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Whether or not you actually celebrate the religious aspects of the holiday, Easter (which falls on Sunday, April 1) is a great excuse to go out to a fancy brunch. We've compiled all the Seattle options below for your convenience, so you can save the hunting for Easter eggs and spend more time thinking about hollandaise-smothered eggs (not to mention bottomless mimosas). If you're opting to stay in this year, we've got you covered there, too—read on to find out where to pick up hot cross buns, columba di Pasqua, and smoked ham. For more Easter events (including BunnyCon and the famous, secular Pastor Kaleb's Sunday Service), check out our complete Easter calendar.
Note: We advise you to make your reservations as soon as possible, as some of these locations may already be fully booked and deadlines are approaching for pickup orders. Call ahead to make sure.
MARCH 31-APRIL 1
Make some "friends with benedicts" at the inaugural edition of this brunch pop-up, which features eggs benny "stacks" in variations like Chicken & Waffle and the Pablo Escobar (tortilla chips, chicken, green sauce, avocado, poached egg, cheese sauce, pico de gallo).
Chef Varin Keokitvon of rustic-luxe Heartwood Provisions has created a newly launched brunch menu, with choices like jamon benedict, ginger congee, and smoked pork shoulder hash. Beverage director Amanda Reed has curated drink pairings like the Soundgarden-inspired Black Hole Sun (Plantation dark rum, pineapple, coffee, and allspice).