A popular spot for brunch on the weekends thanks to its fun cowboy theme and delicious skillet dishes, Brave Horse Tavern has great service, a constantly changing menu, and community tables great for large groups of friends. The chorizo skillet, with eggs, tortilla chips, and just the right amount of spice, is a great choice, as is the Denver omelet skillet, smashed potatoes, and Chipotle eggs Benedict. The restaurant also has amazing brunch drinks like spiked coffee with house made Baileys, orange juice with melon flavored Grey Goose, Beermosas with Miller and orange juice, and the spicy Bloody Scotsman, a version of the Bloody Mary with scotch. The restaurant is often not too crowded during brunch, thanks to its 21 and over policy, but it does get very crowded on football days because of its many TVs perfect for watching the games.
Address & telephone number: 310 Terry Ave N, Seattle, WA, USA, +1 206 971 0717
With a name that comes from a Peruvian love story, 13 Coins has been a Seattle institution since 1967, famed for its high backed booths, swiveling captain’s chairs, and exhibition kitchen known for lively counter-side exchanges and 24 hour menu. Fruit lovers and French toast fans find a favorite in the Monte Cristo for breakfast or brunch, and the huge portions of french onion soup with finely made bread, frittatas, and scrambled eggs make for great early morning meals to share. The Eggs Benedict is another popular choice, with its deliciously creamy and slightly tangy Hollandaise sauce, and they also even have a fantastic Crab Eggs Benedict option. Thanks to the restaurant being open 24 hours, people enjoy breakfast at 13 Coins at all times of the day or night.
Address & telephone number: 125 Boren Ave N, Seattle, WA, USA, +1 206 682 2513