2022 Best Mother's Day Brunch Restaurants in Seattle Area

Mother's Day Restaurants
in Seattle

When making your Mother's Day plans to treat to her to a special brunch on Sunday, May 8, 2022, be sure to contact the restaurant to find out its operational status. Some restaurants may have takeout or delivery for Mother's Day.

Browse our list of the Top Mother's Day Brunch Restaurants in Seattle, presented in alphabetical order.

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Barking Frog
14/20
Destination restaurant for Northwest cuisine paired with wine country drinks. See More

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The Capital Grille
13/20
This outpost of the steakhouse chain feels right at home in downtown Seattle. See More

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Copperleaf Restaurant
15/20
An oasis off the beaten path for locally inspired dishes prepared with farm-to-table sensibilities. See More

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Cutters Crabhouse
12/20
Cutters Crabhouse looks out over Seattle's waterfront, while on the menu, crab is the star of the show. See More

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Daniel's Broiler
13/20
Classy steakhouse on the Lake Washington waterfront. See More

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Steakhouse, Northwest, New American
Goldfinch Tavern
14/20
Restaurateur Ethan Stowell's style meets Four Seasons' luxury. See More

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Joule

Korean, Small Plates, Steakhouse
Joule
13/20
Korean ingredients and French technique marry into a unique steakhouse. See More

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Salty's on Alki
12/20
Fresh seafood served with views of the Seattle skyline. See More

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Serafina
13/20
Live music, Italian cuisine and friendly service make this spot a warm neighborhood classic. See More

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