For Your Weekend Consideration: Brunch at Lot No 3, The Blue Glass

The Bellevue and Ballard joints join the morning shuffle.

By Christopher Werner January 21, 2011

Doesn’t this look like a comfy place to start the day? The Blue Glass in Ballard begins weekend brunch on January 22. Photo courtesy

A couple of new spots jumping on the brunch bandwagon:

Heavy Restaurant Group–backed Lot No 3 in Bellevue is doing it up Saturdays and Sundays 10–3. Here, toques take your usual offerings up a tick—consider the pumpkin pancakes with bourbon syrup, malted waffles (also with bourbon syrup), and egg-bacon-cheese sliders. Because everybody loves sliders, right? Plates hover around $10, with the salmon-garnished house-made bagel topping them out at $13.

The recently opened Blue Glass debuts its morning menu Saturday at 10am, says The NW 65th Street spot will serve the standards—two types of Eggs Benedict (one with Kurobuta pork shank and caramelized fennel, the other with sherried mushrooms and fresh arugula), French toast with whipped goat cheese (yummers), and an omelette, to name a few—as well as more lunch-leaning items: a roasted poblano burger, a monte cristo, etc.

And don’t forget about Revel.

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