OpenTable introduced a checklist of the “100 Finest Brunch Dining places Coast-to-Coast” just in time for Mother’s Working day.
And Washington has two of the top brunch places in the United States, according to the cafe reservation firm.
A new American cafe in Seattle and a steakhouse in Issaquah had been identified.
OpenTable ranked the major brunch places to eat by reviewing much more than 12.9 million verified diner reviews from March 1, 2021, to Feb. 28, 2022.
To be considered, a cafe required a minimal “overall score” that bundled diner rankings, consumer klout, the selection of assessments and its regional overall rating.
Then a restaurant was scored “according to the proportion of evaluations, for which ‘good for brunch’ was selected as a unique aspect.”
Sawyer — Seattle
The new American cafe nestled in the Ballard neighborhood in Seattle does not provide “your normal breakfast fare,” reviewers say.
Alternatively, reviewers say the menu is stuffed with brunch dishes that are artistic, one of a kind and tasty.
The cinnamon roll monkey bread with cream cheese frosting is a standout brunch item on Sawyer’s menu between OpenTable reviewers.
“The monkey bread is delectable,” one reviewer wrote.
“Best brunch I’ve potentially at any time experienced. The mimosas ended up champagne weighty, the monkey bread was sweet, and the steam buns are just best,” a further reviewer wrote.
Other dishes include a banana foster skillet pancake, shrimp and grits and a veggie hash.
Brunch is served on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
JaK’s Grill — Issaquah
This steakhouse known for its outstanding key rib by reviewers doesn’t just provide dinner.
JaK’s Grill in Issaquah also offers brunch every single Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
“If you take pleasure in supper (at) Jak’s I really encourage you to check out brunch,” a person OpenTable reviewer wrote.
Visitors can pick from an intensive brunch menu showcasing scrambled eggs, eggs Benedict, steak and eggs, biscuits and gravy and a lot more.
“The brunch alternatives are delightful, the beverages normally tasty and the services is impeccable,” one more reviewer wrote.
The neighborhood steakhouse also has two places in Seattle, including in Laurelhurst and West Seattle.
Issaquah is about 17 miles southeast of Seattle.