Bookstore bar easter kscx9l

Over at Bookstore Bar, Eric Rivera's putting his spin on high tea.

Copperleaf Restaurant

For $65 per adult and $29.50 per kid Copperleaf is presenting a seafood buffet and breakfast table with traditional continental fare. Lunch dishes like pasta and a meat-carving table are also available. Brunch will be served 11am–3pm.


More affordable a la carte options like a $26 salmon filet, $9 Bloody Marys, and kids' options for $10. 10am–2pm.

Goldfinch Tavern

An appetizer buffet (with Mad Men-esque classics like lox, oysters on the half shell, shrimp cocktail, meat and cheese boards) and choice of continental entrée and dessert buffet for $65 per adult and $25 per child. 10am–3pm.

Bookstore Bar and Cafe

Tickets for $45 buy you entry to afternoon tea at the Alexis Hotel–includes an amuse bouche, three sandwiches, salad, sweets, and tea. Tickets are sold in pairs. Seatings are every 15 minutes between noon and 12:45pm.

El Gaucho Bellevue

Tons of standards this year, like pork belly, crepes, poached prawns, desserts, and Angus prime rib. Adults for $49 and $19 for kids and tweens under 13. 10am–2pm.


Same price point as sister restaurant El Gaucho, same classic brunch courses with seafood for good measure. 10am–2pm.


Three courses for $25—salmon scrambles, Italian twisted biscuits and gravy, and bottomless mimosas. 10am–3pm.


Brioche French toast and seared Albacore tuna represents both the savory and sweet camps of brunch for $30 per person. 10am–3pm.

Miller’s Guild

Boar eggs benedict, steak and eggs, and prime rib sandwiches make this a particularly decadent brunch. 7am–2pm.

Filipino Easter Brunch at Bar Del Corso

A full bar will compliment the Filipino influenced fare. Tickets are $50 per person. 1pm–4pm.


Crab cakes, shakshuka, tres leches cake, and beignets are all offered at this regionally diverse brunch spread. 10am–2pm.

Young American Ale House

French toast plus an omelet station make this brunch buffet kid friendly, and $20 per adult, $13.95 per kids makes it parent friendly as well. House cocktails will also be available. 10am–2pm.

Lost Lake Cafe

Peeps milkshakes and a creative selection of themed eggs benedicts are available for two weeks starting Easter Sunday.


Volunteer Park Cafe

Fun desserts like strawberry rhubarb pies, coconut lime panna cotta and hors d'oeuvres like deviled eggs and baby lettuces. Supper is family style and costs $45 per person.

The Ram

The restaurant and brewery will be offering their usual menu, plus $1 kids meals for every adult meal purchased.

Filed under
Show Comments
In this Article

The Ram Restaurant and Big Horn Brewery

$$ American/New American 2650 NE University Village St.

The Ram is part of the restaurant group which includes CB and Potts, Shenanigans, Humperkinks, Murphys and Stonehouse.

Editor’s Pick

Volunteer Park Cafe and Marketplace

$$ American/New American 1501 17th Ave E

Like the lovably daffy neighbor who makes you crazy but unites the community, this charming corner cafe-slash-bakery amid the residences of North Capitol Hil...

Lost Lake Cafe and Lounge

$ American/New American 1505 10th Ave

If there were ever a cafe that could double as a set in Twin Peaks, it’d be this Capitol Hill spot, all retro seating and throwback stone walls, seemingly ri...

Young American Ale House Closed

$$ American/New American 1744 NW Market St

With an interior spruce and a menu makeover, Maria Hines has evolved the former Golden Beetle into the family friendly gastropub Young American Ale House. Al...

Editor’s Pick


$$$$ American/New American 952 E Seneca St

John Sundstrom relocated his fanatically beloved Lark to the warehousey flank of Pike/Pine off Madison, spinning out a starlit space—indigo banquettes, white...

Editor’s Pick

Bar del Corso

$ Italian 3057 Beacon Ave S

Lucky Beacon Hill, that one of the town’s most emphatically destination-worthy pizzerias occupies a vintage storefront in the heart of the neighborhood. The ...

Miller's Guild

$$$$ American/New American 612 Stewart St

This all-day downtown restaurant adjoining the lobby of the Hotel Max is like a cave designed by Martha Stewart: lights low, lines classic, firewood stacked ...

Editor’s Pick


$$$ American/New American 1411 N 45th St

Maria Hines’s original (and now only) restaurant has always been her best—in a cozy Wallingford bungalow named for soil at its most fertile, the chef reaches...

Editor’s Pick


$$$ Italian 709 North 35th Street

Maria Hines’s Sicilian restaurant is every inch as nobly organic as the James Beard award–winning chef’s groundbreaking original, Tilth. In a gracious and co...

Editor’s Pick

Aqua by El Gaucho

$$$$ Seafood, Steak House 2801 Alaskan Way, Pier 70

Don’t hate her because she’s beautiful. This sprawling, window-walled sensation at the tip of Pier 70 features cruise-ship vistas of Elliott Bay, along with ...

Editor’s Pick

El Gaucho

$$$$ Steak House Multiple Locations

Waiters in tuxedos, diners in sequins—this is Seattle? Yeah, dollface, and brought to you by a restaurateur who prizes the sheer theater of the dining experi...

Editor’s Pick

Bookstore Bar

$ Sandwiches/Deli 1007 First Ave

It's one restaurant in two rooms, each off a different entrance to the pretty Alexis Hotel. Library Bistro, the larger of the two, serves breakfast in a hand...

Editor’s Pick

Goldfinch Tavern

$$$ American/New American 99 Union St

Smooth as a Don Draper sales pitch, the luscious Goldfinch is restaurant overachiever Ethan Stowell’s claim upon the increasingly commendable hotel restauran...

Pearl Bar and Dining

$$$ Continental 700 Bellevue Way NE

That whoosh sound you just heard was a thousand Eastside singles swooning a little. Pearl opened off the garage at Lincoln Center in the heart of downtown Be...

Editor’s Pick

Copperleaf Restaurant

$$$$ American/New American 18525 36th Ave S

Driving from Seattle to this destination restaurant at the Cedarbook Lodge retreat facility and hotel is like falling down a 15-mile rabbit hole: You’re in a...