Lola is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Seattle.

1. Lola

2000 4th Ave (at Virginia St), Seattle, WA
Breakfast Spot · Belltown · 373 tips and reviews

Comics212Comics212: Fantastic Brunch! Tom's Big Breakfast with the octopus is unique and fantastic, and the Eggs Benedict are the best I've had!

cYeNzcYeNz: Pork sausage was amazing; pancakes were light, fluffy and tasty with syrup and clotted cream; garlic smashed fried potatoes were delightful. Lola succeeds at the little details.

Jane T.Jane Timm: Get the half order of eggs benny and half order of pancakes. Just enough savory and just enough sweet...the most perfect brunch I've ever had. Worth getting a rez, even if you don't think you'll need.

Portage Bay Cafe is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Seattle.

2. Portage Bay Cafe

4130 Roosevelt Way NE (NE 42nd St), Seattle, WA
Breakfast Spot · University District · 100 tips and reviews

Jason C.Jason Chan: The house-smoked wild salmon hash with grilled organic vegetables, scrambled eggs, toast, and a cup of coffee was one of the BEST brunches I've ever had. Read more.

Eboni L.Eboni Lovell: Sooooo good. Excellent specials and regular items. Try the French toast, and any of the omlets are delicious!

Sofie G.Sofie Gogic: Gluten free French toast is unbelievable for those of us with the intolerance. Just subbed gluten free for the special French toast with nectarine compote, nom!!

Glo's is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Seattle.

3. Glo's

1621 E Olive Way, Seattle, WA
Diner · Capitol Hill · 111 tips and reviews

Sam G.Sam Grossberg: Great cheap diner brunch. Love the lemon pancake special when they have it. Call ahead and expect to wait anyway in the morning. Open all night.

Rohan M.Rohan Malpani: Excellent food, small space but feels special. Another brunch place in my favorites list!

Myyk S.Myyk Seok: Get the Myyk and Jie specialty omelet (they'll know): bacon, avocado, jack + extra hash browns on the side with an English muffin. It's enough for two. Also, ask for coffee when you put your name in.

Geraldine's Counter is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Seattle.

4. Geraldine's Counter

4872 Rainier Ave S (at S Ferdinand St), Seattle, WA
Diner · Columbia City · 84 tips and reviews

Mark S.Mark Sturn: Hands down, probably the best French toast I've ever had. Good just on its own, the fresh maple syrup and fresh fruit is just icing on the cake. Eggs tasted farm fresh, tasty hash browns.

Adam S.Adam Schofield: A little busy at peak times - Bloody Caesar was very tasty. Corned beef hash had tons of meat along with great veggies. Nice spot!

Mandy L.Mandy Lee: Fluffy lemon poppy seed pancakes with lemon butter, blueberry french toast, herbed omelette with goat cheese, coffee & hash-browns. Had their daily specials. Generous portion & so delicious!! 🥞

Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Seattle.

5. Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge

601 Queen Anne Ave N (at Mercer St), Seattle, WA
Cajun / Creole Restaurant · Lower Queen Anne · 243 tips and reviews

Michael W.Michael Walton: For breakfast, the coffee and beignets are must haves. The Crab Benedict is amazing. Also get side of biscuits - soooo good.

Connie L.Connie Lu: Love love love brunch here - usually a wait, but bar seating is first come first serve. Dinner is awesome as well.

Ryan J.Ryan Joyce: Excellent breakfast, omelette with truffle oil is amazing... I just find it odd not to include toast with breakfast. Food quality is amazing however.

Salty's on Alki is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Seattle.

6. Salty's on Alki

1936 Harbor Ave SW, Seattle, WA
Seafood Restaurant · West Seattle · 115 tips and reviews

Eric T.Eric Tigre: Looking for a room with a view? Check out Salty's on Alki for Saturday brunch and enjoy Victor's piano jazz, fresh seafood and a colorful brunch selection overlooking Elliott Bay and downtown Seattle. Read more.

Angela S.Angela Sun: This is a Seattle institution. Their Saturday and Sunday brunch is amazing -- oysters, crab, prime rib, waffles, omlettes, dessert bar... everything is good. Not to mention, the view is unbeatable.

Barbara A.Barbara Ambler-Thomas: Best Brunch I've ever seen, even better than Hornblower. Delicious Salmon, fresh local oysters and crab, amazing deserts, and a view of Seattle skyline. Fantastica

Hi-Life is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Seattle.

7. Hi-Life

5425 Russell Ave NW (Market), Seattle, WA
Breakfast Spot · Ballard · 119 tips and reviews

Jeff H.Jeff Hackmeister: Good rotating taps for lunch/dinner but this is one the best Ballard brunch spots. The french toast is massive and delicious. Plus you have to love the history of the building

Marie C.Marie C: The migas and salmon been were amazing and flavorful! Great way to start the day!

Carrie T.Carrie Templeton: Seriously yummy food. Good portions, basic American foods done really well. One of the top 3 corned beef hash I've found in Seattle!

