Share antipasti—bitter greens with pancetta, butter lettuce salad, a Tuscan spring dish of fava bean puree and pecorino cheese— then it’s on to the entrees: grilled New York strip or fennel sausage with crispy potatoes, braised organic pork with shredded potatoes and sautéed nettles, a traditional Easter tart, salmon scrambled eggs, or Serafina’s signature dish, a cheesy baked eggplant. Individual items $5–$21/person; call for reservations.
A buffet fit for meat lovers tempts with applewood bacon, pit smoked ham, andouille sausage, grilled free range chicken, and tri tip steak. Vegheads need not worry: also included is a made-to-order omelet station, baked pasta florentine, several salads, and an assortment of sweets. $39.95/person, $9.95/children 12 and under; call for reservations.
Chef Brandon Kirksey’s lengthy list of dishes includes several scrambles, French toast with ricotta and fried egg, grilled Culotte steak, poached duck eggs, and a lamb burger. Save room for something dolce: zeppoli, panna cotta, or gelato. Individual items $8–$15/person; reservations recommended.
To complement their regular morning menu, Tulio offers Italian-inspired specials: creamy polenta with rosemary potatoes, toasted walnuts, and roasted pears, a torta of savory egg custard, pancetta, and cheeses, house-made lamb sausage, and crab tortelli. Individual items $7–$18/person; call for reservations.
Waterway Cruises 10:30am–1pm
A champagne toast and live music liven up this buffet, which diners enjoy during a two-hour sail on Lake Washington. $59/adults, $53/seniors and military, $25/children 5–12, children 4 and under free; reservations recommended.
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