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  • See What’s Hatching for Easter Sunday 04.17.14

    Spring has sprung and Easter is on its way, which means that it is time to enjoy the company of your friends and family over locally renowned food and drinks. Whatever your Easter plans may be, food lovers have a variety of choices to indulge in beyond colored eggs and chocolate bunnies. Treat yourself to three-course brunch menus at Agrodolce, Golden Beetle, and Tilth or really get into the spirit of Easter and try your first Rabbit Benedict at Fonte Cafe!

    Where will you and your family and friends enjoy a festive brunch this Easter Sunday? See our recommendations below and reserve now before seats are filled!

    Fonte Omelet
     

    Fonte Cafe Invites Rodger Rabbit to Brunch
    Spend quality time with family and friends at a European bistro-style café in the bustling downtown Seattle corridor. This Easter, Fonte Café (omelette pictured above) is offering their special Easter brunch that will wake you up and put you in the Easter spirit. Enjoy any of their special rabbit themed brunch items, including Rabbit Stew with onions, lemon, capers, white wine, and herbs; Rodger Rabbit Benedict with house made English muffin, confit rabbit, poached eggs, and hollandaise; and Rabbit Frittata with two eggs, leeks, shallots, rabbit, cherry tomatoes, and chevre cheese.

    Fonte Cafe is located across from the Seattle Art Museum and steps away from Pike Place Market at 1321 First Ave Seattle, WA 98101. Call (206) 777.6193 or book your reservation online.

    Sustainable Southern Italian at Agrodolce
    Agrodolce’s exclusive Easter brunch menu provides effortless Southern Italian and Sicilian dining. Taste elements of organically fresh and locally grown ingredients made by James Beard Award-winning chef Maria Hines. Enjoy brunch with signature Bottomless Mimosas alongside your three-course brunch including a Homemade Blueberry Apricot Scone with whipped honey orange butter; St. Jude’s Albacore Tuna Benedict with arzak egg, caper aioli, and sundried tomatoes; and Cassata Coffee Cake with ricotta, pan de spagna, and candied fruit.

    Three-course brunch is $25 per person. Agrodolce is located in the Fremont Neighborhood at 709 N 35th St Seattle, WA 98103. Call (206) 547.9707 or book your reservation online .

    Dive into the Eastern Mediterranean at Golden Beetle
    This Easter Golden Beetle is offering a savory three-course Easter brunch with a splash of Mediterranean flair. Certified organic by Oregon Tilth, enjoy a delicious brunch while nurturing yourself in the process! Choices for the three-course brunch include Yogurt with Fruit, orange blossom water, mint, and walnut; Smoked Ham & Grilled Asparagus Omelet with gruyere cheese, parsley, beef fat fried potato; and Bakalava with phyllo, cinnamon crème, and rose water. View the full menu online.

    Three-course brunch is $25 per person, excluding tax and gratuity. Golden Beetle is located in the Ballard neighborhood at 1744 NW Market St. Seattle, WA 98107. Call (206) 706.2977 or book your reservation online.

     

    Theo Chocolate Ganache Cake


    Feel at Home this Easter at Tilth

    If you are looking to spend Easter in the comfort of home, enjoy Tilth restaurant, set within an old craftsman house in Wallingford. Tilth is offering a special three-course brunch including Asparagus Salad with chive blossom, soft cooked egg, and smoked salmon; Soft Scrambled Eggs with English pea and maitake, truffle oil; and Theo Chocolate Ganache Cake (pictured above) with chocolate cookie, cocoa cream, and sea salt. Cozy up in the dining room and enjoy the intimate space with your loved ones this Sunday.View the full menu online.

    Three-course menu is $30 per person, excluding tax and gratuity; additional $10 for cava or mimosa with coffee. Tilth is located in Wallingford at 1411 N 45th St Seattle, WA 98103. Call (206) 633.0801 or book your reservation online.

     

     

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  • Celebrate Passover at Golden Beetle through April 2 03.27.13



    It isn’t often that a James Beard award-winning chef presents a Passover menu, but working with chef de cuisine Ariel Fishman-Larsh has inspired Maria Hines to present a Passover menu at Golden Beetle. Chef Ariel worked with Maria on creating the below Passover menu with her Jewish culture in mind, teaching Maria culinary Passover traditions in the process. While it won’t be created in a kosher kitchen, it does embody Passover with each item represented on the Seder plate.

    The five-course menu, presented with the Seder meanings, will be offered for $40 and wine pairings will be available for an additional $20. Reservations are recommended by calling 206.706.2977 or online.

    1st course
    Beitzah
    tea egg, vegetable broth, breakfast radish
    Sabrego Godello, Valdeorras, Spain ’10

    2nd course
    Karpas
    braised mustard greens, apple cider vinegar, harissa
    Ontañón Vetiver Rosado, Rioja, Spain ’11

    3rd course
    Maror
    house made matzoh, horseradish, black cod
    Ramon Bilbao Valiñas Albariño, Rias Baixas, Spain ’11

    4th course
    Zeroa
    lamb steak, caramelized onions, parsley
    Omnivore Cellars Cabernet Franc, Columbia Valley,
    Washington ’09

    5th course
    Charoset
    apple, red wine, almond
    Manischewitz Blackberry Wine

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