Note: We advise you to make your reservations as soon as possible, as some of these locations may already be fully booked and deadlines are approaching for pickup orders. Call ahead to make sure.
Enthusiastic about seafood? Then you might enjoy this five-to-seven-course family-style dinner from Eric Rivera, which will focus on whatever fruits de mer are in their prime.
Fremont's Sicilian trattoria will serve a three-course prix-fixe menu with spring-inspired choices like grilled fava beans, a frittata with asparagus and Italian sausage, a smoked salmon and mushroom scramble, spring onion benedict, lamb carbonara, and limoncello and mint sorbetto with rhubarb marmalade.
Alderbrook Resort and Spa
Take in views of Hood Canal over plates of antipasti salad, Hood Canal oysters, BLT eggs benedict, stuffed French toast, omelets, sweets, and more from Alderbrook's buffet, which will also include a carving season. Kids can roam the resort searching for Easter eggs.
Kids and families can fill up on Easter brunch on the waterfront before searching for hidden eggs in an outdoor hunt.
Ascend Prime Steak & Sushi
If you're feeling extravagant, opt for Ascend's decadent buffet with appetizer and carving stations, a waffle bar, a Bellini bar, and an oyster bar, including tea sandwiches, eggs Benedict, baked salmon, roasted leg of lamb, and an assortment of sushi.
Scarf as many pickled eggs as you can handle and receive a free T-shirt.
Enjoy the sounds of the musical duo Second Dimension on the terrace as you tuck into a French-inspired prix-fixe dinner with choices like farmers market greens, grilled marinated beets, moules frites, croques madames, profiteroles, and cherry cognac clafoutis tarts.
The Beer Authority
Scour the Beer Authority for Easter eggs, then take part in a brunch potluck featuring Scotch eggs. Prizes include gift cards, specialty Deschutes brews, and more.
Make some "friends with benedicts" at the one-year-anniversary edition of this brunch pop-up, which will feature mix-and-match vegan versions of the traditional hollandaise-laden brunch staple, with sweet and savory variations and gluten-free options as well as drink specials.
Savor Dungeness crab quiche with breakfast potatoes, a freshly baked scone, and fresh fruit while taking in lake views.
At Brother Joe's buffet, heap your plate with a crab benedict loaded with hollandaise and poached or fried eggs; house biscuits and gravy; kalua pork over rice; Hempler's bacon; and fluffy cakes with fresh fruit. You can also build your own hash with homestyle potatoes and a choice of green chile verde, smoked brisket, or sauteed vegetables.
The Capital Grille
The steakhouse chain's prix-fixe menu will feature dishes like lobster frittata.
Partake in made-to-order omelets, a lavish seafood and shellfish buffet, and handmade pasta, with Snoqualmie ice cream for dessert.
The classic steakhouse known for its USDA prime steaks and live piano music will serve a special Easter brunch buffet.
*Elliott's Oyster House
This jaunty waterfront restaurant will provide stunning views and brunch dishes like a Dungeness crab and shrimp omelet with mornay sauce, mixed berry French toast with brioche and Chantilly cream, alder-smoked Alaskan salmon scramble, and a house biscuit and short rib benedict.
Eques's Easter brunch includes dishes like buttermilk and carrot cake pancakes, a campfire and thyme potato casserole, red and gold beet carpaccio, king crab legs and jumbo shrimp, rock salt prime rib, and sweets, plus mac and cheese, rainbow Easter eggs, and more for kids.
Don your Easter best and sit down to a pinkies-out high tea with a tailored flight of teas or a large pot of your tea of your choice, with sweet and savory offerings provided by local chef Bear LePlatt.
The brunch at Ethan Stowell's restaurant inside the Four Seasons Hotel lets you choose your own adventure: first, load up on an appetizer buffet that includes artisan cheese boards, mini asparagus frittatas, salmon lox wraps, shrimp and crab cocktail, customizable parfaits, and deviled eggs; then, choose between entrees like grilled beef ribeye and crab florentine benedict. You can even assemble your own Easter basket at a fully stocked candy bar. Add on optional "bottomless bubbles" to receive a mixologist-made brunch beverage or make your own at the bubble bar.
