Popularly known as the ‘Emerald City’, because of the greenery all year round, Seattle is the largest city of Washington. There are unlimited landmarks and attractions that draw a flock of tourists throughout the year, not to mention historic hotels and Airbnb houseboats that provide amazing accommodations. Another striking aspect of this city is the thriving restaurant scene. The innovative approach that these restaurants take has definitely catapulted them to a very favorable position. Treat your taste buds at these restaurants, which are dedicated to offering the best food in Seattle. Wildly creative and offering extremely appetizing dishes, the brunch menus of these restaurants, particularly, can very well take care of your cravings with flair. So, whenever you are here, do not forget to try the best brunch buffet spots in Seattle, Washington.
Posted by Palisade Restaurant on Thursday, 28 February 2019
Prepared with the utmost care and lavishly presented, the ‘City View Brunch’ menu at this restaurant changes with the seasons. However, you will always find an assortment of amazing foods to try, including house-made cakes, pastries, seasonal fruits and salads, local and imported cheese, and cured meats. The buffet also includes tea, coffee, classic cocktails and freshly squeezed juices like Apple Cider, Tangerine Chai, Pineapple Ginger, and others. There are many desserts to end your meal on a sweet note. The interior of the restaurant is very cozy and romantic and the gorgeous ocean views enhance your experience.
Address: 2601 West Marina Place, Seattle, WA 98199
Opening hours: Sat - Sun: 9:30am - 1:30pm (no brunch from Mon - Fri)
Posted by Salty's Seafood on Monday, 22 April 2019
Awarded the ‘Best Seattle Brunch’, Salty’s welcomes you with an array of wonderful preparations. The exotic views of Seattle City Skyline and Elliot Bay are something unique about this place. Enjoy a fabulous Beach Weekend Brunch Buffet that includes creatively prepared salads, French Toasts, Belgian Waffles, kinds of pasta, Taylor Shellfish and several others. The delectable seafood options available here are a delight for food lovers. Also, there are classy cocktails, draft beer, juices, and an option to make your own mary mix by choosing from the wide selection of ingredients.
Address: Alki 1936 Harbor Avenue SW Seattle, Wa
Opening hours: Sat: 9:30am - 1:30pm; Sun: 8:45am - 1:30pm (no brunch from Mon - Fri)
3. Goldfinch Tavern
It’s time to Brunch! Join us for our Weekend Brunch Buffet featuring bottomless mimosas, dessert buffet, and your favorite breakfast entrées. ☕️?Posted by Goldfinch Tavern on Friday, 31 August 2018
The ambiance of Goldfinch Tavern refreshes you. There are excellent preparations, a wide selection of drinks coupled with sweeping waterfront views. The food here revolves around simplicity and adept usage of local ingredients. More specifically, the brunch menu is elaborate and yummy. The A’ La Carte menu includes smoothies, seasonal fruits, made-to-order juices, pancakes, and sweet dishes. Then there is Savory Brunch, which has dishes like Goldfinch Burger, Grilled Salmon Salad and other delicacies.
Address: 99 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA
Website: Goldfinch Tavern
Opening hours: Sat - Sun: 10am - 2pm (no brunch from Mon - Fri)
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One more sleep until the weekend which means only one more sleep until weekend brunch! I have my eyes on this Patagonian...Posted by Chinook's on Friday, 29 March 2019
Located in Seattle’s Fisherman’s Terminal, Chinook is a high-energy seafood joint. Every meal at this perfectly maintained restaurant is mouth-watering but what specifically draws the crowd is the weekend brunch. Among the many perfectly cooked dishes, some of the favorites are Chinook’s Oatmeal, Homemade Buttermilk Pancakes, Trout and Eggs, Fishermen’s Scramble. What uplifts the experience is the prompt service, cozy atmosphere and scenic view of the marina.
Address: 1900 W Nickerson St #103, Seattle, WA 98119, USA
Opening hours: Sat: 7.30am - 11.15am; Sun - 7.30am - 1.15pm
5. Six Seven Restaurant
Enjoy brunch with a twist, perfected by Chef John Roberts for only $25.00. Call 206-269-4575 to make reservations.Posted by Six Seven on Sunday, 29 April 2012
Awesome food, incredible service, and breath-taking views define this restaurant. Located in a well-known seaside hotel, this award-winning restaurant offers Pacific Northwest cuisine. The food here is prepared proficiently by using the finest natural and organic ingredients. The brunch menu is extensive and includes delicious sandwiches, Fried Chicken and Waffles, Smoked Salmon Plate, Mac & Cheese, Fish & Chips, pancakes, and many other delicacies. Also, there is freshly brewed Zoka Coffee, cappuccino, assorted juices as well.
