Here are our suggestions for restaurants offering a special Easter brunch or dinner menu, and some that are a nice departure from classic holiday fare. Whether you are able to celebrate with family and friends or a more solo/duo experience, we’ve got you covered with options for dine-in and to go meals.
Seattle restaurant Easter brunch and dinner options
Our list of suggestions for an Easter repast features mostly locally-owned and modestly priced restaurants offering varied cuisines and menus. Most offer dine-in, takeout, and delivery options, except where indicated.
(Listed roughly north to south.)
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Joule (Seattle/Fremont) features a rotating menu of Korean-inspired options.
Ray’s Café (Seattle/Ballard) is a casual dining option located upstairs from pricier Ray’s Boathouse. The dine-in café menu features seasonal Northwest seafood favorites. Outdoor seating is available, when the weather is agreeable.
Westward (Seattle/North Lake Union) features a brunch menu with Easter specials all day. Dine-in or takeout.
Café Flora (Seattle/Madison Valley) offers a creative vegetarian menu. Dine-in, delivery, or takeout.
Terra Plata (Seattle/Capitol Hill) features a seasonal menu that changes daily. Dine-in or takeout. Rooftop dining available, weather permitting.
Bluwater Bistro (Seattle/Leschi) offers a varied menu from brunch to dinner. Dine-in, delivery, or takeout.
Daniel’s Broiler Steak & Seafood (Swartz Bros) (Seattle/South Lake Union, Leschi, and Downtown/Hyatt Hotel; also Bellevue) offers a menu of steaks and seafood. For Easter, they feature a 3-course steak & lobster meal for $120/person. Dine-in, delivery, or takeout.
Buca de Beppo Seattle (Seattle Center) offers reasonably priced Daily Family Meals (Sunday is “LASAGNA”), plus a wide range of other pizza, pasta, entrées, shareable sides and deserts and some “take and bake” options. Dine-in, delivery, or takeout.
Four Seasons Goldfinch Tavern (Seattle downtown) offers a weekend brunch prix fixe for $59/person plus their ala carte menu. The Ethan Stowell restaurant focuses on Pacific Northwest cuisine.
Capital Grille (Seattle downtown) has a dine-in Easter brunch for $49 (children $15) as well as a takeout three-course dinner ready-to-heat meal featuring Whole Rack of Bone-In Filet and accompaniments to serve 2/4 for $155/$275.
Metropolitan Grill (Seattle downtown) offers pricey but elegant meals featuring chateaubriand, rack of lamb, Kurobota pork, Kurobota ham, or crab-crusted king salmon. Serves 2 and includes sides and dessert, $95-$195. Dine-in, delivery, or takeout.
Pike Place Market Restaurants (Seattle downtown). Find out which Market restaurants are open, their hours of operations, and if they offer indoor dining, outdoor dining, takeout, curbside pick-up, or delivery.
Ivar’s restaurants (Seattle/waterfront, Mukilteo) specializes in classic seafood dishes. Menus and prices vary by location. Dine-in, delivery, or takeout.
Crawfish King Vietnamese-Cajun seafood restaurant (Seattle-south end) offers a varied seafood menu with side dishes ala carte or in buckets or “feasts” to serve a large group. Dine-in, delivery, or takeout.
13 Coins (Seattle/Pioneer Square, also Bellevue and Seatac) offers a nice selection of menu items to suit a variety of tastes and appetites, for solo dinners or family meals. Dine-in, delivery, or takeout.
IHOP family feasts (multiple Puget Sound locations) are affordably priced meals that serve 4 for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Plus a menu of many other options.
Olive Garden (multiple Puget Sound locations) celebrates Easter with abundant Italian classics made convenient with Family-Style Meals to go. Choose from a Family Bundle, which includes a large pan of Classic Lasagna, jumbo house salad and breadsticks, or Family-Size Pans of menu favorites such as Fettucine Alfredo, Chicken Parmigiana and more. Make your meal complete by adding a bottle of wine, starting at $15, available to go where permissible. Order online and have your meal delivered safely, right to your car.
Reservations are of course strongly recommended (and required at many restaurants for busy holidays). Most of these restaurants can be reserved through OpenTable for Easter brunch, lunch, or dinner, or by clicking the link to their website.
But wait, there’s more! Scroll down for Easter restaurant suggestions outside of Seattle.
Easter restaurant suggestions outside of Seattle
(Listed alphabetically by city.)
Solarium Kitchen & Bar (Bellevue Hilton) is offering a dine-in Easter brunch from 10am-2pm for $58/person, $25/children.
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit restaurants (Bellevue, Bonney Lake, Bremerton, Everett, Issaquah, Kent, Marysville, Olympia, Puyallup, Tacoma) will be open on Easter, ready to safely serve guests through dine-in (where available), carryout, curbside or contactless delivery. The perfect holiday meal, Dickey’s Classic Family Pack feeds up to four and includes one pound of pulled pork, one pound of brisket, barbecue beans, cabbage slaw, potato salad, six rolls, barbecue sauce, pickles and onions.
