There's nothing better than a lazy, booze-filled brunch... except getting a sweet deal on said brunch. But, given all the AM-eating options in this town, and the bad decisions you were probably making the night before, how can you possibly make a good decision about where to drink/eat this weekend? You can check out our hood-by-hood guide to Seattle's 26 best Boozy Brunch deals, that's how.
Seattle's 26 best Boozy Brunches: A hood-by-hood guide
1505 10th Avenue
The deal: $5 breakfast burritos, $3.50 wells, $2 domestic drafts, and $3 local drafts Monday to Friday from 6-9am.
The Pine Box
1600 Melrose Avenue
The deal: One of Seattle's best beer bars does brunch from 11am to 3pm on the weekends: start out with a classic Bloody Mary for $8 and add skewers of bacon, cured meats, and more for just a couple extra bucks.
332 15th Avenue E
The deal: Pitchers of mimosas with the freshest grapefruit/orange juice around for $25.
1419 12th Avenue
The deal: Swing by before 11am on the weekend for half-off brunch entrees and out-of-control Bloody Marys.
707 E Pine Street
The deal: Snag a Montana Breakfast (a Hamm’s w/ a splash of orange juice) for just $2.50. Also noteworthy is the Dewdriver (vodka and Mountain Dew) for just $4.50, and the beef jerky-loaded Bloody Mary.
4301 Leary Way NW
The deal: $4 mimosas and Bloody Marys and a Burke-Gilman Special that comes complete with two buttermilk pancakes served with real maple syrup, bacon, fresh fruit, and two eggs any style for $9.50.
9 Million Dollars in Unmarked Bills
3507 Fremont Place N
The deal: 9 Million hosts Industry Brunch every Sunday, which means you get a handsome reward (aka steep discounts) for dealing with drunk people all Saturday night.
462 N. 36th Street
The Deal: $2 mimosas, $4 double mimosas, and $4 mini Marys.
Norm’s Eatery & Alehouse
460 N. 36th Street
The deal: $4 Bloody Marys and mimosas all weekend from 10am to 2pm, and plenty of space for your dog, since pets are pretty much the... sorry'boutthis!... norm at this place.
The 5 Point
415 Cedar Street
The Deal: All-day breakfast is great (and rare in Seattle), but even better? From 6-9am on weekdays, you get a Bloody Mary, mimosa, or coffee w/ Bailey's for a Lincoln, and a basic breakfast (two extra large eggs any style, toast, and bacon) for $3.75.
5231 Ballard Avenue NW
The deal: Take your pick from any of Hattie’s seven ultra-boozy Bloody Marys and get in on their Early Bird Special (one egg, one slice of bacon or one sausage patty, hash browns, and one piece of toast) for $5.50.
5225 Ballard Avenue NW
The deal: Score one of their Bloody Mary options for just $4... and stuff your face with a Plain Jane cheeseburger for a well-rounded brunch on the cheap.
The Hi Spot
1410 34th Avenue
The deal: Pint-size doubles made with Skyy Vodka or Sauza Gold Tequila make your $6.75 morning cocktail considerably better than your usual Bloody Maria or screwdriver.
601 Queen Anne Avenue N
The deal: Monday through Friday from 8-11am, all items on Toulouse Petit’s menu are $8. Nab a fancy-pants Creole Bloody Mary or any one of Toulouse Petite’s huge selection of cocktails for $7.50.
2125 Queen Anne Avenue N
The deal: Bottomless mimosas on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am-3pm with the purchase of any food item.
605 Queen Anne Avenue N
The deal: Swing by between 10am and noon Tuesday through Friday to enjoy most of Peso’s breakfast entrees for just $7.50, and start your day off right with a carafe of Spanish pomegranate sangria or Peso’s Apple Pear Canela Sangria for $18.
Easy Street Records
4559 California Avenue SW
The deal: Crack into a Redbeer (V8 and a Rainier) for $3.50 and enjoy fantastic rockstar-themed breakfasts like the Beck Omelet, Lil Kim, and Billy Breakfast Burrito for less than the cost of a CD.
2620 Alki Avenue Southwest
The deal: $15 pitchers of mimosas and $4 screwdrivers and greyhounds.
3803 Delridge Way SW
The deal: Three-for-$9 breakfast tacos (take your pick of five varieties), cartoons, and mimosas or bellinis by the carafe.
4437 California Avenue SW
Infinity mimosas at Ma’ono for just $12 would make this place worth it even if they didn't serve the city's best fried chicken.
Blue Star Cafe & Pub
4512 Stone Way N
The deal: Not only does Blue Star have an awesome breakfast special for every day of the week, it also has $5 Bloody Marys that the regulars swear by.
