Brunch

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8.2

Sisters And Brothers

Aimee Rizzo
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7.8
Aimee Rizzo
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7.8

Sabine Café & Market

Aimee Rizzo
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7.8

Dreamland Bar & Diner

Aimee Rizzo
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7.6

Terra Plata

Aimee Rizzo

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7.8

SEA Review

Sabine Café & Market

Sabine is an all-day cafe that serves a delicious breakfast in Ballard. It works for a morning meal any day of the week, but it's naturally a lot harder to get in on the weekends.

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SEA Review

The Coupe & Flute

The Coupe & Flute is a Beacon Hill champagne bar that serves small plates by night and an excellent weekend brunch by day, all in an unpretentious atmosphere.

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SEA Guide

Where To Eat Brunch Outside

Our favorite places in Seattle for brunch under the sun.

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SEA Guide

The Best Brunch Spots In Seattle

Whether you’re looking to faceplant into some pancakes or host a birthday brunch, here are the best places in Seattle for your favorite weekend meal.

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7.8

SEA Review

Dreamland Bar & Diner

Dreamland is a bar and diner in Fremont that will become your happy place—the excellent Happy Hour burger, frozen grasshoppers, and disco ball-filled hallways should make it easy.

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SEA Review

Harry's Beach House

Harry's Beach House is an American restaurant in West Seattle that works for everything from brunch to a burger at the bar.

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7.8

SEA Review

Saint Bread

Saint Bread in the University District serves great pastries and breakfast sandwiches. Get yours on fresh melonpan.

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SEA Review

Mainstay Provisions

Mainstay Provisions is a specialty market and coffee bar in Phinney Ridge that serves breakfast, lunch, and weekend pizza alongside pantry staples for sale.

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SEA Review

Le Coin

Le Coin is a French restaurant in Fremont that we love best for a natural wine-fueled brunch. You better get the eggs benedict.

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SEA Review

Tallulah’s

Tallulah’s is one of the best - and most attractive - places to eat brunch in Cap Hill. Bring someone who won’t mind you taking pictures of your eggs.

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8.5

SEA Review

Porkchop & Co.

Porkchop & Co. in Ballard serves brunch worth travelling for.

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SEA Review

Glo’s

Glo’s is a Capitol Hill diner serving giant pancakes and perfect hash browns. Just expect a line to eat them.

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SEA Review

The Fat Hen

Fat Hen is a great place in Ballard for a low-key brunch with a friend.

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6.8

SEA Review

Meet The Moon

For a neighborhood breakfast or low-key dinner date, head to Meet The Moon in Leschi.

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SEA Review

Lost Lake Cafe & Lounge

Lost Lake Cafe is a Capitol Hill diner that’s open 24 hours a day.

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SEA Review

Varsity Inn

Varsity Inn is a no-frills diner-y spot in Wallingford. When you need good, cheap brunch without fuss, this is where you go.

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SEA Review

Witness

Witness is a Southern-style brunch spot in Capitol Hill that makes you feel like you’re in Georgia. That’s a good thing.

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SEA Review

Skillet Diner

Skillet Diner is a modern diner on Capitol Hill serving updated versions of classic dishes.

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SEA Review

Seattle Biscuit Company

Seattle Biscuit Company is a Southern spot that serves biscuit breakfasts all day.

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SEA Review

Rachel’s Bagels & Burritos

Rachels Bagels & Burritos serves a fantastic lineup of handheld breakfasts in Ballard.