8 More Destinations for Easter Brunch
Take a pictures with the Easter Bunny, or just enjoy him atop some eggs Benedict.
Maria Hines’s southern Italian-inspired restaurant will feature a three-course brunch for $25, including blueberry apricot scones, an albacore tuna benedict, and asparagus omelets with pancetta, pecorino and béchamel. Oh, and don’t forget the bottomless mimosas. Call 206-547-9707 for reservations.
Those with a twisted sense of humor will appreciate the five specialty dishes that make up la carte brunch: eggs benedict with rabbit confit, rabbit stew, a rabbit frittata with chevre, rabbit pate with huckleberry mostarda, and deviled eggs with crispy rabbit. Sounds like a treat, as long as you can get over the cognitive dissonance of chowing down on the Easter bunny. Call 206-777-6193 for reservations.
In addition to Seder on the 14th and 15th, Hines’ Eastern Mediterranean restaurant in Ballard will be serving up a three-course Easter brunch, including housemade yogurt, pork shank hash, and a rosewater baklava. The prix-fixe brunch will cost $25. Call 206-706-2977 for reservations.
Ivar’s Acres of Clams
This waterfront restaurant will be offering a buffet featuring Alaskan salmon, mussels, crab, crepes, and a selection of breakfast classics. The price for adults will be $35; kids, $15.
Though it’ll certainly be available, the Easter offerings go far beyond juice. The healthy-not-hippie cafe's a la carte menu includes a pea vine and quinoa omelet, chicken and brown rice congee, cardamom coffee cake, and other wholesome choices alongside Stumptown coffee and Remedy teas.
Brunch chef Elise Tuley is doing a special menu here in South Lake Union, with options including an apple walnut salad, oatmeal risotto, and duck frittata. Call 206-467-5300 for reservations.
This Cle Elum resort will be serving a plated Easter brunch including cheese blintzes with mixed berry compote, traditional eggs benedict, and grain porridge with fruit and coconut. Reservations are required for the $44 brunch—but not for the $24 family-friendly breakfast from 10–12, which will include an appearance by the Easter bunny.
Hines’s original organic New American restaurant will offer a three-course menu for $30, or $40 with a mimosa and coffee. The meal will include an asparagus and smoked salmon salad, potato galette with sablefish, stuffed rhubarb French toast, and Theo chocolate ganache cake. For reservations, call 206-633-0801.