12 Egg-cellent Places for Easter Brunch
For many Seattle families, Easter brunch goes hand in hand with Easter baskets, chocolate bunnies and plastic eggs. And since many restaurants start taking Easter reservations weeks in advance, we’ve rounded up these 12 spots for you to try – they range from the traditional to the not so traditional, depending on how committed you are to things like deviled eggs, hot cross buns, and a ham-carving station. So dress your sticky-fingered, Peep-loving kiddos in their Easter bonnets and suits and head out for a delish holiday meal.
Known as one of Seattle’s best catering and special events companies, Kaspar’s pulls out all the stops for Easter brunch at their location in South Lake Union. This could possibly be the Easter brunch that dreams are made of – served buffet-style, we’re talking about gourmet omelet stations, made-to-order waffles, and a dessert station that will make your kids forget all about the Easter candy they have waiting at home. Not already convinced? Hop on to the Kaspar’s website for a full list of drool-worthy brunch items.
Good to know: Reservations are required and space is limited so jump on the phone now! $44 for adults; $16 for children ages 7-16; free for children ages 6 and under.
19 West Harrison St.
Seattle, Wa 98119
An Easter brunch with a bit of a Northwest seafood flare, the Daniel’s Broiler locations in Bellevue, Leschi and Lake Union will be serving a delicious Easter brunch menu where you can pick from specialty main dishes such as a Dungeness crab omelet or scrambled eggs with lox. Is your mouth watering yet? Daniel’s has made special Easter brunch considerations for the kids too… older kiddos can choose from a larger children’s menu with favorites like French toast and scrambled eggs with bacon and little ones (five and under) can order a scaled-down version.
Good to know: Advanced reservations are highly recommended. Adults are $42; children ages 6-10 are $10; kids ages 5 and under dine free. Brunch runs from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. and dinner starts at 4 p.m.
10500 N.E. Eighth St., 21st Floor
Bellevue, Wa 98004
Leschi Marina Location
200 Lake Washington Blvd.
Seattle, Wa 98122
Lake Union Location
809 Fairview Pl. N.
Seattle, Wa 98109
ART Restaurant at Four Seasons Hotel
We know ART Restaurant is known for their kid-friendly fare and extras like games and puzzles to keep kiddos busy, but their Easter brunch is really going to knock your kids’ socks off. In addition to an a la carte appetizer and entrée menu with items like Dungeness crab cakes and seared King salmon for mom and dad, kiddos can enjoy a choice of breakfast items like French toast, pancakes or waffles or even grilled cheese and an all-you-can-eat dessert counter! Still not convinced? You can check out their brunch menu online.
Good to know: Reservations are highly recommended by phone or online. Adults are $65 and kids are $25. A special floppy-eared guest will be making appearances during brunch from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. so be sure to be on the lookout!
99 Union St.
Seattle, Wa 98101
BluWater Bistro’s Easter brunch is a double-down – they are serving brunch at two of their locations, Leschi and Green Lake, and for two days – both Saturday and Sunday of Easter weekend. They are offering their full brunch menu, as normal, plus an Easter brunch special for $14. For kids, they have a fantastic selection of brunch sides that are a perfect portion for little tummies. Plus, after brunch at either location, go run around at the parks next door to burn off the syrup rush!
Good to know: Reservations are recommended and available online. Regular menu prices apply; brunch will be served from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
102 Lakeside Ave.
Seattle, Wa 98122
Green Lake Location
7900 E. Green Lake Dr. N.
Seattle, Wa 98103
Salty’s Seafood Grills
If you’ve never been to a Salty’s brunch before, you’re in for a real treat. And Easter brunch at Salty’s is going to be even egg-stra special because in addition to an array of Northwest local seafoods (think Dungeness crab legs, Black Tiger prawns, and Puget Sound clams and mussels) and iconic brunch faves like Belgian waffles, pancakes and French toast, there will be a chocolate fountain that would make Willy Wonka’s head spin, a made-to-order omelet and pasta station, and an Easter egg hunt in the brunch line! Hop over to Salty’s online menu to see even more mouth-watering dishes planned for this year’s feast.
Good to know: Reservations are required and spaces fill up fast. Make your reservation by phone or online. Easter brunch will be offered on both Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday, adults are $59.99; kids ages 9-13 are $25.99 and kids ages 5-8 are $19.99. On Sunday, adults are $64.99; kids ages 9-13 are $29.99 and kids ages 5-8 are $19.99. The four and under set eat for free on both Saturday and Sunday. Psst! Pictures with the Easter Bunny will be available, so be sure to ask your server.
1936 Harbor Ave. S.W.
Seattle, Wa 98126
Redondo Beach Location
28201 Redondo Beach Dr. S.
Des Moines, Wa 98198
Urbane – Hyatt at Olive 8
Known for serving up fresh Northwest cuisine in a relaxed and comfortable neighborhood-style setting, Urbane’s Easter brunch is not going to disappoint. In addition to their regular brunch menu, you’ll find festive specials like Tabasco-honey glazed Berkshire ham, smokin’ rose home fries, and homemade scones with strawberry-rhubarb jam and honey butter. Did you we have you at Tabasco-honey glazed ham?