Ivar’s Salmon House
401 NE Northlake Way
The deal: Along with a build-your-own Bloody Mary and oyster shooter bar, you can snap up a mimosa for $3 or make it grand (this entails an extra splash of Grand Marnier) for a buck extra.
Georgetown Liquor Company
5501 B Airport Way S
The deal: Build-your-own behemoth Bloody Mary for just $8 and tack on some skits and gravy for a cool $7.73.
Square Knot Diner
6015 Airport Way S
The deal: Screw drinking mimosas by the glass, this beloved 24-hour diner's got 'em by the pint any hour of the day.
5828 Roosevelt Way NE
The deal: Re-up with a hearty breakfast burrito for $5.50 and throw a beer with a splash of orange juice in there for good measure.
6508 Roosevelt Avenue
The deal: On Saturdays and Sundays, all full breakfast entrees come with your choice of Bloody Mary or mimosa between 9am and 1pm.
1. Lost Lake Cafe & Lounge1505 10th Ave, Seattle
2. The Pine Box1600 Melrose Ave, Seattle
3. Smith332 15th Ave E, Seattle
4. Manhattan1419 12th Ave, Seattle
5. Linda's Tavern707 E Pine St, Seattle
6. Hale's Ales Brewery & Pub4301 Leary Way NW, Seattle
7. 9 Million In Unmarked Bills3507 Fremont Pl, Seattle
8. The Backdoor at Roxy's462 N 36th St, Seattle
9. Norm's Eatery & Ale House460 N 36th St, Seattle
10. The 5 Point Cafe415 Cedar St, Seattle
11. Hattie's Hat Restaurant5231 Ballard Ave. NW, Seattle
12. King's Hardware5225 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle
13. Hi Spot Cafe1410 34th Ave, Seattle
14. Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge601 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle
15. Paragon Restaurant & Bar2125 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle
16. Skylark Cafe & Club3803 Delridge Way SW, Seattle
17. Easy Street Records & Cafe4559 California Ave SW, #200, Seattle
18. El Chupacabra2620 Alki Ave SW, Seattle
19. Ma'ono Fried Chicken & Whiskey4437 California Ave SW, Seattle
20. Blue Star Cafe and Pub4512 Stone Way N, Seattle
21. Ivar's1001 Alaskan Way, Pier 54, Seattle
22. Georgetown Liquor Company5501 Airport Way S, Ste B, Seattle
23. Square Knot Diner6015 Airport Way S, Seattle
24. Cafe Racer5828 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle
25. The Atlantic Crossing6508 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle
This varnished wood paneling, accented stone walls, and deep red furnishing ooze laid-back '70s style at this modern take on old-school diners in Hilltop. A late-night haunt to most, Lost Lake really shines in the breakfast and burger departments with their dreamy hollandaise-heavy benedicts and the secret sauce that tops the ground beef on the handful of specialty burgers. There are, however, comforting house mains like pot roast that stands toe-to-toe with mom's and Brit-approved fish & chips.
The Pine Box, simultaneously cool and a bit creepy given being located in an old mortuary, is more famous for its cocktails than the building's actual history. Here, they always serve a choice of at least two local ciders, along with cocktails, 30-plus taps of extremely well-curated West Coast-heavy brews, fancy brunch, and other delicious bites.
Dig into rustic pub fare, craft cocktails, and an "uncommon" beer selection at Smith in Seattle. This Capitol Hill area fave run by the proprietors of other Emerald City hotspots Linda's, King's Hardware, and Oddfellows Cafe, is known for their dependable menu of elevated and seasonal New American dinner and brunch selections. The warm and welcoming woodsy, lodge like interior provides the perfect setting for hearty and unique farmhouse style dishes and drinks.
The guys behind Po Dogs/ Grim's/ Auto Battery offer a menu of southern-inspired steakhouse-style eats, plus delectable seafood options, which you can enjoy in their plush, rustic space.
A classic pub in Seattle, Linda's prides itself on being "a nice place for nice people".
Hale's is where the history is (and uh... beer); as the creator of the first microbrewed pale ale in the Northwest, there is little room if disappointment over the amount of brews they're cranking out a month.
This laid-back Fremont boozer has a spacious patio and serves up specially crafted 'tails using fresh ingredients like muddled lemons & oranges, orange-spiced black tea-infused whiskey and rhubarb bitters.
The Backdoor's menu of American fare is only part of the attraction here, with an extensive selection of bourbon and rye available at the bar. This, combined with the house-made bitters, means that the assortment of signature cocktails is serious business.
A staple in Fremont, Norm's serves up classic American comfort food (burgers, etc), and is pouring brews from 14 taps. Known for being dog-friendly and people-friendly!
