7 Ways to Eat Well Easter Sunday
Plenty of brunches cater to the kids; here are some sure bets for an adult-oriented meal.
The eatery with a serious focus on local food will have a generous buffet starring a quail, chicken, and duck cooked together. Yes, a turducken. Reservations for a piece of the legendary turducken are strongly recommended.
Price: $45 adults, $25 for kids
Chef Brandon Kirskey opens the doors of Ethan Stowell’s Belltown restaurant during the day for a special Italian-inspired brunch. The menu ranges from sweets like grilled French toast with ricotta to a savory grilled beef tenderloin. Book a reservation.
Price: Plates vary between $9–$18
Celebrate Easter on the Eastside in a sleek setting complete with a savory menu that includes a Dungeness crab omelet topped with Beecher’s cheese béchamel, and a special kids menu. Book a reservation here.
Price: Plates vary between $20–$25
For a classy three-course brunch with a waterfront view, filet mignon, fresh croissants and a glass of champagne, head to Ray’s and request a window seat. In the cafe, a buffet options are available. Reservations required.
Price: $28–$40 adults, $14–$18 kids
On Easter Sunday, chefs hide eggs around the restaurant for kids and adults to hunt while waiting for their “huevos a la famenca” and other Spanish-inspired menu favorites to emerge from the kitchen. Reservations recommended.
Price: Plates vary between $6–$11
Rediscover a passion for eggs this Easter at The Four Seasons restaurant and lounge, ART, which will be preparing five special riffs of its classic eggs benedict—including a Maine lobster benny—in celebration of Spring. Reservations required.
Price: Plates vary between $17–$20
Venture to Ballard to feel like the chef’s guest for an Easter luncheon, dine on seasonal foods, and break bread at the small venue’s communal table. Reservations required.