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Explore Seattle: Best Of Brunch Spots

If there’s one thing you know about Seattleites, it’s that we take our brunch life very seriously. If your ritual isn’t waking up late on a Sunday and waiting in line for an hour to eat chicken and waffles, you simply aren’t living! Whether you’re a native or just moving in from out of town, you owe it to yourself explore the plentiful and delectable offerings of our trendy Seattle brunch scene.

Explore Seattle: Best Of Brunch Spots
North Seattle

Salare, Ballard
After visiting the famous Ballard Locks, Salare can serve you some of the most exquisite brunch faire. With influences from all over the world, Salare puts a variety of spins on classic brunch staples like a croissant sandwich—made with a poached egg, lamb rillette and bearnaise.

Beth’s Cafe, Green Lake
Be sure to wear your comfortable pants when you visit this hole-in-the-wall famous Seattle joint. Beth’s Cafe will serve up insanely large omelets and a heaping boat load of hashbrowns to go with your morning coffee. Don’t worry though: you can walk it off across the street at Green Lake!

Downtown Area

Coastal Kitchen, Capitol Hill
With good reason, there’s seemingly always a line that wraps outside the door of this unassuming upscale diner. With seasonal themed menu offerings along with a variety of vegan options, Coastal Kitchen truly caters to the Seattle locals.

Almost within viewing distance of the space needle, this cafe has European flare. More importantly, however, is what most people come for when they visit: the Tilikum Place Café version of a Dutch baby pancake.

Eastside

Lot No. 3, Bellevue
If you want equal parts ambiance and good eats, look no further. This place makes a mean pork belly eggs benedict while surrounding yourself by a hip vintage-style gastropub feel.

Little Brother, Kirkland
Labeled as a “New American Restaurant”, this place has all the bells and whistles of a cool industrial diner with Asian influences. The poached eggs here may change your life!

South Seattle

This place has some of the best Hawaiian fried chicken you’ll be able to find in all of Seattle. They also have one amazing brunch. Coconut french toast, bottomless mimosas, and curry-bacon fried rice and eggs are only a few of this great eatery’s options.

Super Six, Columbia City
With Hawaiian and Asian notes, Super Six in Columbia City serves up super memorable dishes. The Hong Kong Chicken and Waffles alone are the reason why many people are repeat customers.

Whatever your flavor, toast to Seattle with these one-of-a-kind brunch spots!