Drop By FRIDA Westwood For Mother’s Day Brunch!

6 May

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Fans of FRIDA know that we’ve been doing Mother’s Day Brunch for years. But this time, we’re making things extra special. For the first time ever, we’re holding our celebration at FRIDA Westwood and organizing a delicious buffet to go with it.

Since the launch of our FRIDA Westwood Sunday Brunch, we’ve had a tremendous amount of positive feedback. Fans have fallen in love with our homemade omelet station and our wide variety of entrees and desserts. Plus, with the live talents of Mariachi de mi Tierra and the face-painting kids’ station, it’s become a weekly tradition for families all across L.A.

We invite you to bring your moms, your wives, your grandmothers, or any special lady in your life to FRIDA’s Mother’s Day Brunch. We’ll have lively serenades, a special menu of Mexican cuisine and some very festive ambiance complete with flowers, bright patios and vintage FRIDA art.

Plus, spending Mother’s Day in Westwood Village gives your family the option of catching a movie after Brunch, dropping by the famous Hammer Museum or admiring the gorgeous scenery of UCLA. And don’t get us started on the food.

For starters, there will be all-you-can-eat ceviche, made-to-order quesadillas and sopes, tacos, BBQ ribs, tamales, pozoles, pancakes, fresh fruit, churros, flan and tons more options (including a special kids menu).

So this Sunday, head over for a feast every Mother will love. Our doors open at 10am and we’re adding an extra hour to the Brunch by keeping things going until 4pm. Make a reservation online or call us at (310) 209-0666 to secure your slot.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

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