Hard Rock Cafe
Stuff yourself with pancakes, waffles, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, fruit, yogurt, and pastries and pose for pictures with the Easter Bunny.
Cozy up to the Woodinville restaurant's outdoor fire pit with a plate of hearty chicken and waffles, with fried chicken thighs, cornmeal waffles, honey butter, and Woodinville Whiskey Company's whiskey maple syrup.
Choose between celebration-worthy centerpieces like braised spring lamb navarin (a French stew), Columbia river salmon, or spiced rum-glazed Nueske's ham, then load up on side dishes and desserts at the buffet.
The swanky Hotel Sorrento's brunch buffet includes a carving station, omelet bar, and build-your-own-lox bar.
Keep clam and belly up to the buffet at Ivar's Acres of Clams and Salmon House locations, with Alaskan salmon, mussels, clams, crab legs, crepes, prime rib, and assorted brunch favorites. The Acres of Clam location will also get a visit from the Easter Clam.
Downtown and Wallingford
The Pike Place Francophile favorite will serve their usual brunch and dinner menus in addition to Easter-inspired specials.
Marination Ma Kai
Sate your savory brunch cravings with Hawaiian fusion dishes like chicken fried katsu and hangover fries, along with $1 off mimosas and a remarkable waterfront view.
Go Greek with Omega Ouzeri's feast, which includes tzatziki, fava, spring dakos (a bread salad), kritharaki (orzo) with nettle-herb pesto, lamb shoulder, and tsoureki bread pudding. For kids who don't want lamb, chicken skewers with fries and tzatziki are available.
This downtown restaurant near Kimpton Hotel Monaco Seattle by the waterfront will offer a buffet-style feast with options like bacon and eggs, pastries, croissants, scones, a foraged mushroom frittata, prime rib, shrimp cocktail, and a build-your-own-waffle bar.
Vegans and vegetarians (and anyone else wanting to forgo animal products) need not be left out of the Easter brunch festivities: Plum Bistro will debut their new spring and summer brunch menu, a plant-based spread that includes salted caramel French toast, a veggie breakfast slam with cheesy potato cakes and grilled asparagus, freshly baked pastries, and more.
Snap a selfie or two with the Easter bunny, then nosh on Bavarian-inflected Easter brunch specials.
Salish Lodge & Spa
The Snoqualmie Falls-adjacent hotel and restaurant will serve a prix-fixe menu with an assortment of freshly baked pastries and fresh fruit, a choice of a first course such as honey-glazed pork belly or banana Nutella crepes, and a choice of an entree such as Dungeness crab and gruyere quiche or carved filet of beef. Dessert is a selection of cakes, truffles, tarts, macarons, eclairs, and chocolate-covered strawberries.
Salty's on Alki Beach
Load up on Salty's famed seafood-laden brunch and stunning views for Easter.
Luxuriate in live violin music from Pasquale while eating a two-course spring menu with dishes like avocado pumpernickel toast with smoked salmon, heirloom tomato shakshuka, a foraged mushroom scramble, and croque madame. They'll have a children's menu with a choice of scrambled eggs, brioche French toast, and buckwheat pancakes, too.
Shaker + Spear
In addition to their usual menu, which includes favorites like blueberry lemon ricotta pancakes and Dungeness crab benedict, the seafood-focused restaurant inside the Palladian Hotel will serve Easter specials like deviled eggs with sturgeon caviar and blackberry bellinis.
Solarium Kitchen & Bar
Pile your plate high at the Hilton Bellevue restaurant and bar's buffet-style brunch, with carved meats, made-to-order omelets and waffles, breakfast and lunch entrees, a seven-tier chocolate fountain, and bottomless mimosas and coffee.
Stone House Cafe
Enjoy views of Lake Washington while eating your fill of a buffet that includes freshly baked muffins and pastries, eggs benedict, biscuits with country gravy, pancakes, penne with Italian sausage, and more.
Dig into hearty brunch specials like eggs benedict with kimchi hollandaise, with bottomless mimosas until 3 pm and happy hour afterwards.
Tamara Murphy's local, sustainable, "earth to plate" restaurant invites guests to celebrate spring. If you're lucky and weather permits, they might even open up the rooftop garden patio.
