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Best Brunch in Seattle

Sleeping late is one of the best weekend luxuries, but I have a few restaurant suggestions that have a brunch worth getting up for!

The Fat Hen’s farmhouse-style menu is becoming more and more famous for their wonderful Scandinavian-style pastries, table-side pressed coffee, and super-filling skillet baked eggs! A NW favorite is the smoked salmon eggs benedict, but really, it’s hard to go wrong at this place!

Fat Hen

If you’re looking for something a little less traditional, try Revel. Located in Fremont, this Korean-inspired menu is as surprising as it is delicious! The Kimchi Bloody Mary is out of this world and try it with the Revel Ramen, served with pork belly, kimchi and a soft boiled egg. Anyone feeling peckish yet?

Revel

And of course, one of my all-time faves is the Boat Street Café. This amazing brunch institution was started by Renee Erickson (who also owns the amazing the Walrus & the Carpenter and The Whale Wins) – so you’ll know the food will be impeccable.

If you are in Ballard or Kirkland on the weekend, head on over Volterra. Chef Don Curtiss’ menu features signature dishes such as a wild mushroom scramble with Fontina cheese, arugula and white truffle oil or duck and Yukon gold potato hash – yum! And be sure to try the Belissimo Bloody Mary with housemade balsamic mary mix! PS – Ballard Volterra is now open for lunch Monday through Friday now with an amazing 2 course lunch for $16! So if you feel like “brunching” during the week it’s a delicious option.

Volterra

Treat yourself this weekend and go out to brunch somewhere fun – but be aware, you might have to get up pretty early to miss the crowds at some of Seattle’s favorite spots! –Kathy

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