Any Good Ideas Where to Go for Christmas Brunch?

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Beths. Duh.
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Smoke Shop Ballard
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The Harvester or Shakrabah in Tacoma
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The Eastlake Zoo used to be open on Xmas....
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Portage Bay and Voula's in U -District and Skillet Diner in Capitol Hill might be open, but I would call ahead to check. Or you could do what my family's doing - go to Trader's buy orange juice, champagne, bacon, eggs, shredded hash browns, & pancake mix. Nothing beats mimosas & bacon at home on Christmas! Cheaper and a sure way to avoid a family argument while waiting in a long line for brunch.
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international district.. practically everywhere.. also stumptown on pine is open for your caffeine needs
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I'd still have to vote for Dim Sum.
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Eltana
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The 5 Point Cafe - Special Xmas dinner, drinks, and a great jukebox. www.the5pointcafe.com
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Goldy, what is your source for the assertion you made in the Morning News that Crapo is a Bishop?
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I'm cooking a huge fresh ham for my son and I.

There will be copious left overs to have along with eggs from Smith Brothers and bread baked at Wild Wheat.

I'd invite you over, but I'm not anywhere near a transit oriented urban area.
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If you don't mind a bit of a drive the Village Resturant in Maysville is open. They have homemade food galore. Biscuits and gravy, eggs Benedict, turkey, and they are famous for their pies.
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Dim Sum at appropriately named "Dim Sum House" on Beacon Avenue a few doors south of Columbian Way is great and an incredible bargain. You order from a large menu or from the daily specials. It arrives fast, super hot, and delicious. Gorging for 3 runs between $14 and $17.

Their sticky rice is fragrant from the banana leaf wrap and extra goodies. The turnip cakes are crispy, rich, and total comfort. And there are dozens of rolls and dumplings - and Pho, or their version.

The front's not pretty but it's clean inside and the service professional. Try it!
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Not brunch, but The Neighbor Lady is doing a buffet later this eve.
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For dim sum? Jade Garden!
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I miss the King Cafe...
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@16 I miss King Cafe too
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The Canterbury!
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I know it's a late suggestion but how about a Native Aboriginal American casino buffet. They are probably open.
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Stay at home. You are the reason that these people can't spend Christmas with their families, you douchenozzles.