Rays Boathouse

Easter brunch with a view at Ray’s Boathouse. Photo via Ray’s.

Local 360
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.
When: 10–3
Price: $45 adults, $25 for kids

Tavolàta
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.
When: 11–3
Price: Plates vary between $9–$18

Pearl
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.
When 10–3
Price: Plates vary between $20–$25

Ray’s Boathouse
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.
When: 10–2:30
Price: $28–$40 adults, $14–$18 kids

Harvest Vine
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.
When: 10–2
Price: Plates vary between $6–$11

ART Restaurant
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.
When: 11–3
Price: Plates vary between $17–$20

Belle Clementine
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.
When: 1pm
Price: $30/person