Easter brunch with kids in tow can sometimes be a challenge. These Seattle area eateries, however, welcome you and your kids for a fun, relaxing and delicious culinary experience to celebrate spring!

1936 Harbor Avenue. S.W.
Seattle, WA 98126

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Named the Nation’s Best Easter Sunday Brunch in the nation by MSN City Search, join Salty’s for their Easter Sunday buffet (also on Saturday in Seattle) and experience a culinary adventure like no other. Salty’s Easter brunch is a world-famous array of the best Northwest local seafoods and iconic brunch favorites. Your kids will love the Easter Egg Hunt right in the brunch line (how many eggs can you find?), and be sure to ask for a photo with the Easter Bunny! You’ll be overwhelmed by the unbelievable variety of choices on the buffet. Something for everyone at Salty’s Alki or Salty’s at Redondo. Make reservations online.

Grand Easter Sunday Brunch Buffet
Sunday, April 8
11:00am – 3:00pm
Cedarbrook Lodge
18525 36th Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98188

Hippity hop on over with the entire family to Cedarbrook Lodge this year on Easter Sunday. With stunning views of the natural restored lush wetlands, savor a delightfully seasonal and deliciously bountiful Grand Easter Sunday Brunch. In addition to traditional brunch fare featuring loads of fresh local bounty, there’ll be omelet and carving stations. Even a Snoqualmie ice cream buffet and grand dessert buffet! Make it a family day at Cedarbrook (no matter how large or small your family is.) For brunch reservations, call 206.214.4282 or go online.

Ponti Seafood Grill
Sunday, April 8
10:00am – 2:30pm
3014 3rd Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109

The whole family will enjoy this luscious three-course plated brunch, starting with blueberry coffee cake and citrus-glazed scones, and moving on to either a mixed green salad OR Dungeness crab bisque. Choose from entrees like Macrina brioche French toast with raspberry mascarpone, grilled wild Alaska sockeye salmon and much more. Cost is $29/adult or $15/kids 12 and under.

Sunday, April 8
10:00am – 3:00pm
1101 Fourth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101

You and your family & friends are welcome to Sazerac for Chef Jason’s Easter Buffet Brunch featuring Pit Smoked Ham, Omelette Station and all the trimmings. With a separate kids’ menu, pizza oven and gluten-free options, Sazerac should be able to please everyone in your family!

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Arnie’s Restaurant
Sunday, April 8
10:00am – 2:00pm
300 Admiral Way
Edmonds, WA 98020

Arnie’s has been around the Sound for over 25 years. Their Mukilteo and Edmonds locations are both on the water, offering sweeping panoramic views of snow covered Olympic Mountains and the beautiful Puget Sound. Kids get their own brunch menu with kid sized portions and all their favorite fare. Parents’ brunches come with a selection of seasonal fruits and your choice of a glass of orange juice or Champagne and Arnie’s housemade sticky buns.

Ray’s Boathouse
Sunday, April 8
10:00am – 2:30pm
6049 Seaview Avenue NW
Seattle, WA 98107

The Boathouse Seated 3-Course Brunch offers brunch favorites such as Seattle Scramble, Seth’s Benedict, Brioche French Toast, Alaskan King Salmon and Filet Mignon. Brunch entree prices are $28 ~or~ $38 per person depending on entrée selection. The meal starts with freshly baked croissants and fruit, and ends with our pastry chef’s selection of mini desserts served family style. One glass* of champagne, mimosa or orange juice is included (*additional beverages, tax and gratuity not included). A special children’s brunch menu will be available for $14 for kids 5-11 years old, under 5 are free. Ray’s Boathouse will also be open for dinner from 4:00pm to 9:00pm featuring their regular menu. Reservations required, please call the Boathouse at 206.789.3770 ext. 3 or reserve online at http://www.rays.com/boathouse.

Maggie Bluffs
Sunday, April 8
9:00am – 7:00pm
2601 West Marina Place
Seattle, WA 98199

With regular “kid nights” and the perfected Shirley Temple, Maggie Bluffs is a casual, outdoor dining experience. Kids can watch the boats in the marina. The dog (on a leash) is welcome, too. Come as you are and enjoy the spectacular view, the outstanding food and the fun loving staff. Serving breakfast from 9:00am – 11:00am.

Pacific Grill
Sunday, April 8
10:00am – 3:00pm
1502 Pacific Ave.
Tacoma, WA 98402

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The Easter Brunch Buffet features a delicious assortment of meats, seafood, egg dishes, salads & desserts! Adults: $29.95; Children 6-12: $14.95; Children: 2-5: $6.95; Infants under 2: Free. Call or go online for reservations.