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Hawaiian-style malasadas by way of Columbia City's Super Six. Image via Super Six Facebook

 Oh, New Year’s morning...a time in which zombie-like droves of hungry Seattleites wander the streets in search of anywhere that’s serving life-saving brunch. While many restaurant and bar workers deservingly take the morning or whole New Year’s day off, the resilient few open up their doors to the partially awake masses.

Here are eleven brunch spots to revive yourself and start 2016 sans hangover (hopefully).

Cafe Flora
Here, the tradition of vegetarian brunch buffet continues: French toast, mushroom crepes, mimosas, and more.

Capitol Cider
This one-hundred percent gluten-free kitchen serves brunch upstairs starting at 10. Offerings include cider mimosas, scrambles of chanterelle, roasted fennel and goat cheese, and lamb hash with poached eggs.

Geraldine’s Counter
One of Columbia City’s go-to breakfast spots has Americana diner classics at-the-ready come 9am on New Year’s morning.

Linda’s Tavern
From 10 to 3, nurse your hangover here with breakfast flautas or stacks on stacks of flapjacks.

London Plane
Serving brunch from 11 to 3, there will plenty of pastries with preserves and cultured butter, plus dishes like stewed tomatoes, peppers, chickpeas, and poached eggs with London Plane yogurt.

Oddfellows Cafe
Opening at 8 with brunch commencing at 9, here you’ll find brioche French toast, homemade biscuits, and beignets with jam.

Get in on this dim sum brunch: barbecue pork buns, steamed shrimp dumplings, and more.

Ray’s Cafe
Keep your buzz going with bloody Mary cocktails and spiked coffee.

Fried chicken and waffles, steak and eggs, orange juice and sparkling wine...a lot of new year–worthy duos on the menu to start 2016.

Super Six
Taking brunch orders starting at 8am, head to Columbia City for some loco moco, Portuguese sausage hash, or Hawaiian toast made with a malasada loaf and salted toffee syrup.

This brunch consists of flatbread with a sunny-side up egg and ricotta, ham and gruyere omelette, lemon and ricotta pancakes, and much more.

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