Broiler restaurants will be celebrating Mother’s Day with extended hours. Daniel’s Broiler-Leschi will serve its regular brunch menu from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., along with its dinner menu from 3 to 9 p.m. Daniel’s Broiler-Bellevue and Lake Union will serve their regular dinner menus from 12 to 9 p.m.

Reservations are encouraged for Mother’s Day brunch and dinner and can be made at www.SchwartzBros.com.

About Schwartz Brothers RestaurantsFounded in 1970 by brothers Bill and John Schwartz, Schwartz Brothers Restaurants has been setting the standard in dining and catering excellence in the greater Puget Sound area. Today, the Bellevue-based company is run by the second generation Schwartz family, led by President Lindsey Schwartz, and prides itself on developing and growing unique restaurants where guests can experience great meals in distinctive atmospheres. Restaurants feature exclusively USDA Prime steaks, the finest and freshest seafood from around the world, superior service and unmatched views. The Schwartz Brothers restaurants include Chandler’s Crabhouse, Daniel’s Broiler, Spazzo Italian Grill and Wine Bar, Gretchen’s Shoebox Express, Schwartz Brothers Bakery and Daniel’s Catering. For more information, visit www.SchwartzBros.com.

Written by Charles

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