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10 Of The Best Boozy Brunch Spots In Seattle

By Jennifer Moreno

Boozy Brunch Spots In Seattle

Brunch… the most important meal of the day! Now, let’s spice it up with some boozy drinks from these amazing restaurants!

1. Lost Lake

Where you can get a whole mimosa pitcher, or a Lost Lake Bloody Mary for just $12. Their menu is extensive and inclusive to all types of foodies. You can opt for a delicious Lost Lake French Toast or Classic Benedict eggs.

2. Super Six

Super Six can be found in a former auto body shop on Hudson Street in Columbia City. They offer a full cocktail bar and a beer garden. Their menu focuses on Asian flavors complementing American comfort food and PNW staples. Their brunch hours are Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 3 pm, where you can find a 16 oz. passion fruit, orange, and guava mimosa pitcher for just $29!

3. Linda’s Tavern

This place located in Capitol Hill is perfect for an afterparty cure. You can enjoy Linda’s Tavern weekend brunch menu every Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 3 pm. Order their famous breakfast skillet and help your hangover with a Loaded Mary for just $16.

4. Goldfinch Tavern

5. Mission Cantina

Since 2005, Mission Cantina has been celebrating Mexican food and culture in West Seattle’s Admiral District. Enjoy amazing Mexican dishes like the Baja burrito, chilaquiles, or the sweet papa hash. They offer incredible deals on drinks like single mimosas for just $8, or bottomless for $14, or you can choose to pair up your food with Bloody Mary’s or Sangrias!

6. Nue

In this restaurant bottomless mimosas and brunch are on the agenda every day of the week! Enjoy Nue’s international brunch menu, and choose from Latvian Smoked Sprats to Trinidad Goat Curry, all accompanied by a Golden Mountain Mary for $12, or a Mo’Mosa carafe for $28.

7. Paragon

Chef Stephan Bourgond shares his love for gorgeous and seasonal food with the residents of Queen Anne. You can enjoy incredible dishes like the “Croque Monsieur”, a toasty cheese sandwich with gruyere, ham, and dijon for just $12; or the “Shakshuka”, the chef’s rustic take on the middle eastern classic made with grilled eggplant, red bell pepper sauce, fresh herbs, popped chickpeas, and a chicken egg, served with crusty garlic bread for $16. Pair up these amazing dishes with Paragon’s Irish coffee, a Bloody Mary, or a mimosa.

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8. Skillet

Enjoy Skillet’s famous “Bacon Jam Bloody Mary” with bacon-infused vodka, house-made mix, and bacon salt, or sip one of their classic cocktails like the Bellini for just $9. Pair up these amazing drinks with “Mike’s Scramble” or “The Chub”.

9. Georgetown Liquor Company

GLC is a 100% vegan restaurant located at the north end of the Airport Way strip that will shock you with their house-made faux meats, cheeses, and sauces. Order a French Dip, a BBQ pulled pork, or a BLT, and pair it up with one of their signature cocktails like the “Sugar Skull”, or the “Electric Wizard”.

10. Norm’s Eatery & Alehouse

Located in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle, Norm’s Eatery & Ale House is open for brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 3 pm. Enjoy their delicious Breakfast Staple, Belgian Waffles, Scrambled eggs, or Benedicts accompanied by a mimosa carafe for $25 or one of Norm’s signature cocktails.

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