Still trying to decide how to make Mom feel special on Mother's Day in St. Pete? One thing for sure, she doesn't want to cook! Even if she enjoys preparing meals for you regularly, she will want a break on Sunday.

Whether you have a water-loving Mama or a land loving Mamacita, you'll find lots of options in St Pete and Clearwater for dining. Or, if you are prefer a home celebration, order a charcuterie board from Graze Craze and feast on specialty fruits and cheeses, breads and jams in the comfort of your home. They'll be something for everyone and you won't have to leave the house. 

We hope you'll find inspiration with this list and treat Mom to a special day out! Pinellas County has lots of great options but we narrowed it down to our Top 12 Mother's Day Restaurants in St Pete and Clearwater. Now, it's up to you to make the reservations or place your order at Graze Craze for a home celebration. 

Happy Mother's Day! 

Stillwaters Tavern
4.6  5 Rating (3)
224 Beach Dr NE, Saint Petersburg FL, 33701
A Modern American Tavern, where classic American dishes blend harmoniously with old world flavors. On Mother's Day moms can get a free mimosa with their meal during brunch!
The Mill Restaurant
4.8  5 Rating (5)
200 Central Ave Suite 100, Saint Petersburg FL, 33701
Brought to you by Chef Ted Dorsey and Restaurateur Jason Griffin, The Mill is designed to be an all-around sensory delight. From the unique decor and top-notch libations to Chef's delectable creation, this St Pete favorite is sure to please Mom!
Restaurant $$
6000 Gulf Blvd, Saint Pete Beach FL, 33706
Tampa Bay's destination restaurant, RumFish Grill gives you a totally unique dining experience where you can eat, drink, shop and explore. The main attraction is a 33,500-gallon aquarium that encompasses an entire wall of the dining room. This is perfect for any water-loving Mama!
Caddy's Pub Indian Shores
4.2  5 Rating (7)
20025 Gulf Blvd, Indian Shores FL, 33785
Let your mother know that you love her by taking her to Caddy’s! An all-day specialty menu will be available featuring a glass of wine, soup or salad, choice of entree and dessert. Live music will start at noon.
The Getaway
4.4  5 Rating (2)
13090 Gandy Blvd. N., St Petersburg Fl, 33702
A Florida Keys-inspired waterfront tiki bar and marina. Enjoy the live entertainment, on-site food trucks carousel, paddle boarding, and of course, the one-of-a-kind, fresh seafood dishes. Sit back and relax with Mom!
The Lure
3.5  4 Rating (3)
661 Central Ave, Saint Petersburg FL, 33701
Mouthwatering tapas, tacos and flatbreads and extraordinary sushi! You'll find it all at The Lure, in vibrant downtown St Pete. Plus, if you like a good game of billiards this is a perfect place to hustle a few friends while you wet your whistle.
Parts of Paris French Bistro
Restaurant $
146 4th Ave N, Safety Harbor FL, 34695
This Parisian bistro has a new spring menu that offers classic dishes and a diverse selection of wine. They're nestled in Safety Harbor and also offer outdoor seating.
The Hurricane
4.3  5 Rating (3)
809 Gulf Way, St. Pete Beach FL, 33706
Located in Pass a Grille Beach in St Pete Beach, The Hurricane features three levels of sunsets, seafood, and views of the beautiful Florida beach. Their rooftop sunset is the best view for Mom!
Birch and Vine
4.7  5 Rating (3)
340 Beach Dr NE, Saint Petersburg FL, 33701
New American Kitchen featuring seasonal dishes in The Birchwood Hotel in St Pete. Treat mom to a terrific meal on Mother's Day or combine it for a weekend getaway!
Parkshore Grill
4.9  5 Rating (4)
300 Beach Dr. NE, St Petersburg FL, 33701
Enjoy an outdoor dining experience overlooking Straub Park and Vinoy Yacht Basin or an intimate indoor setting. You'll find lots of yummy dishes from this contemporary American cuisine menu.
Cassis American Brasserie
4.6  5 Rating (5)
170 Beach Drive NE, St. Petersburg FL, 33701
Across from the marina in Downtown St. Pete. Affordable Continental Comfort Cuisine in the tradition of European Brasseries.
Paul's Landing at the Vinoy
4.9  5 Rating (8)
501 5th Avenue NE, Saint Petersburg FL, 33701
Back in 1854, U.S. Navy carpenter William Paul fell in love with the St. Petersburg Waterfront, where he bought land, enjoyed fishing, planting an orange...