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5 Awesome Easter Brunches Kids Will Love

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After the baskets are opened and the eggs are found, it's time to eat! Here now, are the best bets for kid-friendly brunches in and around Seattle.


Easter Brunch with a Killer View

On Saturday, March 31, the Café at Ray's Boathouse will be hosting its first Easter Egg Coloring Party on their covered patio at 11:30 am. This event is all ages and includes hard boiled eggs and a PAAS dying kit for each table to create festive Easter eggs. The full Café menu will be available for purchase. A $10 donation to Mary’s Place is the price of admission per reservation, which will be collected upon arrival. Reservations are required and can be made by calling the Cafe at 206-789-3770.

On April 1, gather your friends and family for a beautiful, waterfront Easter Sunday brunch or dinner in the Boathouse or Café. Reservations are highly recommended. Please contact the Café at 206-782-0094 or online; and the Boathouse at 206-789-3770 or online to reserve.

Keep Clam and Dress the Family in Stretchy Pants

Ivar’s Salmon House and Ivar’s Acres of Clams will be doing their popular brunch buffets again this year. Dig into options like mussels, clams, oysters, crepes, prime rib and more. You can also head to the restaurant up north, Ivar’s Mukilteo Landing, for a plated brunch. For reservations call or click here


Ivar's Acres of Clams

9:30 am to 2:30 pm

Price:  $45, Kids 6-12 years $15, Kids under 5 FREE

Photos with Ivar’s Easter Clam, 10 am-2 pm


Ivar’s Salmon House

9:30 am to 2:30 pm

Price:  $45, Kids 6-12 years $15, Kids under 5 FREE


Ivar’s Mukilteo Landing

9:30 am to 2:30 pm

Price:  Varies $-$$ (Plated)


Sail Away

If you're looking for a seafaring adventure, consider the Easter Cruise to Blake Island and TillicumVillage onboard the Royal Argosy. Brunch is Northwest-inspired fare inside the iconic cedar longhouse and kids can participate in an Easter egg hunt on the island. The fun doesn't end there—the regular Tillicum Village show is also a part of the festivities. You may even find the Easter Bunny aboard the boat! 10 am to 2:30 pm, reservations required.  $94 adults, $84 seniors, $49 youth, under 3 free.


The Brunch to End All Brunches

Salty's is the pinnacle of amazing brunches in the Seattle area and you can either visit the Alki or Redondo Beach location. From eggs benedict and cheesy bacon hash browns to chocolate fountains and seafood, there are so many delectable choices, you will want to come hungry. Hop over to the online menu to see even more mouth-watering options. 

Easter brunch will be offered on both Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday, brunch runs from 9 am to 1:30 pm and is $59.99 for adults; $29.99 for kids (9-13); $19.99 for children (5-8). On Sunday, brunch runs all day from 8 am to 6 pm and is $77.99 for adults; $29.99 for kids (9-13); $19.99 for children (5-8). The four and under set eat for free on both Saturday and Sunday. Reservations are required and spaces fill up fast, so do it now: 206-937-1600.


Out of Town

80 miles east of Seattle, Suncadia’s brunch buffet features a spread of individual Ellensburg lamb Shepard's pie, ricotta gnocchi with roasted butternut squash and lacinato kale along with plenty more sweet and savory picks. 10 am to 3 pm, $49 for adults, $20 for kids; call 509-649-6473 for reservations.

Or, go on Saturday for the resort’s epic Easter egg hunt and other activities throughout the weekend—there is a whole list. The free event at Dawson park starts at 10 am, when kids can find thousands of hidden eggs filled with candy and prizes.



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