Maria Hines's organic and farm-to-table restaurant tucked away in a Crafstman bungalow in Wallingford will serve a three-course Easter brunch.
In addition to their regular menu, this modern space inside the Olive 8 Hotel will serve festive specials like pickled deviled eggs made with local Wilcox eggs, crispy salumi and arugula, and lamb burgers with feta cheese, tomatoes, and tzatziki on a Macrina bun.
Sip champagne or sparkling cider and avail yourself of the brunch buffet with alder-smoked wild salmon, made-to-order omelets, herb-roasted prime rib, and more as you cruise the waters of Lake Union and Lake Washington.
Dine on Mediterranean-influenced seafood and Easter specials as you marvel at the view of Lake Union and the city skyline.
FOOD TO PICK UP
The beloved bakery has all of your Easter needs covered with colomba di Pasqua (a glazed Italian Easter bread), hot cross buns, brioche rolls, mousses decorated like chicks, chickens, and Easter bunnies, and chocolates in the shapes of crosses, bunnies, eggs, chicks, and more.
Deadline: Recommended to order at least 48 hours in advance. Pre-orders can be placed in person or by calling the location you would like to pick up from.
Pastry chef Rachael Coyle's excellent Greenwood bakeshop will have sweet, yeasted, spiced hot cross buns with currants and candied Meyer lemon and orange peel, as well as bake-at-home scones.
Deadline: Pre-order by 5 pm on Wednesday, April 18 for pick-up between 8 am-4 pm on Friday, April 19; 8 am-4 pm on Saturday, April 20; or 8 am-noon on Sunday, April 21.
The cupcakery is selling petite cakes decorated with pastel spring hues, woodland creatures, bumblebees, and ladybugs by the dozen.
Deadline: Pre-order by noon before the day you need your cupcakes.
Tom Douglas's bakery will supply baked goods like chamomile shortbread, apple fritters, rhubarb crumble tart, brioche pull-apart dinner buns, and blueberry lemon muffins for your Easter needs.
Deadline: Pre-order by noon on April 19 for pick-up on April 18-21.
Lady M is famous for their signature crepe cake: "twenty paper-thin handmade crêpes delicately layered with ethereal, light pastry cream, the top gently caramelized till golden." It also comes in other flavors, like green tea and pistachio mille. Pre-ordered specialty cakes will be available to pick up at this event.
Deadline: Available while supplies last.
Macrina Bakery's spring menu includes colomba pasquale, chocolate pecan babka, cinnamon swirl brioche, rosemary raisin rolls, buttermilk dinner rolls, coconut passionfruit cake, chocolate raspberry cake and cupcakes, chocolate raspberry cupcakes, mini raspberry rhubarb upside-down cakes, lemon meringue tartlets, berry pie, bird's nest cupcakes, mini lemon cheesecakes, coconut cream tartlets, mini banana walnut bread, and raspberry almond coffee cake rings.
Deadline: Orders must be placed by noon, two days in advance. Seasonal menu is available through May 15. Call your nearest bakery to order.
Pike's Pit Bar-B-Que
Don't feel like cooking? The Pike Place barbecue establishment has hand-carved bone-in ham available for pre-orders by the pound or whole ham ($12/pound), as well as spiral-sliced ham with honey mustard glaze ($75 for nine pounds).
Deadline: Available in store April 18-21, while supplies last. Call 206-538-0779 or stop by in person to pre-order.
Piroshky Piroshky Bakery
The flaky-pastry purveyor has Easter kulich, a fluffy traditional Russian bread filled with raisins, almonds and candied orange peels and topped with frosting and sprinkles.
Deadline: Pre-order by April 15 for delivery or in-store pick-up on April 20-21. Available at PCC locations starting April 18 and at Metropolitan Market locations starting April 17.
The gourmet cupcakery's Easter dozen includes cupcakes topped with buttercream and pastel animal figurines and "Happy Easter" toppers, in addition to coconut cupcakes decorated to resemble Easter baskets with jelly bean eggs.
Deadline: It's recommended to order as soon as possible, at least 48 hours in advance. (Availability may vary for some weekends and holidays; call 206-632-7020 if you have a last-minute order and your request may be accommodated.)
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