Yearning for more brunch choices? We have you covered.
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.
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.
Price: Plates vary between $11–$15
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
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.
Price: Plates vary between $16–$23