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Easter Dining in Seattle 2024

Haven’t made your Easter reservations yet? Hop to it! With perks like a scone cart(!) and DIY Bloody Marys, check out these fab options for holiday brunch this Easter in Seattle.

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Goldfinch Tavern

Chef Jeffrey Hunter presents a three-course Easter brunch at Four Seasons Hotel Seattle’s Goldfinch Tavern (featured image), available from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The holiday feast kicks off with a warm pastry basket and appetizers before moving onto an entrée selection (which may include a delish eggs benedict, Dungeness crab cakes and chocolate croissant French toast). End the Easter spread with Chef Danielle Grogan’s spring dessert trio. The holiday event is rounded out with a visit from the Easter Bunny and other special treats for young guests.
Cost: $90 per adult.
Reservations: OpenTable.

The George

Indulge in a charming three-course brunch experience at The George this Easter Sunday at Fairmont Olympic Hotel from noon to 2 p.m. Holiday diners will be greeted by a delightful scone cart (paired with housemade jams), before selecting their starter, main course and dessert of choice, accompanied by a glass of bubbles, bellini or mimosa. Entree options include s’mores French toast, Olympic smash burger, The George carbonara or crab benedict.
Cost: $75 per adult; child-friendly menu is also available.
Reservations: OpenTable.com.

All Water Seafood & Oyster Bar

On March 31, from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., All Water Seafood & Oyster Bar at Hotel 1000 dishes up the finest flavors of the Pacific Northwest via brunch specials such as Dungeness crab benedict with house hashbrowns and fruit; PNW bread pudding with Rainier cherries, local apples, croissant bread pudding, hazelnut-strawberry whip, candied bacon and berries; and PNW smoked salmon omelet with hot smoked King salmon, chive, asparagus and goat cheese. Drink specials include a classic mimosa, Spring Grapefruit Mint Mimosa and AW Bellini this Easter in Seattle.
Reservations: Tock.

Easter Afternoon Tea at The Lodge at St. Edward Park

The Lodge at St. Edward Park

Outside of Downtown Seattle in Kenmore, The Lodge at St. Edward Park invites guests to indulge in elegance and tradition with the resort’s Easter Afternoon Tea. Enjoy a local artist pop-up by Ballard Millinery Studio, offering handcrafted hats for the special occasion, before savoring treats and finger foods alongside craft tea from Rishi Tea and Botanicals Company. The holiday event takes place from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the Remington Ballroom. The Lodge at St. Edward’s signature weekend brunch menu with also be available on Easter Sunday.
Cost: $72 per person.
Reservations: OpenTable.com.

Four Seasons Hotel Seattle Ballroom

New to the seasonal offerings in the Ballroom, the Easter buffet at Four Seasons Hotel Seattle welcomes large families and groups of friends in the expansive space offers panoramas of Seattle Great Wheel and ferries gliding across Elliott Bay. Crafted by Executive Chef Brian Doherty and his team, the buffet on the second floor is available 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and includes an appetizer station (including a Northwest seafood tower); chef-driven stations include savory items such as grilled tomahawk and customized eggs-on-toast bar; a mimosa bar (for an addition $35); house-made desserts; and more. Plus, the youngest guests will be treated to a visit by the Easter Bunny.
Cost: $155 per adult; $65 per child, ages 5 to 14.
Reservations: OpenTable.

Spanish Ballroom and Foyer at Fairmont Olympic Hotel

With seatings available from 9 to 11:30 a.m. to noon to 3 p.m., Jazz Brunch in the Spanish Ballroom and Foyer at Fairmont Olympic Hotel makes a luxe option for celebrating Easter in Seattle. The extravagant spread features a raw bar, carving station and a DIY Bloody Mary and mimosa bar, alongside exciting opportunities for the littles (like visits with the Easter Bunny and a kids’ coloring table).
Cost: $105 per adult (includes one drink); $56 per child, ages 4 to 12.
Reservations: OpenTable.com.

Elliott’s Oyster House 

Elliott’s Oyster House 

Elliott’s Oyster House is dishing up a memorable Easter Brunch, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., with breathtaking waterfront views of Elliott Bay. The Seattle seafood house’s holiday brunch will feature its signature applewood-smoked Alaskan salmon scramble and King crab quiche.
Reservations: www.elliottsoysterhouse.com.

Lobster Shop 

South of Seattle in Tacoma, reserve a spot to savor Lobster Shop’s four-course tasting menu, starting at 11 a.m., in honor of Easter, featuring spectacular mountain views and signature seafood dishes. The holiday spread is complemented by specialty cocktails, like spiced rum punch and the zero-proof Cantarito Cooler.
Cost: $98 per person.
Reservations: www.lobstershop.com.

Shaker + Spear

Shaker + Spear at Kimpton Palladian Hotel rings in Easter in Seattle with a decadent brunch buffet, available from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Executive Chef Bella Fiattarone  will prepare a wide variety of delectable starters–from deviled eggs to Bay Water sweet oysters–as well as hearty main courses, sides and desserts. Guests can also partake in a mimosa bar with a variety of juice options.
Cost: $86 per person; $25 for access to the mimosa bar.
Reservations: OpenTable.com.

Charlotte Restaurant & Lounge

Charlotte Restaurant & Lounge on the 16th floor of Lotte Hotel Seattle boasts a lavish five-course prix-fixe holiday menu featuring brunch classics like eggs benedict and shakshouka. Sip on a tasty arrival mimosa, enjoy live music (from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.) and indulge on sumptuous sweet spring treats from the dessert station.
Reservations: OpenTable.com.

Conversation at Thompson Seattle

Conversation at Thompson Seattle

Conversation at Thompson Seattle hosts an elegant holiday brunch from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Easter Sunday. Specials include a ham steak and egg sandwich on griddled sourdough bread with apple jam, sharp cheddar and house potatoes as well as cinnamon roll French toast with maple syrup, vanilla whipped cream and fruity pebbles. Guests can add a mimosa carafe with fresh orange and grapefruit juice for $39.
Reservations: www.conversationseattle.com.

Water’s Table

Located in Renton, Water’s Table at Hyatt Regency Lake Washington dishes up an extensive list of festive fare at its Easter buffet including a carving station with pit ham, a crepe station, a kid-friendly buffet, a seafood display, traditional breakfast faves and more. Reservations are available between 8 a.m and 3 p.m., and guests can expect a visit from the Easter Bunny.
Reservations: www.waterstable.com.


TIDAL+ at Hyatt at Olive 8 Hotel in Downtown Seattle is celebrating the launch of its brand-new brunch offering this Easter, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The new menu is seafood-forward with locally and sustainability sourced ingredients. Highlights include halibut ceviche, lobster toast, steak and eggs and blackberry pancakes.
Reservations: www.tidalplusseattle.com.

Copperleaf Restaurant

Copperleaf Restaurant at Cedarbrook Lodge hosts a grand holiday buffet featuring omelets to order, a seafood and shellfish display and chef-carved beef from Royal City Ranch. In addition, guests can enjoy spring favorites such as salmon, herb-roasted chicken breast, and a wide assortment of salads and seasonal vegetables.
Reservations: www.cedarbrooklodge.com,

Tutta Bella

On Easter Sunday, Tutta Bella will donate $1 from the sale of each Gioia Pizzato sold to Amara, a Seattle-based nonprofit which offers programs and services to families engaged in foster care and to adoptees and families, post-adoption. The Gioia, which means “joy” in Italian, is made with extra virgin olive oil, fresh mozzarella, fresh eggs, Prosciutto di Parma, arugula and shaved parmigiano.
For more information: www.tuttabella.com.

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