Easter Eats

All Kinds of Easter Feasts

One last round of Easter brunches, just in case you procrastinated.

By Jessie Wesley April 3, 2012

Easter brunch has never looked better. Photo via Library Bistro and Bookstore Bar Facebook.

Yearning for more brunch choices? We have you covered.

Belltown Pub
Spend Easter in a feisty 21-and-over-hunt for “elusive ovals” filled with tiny treasures and secret giveaways. Chef Zach Nethercutt will be cooking up some of the pub’s classic brunch items such as a giant-sized, Guinness-frosted cinnamon roll to keep you fueled for the chase.
When: 11–2
Price: All brunch plates are $6.99

The Corson Building
The rustic and gorgeous playmate of Sitka and Spruce, serving food from its own farm and garden, provides the Easter diner with not one, but two options: a lamb dinner Thursday, or a brunch complete with an Easter egg hunt for the family on Sunday. Reservations required.
When: Thur 6–10, Sun 11 and 1, egg hunt 12:30
Price: Brunch $25 adults, $15 kids, $35 for dinner

Vios Cafe and Marketplace
This particular establishment marks Greek Orthodox Easter with a meal a week after the rest of us are done hunting for eggs. Enjoy a whole spit roasted lamb, and nine courses of Mediterranean goodness. This prix-fixe feast is available only at the Capitol Hill location. Reservations required.
When: April 15 1–3
Price: $35 adults, $12 kids

The Library Bistro and Bookstore Bar
New chef David Hatfield has Easter in check this year with specials like crepe suzette and his farm-raised Tamworth ham handy to spice up the bistro’s regular brunch menu. Thirsty folks can ring in spring at the Bloody Mary and mimosa bars. Make a reservation.
When: 8–3
Price: Plates vary between $11–$15

Kingfish Cafe
Head here for a Southern-inspired brunch or dinner tcomplete with grits, homemade cornbread, and a lamb special. Call for a reservation: 206-320-8757.
When: Brunch 10–2, dinner 5:30–9:30
Price: Plates vary between $13–$22

Serafina
This cozy Italian spot along Eastlake is great for a brunch for two. Share some Prosciutto di Parma before moving on to entrees like Black Forest ham baskets filled with soft polenta, sauteed mushrooms and poached eggs. Book a reservation.
When: 10–3
Price: Plates vary between $16–$23

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