It’s official, Seattle is well on its way to reopening. With that in mind, you’re probably looking for a way to celebrate with some delicious food. If you ask us, brunch is the perfect meal to celebrate the occasion. Whether you want classic breakfast foods or more adventurous fusion menus, Seattle has you covered. Here are 10 trendy brunch spots to hit up in Seattle.

Geraldine’s Counter


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It doesn’t get more classic or delicious than Columbia City’s Geraldine’s Counter. This hip and happening spot is known for serving up some of the best french toast in town and the atmosphere is super cozy. Plus they support small, local vendors in their commitment to using the finest and freshest ingredients.

Where: 4872 Rainier Ave South
Hours: Daily 8 am-3 pm

Bounty Kitchen


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If you want to enjoy a delicious brunch and are looking for something health conscious then we recommend heading to Bounty Kitchen. This restaurant is dedicated to quality food in both flavor and harvest. You can expect to see lots of salads and bowls with lots of ferments, pickled and grilled items.

Where: Multiple locations
Hours: Daily 10 am-8 pm



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This Capitol Hill spot still feels new to us even though they opened early on during the pandemic. That being said, the spot has held its own between its comforting dishes and light-filled interior. Not to mention, they serve brunch every single day so you don’t have to wait until the weekend to have a great time.

Where: 314 Broadway E
Hours: Wednesday & Thursday 11:30 am-10 pm, Friday 11:30 am-11 pm, Saturday 10 am-11 pm, Sunday 10 am-9 pm

Cafe Flora


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This vegetarian spot is an all-time favorite of ours. If you happen to be plant-based or just want to try something new then you need to check it out. Besides their tasty menu chock full of greens, they also have a beautiful interior that is full of light and tons of plants.

Hours: Brunch Saturday & Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm
Where: 2901 E Madison St

Cafe Presse


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Want to kick our brunch up a notch? Head to Cafe Presse for authentic French fare. In our books, they have one of the best breakfast and brunch menus in the city. Think Croque Madame, light salads, and classic egg dishes. Not to mention you can snag some great reads here as well thanks to their magazine section.

Hours: Friday, Saturday & Sunday 10 am-7 pm
Where: 1117 12th Avenue

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The Fat Hen


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This trendy spot is a Seattle brunch favorite for a good reason. The tiny cafe serves up some seriously amazing brunch and breakfast foods. But because of its popularity and size, we highly recommend that you make a reservation. Otherwise, you could find yourself waiting for hours.

Hours: Brunch Saturday & Sunday 9 am-2 pm
Where: 1418 NW 70th St

Cafe Pettirosso


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If you’re looking for a fulfilling and egg-centric brunch, Cafe Pettirosso is a sure win in our books. This cute Capitol Hill spot has a menu ranging from classic dishes to more adventurous ones like a duck confit hash. Whatever you choose, it’s sure to be delicious.

Hours: Sunday & Monday 10 am-5 pm, Tuesday-Sat 10 am – 9 pm
Where: 1101 E Pike St

The London Plane


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Undoubtedly one of Seattle’s most aesthetically pleasing spots, The London Plane is the place to be in Pioneer Square. They’re a long-time brunch fave and throughout the pandemic have had an added emphasis on their market, cafe, and flowers. If you’re in the area definitely try them out.

Hours: Brunch Saturday & Sunday 10 am-3 pm
Where: 300 Occidental Ave S

Parish NW


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This unique spot serves up southern fare using PNW ingredients. They’re all about farm-to-table and providing you with the best eats possible. Nosh on shrimp & grits, beignets, salads, and more. If you’re about a bit of fusion, this will definitely hit the spot.

Hours: Saturday & Sunday, 12 pm-3 pm
Where: 5327 Ballard Ave NW

Finch & Pine Cafe


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Have dietary needs ot prefernces? Finch & Pine is a great place to try as they offer a mostly plant based menu with some pescatrian options. Snag dishes like mushroom pate, mixed greens salads, house mad granola and more. It’s a great place to grab a few plates and share.

Hours: Sunday Brunch 10 am-3 pm
Where: 711 Bellevue Ave E Ste 100

That’s what we have when it comes to out current trendy brunch spots to hit up in Seattle. We hope that you get out there and check out a few, we’re sure you’ll love them.