Auray Gourmet began in 1999 as Auray Cheese Shop, expanding to Auray Gourmet with its new location and in-house dining in 2008. This cozy shop offers several drinks, snacks, and satisfying meals, along with a large selection of cheeses.
Try out the classic egg sandwich, truffled mushroom omelette, or hard-to-resist chocolate crepe. Sandwich offerings like avocado toast and the chicken Waldorf are great for an early-spring meal. Once done, take home one (or more) of the available 150 cheeses from around the world.
This neighborhood restaurant and lounge bar focuses on seasonally driven, locally sourced small plates. Chef Nick Di Bona spends time visiting local farms and purveyors to find the freshest ingredients to make the menu come to life.
Try brunch classics like silver dollar pancakes or French toast sticks. Or, delight in the breakfast pizza and eggplant meatballs. And make brunch a bit more special by sharing a carafe of one of the available drinks: Mimosas, sangria, bloody marys, and bellinis are all available.
With uniquely sourced ingredients and the freshest local produce, PLATES offers a long list of everyday American classics influenced by authentic elements of Italy, France, and Asia. Chef Matthew Karp received his Masters in Culinary Arts from the Cordon Bleu in Paris, and strives to put good food on the plate, whether simple or elaborate.
Check out delicious brunch appetizers like pork belly sliders, poutine, and New Orleans broiled oysters in a brown butter hollandaise. Then move on to entrees like house smoked brisket, eggs benedict with fresh brioche, or fried chicken with waffles. There’s really no way to go wrong here.
There’s even a kid’s menu, so the entire family can enjoy Mother’s Day together.
Make Mother’s Day Magical
Spend time with Mom and make this Mother’s Day extra special! Whether you’re heading out with Mom or making it a whole family affair with the kids, these places are go-to choices for any Mother’s Day celebration.