It's hard to argue with this quirky's dive's tagline: "Alcoholics serving alcoholics since 1929" -- these guys have been serving boozy concoctions way under the radar since just before the end of prohibition, and it shows. The same goes for its heaping breakfasts of chicken & biscuits, plate-sized pancakes, and vegetarian hash and endless selection of classic burgers, sandwiches, and classic American comfort foods that make an ideal pair for a pint or specialty cocktail.
This American eatery serves up classic dishes with a twist (like their Voodoo Burger with Cajun spices!) and is known for their legendary brunch, with their signature Rosemary Mary.
King's Hardware is decked out with taxidermy and stocked with regional brews, but the rustic pub's main attraction is its tasty and creative burger options, like the peanut butter and bacon-based After School Special. Aside from classic and specialty burgers, there are hot wings, onion rings, and similar greased-up "sidekicks" on the menu. You can bring your beer and burger outside and chill on the patio, or stay inside and challenge your friends to a round of skee-ball.
With a patio that's open all Summer and fresh eats like a chicken sausage scramble and a salad nicoise, The Hi Spot is your go-to for a reshreshing brunch in Madrona.
Toulouse Petit specializes in Cajun-kissed, French Quarter fare, and it does so in a dining room ripped right out of smoky New Orleans fantasy: curling wrought iron, heavily plastered walls, mosaic tiled floors. Considering the city of inspiration, shrimp and crawfish makes many cameos, in seriously spicy jambalaya, over creamy corn grits, or floating in a the dark roux of seafood gumbo. Southern poultry dishes (buttermilk-fried, cheri) and French-leaning steaks break up a seafood-heavy menu. Beignets topped with powdered sugar are just as sweet cast in morning light coming through dramatically arched windows as they are by evening candlelight with a dessert chianti. To ensure utter seduction, there’s always the voodoo rum punch (light and dark rum, cranberry, orange, pineapple, lemon, ginger beer, orange bitters).
With open mics and weekly music showcases galore, Paragon offers live music five nights a week, and dishes that range from catfish to prime rib.
Skylark combines great cocktails, happy hours, and all of your favorite bar eats (Cheesesteaks! Bacon-cheddar burgers! Fried pickle chips!) with all-things music. From karaoke nights, to open mics, to a whole range of musical acts -- plus the occasional burlesque performance -- Skylark has your musical needs covered.
This combo coffee shop, record store, and diner is serving up some of the best brunch in West Seattle... with a side of vinyl.
This beachfront version of the Phinney Mextaurant features a very similar patio, and is decked with all sorts of funky South-of-the-border art. They're serving up traditional comida like burritos/tacos/tortas stuffed with various meats, like sautéed shrimp, and more.
Ma'ono means flavor. Flavor means Hawaiian cuisine. This Junction joint is helmed by island native Chef Mark Fuller, who sources ingredients from the Northwest and the Pacific Rim to bring Seattle authentic Hawaiian dishes like poke and the beef- and sausage-based Loco Moco. It wouldn't be a visit to Ma-ono, however, without a round of chicken, twice-fried and umami spiced, and a least a little taste of their 40+ bourbons, ryes, single malts, imported, and domestic whiskys, either on their own or in a house cocktail.
Blue Star is a neighborhood favorite (voted by MSN!), and their claim to fame may be the fact that they're serving up over FORTY different egg dishes, which makes them a no-brainer for brunch. But don't stop there, you can also score classic diner eats like club sandwiches and burgers at this Wallingford hang-out.
Ivar's is a classic waterfront fish house serving lunch and dinner on Elliott Bay.
This vegan and vegetarian restaurant's motto is, "Strong enough for a carnivore, made for an herbivore." And with items like seitan steak and a tofu chicken caesar, they're definitely aiming to cure you of your meat-loving ways. Stop by for their famous brunch, where you can chow down on things like "skits n' gravy", made with vegan biscuits.
This Roosevelt diner focuses on serving classic American eats like club sandwiches, hot wings, and more. Their focus on homemade food and creative desserts (Applesauce carrot cake! Triple-chocolate cake frosted with chocolate butter cream!) set them apart from your average greasy spoon.
Cafe Racer is friend to any and all patrons who arrive on two wheels, plus the rest of University's denizens as well, serving up great cocktails and American classics. With frequent live music and a moto decor, CR is sure to become your next hang out.
This pub is your go-to for all things Sounders-related. But when they're not busy offering up a top-notch spot to watch the match, Atlantic Crossing is serving up decidedly British items, like a Scotch egg for breakfast, and a Guinness beef stew for lunch/dinner.