Everybody's doing it, including you. Brunch is now the in vogue activity for Saturday and Sunday mornings, flush in morning cocktails, muilt-course options, vegan flapjacks, all-day offerings and dream-worthy house-stuffed sausages, cured meats and flavorsome toppings bars. The opportunities are headless and the dining location options are extensive.
This surprisingly traditional Mexican restaurant takes on brunch in the former of a diner and a classic cafe and bar from the award-winning margaritas to the unflappable Huevos Rancheros. Don't miss the horchata cocktails or the guacamole.
All day happy hour Sunday-Thursday with all dishes under $9, all drinks under $7 and the best Vietnamese fried chicken ever.
About as true South as Seattle gets from all-day fried chicken (get it with waffles), house gravy and imported southern hot sauce (bolder than most). Come for breakfast, stay for wings for dinner!
Tom Douglas goes Greek, even for brunch with ouzo galore, meze and kebabs to more traditional options like granola (with Greek yogurt), eggs Benedict and Tom's Big Breakfast with Mediterranean octopus and peppers.
Some of the city's best French onion soup and you pay for it. Worth every drop, ask for extra bread to soak up. Try the chicken which takes an hour to cook, drink in the mean time - don't eat too much because it is the whole bird.
Brunch and a cocktail - 2 bits! Or $20 but still, a lively atmosphere is matched by a creative yet approachable menu and stellar draft list. A warehouse style tavern, friendly folks and feel.
Sleek and stylish in South Lake Union, this location is the hub for their extensive catering options and home to the equally large toppings bar. Plenty of large party seating, friendly for vegans and gluten-intolerant eaters as well as meat-lovers.
No taps for this beer bar - everything is bottled, constantly rotating with the freshest brews, featuring local and international fermented delicacies. The food is meant to coat your stomach - consumption of anything here is in massive portions!
Rotating seasonal dessert menu, this is the delectable cacao panama cotta w/pineapple. Lovely service, generous portions & great food!
Hit up the happy hour and Mediterranean inspired dishes and the chef couple that run this spirited eatery but don't miss the blue cheese stuffed dates with a balsamic reduction for dessert.
Life changing brunch location, tucked into a sleepy corner of West Seattle. The wait can be extensive because of the small stature but grab a mimosa and plot your menu decisions. Always get the daily special and whatever the feature pancake is.