Six Seven Restaurant
Address: 2411 Alaskan Way, Pier 67, Seattle, Washington
Website: Six Seven Restaurant
Opening hours: Sat - Sun: 6:30am - 2:30pm (no brunch from Mon - Fri)
6. Portage Bay Cafe - Roosevelt
“Eat like You give a damn!” This is what the restaurant says. If you are planning to visit this place for brunch, then be prepared to wait in the queue. It is one of the best cafes in Seattle. But be assured that the wait is totally worth it because the dishes are really fresh and marvelous. You get dishes like West Coast Benedict, Green More Burrito, breakfast sandwich, pancakes, and French toast, egg preparations, and others. There are three types of seating arrangements, but the window seating is certainly the best. There is a strong focus on the usage of fresh/natural/organic and local stuff.
Portage Bay Cafe - Roosevelt
Address: 4130 Roosevelt Way NE Seattle, WA 98105
Website: Portage Bay Cafe - Roosevelt
Opening hours: Sat - Sun: 7:30am - 2:30pm (no brunch from Mon - Fri)
Tom's Big Breakfast: Mediterranean octopus, tender winter squash, hearty black kale, sunny egg, bacon and Dahlia Bakery toast. #Seattle #Brunch #StuffToEatBeforeDonutsPosted by Lola on Sunday, 13 December 2015
The ambiance of Lola is bright, and a range of mouth-watering dishes await you. The menu is an excellent amalgamation of Pacific Northwest clubbed with cooking style from Greece. This upscale dining room is surely one of the most popular places for brunch. The crowd coming here is particularly interested in the brunch menu, which is not only extensive but consists of very flavorsome choices such as kebabs, Lola Spreads, burgers, side dishes, and selected beverages too.
Address: 2000 4th Ave Seattle, WA 98121
Opening hours: Sat - Sun: 7am - 3pm (no brunch from Mon - Fri)
8. Lowell's Restaurant
Our Blueberry-Lemon Zest-Ricotta Buttermilk Pancakes, super tasty!Posted by Lowell's Restaurant on Wednesday, 13 April 2016
Your visit to Seattle’s Pike Market is incomplete without a visit to this restaurant. With three floors of seating – each offering mind-blowing views, every detail is supervised very meticulously. The result is insanely good food, prepared by very efficient hands. More specifically, the brunch not only fills your belly but your soul too. The wide-ranging menu is very appetizing and includes dishes like Lowell’s Restorative Breakfast Bowl, slow-cooked steel-cut oatmeal, Cinnamon Vanilla French Toast, selection of Eggs Benedict, and more.
Address: 1519 Pike Pl 98101 Seattle, Washington
Website: Lowell’s Restaurant
Opening hours: Sat - Sun: 7am - 11:30am (no brunch from Mon - Fri)
It’s time to start making brunch plans! Stop by this weekend for baos galore and our Bahamas themed brunch buffet.?#JouleSeattlePosted by Joule Restaurant on Thursday, 17 January 2019
Joule is totally focused on delivering an impressive range of dishes. The menu here is a unity of technique and thoughtfulness. The dishes are bursting with flavor, but the emphasis is on Korean flavors. Served in the restaurant’ contemporary space, the brunch attracts a lot of attention. Served on Saturdays and Sundays, the brunch’s unique feature is that it features the cuisine of a new country every month. Some of the dishes are Kaya French Toast, Sesame Waffle, Green Goddess, Bacon, along with drinks like Joule Bloody Mary, Joule Mimosa, and others.
Address: 3506 Stone Way N 98103 Seattle, Washington
Opening hours: Sat - Sun: 10am - 2pm (no brunch from Mon - Fri)
10. Portage Bay Cafe - 65th
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This is the latest addition by Portage Bay, which is one of the coolest and oldest names in the list of Seattle’s favorite restaurants. The expertise of the chefs here translates into wonderful dishes that are served here. The brunch is extremely preferred and despite the fact that the menu is the same, you are served in an entirely different environment. The people of the nearby neighborhood are able to reap the advantage of it, as they don’t have to go to its far-off branches. Some of the brunch favorites include Seattle Benedict, various pancakes, Dungeness Crab Omelet, Rancher’s Breakfast.
Portage Bay Cafe - 65th
Address: 900 NE 65th St Seattle WA 98115 USA
Website: Portage Bay Cafe - 65th
Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 8am - 2pm; Sat - Sun: 8am - 2.30pm
When talking about a Seattle weekend, brunch is undoubtedly an essential part of it. In fact, it is one of the best ways to fuel up your weekends. This is exactly what these best brunch buffet spots in Seattle, Washington, have in mind while welcoming you – to fulfill your weekend cravings. Everything about these brunch buffets is fresh and delicious. If you haven’t tried these restaurants, then it’s time you start one after the other! Happy crunching!
There are also French restaurants and seafood restaurants in the area that are worth checking out!
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