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Beyond Portage Bay Cafe: 15 of Seattle’s busiest brunches right now

Because Fruity Pebble French toast and fried chicken smothered in syrup sounds right up our alley this weekend.



Toulouse Petit brings the comfort food to brunch hours | Courtesy Toulouse Petit/Yelp


It’s no secret Seattle’s brunch scene has long been on the rise. As rainy weekends speckle an incoming Seattle autumn, the search for warm comfort foods doused in hollandaise or sopping with syrup naturally comes with it.


So, we’ve rounded up 15 of Seattle’s most popular go-tos for all means benedicts and biscuits.

Read on for all the details of our brunchy bucket list, and click through the slideshow above for all the breakfast spots’ photo-ops giving us a touch of plate envy.


Geraldine’s CounterColumbia City

Though it’s a cozy nook for classic and hearty comfort fare like scrambles and French toast, it’s a bustling brunch go-to nearly every day of the week. In the end, it’s an all-day American diner that simply has yet to disappoint. 



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