Open Loooooonger

March 16, 2009 Published in the March 2009 issue of Seattle Met

Steelhead Diner: Comfort food, in style.

When times get tough, the tough go out for brunch. Or lunch. Or a little, hic, liquid solace. At least that’s what a whole lot of restaurants, who are increasing their hours, are taking to the bank.

Crémant The new weekend brunch (10am to 2pm) focuses on Frenchified farm-fresh eggs, but the menu also holds libations from Cognac cocktails to an exquisite chocolat chaud.

Dahlia Lounge Brunch now happens weekends 9am to 2pm in Tom Douglas’s flagship beauty, which includes beef short-rib hash, homemade English muffins, all manner of egg dishes, and lunch faves after 11am.

Mona’s Bistro and Lounge We love the folksy-swanky Latona neighborhood restaurant and bar, and we love that it’s now open for brunch weekends, 9am to 3pm.

Steelhead Diner Now you can bring your out-of-town visitors to the most stylish comfort-food diner in Pike Place Market Sunday nights and all-day Mondays in addition to the rest of the week, 11am on. (Do these people sleep?)

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