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Don't forget your Derby worthy hat this Sunday, March 27th—to prevent getting lost in the brunching crowds. Here are a few Easter brunch options with no shortage of seafood scrambles and legs of lamb. 

Agrodolce: Start with a citrus fruit plate, move on to the spring hash of lamb, veggies, and egg, and finish it off with limoncello sorbet or espresso gelato, a true springtime meal ($25)

Alderbrook Resort and Spa: Shelled sea creatures abound down here on the Hood Canal, along with prime rib, banana bread French toast, and free family photos with the Easter Bunny ($49)

Cafe Campagne: Easter the French way with oeufs en meurette and bourbon egg batter French toast (prices vary)

Cafe Flora: With vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free options, Cafe Flora is offering hoppin' John black eyed pea fritters with cheesy grits, tofu or egg scrambles, and animal shaped pancakes (prices vary)

Daniel's Broiler: Dishing up a classic crab omelet and gruyere and lox scrambles ($49)

Elliott's Oyster House: Located on Pier 56 will have alder-smoked Alaskan salmon, Dungeness crab, and a beef tenderloin Benedict (prices vary) 

Eques at Hyatt Regency Bellevue: Nothing says Easter like chocolate peanut butter pancakes, loco moco with fried rice and Kobe beef, and bottomless mimosas($50)

Golden Beetle: Start the season right with choices including braised pork shank hash, a grilled asparagus and kale omelet, spiced donuts or a chocolate mouse parfait ($25)

Ivar's Salmon House, Acres of Clams, and Mukliteo Landing: Ivar's brunch buffet features oysters, fish and chips, lamb leg, a build-your-own bloody Mary bar and an appearance from the famous Easter Clam ($45)

The Olive and Grape: Not your traditional Easter brunch–really an Italian Easter lunch–with lamb shank, musakka, and fried cauliflower ($25)

Salty's on Alki: There will be a chocolate fountain and a bunny appearance ($73)

Serafina: Will offer a fava bean scramble, New York steak, polenta fig muffins, and duck eggs a plenty ($35)

Tilth: Brunch at Tilth with cheddar biscuits and smoked chicken with fried egg and preserved lemon, a winter citrus salad with feta, pine nut, and balsamic, and sourdough waffles–vegan and gluten free options also available($30)

Vendemmia: Opening for brunch this Easter Sunday with a Dungeness crab scramble with creme fraiche and chives (prices vary) 

Volunteer Park Cafe: Spend all day with hot cross buns and bunny shaped sugar cookies in the morning and an Easter edition of Volunteer's Sunday Suppers featuring burrata, little gem lettuces, halibut, and lemon tart in the evening ($45) 


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