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10 excellent Easter brunch spots

These hoppin' spots promise holiday favorites and whole lot more.

After the baskets are opened and the eggs are found, it’s time to eat! Here are some restaurants in and around Seattle that tout their kid-friendly Easter brunches. If this is your splurge holiday, they’ve got you covered. Book your reservation now—many places have limited seating. Unless indicated, these brunches take place Easter Sunday, March 31.

Super fancy brunch

For an all-out splurge, feast with Four Seasons Hotel Seattle this Easter. where views of Elliott Bay and the Seattle Great Wheel are downright breathtaking. Parents: hang up your aprons and leave the cooking to Executive Chef Brian Doherty and his team for an effortless Easter buffet. You’ll find quintessential spring fixings and sides in a bountiful spread. Held in the hotel’s ballroom, the traditional menu is sure to be a tasty, albeit pricey, family experience ($155 per adult; $65 per child ages 5 to 14. Reservations will be limited to 2 hours for dining and are required.

Easter brunch with a killer view

This year you have a choice of Easter brunch or dinner at  Café at Ray’s Boathouse in Seattle. A grand holiday buffet from 9 a.m. (first seating) to 8 p.m. (last seating) for $70 per person, including juice and sodas. Children 5 to 11 years of age cost $35. The menu includes appetizers, salads, entrees, and desserts. Ray’s will also have their traditional carving and shellfish stations. Reservations required.

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 on Alki is the pinnacle of amazing brunches in the Seattle area and Easter is no exception. 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 now, tables fill fast. Call 206.937.1600 or go online.

Out on the Pier

Elliott’s Oyster House at Pier 56 will be serving Easter Brunch and all the fixings. 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.

Easter Tea, anyone?

The Lodge at St. Edwards Park in Kenmore will hold Easter tea from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Easter Sunday rather than brunch. Prepare to indulge in elegance and tradition hosted in the historic Remington Ballroom. The cost is $72 per person, and reservations are required.

One for the eastside

Equs, located at Hyatt Regency Bellevue, will host its annual Easter buffet from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The cost is $75 for adults and $40 for kids aged 5-12. Children age 4 and under eat for free. Reservations are required. Please email your reservation request to

Take a seat at the Water’s Table

South of Seattle, you might want to row on into Water’s Table in Renton, located in the Hyatt at the southern end of Lake Washington. The menu features many family favorites, including lamb hash, hot cross buns, a ham carving station, and more. The cost is $75 for adults and $23 for kids aged 5 to 12. Reservations are required.

They’re using the word ‘Grand!’

Gather your loved ones around a table for Copperleaf Restaurant’sGrand Easter Brunch Buffet,’ where everybody will find something to love, from a wide range of breakfast favorites to chef-carved meats and the restaurant’s signature seafood display. Located at Cedar Lodge, just east of Bow Lake in Seattle, a post-brunch walk on Cedar Lodge grounds is the bonus. Three seatings: 9 a.m., 11:30 a.m., or 2 p.m. Cost for adults is $95 and for kids aged 12 and under, $30. Reservations required.

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. You do not need to stay at the resort to participate in the brunch or egg hunt.

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Brunch at home

Need a more affordable option? Make brunch at home and make it buffet-style! A spread of bagels and cream cheese, sliced cheeses, cured meats, smoked salmon, crackers, sweet bread, and sweet and savory casseroles can make for a sumptuous array of food. Pair with fruit, mimosas for the adults, and hot chocolate for the kids and you’ve got a nice meal to celebrate the holiday. Many store delis like PCC, Whole Foods, Safeway, and Metropolitan Market cater meals or make trays of food too. So setting up is as easy as transferring the spread to nice plates and bowls and then onto the brunch table, then enjoy!

Need other options for where to go?

Check out the long list of eateries open on Easter compiled by the folks at Greater Seattle on the Cheap. While many of the restaurants listed do not have a menu specifically dedicated to the holiday, most are including a special dish in celebration of Easter on March 31.

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