No matter what your palate – savory, sweet, spicy or somewhere in between, we have three absolutely delicious places to bring your friends and family to in the greater Seattle area!

Beach Café – Kirkland

Brunch | 1170 Carillon Pt, Kirkland, WA 98033 |

Come for the gorgeous views, stay for the food. Beach Café in Kirkland is a casual dining waterfront restaurant on the shores of Lake Washington. Chef Brian Doherty has created an innovative seasonally influenced menu featuring daily seafood specials and signature dishes.  My brunch recommendations:

Woodmark Breakfast 
Two organic eggs, Applewood smoked bacon, pork sausage, hash browns, toast, butter and preserves

Traditional Eggs Benedict 
Two poached organic eggs, substitute Canadian bacon for extra crispy Applewood smoked bacon, English muffin, Hollandaise

Chocolate Croissant French Toast 
Wild strawberry, caramelized banana, pure maple syrup

Mimosas and Specialty Cocktails
The bartenders can make you just about anything you want!

TRACE Market – Seattle

Breakfast or Lunch | 1112 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 |

Located in the super chic and stylish W Seattle, TRACE Market is an artisanal, fast, local, and planet friendly food mecca, serving breakfast and lunch 7 days a week. The restaurant’s market-driven menus are inspired by the regional bounty of the Pacific Northwest and expertly crafted by Chef Ross Lewis. Offering dine-in, take-out and grab-and-go options, TRACE Market caters to the elevated taste of the modern guest and business traveler.  My breakfast recommendations:

Blazing Bagel Breakfast Sandwich
Jalapeno cheddar bagel, thick cut maple bacon, Tillamook cheddar cheese, over easy cage-free egg, tomato aioli

Avo Toast
Avocado, grilled corn relish, radicchio, sunnyside egg, chipotle lime crema, cilantro

Matcha coconut scone, fruit tart, cinnamon rolls and so much more

My lunch recommendations:

Mac & Cheese
Traditional mac & cheese served with short rib

Grilled Salmon
Corn purée, grilled asparagus, concasse tomato, balsamic vinegar

Woodblock – Redmond

Brunch | 16175 Cleveland St, Redmond, WA 98052 |

Tony and Carolyn Scott have lived and been very active in the Redmond community for 17 years. They met years ago while working at the Painted Table in Seattle and it was during this time that they first gained a deep understanding of hospitality. In 2015, they decided to pursue a long-held dream of creating a neighborhood spot with exceptional food and cocktails, plus a friendly staff. The restaurant is named Woodblock because of Tony and Carolyn’s love of woodblock art. Woodblock printing involves layers of color, much like the layers of flavor in food and cocktails that create a memorable meal. My brunch recommendations:

Woodblock Scratch Bloody Mary
Wheatly Vodka, woodblock house mix, fresh grated horseradish, celery salt, citrus, pickled veggies and olives

Woodblock Tacos
4 egg scramble, 3 corn tortillas, chorizo, peppers, pickled onion, cotija, cilantro and chipotle crema with a side of breakfast potatoes

Woodblock Benedict
Poached eggs with house-smoked pork belly, English muffin, hollandaise, side of breakfast potatoes

For a full visual tour of all three places, check out Episode 15 of the Lesley & Mishana Show!

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