Opened a few years ago by the guy behind Li’l Woody's (one of Seattle's best burger spots), Fat’s wasn't happy selling its eponymous chicken & waffles soley for lunch and dinner, so it quickly started serving them on Saturday and Sunday mornings too, along with a can't miss biscuit sandwich with fried chicken breast, a fried egg, and bacon & gravy. They’ve also got a delicious egg Benedict with fried green tomato, a pimento cheese BLT, and so much more.
How to order: Use Uber Eats or Postmates for delivery, or simply order takeout and pick it up yourself
This not-so-nue destination for international street food isn't messing around when it comes to morning-appropriate plates from around the globe—we're talking thin yeast pancakes stuffed with Dutch pepper bacon from the Netherlands; Flemish-style French fries; and a linguica, roast beef, and ham sandwich from Portugal. Oh, and if you’re trying to switch things up in your own kitchen, try Nue at Home, which offers cocktail kits, grills to go, and shippable meals.
How to order: Click here for pickup or use DoorDash, Caviar, Grubhub, or Uber Eats for delivery
Seattle's most famous meat-free restaurant serves everything from dinner (corn tortillas filled with cheesy mashed potatoes, a Portobello Wellington with madeira wine sauce, plus a selection of pizzas, sandwiches & salads) to brunch, for which you can down buttermilk banana pancakes, biscuits & gravy, and more. Keep in mind that while Cafe Flora’s dine-in service has returned, only the outdoor tent and indoor atrium are currently available, and all tables are first come, first serve.
How to order: If you’re not dining in, click here for takeout, or order delivery via Caviar
Helmed by a former vegetarian making up for 15 years of meat-free eating, this mostly breakfast/lunch spot offers a handful of AM appropriate burritos like The Thomas with scrambled eggs, pork belly, and Mama Lil's peppers; a slew of signature sandwiches (try the Apple Melt with two kinds of cheese, caramelized onion, and apple); pantry items like bagels and lox; and brunch items like the Dad's Breakfast, which is just two eggs any style, plus their excellent house bacon and potatoes.
How to order: Reserve a dine-in table here; alternatively, visit ChowNow for pickup or delivery
Boasting four locations across the city these breakfast specialists have your brunch needs covered, highlighted by more than a half dozen Benedicts made with everything from smoked salmon to braised pork shoulder, as well as a diverse range of other "favorites" including biscuits topped with a local, foraged mushroom gravy, and a dungeness crab grilled cheese with gouda & spinach pesto, but the best option is probably something from their breakfast Bar, which is basically just a bunch of different kinds of pancakes, French toast, and waffles.
How to Order: Call 206.462.6400 for pickup and GrubHub for delivery
Also boasting locations in Everett and Mill Creek, this family-run Mexican mini-chain serves an impressive array of authentic South of the Border-style dishes made with ingredients—including hand-pressed tortillas—produced almost entirely in-house, like Huevos Rancheros smothered in red salsa & jack cheese, and chile poblano stuffed with scrambled eggs and cheese. La Palmera is the kind of place that is so welcoming, it will quickly become your home away from home—especially once you get acquainted with the all day, everyday happy hour.
How to order: Dine-in any day of the week, or try pickup or delivery