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.

Basil’s Kitchen
Sunday, December 25
9:30am – 3:30pm
300 112th Avenue SE
Bellevue, WA 98004

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Inside the beautiful Hilton Bellevue, Basil’s spacious and airy dining hall is filled with mouthwatering brunch items on Christmas morning. Fresh made omelets, Belgian waffles, a prime-rib carving station, plus crisp salads, salmon, warm biscuits and gravy, fresh fruit and cheese platters and plenty of desserts to make everyone in your family feel jolly.

Christmas Day Breakfast in The Garden
Sunday, December 25
8:00am – 12:00pm
The Fairmont Olympic Hotel
411 University Street
Seattle, WA 98101

Start your Christmas Morning with a delicious breakfast buffet in The Garden Room, featuring Ginger Bread Waffle Station, Eggs Benedict, and all your breakfast favorites.
Adults $39; Children (ages 6-12) $19; Children under age of 6 are complimentary. For more information, please contact the Holiday Line at 206.287.4049.

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The Dining Room
Sunday, December 25
Salish Lodge and Spa
6501 Railroad Ave SE
Snoqualmie, WA 98065

Enjoy sweeping views of the Snoqualmie Falls while you nosh on Cinnamon Battered Croissant French Toast or Eggs Benedict on your holiday morning. Price: $31 to $50. Call or go online for reservations.

Sunday, December 25
8:00am – 2:30pm
1101 4th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101

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With a stupendous brunch menu, that includes scrambles, burgers, oysters, and quiche, and a menu JUST for kids, everyone will enjoy the morning! Try a bloody mary or mimosa, and if you need to eat gluten-free, the kitchen is most accomodating.