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Spoil Mom at the Chicago Athletic Association hotel

Enjoy Mother's Day with us at the hotel


MAY 2018 – It’s no secret moms do so much for their families. Day after day, they’re the ones on the front lines making sure we’re all taken care of so it only makes sense that on Mother’s Day, we spoil the hell out of all the moms. And we’re giving you so many ways to do that.

Take Mother’s Day to even greater heights, literally. You can spend the holiday at Cindy’s on the 13th floor of the Chicago Athletic Association hotel with a decadent brunch. Reserve your table now to help mom indulge with offerings like Island Creek Sterling Caviar served with some pretty fantastic accompaniments: ramp blinis, farm egg mimosa (a traditional caviar accompaniment made of finely chopped egg whites and yolks), shallot and crème fraiche or get the farm egg omelet topped with Sterling Caviar served along with shaved purple asparagus and radish salad with preserved kumquat vinaigrette and local chevre. Take it one step further and order a bottle of Perrier-Jouet ‘Grand Brut.’ Make this a Mother’s Day she will never forget!

Down in the Cherry Circle Room, we invite all moms to join us for complimentary flowers and mini-Champagne cocktails made with bubbly, Angostura Bitters, a sugar cube and lemon to add even more brightness to their day. Whether you come in for brunch or dinner, we will be sure to make it special. All you need to do is make sure you secure your reservation.

And if you really want to make mom feel special, join us for a special Mother’s Day high tea in the Drawing Room. Join us between noon and 3 p.m. for a beautiful display of teas, pastries, sparkling cocktails and more. The cost is $75 a person, but can you put a price on your mom’s happiness?

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