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5 Awesome Easter brunches that are kid-friendly

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After the baskets are opened and the eggs are found, it’s time to eat! Here are some of the best kid-friendly brunches in and around Seattle. Book your reservation soon, many places have limited seating.

Super fancy brunch

You might not think of the restaurant in the Four Seasons hotel to be kid-friendly but if your looking for a super special (an expensive) meal to impress your family- this is it. Offering a three course meal with decadent selections that include lobster, a seafood tower and white chocolate pistachio dacquoise – adults will find the experience divine at the Goldfinch Tavern. Children will be in awe of all the kid-friendly selections, like apple fritter french toast and mac and cheese poppers. But we think they’ll be most impressed with the make-your-own easter basket complete with candy table.

Easter brunch with a killer view

Eat at the Café at Ray’s Boathouse in Seattle! A grand holiday buffet from 9am (first seating) to 8pm (last seating) for $70 per person including juice and sodas. Children 5 to 11 years of age $35. The menu includes appetizers, salads, entrees, and desserts. Ray’s will also have their traditional carving and shellfish stations. Offering a dinner buffet too! That sounds like a great kid-friendly Easter brunch option in Seattle.

Keep clam and get ready to feast

Ivar’s Seattle and Mukilteo are iconic eateries and an awesome choice for a kid-friendly Easter brunch in the Seattle area. They will be serving a plated Easter brunch. Dig into plenty of seafood options and enjoy! For reservations click here.

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. Reserve soon, seating limited.

Out on the Pier

Elliott’s Oyster House at Pier 56 will be serving Easter Brunch and all the fixins’. Kids will enjoy french toast or biscuits and gravy while parents indulge in seafood pasta or egg scramble. Enjoy the brunch or regular menu and celebrate the holiday.

Bonus: Out of Town

Head north to Semiahmoo and experience brunch at Packers Kitchen & Bar. After brunch the restaurant will also have an egg hunt for all the kids. Be sure to reserve space now, before spots fill up. There is no need to stay at the resort to participate in the brunch or egg hunt.

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