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The Toast of the Town: Seattle Brunch Spots

10 Restaurants | by Meredith Lavergne

The Fat Hen

The Fat Hen

Coffee & Espresso

1418 Northwest 70th Street, Seattle
Meredith said: Cutest little brunch spot in Ballard. The egg bake is 🔥 *pro tip- put your name in (it really is small!) and then grab a pastry from Rosellini’s across the street while you wait
Coastal Kitchen

Coastal Kitchen

Seafood, American

429 15th Avenue East, Seattle
Located in the Capitol Hill District, Coastal Kitchen is the quintessential neighborhood fish house. Our fish-forward attitude is what drives our quarterly changing menu, focusing on the varied coastal regions of our beloved planet (with an emphasis on seafood).
Meredith said: It’s impossible to choose a bad dish, But particularly keen on the eggs benny, spicy hash browns and the blueberry pancakes. Oyster Bloody Mary shooters are a must
Cactus Madison Park

Cactus Madison Park

American

4220 E Madison St, Seattle
Innovative & Inspired cuisine from Mexico and The American Southwest.
Meredith said: Full brunch and lunch menu, so you truly can’t go wrong. If you’re a glutton for sugar, get the churro waffles!
Fuel Coffee

Fuel Coffee

Coffee & Tea

610 19th Ave E, Seattle
Meredith said: This is for the hangover when you just can’t go to a sit down spot. Go for Sunrise Tacos! They deliver fresh tacos every morning- the Mt. Bakon is my fav. They also have vegan and vegetarian options
Volunteer Park Cafe

Volunteer Park Cafe

Cafe

1501 17th Ave E, Seattle
Always Fresh Goodness
Meredith said: I love their cafe granola and really just the whole menu. Don’t skip on the pastries because you might miss these tater tot bars!
Bistro Shirlee

Bistro Shirlee

Brasseries, American (New)

3600 Northeast 45th Street, Seattle
Meredith said: Renee Erickson’s newest spot near UVillage. Super cute interior with a great outdoor patio. The best burger I’ve had in awhile and the croque madame is unreal.
Westward

Westward

American (New), Seafood

2501 N Northlake Way, Seattle
Meredith said: This spot is more about the Instagram shot than the food. Or for just a boozy day on SLU. The smoked fish cake was really good!
Oddfellows Café + Bar

Oddfellows Café + Bar

Café, Bar

1525 10th Avenue, Seattle
Meredith said: Get. Anything. With. The. Biscuits. *pro tip- if you’re just a party of 1 or 2 ask for the back patio. Super cute!
Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge

Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge

Bar

601 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle
Meredith said: Your Cajun breaky dreams are realized here. I love the crab Benedict and crab and asparagus scramble. But I’m also dying to try the entire menu. Obviously don’t leave without a beignet
Soi

Soi

Bar

1400 10th Avenue, Seattle
Meredith said: My fav Thai dinner spot just became my new fav brunch spot. Get the khai grata or the hazelnut banana roti 😮
The Fat Hen

The Fat Hen

Coffee & Espresso

1418 Northwest 70th Street, Seattle
Meredith said: Cutest little brunch spot in Ballard. The egg bake is 🔥 *pro tip- put your name in (it really is small!) and then grab a pastry from Rosellini’s across the street while you wait
Bistro Shirlee

Bistro Shirlee

Brasseries, American (New)

3600 Northeast 45th Street, Seattle
Meredith said: Renee Erickson’s newest spot near UVillage. Super cute interior with a great outdoor patio. The best burger I’ve had in awhile and the croque madame is unreal.
Coastal Kitchen

Coastal Kitchen

Seafood, American

429 15th Avenue East, Seattle
Located in the Capitol Hill District, Coastal Kitchen is the quintessential neighborhood fish house. Our fish-forward attitude is what drives our quarterly changing menu, focusing on the varied coastal regions of our beloved planet (with an emphasis on seafood).
Meredith said: It’s impossible to choose a bad dish, But particularly keen on the eggs benny, spicy hash browns and the blueberry pancakes. Oyster Bloody Mary shooters are a must
Westward

Westward

American (New), Seafood

2501 N Northlake Way, Seattle
Meredith said: This spot is more about the Instagram shot than the food. Or for just a boozy day on SLU. The smoked fish cake was really good!
Cactus Madison Park

Cactus Madison Park

American

4220 E Madison St, Seattle
Innovative & Inspired cuisine from Mexico and The American Southwest.
Meredith said: Full brunch and lunch menu, so you truly can’t go wrong. If you’re a glutton for sugar, get the churro waffles!
Oddfellows Café + Bar

Oddfellows Café + Bar

Café, Bar

1525 10th Avenue, Seattle
Meredith said: Get. Anything. With. The. Biscuits. *pro tip- if you’re just a party of 1 or 2 ask for the back patio. Super cute!
Fuel Coffee

Fuel Coffee

Coffee & Tea

610 19th Ave E, Seattle
Meredith said: This is for the hangover when you just can’t go to a sit down spot. Go for Sunrise Tacos! They deliver fresh tacos every morning- the Mt. Bakon is my fav. They also have vegan and vegetarian options
Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge

Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge

Bar

601 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle
Meredith said: Your Cajun breaky dreams are realized here. I love the crab Benedict and crab and asparagus scramble. But I’m also dying to try the entire menu. Obviously don’t leave without a beignet
Volunteer Park Cafe

Volunteer Park Cafe

Cafe

1501 17th Ave E, Seattle
Always Fresh Goodness
Meredith said: I love their cafe granola and really just the whole menu. Don’t skip on the pastries because you might miss these tater tot bars!
Soi

Soi

Bar

1400 10th Avenue, Seattle
Meredith said: My fav Thai dinner spot just became my new fav brunch spot. Get the khai grata or the hazelnut banana roti 😮