9 Mother's Day Brunch Destinations
Guaranteed to be a mother-loving good time.
Salish Lodge and Spa
Take in the natural beauty of Snoqualmie Falls as you wine and dine on lavender brioche French toast, eggs benedict, and a smoked salmon skillet. $70/adult, $30/young adult
Serafina and Cicchetti
The sister restaurants in Eastlake offer up an Italian and Mediterranean twist this mom’s day complete with specialty cocktails. At Cicchetti: chorizo, Manchego, mission figs with crostini and shaksuka with Moroccan-braised eggs (10-2). At Serafina: Buttermilk waffle with vanilla bean mascarpone and grilled asparagus with shaved black truffles and parmigiano reggiano. Longtime Serafina bruchers don’t worry; live music will still be there (9:30-2:30). $25/ person
The only restaurant brave enough to serve green eggs and ham on the same menu with dungeness crab and asparagus eggs benedict, this new retaurant in the heart of downtown will be serving brunch fit for casual and haute moms alike. Also on the menu: chocolate berry waffles, a smoked salmon sampler, and mimosa and bloody mary specials. A la carte
Barking Frog at Willows Lodge
When: Seatings at 10:30, 11, 1, 1:30
The carving station will feature prime rib of beef with au jus and creamy horseradish and Berkshire ham with stone-ground mustard sauce. The crepe station will offer both sweet and savory choices with roasted chicken Italiano, and “the Local”— caramelized Washington apples, Chantilly cream, Woodinville whiskey caramel, and Salt Works sea salt. Save room for dessert— tarts, cakes, and cupcakes will abound. $50/person
Rich Italian cuisine and classic brunch dishes will be served up at this downtown classic. Hearty brunch fare includes brown butter crepes, a smoked salmon omelet, rosemary potatoes, linguine frittata, crab ravioli, duck confit hash… we’ll stop there, the cocktail and desert menus are sure to induce in a food coma. A la carte
Veg moms will appreciate the decadent menu from this vegetarian restaurant in Capitol Hill. The three-course brunch includes entrees like strawberry-lilac stuffed French toast, arugula potato cake and grilled asparagus denedict, and morel mushroom and wild watercress flatbread. $35/ adults, $15/child
If brunch was not enough, wine and dine mom for dinner too. Chef Jason Wilson gives moms a five-course tasting menu that includes caviar, halibut, lamb, caviar, carnaroli risotto, caviar, fire-roasted artichokes, caviar, and an earl grey chocolate fondant. A wine paring is also available for an additional charge. Did we mention there’s caviar? $76/ person, $64 additional wine paring
A restaurant named for owner Donna Moodie's mother seems like a fitting destination for Mother's Day dinner. The three-course meal is full of seasonal options like chilled asparagus soup, wild ramp pappardelle, and rhubarb galette. $50/person
Going downtown? Parking is free on the waterfront for Mother's Day.