Like the many other cloudy, drizzly day pursuits, like wine, microbrews, coffee, theater, and books, weekend brunch fits right in with the casual Seattle lifestyle. Bloody marys and the fairer mimosa are typically found on the menu along with all kinds of breakfast-to-lunch fare. We also found several popular spots that offer a bottomless mimosa—all you can drink of the sparking wine-fortified O.J. to wash down a hearty weekend meal.

Maple Leaf Grill
8929 Roosevelt Way N.E.
Seattle, WA 98115
(206) 523-8449
www.mapleleafgrill.com/  

The Maple Leaf Grill is a cozy neighborhood pub restaurant in north Seattle, recently renovated by new management taking over an old bar and grill. The thoughtful and inventive menu is served up in generous portions, with weekly rotating specials, wine beer selection, and craft cocktails. Bottomless bloody marys and mimosas, made with fresh-squeezed O.J., are available all day on the weekends to accompany brunch or dinner. In winter, there’s a fireplace and a TV, and for warmer months, an outdoor patio.

Roxy’s Diner
462 N. 36th St.
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 632-3963
www.backdooratroxys.com  

Seattle’s Only New York-style Jewish diner is located in the heart of hip-and-trendy Fremont. The service is sassy, like New York; the coffee is average, not like Seattle; the prices are modest; and the menu flaunts items you would expect: bagels, matzoh, latkes, blintzes, brisket, pastrami, and smoked fish. The breakfast menu is enormous, including pancakes, French toast, biscuits, burritos, and every kind of egg dish you can imagine. There’s also plenty of choices from the sandwich and burger menus. They don’t offer bottomless mimosas, but at just $2 a glass, or $4 for a double, they’re cheaper than other restaurants charging at least five times that, or more, for a bottomless glass. 
Agrodolce
709 N. 35th St.
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 547-9707
www.agrodolcerestaurant.net  

A Maria Hines restaurant, Agrodolce is a charming and upscale Italian-style trattoria featuring handmade pasta from a variety of heritage grains, milled in house into flour for the pasta. They’re open nightly for dinner which features a family style menu, lunch during the week, and brunch on weekends. The menus rotate seasonally. For brunch you may be offered waffles, eggs dishes such as hash, benedict, scrambles, and omelets, as well as pasta dishes or burgers. Along with beer and a few cocktails, you can order a mimosa, which they are happy to refill as often as needed while you enjoy your meal.

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Yellow Dot
701 N. 34th St.
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 588-0659
www.yellowdotcafe.com  

Breezy and casual, Yellow Dot in Fremont offers a standard menu of brunch favorites effortlessly delivered by its competent staff. The selection includes steel cut organic oatmeal, pancakes, and French toast, plus egg scrambles, omelets and benedict served with home fries and toast. There’s a kid’s breakfast menu, too. Along with coffee, tea, or hot chocolate, you accompany your weekend meal with a bottomless mimosa.
Bing’s
4200 E. Madison St.
Seattle, WA 98112
(206) 323-8623
www.bingsseattle.com  

Bing’s in Madison Park is know for many things: lunch and dinner, early and late Happy Hours (serving beer, wine, well drinks, and small plates), daily food specials, a rotating selection of draft beers, craft cocktails, and weekend brunch with bottomless mimosas. The brunch menu boasts an astonishing array of egg dishes, including omelettes, scrambles, Benedict, chilaquiles (in name only, but delicious), migas (Tex-Mex style), hash, and Croque Monsieur. The egg choices are balanced with waffles, French toast, pancakes, steel cut oats, biscuits and gravy, cheddar chipotle grits (highly recommended), housemade granola, and a few salad and sandwich choices. If the weather is agreeable, plan for a stroll along nearby Lake Washington before or after your meal.

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Carole Cancler is a freelance writer covering all things Seattle. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.