Best All-You-Can-Drink Specials In Seattle

August 22, 2014 3:52 PM

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Many Seattle restaurants and bars are known for their exceptional cuisine and drinks, made with ingredients harvested and manufactured right here in the Pacific Northwest. While Seattle is not inundated with all-you-can-drink specials or events, a few select venues offer bottomless and endless brunch drinks that can’t be beat, especially when it comes to quality, quantity and price.

Palisade Restaurant
Elliott Bay Marina
2601 W. Marina Place
Seattle, WA 98199
(206) 285-1000
www.palisaderestaurant.com

Seattle’s Palisade Restaurant sits right on the waterfront amidst the popular Elliott Bay Marina. This award-winning restaurant has received numerous accolades over the years, including “Best Historic Seattle Seafood Restaurant” and awards of excellence and distinction from Wine Spectator, Wine Enthusiast and the WA Wine Commission. Every Sunday, Palisade Restaurant offers its delicious city view brunch that includes endless mimosas for a flat cost of $10. The all-you-can-drink mimosa bar offers fresh, seasonal fruits, sparkling wines and house-made and fresh-squeezed juices including apple cider, pineapple ginger and tangerine chai. Brunch is served Sundays from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Paragon Restaurant And Bar
2125 Queen Anne Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98109
(206) 283-4548
www.paragonseattle.com

The Paragon Restaurant and Bar in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood offers a great brunch deal every Saturday and Sunday. When you purchase any food item during brunch, which is served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., you can enjoy bottomless mimosas with your meal for $16. Brunch menu items you can choose from include biscuits and gravy, breakfast burritos, eggs benedict, pancakes, grilled salmon BLTs or the Paragon burger, which is made with grilled Prairie Angus beef. Sunday brunch is especially popular with local sports fans during NFL season, as they can come down and catch the Seattle Seahawks games with their brunch meal and drinks.

Peso’s Kitchen And Lounge
605 Queen Anne Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98109
(206) 283-9353
www.pesoskitchenandlounge.com

Also located in the Queen Anne neighborhood, Peso’s Kitchen and Lounge offers what it calls “Seattle’s original breakfast happy hour,” which is a special brunch deal Tuesday through Friday, from 10 a.m. 12 p.m. Come in and order one of Peso’s delicious brunch entrees and get sangria by the carafe for just $19. Many of Peso’s breakfast items are only $7.50 and its satisfying sangria is available in the Spanish pomegranate variety, as well as a fusion of apple, pear and canela (cinnamon). Pair your carafe of sangria with Peso’s classic egg breakfast, huevos tacos, a Spanish omelette or the sweet cream cheese stuffed French toast.

Agrodolce Restaurant
709 N. 35th St.
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 547-9707
www.agrodolcerestaurant.net

The Agrodolce Restaurant is well known for its organic, Sicilian cuisine that is made with the finest handmade pastas and other sustainable ingredients harvested in the Pacific Northwest. Agrodolce is the third restaurant opened by the award-winning chef Maria Hines. The restaurant’s menu is inspired by Hines’ love for cuisine found in Italy and Sicily, much of which is popular along the Mediterranean coast. Make reservations for weekend brunch, Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Order popular entrees including zabba’s bomboloni, focaccia French toast or a wild mushroom omelette. Pair your brunch meal with the restaurant’s bottomless mimosas, made with sparkling wine and orange juice, for just $14.

Ma’ono Restaurant
4437 California Ave. S.W.
Seattle, WA 98116
(206) 935-1075
www.maono.springhillnorthwest.com

The Ma’ono Restaurant offers a brunch special that can’t be beat and includes bottomless mimosas for only $12. The restaurant’s motto is, “As long as you’re enjoying brunch, you’ll never see the bottom of your glass.” Weekend brunch is served on Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Choose from its city-famous fried chicken, the Ma‘ono saimin, the house-favorite corned beef hash or the Kassler ham Benedict. Reservations are suggested for weekend brunch hours.

Sue Gabel has been writing entertainment and travel-related articles in the greater Puget Sound/Seattle area since 1999. She writes about music, the Seattle scene and more. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.

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