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

1. Portage Bay Cafe

4130 Roosevelt Way NE (NE 42nd St), Seattle, WA
Breakfast Spot · University District · 106 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.

AshaAsha: Pork belly eggs Benedict!! Great coffee too and all the juice is fresh

WhiskeyAvengerWhiskeyAvenger: I highly recommend coming here for brunch when in Seattle. Service,food and coffee are great.

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

2. Lola

2000 4th Ave (at Virginia St), Seattle, WA
Breakfast Spot · Belltown · 397 tips and reviews

Archit C.Archit Chakravarti: Had the omelette minus the bacon and it was delicious!

Chelsea S.Chelsea Samuel: Have the spicy bloody Mary's at brunch!

Alex R.Alex Ravenel: Great brunch. Granola with yogurt was a standout. Get there early on weekends, fills up.

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

3. Glo's

1621 E Olive Way (10th Ave E), Seattle, WA
Breakfast Spot · Capitol Hill · 125 tips and reviews

Ashley C.Ashley C: The best eggs florentine I've ever had! Call ahead to get your name on the list to cut your wait time.

Nicholas B.Nicholas Baldwin: Delicious seasonal pancakes and French toast. The wait can be a bit long but it's well worth it.

Will S.Will Scholl: Amazing eggs Benedict and biscuits n gravy. They play metal on the speakers.

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 · 92 tips and reviews

Mr. H.Mr. Huzzfather: Biscuits are buttery, delicious; corned beef hash is chunky, awesome

Annette T.Annette Thurston: I trusted the tips about the biscuits. Best $1 I ever spent! They are so good! The spinach tomato feta omelet was amazing as well.

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!

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 and Creole Restaurant · Lower Queen Anne · 259 tips and reviews

Toni B.Toni Blasio: OMG the medallion steak eggs Benedict is really yummy during breakfast happy hour.

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.

Christopher W.Christopher Westcott: Amazing food. We has a great brunch. Definitely ask for your Bloody Mary to be strong. My "Big Easy" scramble was delicious.

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 · 124 tips and reviews

Rebecca P.Rebecca P: Ask for a window seat when you make a reservation (which is a must for brunch). It makes you feel like a king while you dine! :)

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.

Katie Y.Katie Yamada: Best brunch ever - Taylor Shellfish Oysters, crab, chocolate and caramel fountains and everything else you'd imagine, with expert service. Waiter replaced our forks every time we grabbed a new plate

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

7. The Fat Hen

1418 NW 70th St, Seattle, WA
Breakfast Spot · Ballard · 49 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.

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.

Christopher J.Christopher Jarzabek: The special hedgehog mushroom eggs Benedict ranks as one of the best breakfast items I've ever had. Coming here again just for that!

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

8. Rock Creek Seafood & Spirits

4300 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA
Seafood Restaurant · Fremont · 66 tips and reviews

EaterEater: A super newcomer to the brunch scene, RockCreek has been killing it on weekends with their scrambles, beet hash, bacon and oyster benedict, and pancakes. There's no line out the door...yet.

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

Johnny W.Johnny Wang: Seafood-centric fare in an industrial setting, with an excellent black cod provencal available during both brunch and dinner.

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

9. Hi Spot Cafe

1410 34th Ave, Seattle, WA
Coffee Shop · Madrona · 44 tips and reviews

Jason C.Jason Cook: Bengal Benedict (eggs benny with a savory curry sauce in lieu of traditional Hollandaise) is the perfect brunch meal -- flavorful and heavy enough to power you through the afternoon.

iainiain: Great breakfast - especially the Chorizo scramble.

Paul M.Paul Mederos: Fantastic food (I had the Salmon omelette), great service, and lovely charming ambience.

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

10. Hudson

5000 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA
New American Restaurant · Georgetown · 57 tips and reviews

BestOfBestOf: Grits, hash, biscuits and gravy, pulled pork (among other things, the delicious stuffing for a burrito-sized omelet) and $3.50 "beermosas"- beer and OJ. Read more.

Nyx A.Nyx Adam: Manmosa, Texas deep fried French Toast, brisket omelet... Great food, huge portions and awesome staff make Hudson a great weekend brunch spot in Georgetown.

Rod A.Rod Armstrong: Great brunch. Fun servers. Awesome breakfast cocktails.

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

11. Skillet

1400 E Union St, Seattle, WA
Diner · Capitol Hill · 195 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!

Not S.Not Sure: Deconstructed hash is awesome.

Jorge V.Jorge Vargas: "The Chub" was an amazing brunch option. The jalapeño aioli is to die for. Great place!!

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

12. Wild Mountain Cafe

1408 NW 85th St, Seattle, WA
American Restaurant · Crown Hill · 26 tips and reviews

Marco C.Marco Collins: The Eggs Bendict is the best I've ever had. Real hollandaise!! Who does that anymore!? Awesome.

Anne M.Anne Martens: Outstanding eggs benedict. Real, light, delicious hollandaise.

Mike S.Mike Spear: Great service. The garlic potato pancakes in place of hash browns are amazing.

Meet the Moon is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Seattle.

13. Meet the Moon

120 Lakeside Ave, Seattle, WA
Café · Leschi · 23 tips and reviews

Michele C.Michele Cacano: I've only done brunch (ends at 4!) so far. Attentive service. Everything is delicious- French toast, breakfast burrito/bowl/scramble, bread pudding, coffee, cocktails...

Zachariah M.Zachariah Muhlenkamp: There breakfast burrito was pretty lackluster, but the avocado toast and biscuits and gravy were both awesome! Also great service.

Lindsey S.Lindsey S: Cozy spot, worth the wait for brunch. French toast was good - not pictured and even better were the cinnamon roll and hot chocolate! And hey - keep your judgment to yourself. ;)

Easy Street Records & Cafe is one of The 15 Best Places for Brunch Food in Seattle.

14. Easy Street Records & Cafe

4559 California Ave SW #200 (at Alaska St), Seattle, WA
Record Store · West Seattle · 61 tips and reviews

Jeremiah A.Jeremiah Allen: The Benny & The Jets (eggs benedict) are unbelievebly awesome. Get the hollandise on the side. Only available on the weekends.

Meriel Y.Meriel Young: Try the Horton Heat Hash - Corned beef, bacon, hash browns, onions, green peppers and yummies...soooo good!

Voice PlacesVoice Places: A recommendation from one of our members: "1 blueberry pancake, 1 bottomless cup of coffee, best breakfast in Seattle for $5!" Try it out before an afternoon of record browsing and music discovery. Read more.

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

15. Macrina Bakery

2408 1st Ave (btwn Wall & Battery), Seattle, WA
Bakery · Belltown · 97 tips and reviews

Jaime P.Jaime Palmucci: Get the lox and cream cheese on the dill scone. It's absolutely to die for.

Stephanie D.Stephanie Decker: Try the Market Special omelet! Today was butternut squash, roasted white corn & tomatoes. SO delish!

Dan H.Dan Harrison: Whatever the market special is today, it'll be one of the best brunches you've ever had.