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Where to score breakfast for dinner in Seattle

French toast at Geraldine's Counter in Columbia City. Are you drooling yet?

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Breakfast: the most important meal of the day. But who says it has to happen in the morning? Hit up one of these sweet Seattle eateries to nab breakfast for dinner (or lunch, or snack).




Fremont’s lovable Roxy’s advertises itself as Seattle’s only New York-style Jewish deli. You’ll have to try for yourself and see!

Nab one of their East Coast Breakfast Specials, or go smaller-scale for kiddos with the “E.O.B.,” a bagel sandwich with egg, cheese and optional meat.

462 N 36th St, Seattle, 98103


Green Lake

Beth’s Cafe

Beth’s is a Seattle institution, to say the least. This diner offers mini breakfasts, scaled-down versions of classic breakfast options. Kids will also dig the Belgian Waffle, served up with eggs and meat on the side.

7311 Aurora Ave N, Seattle, 98103


Ballard // Capitol Hill


Capitol Hill’s erstwhile golden child Skillet has established itself as a go-to kid-friendly restaurant, as well as one of those great spots that you can get breakfast anytime of the day (or late night). Their Ballard spot is just as cool as the original location, though – don’t pass it up. Kids will go ape for the ridiculously thick slab of french toast.

Ballard: 2034 NW 56th St, Seattle, 98107

Capitol Hill: 1400 East Union Street, Seattle, 98122


Queen Anne

The 5 Spot

The 5 Spot, a Hawaiian-inspired diner, is the spot for breakfast at dinnertime. Kids will dig the waii’ula’ula waffle, a waffle topped with toasted coconut caramel sauce, tropical fruit, and toasted coconut.

1502 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, 98109



CJ’s Eatery

CJ’s downtown location is perfect for a midafternoon meal and a trip over to Olympic Scultpture Park afterward. Go for one of the skillets, herbed red potatoes topped with meat, veggies, and eggs any style.

2619 1st Ave, Seattle, 98121


Columbia City

Geraldine’s Counter

No all-day breakfast roundup would be complete without a nod to Geraldine’s. Geraldine’s, smack-dab in the middle of Columbia City, is not to be missed. Keep it simple with the Counter Special (eggs, hash browns, toast, and breakfast meat of your choice) or switch it up with the sweet white corn, havarti and herb scramble.

4872 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, 98118

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