If you’re looking for a weekend breakfast spot, or just breakfast for lunch or dinner, you’ll flip for one of these pancake or waffle houses in Puget Sound. There’s even gluten-free options!
After a late night saying good-bye to 2011, why not sit down with the family for a comfortable and relaxing Sunday brunch to welcome in the New Year?
Since Christmas Day lands on a Sunday this year, perhaps your family tradition is church, followed by a big breakfast. Or maybe you’d like to enjoy a lazy morning, and have a leisurely brunch. There are some lovely locations around the Sound who know how to do breakfast right. And they’ll be up early to make sure your Christmas morning is festive and satisfying.
Head out of town for a weekend away from the hustle and bustle. Enjoy the final weekend of the season in Leavenworth, on a Santa Train or at one of Western Washington’s beautiful resorts!
The old Frederick and Nelson department store started Santa Breakfasts in Seattle in 1951. There are now many places where you and your kids can re-live those special holiday moments and enjoy hot cocoa and a chat with Santa. Here are some of our favorites.
An organic farmer’s market, farm animals, music, kids’ activities and more celebrating the harvest season in Seattle!
There are some great new places to grab a sandwich and feel as if you’re in a New York Deli right here in Seattle. Check out the latest delis to open!
A lazy weekend morning is best begun with a hearty breakfast. And there are some culinary creations in Seattle that are truly remarkable. Wake up hungry and head to one of these lovely brunch spots around town….
There’s something wonderful about Sunday morning brunch. Our list of best places to get the best brunch in Seattle includes Salty’s on Alki, Macrina Bakery & Cafe, and Volterra.