Tilikum Place Café is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Seattle.

8. Tilikum Place Café

407 Cedar St (at 4th Ave.), Seattle, WA
Breakfast Spot · Belltown · 86 tips and reviews

Sunshine M.Sunshine Mugrabi: Breakfast and brunch here is incredible. Reco the Dutch babies and fresh made pierogies.

Jeff C.Jeff Conrick: Great brunch, but uber-creative Chef Ba Culbert does an amazing dinner as well. Make sure and try dinner here! (via Scoville) Read more.

AnthonyAnthony: Walkable distance from the Space Needle, this is a must visit for brunch! Menu changes frequently. Excellent service, cool atmosphere!

5 Spot is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Seattle.

9. 5 Spot

1502 Queen Anne Ave N (at Galer), Seattle, WA
Breakfast Spot · East Queen Anne · 88 tips and reviews

Andrew M.Andrew McCord: The Cinnamon Swirl French Toast is the BEST French Toast I have ever eaten! Doused in caramel! I actually need hash browns to balance the sweet of the French Toast.

Paul S.Paul Salzman: Their hashbrowns are amazing! Get the hashbrowns if you like hashbrowns with lots of flavor. Read more.

Sam S.Sam S: Great breakfast, great brunch. Big fan of the poached eggs, as well as the waffles.

The Fat Hen is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Seattle.

10. The Fat Hen

1418 NW 70th St, Seattle, WA
Breakfast Spot · Ballard · 42 tips and reviews

Kate K.Kate K: My new favorite brunch nook. Get the **Baked Eggs** & Egg Benedict! Enjoy high quality ingredients and slow-cooked taste. Seating is on first-come first-served basis. Coffee and service: average.

Erica J.Erica Joseph: Such a cute little place! Their smoked salmon Benedict was amazing and the servers were very sweet!

EaterEater: Many believe that this north Ballard farmhouse spot has the best brunch in town. The Eggs Benedict (a weekends-only brunch special) are a standout, made on house-baked English muffins.

Voula's Offshore Cafe is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Seattle.

11. Voula's Offshore Cafe

658 NE Northlake Way, Seattle, WA
Diner · University District · 60 tips and reviews

KaitlynKaitlyn: This place is amazing. Try smokey the salmon! Cream cheese, salmon, green onions, and scrambled eggs! Also best Hashbrowns and coffee ever. If there is a wait it's worth it!

Gabriel D.Gabriel Douglas: Naked Hobo. Great stuff. Cooked feta, hashbrowns that are amazing, & HUGE portions

Nancy N.Nancy Nesheim: Love the hashbrowns and the atmosphere...

Cafe Pettirosso is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Seattle.

12. Cafe Pettirosso

1101 E Pike St (at 11th Ave.), Seattle, WA
Café · Capitol Hill · 38 tips and reviews

CMFCMF: So good! Try the baked eggs and French Toast! Great food, friendly server! Save room for a freshly baked treat on your way out. (Their address is on Pike but it's actually on 11th just off of Pike)

Mingfei Y.Mingfei Yan: We came here for brunch- food is awesome. The wait is long though. Try the poached egg and yogurt. Yummy.

KellyKelly: Tofu Scramble is so good, don't hesitate :-)

Rock Creek Seafood & Spirits is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Seattle.

13. Rock Creek Seafood & Spirits

4300 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA
Seafood Restaurant · Fremont · 65 tips and reviews

Yiling W.Yiling Wong: The coffee cake at brunch is delicious, although I'd try to order it for a table of 4-6 to share, lest two hungry people eat it all on their own.

Yiling W.Yiling Wong: The wild mushroom scramble at brunch is delicious, with a bunch of arugula and bright tomatoes.

Jeffrey Z.Jeffrey Zeldman: Amazing food, rich, fresh, and flavorful. Sweet service. Great brunch fills up early; reservations always needed.

The London Plane is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Seattle.

14. The London Plane

300 Occidental Ave S (S Main St), Seattle, WA
Café · Pioneer Square · 77 tips and reviews

Andrew C.Andrew Choi: Try their different types of toast. I had their labneh, feta, cumin, dill & kale on rye. Their scrambled eggs are also yummy!

Mada B.Mada Ba: Avocado toast, Must try!

KateKate: Best poached and scrambled eggs ever. And I don't like poached eggs. Love the biscuits with creme fraiche and seasonal jam. Seriosuly, it's worth it.

Skillet Diner is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Seattle.

15. Skillet Diner

1400 E Union St (at 14th Ave), Seattle, WA
Diner · Capi · 192 tips and reviews

Natasha T.Natasha Tonsfeldt: To die for food! So flavorful and delicious! Had the deconstructed corned beef hash - perfectly cooked and awesome!

JodiJodi: Deconstructed hash is awesome.

Brian R.Brian Rivera: Belgian Waffle with Pork Belly, OverEasy Egg and Fried Chicken, with just a touch of maple syrup, is an absolutely glorious meal. Best sweet and savory combo ever.