Seattle’s Best Boozy Brunches

When Sunday rolls around, we know where you’ll be—at brunch, of course! And what good is brunch if you can’t indulge a little? These spots not only have incredible food, but spectacular drinks.

Lola

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via Flickr user Ming-yen Hsu

Opened by James Beard winning chef and author Tom Douglas, Lola serves exquisite Greek fare in a modern, sleek, and hip environment. Along with their raved-about Eggs Benedict, you have to try the flavor-packed House Made Jalapeño Infused Vodka Bloody Mary.

You can find Lola at 2000 4th Ave

5 Spot

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via Flickr user my name is julie

5 Spot completely changes up the menu all the time, which makes it an exciting breakfast venture. The theme of the food will also match their specialty cocktail offerings, which makes this the ultimate place for a boozy brunch.

You can find 5 Spot at 1502 Queen Anne Ave N

Boat Street Kitchen

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via Flickr user jwalsh

Tucked away near Olympic Sculpture Park, the spot, which was once a beaten down cinderblock building, is now a no-grease restaurant, serving up dishes from renowned chef and local culinary icon Renee Erickson. When you’re looking for a killer mimosa, Boat Street Kitchen serves up one of the best.

You can find Boat Street Kitchen at 3131 Western Ave

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