Easter Feastin'

Easter Brunch, Part IV

One last roundup before the Bun hops through town.

By Tiffany Ran April 20, 2011

T-minus one week.

ART Restaurant 11am–2pm
Along with à la carte offerings—lemon brioche French toast, Dungeness crab cake benedict, maple glazed ham—guests have access to a buffet featuring salads, savories, and dessert. Kids can eat their way through mini beef burgers, mac and cheese, and tater tots. $65/adults, $25/children 6–12; reservations recommended.

Alderbrook Resort & Spa 8am–3pm
Get your fill of Hood Canal views, then fill up on hot and cold platters at the buffet, or order from a list of AM entrees. Oodles of sweets await at the desserts spread, and there’s a prime rib carving station, too. $45/adults, $14/children 10 years and younger; call for reservations.

Ivar’s Acres of Clams 9am–3pm
Freshly shucked oysters, cocktail prawns, and fish and chips are just a few of the oceanic treats gracing this seafood-centric repast, also featuring a crepe, carving, and omelet station. Snap a picture with the Easter Clam—even if your belly is full of his bivalve relatives. $29/adult, $15/children age 6–12; reservations recommended.

Milagro Cantina 10am–3pm
Brunch goes south of the border courtesy special Easter fare including Pan Dulce Mexicana, horchata- and tequila-dipped French toast with key lime syrup, and Relleno Desayunos, a roasted poblano scramble. Individual items $10–$13/person; call for reservations.

Salty’s on Alki Sat 8:45am–1pm, Sun 7:45am–8pm
Indecisive types may have a tough time with this one: the pancakes, French toast, and waffles alone are accompanied by an array of toppings and syrups. Ponder more choices at the pasta, omelet, and crêpe stations. Oysters are shucked to order at the seafood table, which also offers blackened salmon and fried catfish. Saturday $44.95/adults, $37.95/seniors, $22.95/children age 9–13, $15.95/children age 5–8, children 4 and under free; Sunday $47.95/adult, $25.95/children age 9–13, $19.95/children 5–8, children 4 and under free; reservations recommended.

Salty’s at Redondo Beach 8:30pm–5:30pm
Or, hit the other beach, where a similar buffet awaits. $45.99/adults, $19.99/children 6–12, children 5 and under free; reservations recommended.

Six Seven Restaurant 11am–4pm
Chef John Roberts offers seasonally inspired items like Northwest cioppino. The cold table features everything from a Mediterranean platter to sushi and salumi. $49.95/adults, $24.95/children under 12; call for reservations.

Tidbit Bistro 10am–3pm
Arancini Strapazzati (eggs over rice balls), three-egg frittata with veggies and goat cheese, and other authentic fare from the boot make up this brunch. Individual items $10–$16/person; call for reservations.

Urbane 6:30am–2pm
The buffet of many stations (egg, carving, toast, waffle) will leave your plate piled high, but make room for the stick-to-your-ribs hot dishes including fried chicken with honey glaze, lamb meatballs with fennel and tomato sauce, and grilled sticky buns. $42/adult, $22/children; call for reservations.

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

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