Seattle Brunch Spots

5 Best Seattle Brunch Spots to Try This Summer

The Pacific Northwest is home to some of the most crave-worthy food in the entire United States. So, it comes as no surprise that Seattle has evolved into a brunch haven of its own, too. From a shareable lamb chop burger to cereal-encrusted French toast, Seattle has no shortage of decadent brunch offerings that are sure to cater to every foodie and breakfast-lover, alike.

These are the five best Seattle brunch spots to try this summer.

Sawyer

Let’s be real: Sawyer is a prime dining destination for any meal or occasion, but the Ballard hotspot is especially delicious come brunch time—when the new American eatery transforms into an airy, open space perfect for big parties and friends looking to share a dish or two (the potato piroshki pull-apart is a particular favorite). For more information, visit www.sawyerseattle.com.

Stoneburner

The flavors of the Pacific Northwest are not only brought to life but even celebrated at Stoneburner Seattle—a contemporary dining establishment located within Hotel Ballard that relies on locally sourced ingredients to breathe new life into everyone’s favorite brunch staples. For more information, visit www.stoneburnerseattle.com.

Photo courtesy Watson’s Counter.

Watson’s Counter

Watson’s Counter is home to some of the best brunch offerings in all of Seattle. From house-made briskets and pork belly sandwiches to cereal French toast (coated in your choice of Fruity Pebbles or Frosted Flakes, no less), every brunch-lover will find their taste and their next favorite dish at Watson’s Counter. For more information, visit www.watsonscounter.com.

Bounty Kitchen

Fresh, local, organic, accessible—these are just a few of the words that describe the brunch offerings at Seattle’s Bounty Kitchen and have proven to make the eatery a foodie favorite for locals and tourists alike. For more information, visit www.bountykitchenseattle.com.

Rachel’s Bagels and Burritos

Bagels and burritos don’t necessarily make for a classic “brunch” combo, but at Rachel’s Bagels and Burritos, the offerings are so good that these breakfast staples actually make for a good marriage together. Stop by for a morning pick-me-up that’s freshly made and crafted with love. For more information, visit www.rachelsbagels.com.

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