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Top Brunch Options for Mother's Day

Etta's always does a little something extra for moms on Mother's Day.

Photo: Tom Douglas Restaurants


Mother's Day is fast approaching; it's time to celebrate all the wonderful moms in your life (hey moms, this means you, too!). Here are three great brunch options where Mom can be spoiled and the kids will feel right at home. 


Etta's: This Tom Douglas standout, just down from Pike Place Market, offers a delicious brunch menu on weekends, and always does a little something extra for moms on Mother's Day. Their Dungeness crab Benedict is one of the most perfect breakfasts in town, and kids go nuts over the French toast, or the fish and chips served with perfectly crispy hand-cut fries. Best of all, if the kids get squirrely, you can take them to watch the ferries outside or explore the eclectic offerings of the market. Prices vary. 32020 Western Ave., Seattle, tomdouglas.com


Palisade: If youíre looking to treat your mom to a stunning view of the water and a show-stopping buffet, head to Magnolia's Palisade. Perfect for seafood lovers, youíll find sumptuous platters of Dungeness and snow crab, poached shrimp, seasonal oysters, house-cured salmon and more. They also offer a vibrant array of fruit and salads, made-to-order omelets, prime-rib carving stations, and a wide range of decadent desserts and baked goods. The griddlecake grill with its customizable pancakes is a big hit for kids. Be sure to treat Mom with one of their bottomless mimosas! Adults $62; kids $16. 32601 W. Marina Pl., Seattle, palisaderestaurant.com


Tilth: Brunch is the perfect time to bring your kiddos to experience Maria Hines' award-winning restaurant, located in a beautiful Craftsman house in Wallingford. This Mother's Day, Hines offers a three-course prix-fixe brunch menu showcasing innovative New American cuisine. The cheesy omelet is a knockout, and kids devour her freshly made baked goods and housemade granola. $25. 31411 N. 45th St., Seattle, tilthrestaurant.com

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