7 of the best all-day breakfast restaurants in Seattle

Mar 22 2021, 10:00 pm

Breakfast for dinner is one of the little luxuries in life for those that truly appreciate it.

Waffles, eggs, toast, pancakes, hash browns, bacon — we could go on forever.

Don’t skip out on the most important meal of the day, especially when you could have it all day, any day.

Here are seven spots to grab all-day breakfast in Seattle.

Bacco Cafe


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Bacco Cafe is a spot where you could order a coffee and wash it down with a mimosa and nobody would bat an eye. With a wonderful atmosphere and even greater eggs Benedict, this is one of the best choices, especially if you’re wanting to spend a day at the nearby Pike Place Market.

Location: 86 Pine Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-355-8887
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Biscuit Bitch


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For those in a rush, run in and out of Biscuit Bitch for a wonderful and filling savory biscuit. Although all locations usually garner a line, it typically moves quickly and you’ll have a plate in your hand within twenty minutes.

Location: 1909 1st Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-441-7999

Location: 2303 3rd Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-728-2219

The Fat Hen


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We’re kind of cheating by putting The Fat Hen on this list of all-day breakfast spots, as the restaurant is only open from 8 am to 2:30 pm daily. That being said, the dishes are so delicious that it felt cruel to keep you away from such a great breakfast.

Location: 1418 NW 70th Street, Seattle
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Voula’s Offshore Cafe


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Oooooh lordy, do you need to try Voula’s hash browns. Perfectly golden crusts, melty innards, and crispy bites are what you’ll experience with these insane sliced potatoes. Even the Mayor of Flavortown himself, Guy Fieri, approves of the spot.

Location: 658 NE Northlake Way, Seattle
Phone: 206-634-0183
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Bang Bang Cafe


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Two words: breakfast burritos. Everything you love on a plate wrapped up in one handy-dandy little package. Seriously, Bang Bang Cafe has truly banged the nail on the head with this one. You’ve got to eat here! Bang Bang is temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Location: 2460 Western Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-448-2233

Location: 4219 S Othello Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-420-3146
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Bounty Kitchen


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After some greasy breakfasts, it’s always nice to recharge with some fresh, local, and organic eats. At Bounty Kitchen, you can feel healthy and replenished with just about any dish. From gluten-free griddle cakes to a bounty granola bowl, there’s something to satisfy every belly.

Location: 7 Boston Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-695-2017

Location: 801 Lenora Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-602-6045
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Geraldine’s Counter


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Geraldine’s serves up breakfast as you remember. French toast, pancakes, oatmeal, omelets — have it all at the spot that only serves fresh food, including cage-free eggs.

Location: 4872 Rainier Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-420-1649
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