Heaven Sent Seattle Easter Brunch

Heaven Sent Seattle Easter Brunch

Brunch is a meal that brings us together to transcend the boundaries of breakfast and lunch. On the first day of spring, Seattleites everywhere looked towards the sky and thanked the-powers-that-be for impending pleasant weather. As the sun makes regular appearances, it will once again be socially acceptable to stand outside of the most popular restaurants in the city and wait patiently to partake in the holy ritual of brunch. Because Easter Sunday is just around the corner, all walks of spirituality will be honoring brunch and with some of the best chefs in the country you best believe we’re #blessed.

Six Seven
$75 per person, $45 per child
A brunch spread fit for a king (or queen). Six Seven’s stellar views of the sound will set the mood for this royal feast. Choose from options like the Iced Local Seafood including succulent oysters, meaty king crab legs, tuna poke, jumbo prawns with cocktail and hot mustard sauces or visit the carving & omelet station for Slow Roasted Pit Ham with honey glaze and made to order omelet. 

Local 360
We can’t get enough of Local 360 also deemed the patron saint of brunch. No pre-fixe here, but Chef Stew will be cooking up specials like Smoked Leg of Lamb w/rhubarb glaze, Ozette potatoes, green garbanzos, and carrot hummus and the notoriously divine Southern Ham Benedict. The regular brunch menu will be rousing the normal spiritual awakenings with a plethora of options from the Rabbit Sausage Biscuit Sandwich, Pork Belly Chop Salad, and Fried Chicken and Waffles, Maple Pepper Jelly.

The classy digs of Trace will be offering Easter specials worthy of even the most esteemed purveyors of brunch. Straight out of Pike Place is Uli’s Sausage with white corn tortillas, corn salsa and fluffy scrambled eggs. You can also get your green fix with the salad Lyonnaise – chicory, crunchy frisee, a runny fried egg and pork smoked sausage. Hallelujah!

Golden Beetle
$25 per person
Maria Hines’ spot for garden-fresh Mediterranean fare is featuring a simple but decadent pre-fixe. The clean, sustainably-inspired ingredients will transport your taste buds to a lush land of brunch bliss with courses like the Spiced Blini with sweet roasted pear compote, hazelnut, and savory ricotta; Roasted Carrot and Chorizo Scramble with romesco puree, white cheddar, and beef fat fried potato, topped off with Chocolate Mouse parfait, caramel, halvah, and pistachio brittle. 

The Capital Grille
3 courses at $49 per person, $15 per child
Dine under the all-knowing gaze of Washington great’s like UW alumni Bruce Lee. This white table cloth steak house is known for their perfectly cooked cuts and fresh seafood. On Easter they’ll be serving up some of the best quality cuisine in town with menu items like The Grille’s Lobster Frittata: a devilishly indulgent butter poached lobster tails, truffle hollandaise, and crispy hash browns and Bone-In Dry Aged NY Strip with a fried egg creamy white cheddar grits, crispy onions, and red eye jus.

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