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Find your most important meal of the day on Voice Places. Breakfast spots in Seattle are easy to locate in our searchable restaurant listings. And when it comes to restaurant reviews from professional critics and local diners, we never waffle.

Breakfast in Seattle

  • Beth's Cafe
    7 reviews
    7311 Aurora Ave. N. | Greenwood & Phinney Ridge

    Beth's is the archetypal greasy spoon--a Peter Pan restaurant that opened in 1954 and never grew up. Nearly sixty years in business means that, if you've got some generational history in the area,... More on Beth's Cafe »

  • Maltby Cafe
    3 reviews
    8809 Maltby | Washington State

    Be ready for a long wait for a great breakfast. Though it's located in the basement of the old Maltby School gym, the Cafe couldn't feel less institutional. No doubt the kids who ate here when the... More on Maltby Cafe »

  • Portage Bay Cafe
    2 reviews
    4130 Roosevelt Way N.E. | University District

    There's something about this spot in the U District that makes it feel as if the sun's always shining. Maybe it's the expansive topping bar that lets you put the final touches on your breakfast... More on Portage Bay Cafe »

  • Original Pancake House
    1 review
    8037 15th Ave. N.W. | Ballard

    The best of the pancake mega-chains, Original Pancake House (founded in Portland in 1953) has built its empire on a Dutch baby, a baked pancake as big as a dinner plate, with crisp 4-inch-high... More on Original Pancake House »

  • Alexa's Cafe & Catering
    1 review
    10115 Main St. | Bothell

    Alexa's is the kind of down-home community cafe that can anchor a small downtown. Menu standouts: fluffy lemon poppy-seed pancakes and country-style breakfasts like Eggs Benedict, or the Calico... More on Alexa's Cafe & Catering »

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  • Ludi's
    1 review
    200 Pike St. | Downtown

    Located underneath a large cement parking garage a block from Pike Place, Ludi's is easily identified by a vertical sign with bold green lettering. During lunch, construction workers wolf down hot... More on Ludi's »

  • Hangar Cafe
    1 review
    6261 13th Ave. S. | Georgetown

    In a nondescript house located on the edge of Georgetown sits the Hangar Cafe. It exists, and therefore the person or persons behind it win. Why? Because of the simplicity of the concept: make... More on Hangar Cafe »

  • The Dish
    1 review
    4358 Leary Way N.W. | Fremont

    Why do breakfast eaters descend in droves on The Dish, a modest cafe situated in the nondescript zone between Ballard and Fremont? Because the ingredients are top quality, everything's served in... More on The Dish »

  • Hudson
    1 review
    5000 E. Marginal Way S. | SoDo

    Neither Tom of Finland nor Charles Bukowski would feel out of place at this handsome, out-of-the-way diner, though both would probably have found Hudson on the classy side. The menus update... More on Hudson »

  • Ravenna Varsity Restaurant
    2300 N.E. 65th St. | Ravenna & Wedgwood

    Ravenna Varsity has its priorities down. The waitress pours coffee the minute you sit down, and then the rest follows: a menu devoid of nouveau grits but stocked with standards such as plate-size... More on Ravenna Varsity Restaurant »

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