10 Last-Minute Easter Brunch Suggestions

Where to go this Sunday, April 20

By Seattle Mag April 14, 2014


!–paging_filter–pThe Easter bunny arrives on Sunday, and if you’re like a lot of folks, you haven’t given a second thought about making reservations for brunch. If going out to eat on holidays is your thing, here are some suggestions:/p
pstrongAGRODOLCE/strong (709 N. 35thnbsp;St.)br /If an Italian Easter is your cup of tea, Maria Hines has got you covered at her Fremont restaurant. The three-course Italian-inspired menu features: St. Jude’s albacore tuna benedictnbsp;with arzag egg, caper aioli and sundried tomato; asparagus omeletnbsp;with pancetta, pecorina and béchamel; andnbsp;bomboloninbsp;with pastry cream, citrus and caramel. Agrodolce also has a bevy ofnbsp;specialty brunch cocktails, including the bottomless mimosa. The three-course menu is $25 per person. For reservations: a href=”//localhost/tel/206.547.9707″206.547.9707/anbsp;or a href=”agrodolcerestaurant.net” target=”_blank”online/a./p
pstrongGOLDEN BEETLE/strong (1744 NW Market St.)br /For a Mediterranean brunch, head north to Maria Hines’s Golden Beetle in Ballard. The three-course menu features: housemade yogurtnbsp;with fruit, orange blossom water, mint and walnut;nbsp;spicy Skagit River Ranch pork shank hashnbsp;with potato, mama lil’s pepper, béchamel and poached egg;nbsp;spring onion and wild mushroomsScramblenbsp;with herbed feta, housemade harissa aioli, and beef fat-fried potatoes; andnbsp;finally, a traditional bakalava. nbsp;$25 per person. For reservations: 206.706.2977 or a href=”golden-beetle.com” target=”_blank”online/a.nbsp;/p
pstrongHOT CAKES /strong(5427 Ballard Ave N.W.)br /Autumn Martin and the Hot Cakes gang are opening at 10 a.m. on Easter Sunday with an array of their usual springtime specials — homemade biscuit sandwiches, quiches, granola — as well as some special Easter dishes: baked-to-order frittatas topped with house-made ricotta and sautéed asparagus; Crème Yvette and lemon curd milkshakes; vanilla rhubarb bread pudding and something called “Brunch Punch,” which can only be a good thing. No reservations required. nbsp;/p
pstrongVOLUNTEER PARK CAFÉ (/strong1501 17th Ave E.)br /Owner Ericka Burke and her crew will be hosting a full day of Easter eating, starting withnbsp; brunch from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., followed by a special Sunday Supper at 6 p.m.nbsp; Morning brunch will include things like a bacon and egg panini, bundt cake, Slate coffee and mimosas. Come afternoon, baker Emily Weeks whipping up hot cross buns, coconut cupcake nests, and little sugar cookies in the shapes of bunnies, eggs, and chicks (!!). The dinner menu includes: bread and butter service, little gem lettuce and radish salad; deviled eggs and pickled asparagus; leg of lamb with spring veggies; and orange ginger cheesecake with rhubarb compote. Dinner is $40, not including beverages. For reservations: 206.328.3155 or a href=”alwaysfreshgoodness.com” target=”_blank”online/a./p
pstrongBAR COTTO/strong (1546 15th Ave.)br /Chef Zach Chambers is putting out a special menu from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. that includes seasonal dishes, a handful of Bar Cotto’s awesome pizzas, and some desserts. There will also be four spring-inspired cocktails and specials on glasses of Prosecco and Lambrusco. Check out a href=”ethanstowellrestaurants.com/blog/post/easter-brunch-at-bar-cotto/ ” target=”_blank”the complete menu/a. For reservations: 206.838.8081 or a href=”http://www.ethanstowellrestaurants.com/barcotto/” target=”_blank”online/a.nbsp;/p
pstrongAQUA/strong (2801 Alaskan Way)br /Enjoy the 270-degree views from Mt. Rainier to the Space Needle, alongside delicious Northwest cuisine including traditional brunch items and AQUA’s own special dishes. Brunch is a la carte. Check out a href=”http://www.elgaucho.com/Events/2014/AQ-Brunch.html” target=”_blank”the complete menu/a.nbsp;For reservations: 206.956.917./p
pstrongBOKA/strong (1010 1st Ave.)br /In addition to a menu of limited regular brunch items, this colorful Hotel 1000 restaurant will be serving a special Easter brunch menu (complimentary parking!) featuring dishes such as beet-cured salmon and short rib benedict from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Check out the complete menu online. Check out ahttp://www.bokaseattle.com/easter-brunch-preview.aspx/a ” target=”_blank”the complete menu. For reservations: 206.357.9000 or a href=”http://www.bokaseattle.com/reservations.aspx” target=”_blank”online/a./p
pstrongLE ZINC/strongnbsp;(1449 E Pine St.)br /This French gastropub on Capitol Hill will be offering a special three-course brunch menu from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. that includes a Croque Madame, Le Zinc Burger and chicken liver mousse. Cost is $35. Kids under 8 can eat for $15. Check out the complete menu. For reservations: 206-257-4151.nbsp;/p
pstrongMAXIMILIEN/strongnbsp;(81A Pike St.)br /A French Easter brunch menu to accompany your million-dollar view atop this Pike Place Market gem. Special dishes include: eggs benedict, chicken croissant, mussels, leg of lamb and other Parisian favorites. Kids have a special menu and eat for $15. Check out a href=”http://www.maximilienrestaurant.com/events/easter/index.html” target=”_blank”the complete menu/a. nbsp;For reservations: 206-682-7270 or a href=”http://www.maximilienrestaurant.com/events/easter/index.html” target=”_blank”online/a.nbsp;/p
pstrongRAVISH/strongnbsp;(2956 Eastlake Ave. E.)br /Head to Eastlake for an Easter brunch buffet from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Ravish will be offering some of their brunch favorites as well as many other tasty treats. $30 per person. Check out a href=”http://www.ravishoneastlake.com/Ravish-Eastlake-Menu.html#easter” target=”_blank”the complete menu/a. For reservations: 206.913.2497/p


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