Good to know: If your little ones are up early on Easter morning, grab a table at Urbane and get in a good meal before all of the jelly beans and chocolate bunnies are consumed. Brunch will be served from 6:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., costs vary per dish. Reservations can be made online or by phone.
1639 8th Ave.
Seattle Wa 98101
For a little taste of France for your Easter brunch, head down to Pike Place Market to eat at Café Campagne, located just inside Post Alley. The menu includes some serious brunch food that will push your Easter brunch limits in the best possible way – from French Toast for the kiddos to the Oeufs En Meurette for the adults, a French-style Easter brunch may be a new family tradition at Café Campagne.
1600 Post Alley
Seattle, Wa 98101
Ivar’s Acres of Clams & Salmon House
For an Easter brunch that is uniquely Northwest, Ivar’s Acres of Clams and Salmon House are offering an extensive buffet complete with Alaskan salmon, mussels, clams, oysters, crab, crepes, prime rib, and all the other usual breakfast suspects. For those that prefer a sit down style meal, the Mukilteo Landing will be serving a plated version of their brunch. Psst! We’ve been told that Ivar’s famous Easter Clam will be making a brunch appearance (yep, we told you this was a uniquely Northwest Easter brunch!).
Good to know: Reservations are highly recommended. Adults cost $35 and kids ages 6-12 cost $15. Little ones under the age of six eat free during brunch hours from 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
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If your family is seaworthy, take your Easter brunch to the waters of Elliot Bay aboard The Royal Argosy. In addition to a Northwest-inspired Easter brunch including smoked salmon, chicken and apple sausages and brioche French toast with strawberry compote served buffet-style, enjoy fab views of the Seattle skyline, live music, and a special kids area with arts and crafts. Plus, there will be an on-board Easter egg hunt for the little ones and pics with the Easter Bunny!
Good to know: Advance reservations are required by phone or online. $60 for adults and seniors; $29 for children (ages 4-12); free for the 3 and under crowd.
Pier 56 – 1201 Alaskan Way
Seattle, Wa 98101
Eques – Hyatt Regency Bellevue
From Tiramisu pancakes to grits with Beecher’s cheese to Alaskan Dungeness crab eggs Benedict, Eques is known for serving up some seriously good eats seven days a week. For Easter brunch, you can expect a made-to-order omelet bar and carving station featuring offerings like garlic-herb roasted prime rib and maple glazed ham with roasted pineapple, lamb chops with fig and mint relish, eggs Benedict with shaved prosciutto, and citrus cream sauce on black pepper chive biscuits. For the little ones, there will be traditional holiday faves along with a kids’ buffet, dessert table. And did we mention mom and dad’s meal comes with champagne? Need we say more?
Good to know: Reservations are highly recommended. Adults cost $39.95 and children cost $19.95. Reservations can be made through OpenTable or by phone.
900 Bellevue Way N.E.
Bellevue, Wa, 98004
425 698 4100 (reservations)
The Restaurant at Alderbrook
Make memories with your kids this Easter while enjoying a one-of-a-kind brunch from the Restaurant at Alderbrook. Their unlimited buffet will be filled with yummy breakfast items and desserts and your choice of one delicious entrée. The restaurant is known for showcasing local seafood harvested from Puget Sound and the Hood Canal with savory creations like tiny sweet oysters or Dungeness crab cakes so you know Easter brunch is going to one to remember!
Good to know: Advance reservations are recommended by phone. $39 for adults and $14 for children under 10. You’ll want to time your brunch with the Easter egg hunt that will be taking place at 12 p.m. on the cottage lawn for the under-five set and along the waterfront for kids ages 5-10. Psst! We hear the Easter Bunny will be making a special appearance too. The egg hunt is open to resort and non-resort guests.
7101 Washington 106
Union, Wa 98592
Portals at Suncadia Resort
If you’re looking to start a new Easter tradition this year, take your crew to Suncadia for lots of Easter-themed activities throughout the weekend and a specially crafted Easter brunch. Menu items will include smoked salmon Benedict with tomato hollandaise, Dijon crusted ling cod with puttanesca sauce, and orange glazed honey ham with whole grain mustard as well as a full buffet of fruits and pastries, salads, pastas, desserts and more.
Good to know: Brunch is $44 for adults and $12 for children ages 4 to 12; tots ages three and under eat free. Reservations are required by calling Portals. If you’d rather take in breakfast with the Easter Bunny on Saturday, head to Suncadia’s Rialto Ballroom. With a family-friendly menu of items such as Willa Wonka’s waffle and a homemade PopTart station complete with all the toppings, your kiddos are going to think they hit the Easter jackpot!
3600 Suncadia Trail
Cle Elum, Wa 98922
Where does your family love to eat Easter brunch? Do you have a favorite? Share your suggestions with us in the comments section below.
–Kristina Moy & Katie Kavulla
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