Mondello Ristorante Italiano
For an Easter filled with lasagna, eggs Florentine, and Sicilian toast “pan fried to perfection,” look no further than this romantic Italian spot in the heart of Magnolia. Reservations recommended.
Price: $25 adults
Chef Jason McClure has crafted a hearty buffet starring pit-smoked ham, an omelet station, and a plethora of other kid- and crowd-pleasers. Reservations recommended.
Price: $45 adults, $13 for kids 12 and under
Copperleaf Restaurant at Cedarbrook Lodge
Menu highlights include roasted lamb, Alaskan cod, and a (very tempting) Snoqualmie Ice Cream buffet. Reservations encouraged.
Price: $50 adults, $25 kids
Chef Seis Kamimura helms a three-course dinner that features enticing selections like ahi tuna tartare, moules frites, and Washington flat-iron steak. Pastry chef Kim Mahar whips up desserts such as steamed lemon pudding with lemon curd sherbet. Call 206-456-7474 to reserve.
Salish Lodge and Spa
Commence Easter morning with a panoramic view of Snoqualmie Falls. Diners can choose from a generous Northwest-inspired buffet or a formal three–course brunch. Book a reservation here.
Price: $52–$72 adults, $26–$36 kids
Ivar’s Acres of Clams
The iconic restaurant on Pier 54 prepares a buffet boasting more than 100 items, from freshly shucked oysters to made-to-order bananas foster. Reservations recommended.
Price: Adults $35, kids $15
Ponti Seafood Grill
Take in views of Ship Canal and a taste of raspberry mascarpone French toast or Alaska sockeye during Ponti’s three-course plated brunch. Reservations recommended.
Price: $29 adults, $15 kids
Bin on the Lake
If Kirkland beckons, check out this spot for an elegant three-course prix fixe brunch created by new chef Dylan Giordan. Bacon beignets and waygu steak and eggs are just the beginning. Kids menu available. Reserve a spot.
Price: $50 per person