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juliapangolin Apr 8, 2009 05:05 PM

I'll be visiting my family in Seattle over Mothers Day and we'd like to have a NICE (non-buffet) brunch somewhere, preferably close to downtown, or tending toward the northern end of the city. Someplace that will take reservations would be a helpful. Thanks

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    bluedog67 RE: juliapangolin Apr 9, 2009 12:09 PM

    Sadly Veil would have been perfect. I would suggest Monsoon, Lola, Boat St Cafe; all good. I also heard that Rovers started brunch - that would be lovely.

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      Leper RE: juliapangolin Apr 10, 2009 05:32 AM

      Maximillien's at the Market has a from-the-menu brunch that is excellent. Also, the Dahlia Lounge has just started brunch, but I'm not sure what format they use.

      1. natalie.warner RE: juliapangolin Apr 10, 2009 09:41 AM

        Volterra (takes reservations) in Ballad would be perfect. Portage Bay Cafe in the University Ave has great food. Preservation Kitchen (takes reservations) in Bothell has a wonderful atmophere and good food. Tilth (takes reservations) in Wallingford is also an option.

        1. nanette RE: juliapangolin Apr 11, 2009 03:46 AM

          When looking for places to eat during our visit, I noticed on the Tom Douglas website, he is doing a special Mother's Day Brunch:

          http://www.tomdouglas.com/events/view...

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