Easter Feastin'

Easter Brunch, Part II

Red Velvet waffles, pork belly and eggs, chocolate-cherry crêpes… Reserve now if you want in on the Easter feast action.

By Tiffany Ran April 11, 2011

At Salish Lodge, Easter brunch comes with a view. Photo courtesy Salish Lodge.

Library Bistro
Savory picks include a Dungeness hoagie and a garlic prawn omelet, while sweet teeth will want the Red Velvet waffles (gluten-free!) with a rhubarb compote. The kid’s menu features green eggs and ham. Individual items $6–$21/person; call for reservations.

Pearl Bar and Dining 10am–3pm
The 425 hot spot caters to ambitious eaters: the bill boasts entrees such as a smoked salmon scramble, bechamel-topped Dungeness crab omelet, filet mignon steak sandwich, and wild mushroom risotto, all served with in-house currant scones, an appetizer, and potatoes. For the kiddies, there’s vanilla-custard french toast. Individual items $10–$25/person; call for reservations.

Ray’s Boathouse 9am–2:30pm
A seated brunch offers petit filet mignon with potato cake, slow roasted pork leg with cheddar polenta, cinnamon and raisin French toast with pepper bacon and fruit, and a rich, braised shortrib benedict. Individual items $20–$32/person, children 5–11 half price, children under 5 free; reservations required.

Ray’s Café 9:30am–3pm
Or make the rounds at a brunch buffet featuring a full seafood bar and carving station, sides and salads, and plenty of entrees and breakfast dishes. Don’t forget to make room for dessert: mini brulées, Italian Easter cake, dark chocolate coconut cupcakes, and Mexican tea cookies round out the sweets. $36.95/adults, $18/children 5–11, children under 5 free; reservations required.

Rover’s 10am–2pm
Oysters, foie gras mousse, poached Maine lobster, chocolate-cherry crêpes, pork belly and eggs, and venison medallions ensure a decadent Easter repast. Individual dishes $9–$20/person, reservations recommended.

Salish Lodge and Spa Dining room 7am–2pm; buffet 10am–3pm
While the buffet gives you the option of carving, seafood, omelet, and dessert stations (plus tables for salads and breakfast favorites), the dining room entices with a three-course menu; a Pike Place vegetarian omelet, poached eggs Dungeness, or eggs with sausage, ham, and bacon are the featured mains. Dining room: $49/adults, $23/children 6–12, children 5 and under free. Buffet: $67/adults, $23/children 6–12, children 5 and under free; reservations recommended.

For contact information, click on the name of the restaurant. Reservations were available at the time of posting.

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