Places for the Best Brunch in Seattle, WA – Seattle is the largest northern city in the United States, located about 160 km south of the Canadian border. Seattle is known as the Emerald City due to its famous, lush evergreen forests. There is no shortage of things to do and places to see in this thriving metropolis, and it is a particularly fantastic destination for foodies due to its booming culinary scene. The city is well known for its seafood, and when visiting be sure to try out the geoduck (pronounced “gooey duck”), which is a huge clam that can surprise people with its somewhat odd appearance (don’t say we didn’t warn you!)
Tilikum Place Cafe
407 Cedar St, Seattle, WA 98121
At Tilikum Place Cafe you can be assured a warm welcome and an array of fresh, handcrafted meals to choose from. They believe every meal should be a celebration and their philosophy is simple but effective. “It all started with the idea of dinner quality food for breakfast.” …and of course brunch!
Some of the brunch options are shown below.
Tilikum Fry Up
Roast Chicken Sala
86 Pine St. Seattle, WA 98101
Bacco is a super popular eatery in Seattle where people meet to enjoy lazy brunches with friends and family. The extensive menu ensures there is something for everyone to truly enjoy. “Bacco fuses a mixture of pacific northwest cuisine with modern fare, refreshing the palettes of it’s customers in an invigorating nature.”
Corned Beef Hash
~house braised corned beef, onions, herbed potato, scallion, egg~
Polenta Cake Benedict
~tomato, spinach, hollandaise, polenta cake~
Dungeness Crab Salad
~pickled red onion, tomato, lettuce, avocado dressing~
The Fat Hen – Boozy Brunch
1418 NW 70th street Seattle, Wa 98117
The Fat Hen is a trendy restaurant serving a combination of Italian & American brunch fare in relaxed, rustic surroundings. “The Fat Hen is a teeny, tiny neighborhood café serving breakfast & lunch along with handcrafted coffee drinks, tea, fresh-squeezed juices, local & imported market items, mimosas, and more.”
Here are some of the fabulous brunch dishes on offer.
~ toasted Grand Central levain, avocado, housemade chili oil, & toasted sesame seeds~
~Grand Central levain, Wild Alaskan smoked salmon, cream cheese spread with capers, cornichons, preserved lemon, & dill~
the Fat Hen Chicken Sandwich
~ buttermilk fried chicken breast, Grand Central potato bun, house bacon-cheddar ranch spread, sundried tomato jam, baby lettuces~
~ soft-poached cage-free eggs, toasted english muffin, housemade hollandaise sauce. served with a side of smashed fingerling potatoes or a small green salad~
2821 NW Market St, Seattle, WA 98107
Known locally as the ideal place for brunch with large groups, Portage Bay is a popular hang out destination. The extensive menu and buffet options ensures there’s plenty to please everyone in even the largest of groups. The food is freshly prepared and locally sourced where possible. The dining space is modern and efficient. Below we have selected just a couple of the yummy brunch options available
Skillet – for Brunch in Seattle
1400 East Union Street Seattle, WA 98122
Skillet is the perfect destination for a vibey boozy brunch. Serving delicious freshly cooked traditional cuisine and an array of cocktails ensures you can relax with friends and enjoy being spoilt. There are vegetarian and vegan options to ensure everybody’s needs are well catered for. Some of the delicious brunch options are shown below.
Fried Chicken & Waffle
Avocado Breakfast Burrito