Serious Biscuit | Photo: Dennis Wise

Brunch Bunch

When it comes to choosing a brunch spot, almost every delectable dining option is on the table. Here are some favorites, from around-the-clock diners to gracious dining rooms.


Classic Cafe Campagne enchants visitors with its homey interiors in Pike Place Market and its range of French specialties like oeufs en meurette (eggs poached in a bacony red wine sauce). Order a fresh-baked croissant, savor mimosas, and sink into your cafe chair to soak in this charming slice of Paris. 1600 Post Alley;


It’s always brunch time at Beth’s Cafe, a 24-hour institution famed for its 12-egg omelettes and pizza pan–size platters of hash browns. The place is free of frills, but the Amish friendship bread is made in house and the daily brew is from the locally loved Caffe Vita ( 7311 Aurora Ave N;

Serious Biscuit | Photo by Dennis Wise

Serious Biscuit | Photo by Dennis Wise


Tom Douglas is a Pacific Northwest cooking star, but he puts his own spin on Southern classics at Serious Biscuit in South Lake Union. It features supersize, fresh-baked buttermilk versions, either smothered in creamy gravy or served like sandwiches. Robust fillings range from fried chicken to house-made peanut butter with bananas and honey. 401 Westlake Ave N;


Chef Mark Fuller drew on his Hawaiian heritage to launch Ma’ono, where eats include gourmet takes on loco moco (beef patties covered in gravy), coconut French toast, and a fried chicken so beloved it has to be reserved in advance. Bottomless mimosas add to the aloha spirit. 4437 California Ave SW;


At Miller’s Guild in Hotel Max, brunch means hearty dishes created with the aid of the restaurant’s nine-foot-long wood-fired grill. It’s possible to splurge on a 14-ounce steak, but the kitchen also delights with more delicate preparations, like flaky buttermilk biscuits and house-made jam. 612 Stewart St;


Take a ’50s diner, add 21st-century upgrades, and you get Geraldine’s Counter in Columbia City. This popular spot stars a menu of perfectly executed French toast, classic scrambles, and brunch standards using fresh, local ingredients and seasonal toppings. 4872 Rainier Ave S;


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