Seattle’s Best Brunches
A guide to the Queen City’s best weekend dining
It’s tough to imagine a more delicious and fun way to experience a new city than with weekend brunch. So here, a handy guide to the best brunches in Seattle.
Located in the heart of Ravenna and helmed by acclaimed chef Edouardo Jordan, Salare draws culinary inspiration from America’s South, Africa, and the Caribbean for a spirited and globe-trotting menu. Don’t miss the chorizo sandwich smothered with berbere aioli and harissa barbecue sauce.
Brunching at beloved chef Maria Hines’ mainstay feels like hanging with family in their warm, cozy home. The service is warm, and the space is cheerful, with bright green chairs and lots of natural light. As for what to get? Try the best-selling mini duck burgers topped with bacon jam and house made ketchup.
As the name suggests, you can enjoy two beloved foods at this casual spot by Tom Douglas. Toppings for the flaky buttermilk biscuits range from peanut butter and bananas, to fried green tomatoes and rémoulade. Seeking something a little lighter? Order a classic mozzarella pie, with its surprisingly thin and crispy crust.