Where to Eat in Seattle This Mother’s Day

When Mother’s Day rolls around, brunch options abound. Mark your calendars for May 14 and book now for a sweet Sunday morning and afternoon at Seattle’s must-go locations!

BluWater Bistro | 102 Lakeside Ave | 206-328-2233

Lake Washington views? Check. Mimosas? Double check. All the best morning bites? Triple check. Head to charming Leschi for a special Sunday brunch at BluWater Bistro and check off all your Mother’s Day meal must-haves. Mom gets a complimentary mimosa, plus there will be Dungeness Crab quiche, breakfast potatoes, fresh baked scones and fruit for one and all. Now accepting reservations.

Cafe Campagne | 1600 Post Alley | 206-728-2233

Sure, this casual Pike Place Market French staple serves up a covetable brunch, but afternoon tea at Cafe Campagne is the perfect way to spend some quality time with mom. While tea time is not offered on weekends, if you’re looking to present mom with a gift on her big day, this is an extra-special option. Treat mom to a walk through the market followed by housemade petite bites and a pot of local favorite Barnes & Watson tea. Available Monday through Friday from 1-4 p.m.

Doc's Marina Grill | Multiple locations

Ferry over to Doc’s on Bainbridge Island or Port Townsend for a peaceful morning and afternoon with mom. Sit out on the deck for a dose of sunshine (weather permitting!) and a special Mother’s Day brunch menu. Doc’s will open an hour early on Sunday and serve up specialties alongside the regular seafood-centric menu.

Duke’s Chowder House | Multiple locations

Quick! Reserve seats for the family at any of Duke’s six Seattle area locations now, because this brunch sells out… and for good reason. Exhibit A: the Mama Mimosa, a freshly squeezed refresher. Attendees can also enjoy Duke’s Famous Bloody Mary; eggs benedict with fresh Washington coast Dungeness Crab and rosemary hollandaise; a garden veggie scramble made with cage-free eggs; or the Duchess Combo (half a Crab Club Sandwich on freshly baked rosemary bread, a cup of Lobster Mobster Pernod Chowder, and sweet potato fries). May is also Washington Wine Month at Duke’s, so you can sip your way through the regional wine list and find your new home state favorite. Brunch will be available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., lunch is served until 3 p.m., and dinner service begins promptly after lunch.

Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails | 1415 5th Ave | 206-971-8015

Celebrate al fresco at Motif Hotel’s very own rooftop bar and lounge, Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails. The downtown spot will feature a Mother’s Day brunch including rhubarb almond cake, fresh Essential Bakery cinnamon rolls, complimentary mimosa for mom, and a full lineup of specialty dishes. Frolik will also encourage guests to create a complimentary DIY bouquet for the leading lady in their lives.

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