Best Boozy & Bottomless Brunch Spots in Seattle

Seattle, Washington is known for many things including sights to see and its classic gloomy weather. No matter if you’re visiting the town for a few days or live here permanently, there’s so much to enjoy, including the food.

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That’s right, this city is chock full of wonderful restaurants, specifically brunch ones. And what’s not to love about brunch?

Whether it’s an excuse to drink during the day, cure your hangover, or spend time with some friends, there’s nothing this meal can’t do for you.

I’ve put together a list of my favorite brunch spots so you can try a few, or maybe even all of them.

And most importantly, each restaurant has a deal on mimosas or other cocktails like unlimited mimosas or pitchers. Keep reading to learn a bit about each place!

Skillet Capitol Hill

1400 E Union St, Seattle, WA 98122
Phone: (206) 512-2001
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With over 1,700 positive reviews, Skillet Capitol Hill is clearly the go-to of many when it comes to brunch in Seattle. Serving comfort food made from locally-sourced ingredients, this spot is full of tasty things to try.

The brunch menu is served all day at Skillet Capitol Hill, so you can stop by at your convenience.

We recommend the chub, fried chicken breakfast burrito, griddle cakes, or chilaquiles. Be sure to order a pitcher of mimosas for $30!

Goldfinch Tavern

99 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101
Phone: (206) 749-7070
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Located in the Four Seasons Hotel, Goldfinch Tavern is a can’t-miss brunch restaurant.

Serving New American cuisine in an elegant setting, you’re bound to love it here. And the best part is, this spot offers views of Puget Sound.

Goldfinch Tavern offers brunch on the weekend and does things a little bit differently.

Brunch is $59 per person and includes bottomless mimosas as well as an appetizer, entree, and trio of desserts – what more could you want?


1519 14th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122
Phone: (206) 257-0312
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Hoping to branch out from American cuisine? Check out Nue. This neighborhood spot serves food from all over the world, so there’s plenty to try here.

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With history-rich decor, you can also take in plenty of interesting views.

Brunch is served throughout the week at Nue with a separate menu for the week and weekend.

Try out the Israeli shakshuka, pineapple cornbread, chengdu chicken and waffles, or South African sunny bunny. Make sure to order a carafe of mimosas for $28!

Frank’s Oyster House & Champagne Parlor

2616 NE 55th St, Seattle, WA 98105
Phone: (206) 525-0220
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If you like seafood, you’re going to love Frank’s Oyster House & Champagne Parlor. Though you may not expect it, this is one of the most popular brunch spots in Seattle.

Serving surf n’ turf in a retro setting, there’s something for everyone here.

Frank’s Oyster House & Champagne Parlor serves brunch on the weekends specifically. We recommend Frank’s madame, chicken and waffles, fried oyster po’boy.

Be sure to take advantage of the unlimited mimosas at this location!

The Lookout

757 Bellevue Ave E, Seattle, WA 98102
Phone: (206) 922-3767
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Trying to find a laid-back space for your weekend brunch? Swing by The Lookout. This local tavern serves classic pub fare and plenty of cocktails.

With an outdoor garden and views of the Space Needle, you’ll get the full Seattle experience here.

Brunch is available on Saturday and Sunday at The Look Out. Be sure to try the crabcake benedict, Lookout breakfast sandwich, or breakfast burrito.

Don’t forget the unlimited mimosas for only $16 per person!

Mission Cantina

2325 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116
Phone: (206) 937-8220
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Established in 2005, Mission Cantina has been in the restaurant business for quite sometime now, and has definitely made a splash.

This unique spot serves pan-Latin cuisine and has a full-service bar with tasty drinks.

Mission Cantina serves brunch from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Try out the buenos nachos, baja burrito, panqueques, or sweet papa hash.

Make sure to grab some bottomless mimosas for $14 with $1 refills. They even have 16 different flavors to choose from!

Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge

601 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
Phone: (206) 432-9069
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Feeling a little adventurous? Toulouse Petite Kitchen & Lounge will help you branch out while enjoying a delicious brunch.

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This Seattle restaurant serves Cajun-Creole cuisine. With a cozy and New Orleans-themed interior, you’ll feel like you’ve taken a trip to the south.

Brunch is available throughout the week at Toulouse Petite Kitchen & Lounge.

We recommend the spicy creole andouille hash, creme caramel french toast, crisp and velvety croque madame, or Toulouse breakfast sandwich. Be sure to check out the cocktail menu, too!

Super Six

3714 S Hudson St, Seattle, WA 98118
Phone: (206) 420-1201
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Though it can be easy to miss, Super Six is a brunch spot you have to try. Housed in a vintage garage space, this local restaurant serves American comfort food with an Asian twist.

With nearly 1,400 positive reviews, you can count on having a great time.

Super Six serves brunch from 9:15 a .m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Be sure to try the Hawaiian toast, chicken n’ waffles, the hangover, or pork katsu sandwich.

Don’t forget to order the POG mimosas for two for only $29!

The Maple

8929 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115
Phone: (206) 402-6135
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With a 4.5 star rating on Google, it’s no surprise The Maple has made the brunch list. Serving a globally-inspired menu as well as beer and wine, there’s something for everyone here.

Housed in a vibrant and inviting setting, this spot is great for any occasion.

Brunch is from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at The Maple. Try out the grilled steak breakfast burrito, The Maple royal burger, french toast, or croque madame.

Make sure to grab a mimosa pint for only $8!

Portage Bay Cafe – South Lake Union

391 Terry Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
Phone: (206) 462-6400
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If you’re all about sustainability, head over to Portage Bay Cafe for brunch.

This Seattle neighborhood restaurant serves breakfast and brunch made from local, organic, and sustainable ingredients, so you can feel good about eating here.

The brunch menu changes seasonally at Portage Bay Cafe, so there’s always something new to try. We recommend the mole verde burrito, swedish pancakes, farmer’s hash bowl, or oatmeal cobbler french toast.

Be sure to grab a mimosa pitcher – it’s a full bottle of champagne after all!

Lost Lake Cafe & Lounge

1505 10th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122
Phone: (206) 323-5678
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Looking for a charming spot for brunch? Take a look at Lost Lake Cafe & Lounge. This little diner has the perfect retro diner look to take you back in time.

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Serving American diner cuisine, you can count on enjoying the food here.

Lost Lake Cafe & Lounge is open 24 hours, so you can stop by for brunch at literally any time. Be sure to try the Lost Lake french toast, lago perdido chilaquiles, Californian benedict, or chicken fried steak.

Don’t forget the mimosa pitcher for $35!


4437 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116
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Finishing up our list of Seattle brunches is Ma’ono. As the name may have hinted, this local restaurant serves Hawaiian-influenced cuisine and fried chicken.

And with cocktails in the mix, there’s everything you could ever need in just one spot.

Brunch is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Ma’ono. Try out the spicy chicken sandwich, kimcheese, or curry fried rice.

Make sure to order a carafe of mimosas for $18. Choose from orange, grapefruit, guava, or POG juice!

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Written by Kyle Green

Kyle lives never passes up the opportunity to try a new restaurant. As a former New Yorker of 7 years, he enjoys regular trips to NYC to visit friends and enjoys all the restaurants and activities the city have to offer. He also spends time on the road tasting and reviewing other restaurant scenes around the country.