Daniel’s Broiler Steak & Seafood (Swartz Bros) (Bellevue, Seattle/Lake Union, Seattle/Leschi, Seattle/Downtown–Hyatt Hotel) offers a menu of steaks and seafood. For Easter, they feature a 3-course steak & lobster meal for $120/person. Dine-in, delivery, or takeout.
13 Coins (Bellevue, Seattle/Pioneer Square, Seatac) offers a nice selection of menu items to suit a variety of tastes and appetites, for solo dinners or family meals. Dine-in, delivery, or takeout.
Amaro Bistro (Bothell) is an authentic Italian restaurant, a departure from traditional Easter menus. Specialties include pizza, roast meats and fish, an extensive wine list, plus outdoor dining when the weather beckons. Dine-in, delivery, or takeout.
Jetty Bar & Grille (Everett/Port Gardner at the Hotel Indigo) offers a varied menu including breakfast, weekend brunch, lunch, and dinner options. Dine-in, delivery, or takeout.
Black Angus Steak House (Federal Way, Puyallup) Family Meals are available for Take-Out and Delivery and serve 4 people. Includes Your Choice Of: Steak, Chicken, Salmon or Surf & Turf. Paired with Home-Style Mashed Potatoes or 5-Grain Rice Pilaf, Fresh Broccoli with Garlic Butter and 8 Chocolate Chip Cookies. Dine-in, delivery, or takeout.
Table 47 (Gig Harbor) offers an all-day dining menu for dine-in or takeout.
Harmon Hub Restaurants (Gig Harbor, Tacoma) offers a varied menu of casual fare. Dine-in, delivery, or takeout.
Snoqualmie Casino (Issaquah near North Bend) is Seattle’s closet casino. They offer dine-in weekend brunch ala carte (no buffet) in the Falls Buffet from 11am-2pm.
WildFin American Grill (Issaquah, Renton, Tacoma) offers weekend brunch featuring classic and Northwest breakfast and lunch favorites. Dine-in, delivery, or takeout.
Ivar’s restaurants (Mukilteo, Seattle) specializes in classic seafood dishes. Menus and prices vary by location. Dine-in, delivery, or takeout.
Feast Buffet (Renton) has re-opened and is reputed to be one of the largest in the metro area. Easter price is $34.99/person.
Waters Table (Renton) offers a Northwest inspired menu for lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Dine-in, delivery, or takeout. They are featuring Prime Rib for Easter, but details and ricing was not available last time we checked.
Clearwater Restaurant (Suquamish/Kitsap Peninsula) within the Clearwater Casino offers a varied menu of casual fare in a relaxed atmosphere. Dine-in.
Indochine Asian Dining Lounge (Tacoma) is one of the city’s favorite restaurants, melding the flavors from Thailand, China, India, Japan, and Vietnam. Their regular menu is a delicious departure from classic Easter offerings. Dine-in or takeout.
Bahama Breeze (Tukwila) is helping guests plan an island-style Easter with family-style Caribbean Bundles To Go, offering choice of entrée served with a side, salad and Cuban bread. Bundles serve up to four people and come fully-cooked for guests to enjoy at home. Entrée selections include Seafood Paella, Grilled Chicken with Cilantro-Crema, Jerk Chicken Wings and Baby Back Ribs. Cocktails are also available to go in select locations. Order online for curbside takeout.
Tulalip Resort Casino (Tulalip). Dining options include: The Blackfish Restaurant featuring a seafood centric menu, Journey East Asian-inspired menu, Tula Bene Pastaria + Chophouse house-made pastas and steaks, and the Cedars Café all day dining menus. The casino also offers still more casual dining options including pizzas, sandwiches, and pub fare in their sports bar. Dine-in.
IHOP family feasts (multiple Puget Sound locations) are affordably priced meals that serve 4 for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Plus a menu of many other options. Dine-in or takeout.
Anthony’s Restaurants (multiple Puget Sound locations) find them from Anacortes to Olympia and Kitsap to the eastside. Celebrate Easter with them and dine on their regular menu. Dine-in or takeout.
Enjoy an Easter brunch or dinner for modest prices at these Seattle-Tacoma restaurants. Reservations for many of the above recommended restaurants can be reserved through OpenTable or by clicking the link to their website.
But wait, there’s more!
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- Easter egg hunts in the Puget Sound region
- Easter 2021 events: virtual services, crafts, flowers, and more
- Find free and cheap things to do every day on the Greater Seattle on the Cheap calendar.
- Visit the Greater Seattle on the Cheap home page and choose from a menu of free and cheap activities in the Puget Sound region.
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Easter events 2021
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