Pete’s Eggnest, also known as The Egg & Us, is a friendly family-owned restaurant specializing in cozy and comforting breakfast food!
This place is the best bang for your buck breakfast and brunch spot with aesthetic decoration and full of green plants.
Have you ever wondered what a morning in Athens feels like? The Athenian Greek Scramble will give you a taste of it.
This dish features succulent gyro meat, tangy Creek olives, sun-kissed tomatoes, fresh spinach, green onions, and feta cheese, all luxuriously topped with tzatziki and served with warm pita bread.
Start your day right with the Breakfast Burrito at Pete’s Eggnest. This one comes with fluffy scrambled eggs, melted cheddar cheese, creamy avocado, and your choice of ham, bacon, chorizo, or sausage links.
Their Philly Cheesesteak is another irresistible dish that features tender, thinly sliced beef topped with melted Swiss and American cheeses, sautéed onions, and a vibrant mix of green and red peppers.
What to order: Athenian Greek Scramble, Breakfast Buritto, Philly Cheesesteak
Sabine is part of the Weimann Maclise family of restaurants, which also counts among its collections Ballard’s Stoneburner and MacLeod’s hot spots.
Experience breakfast like never before with Sabine Cafe & Market’s remarkable signature sandwich. This star of a dish includes pastrami jam, luscious caramelized onion aioli, a perfectly fried farm egg, vibrant arugula, and all nestled within slices of delectable brioche.
The fried farm egg adds a velvety richness, while the peppery arugula brings a fresh and invigorating touch.
An all-time fav – the Avocado Toast with creamy and fresh avocado with some olive oil and seasoned with some flake salt. It is a must-try. Sometimes, this breakfast classic is all you need.
Sabine Cafe & Market’s Tahini Caesar is a refreshing spin on the classic salad, combining a vibrant mix of artisan lettuce, grana padano cheese, crispy chickpeas, and a zesty lime-tahini dressing.
What to order: Sabine Breakfast Sandwich, Avocado Toast, Tahini Caesar
Located in a beautiful 1904 Victorian building that housed the family business back in 1904, Hi-Spot has been a neighborhood institution for 31 years now.
To the locals, Hi Spot is an adorable gem in Madrona when it appears to be a home that was converted into a restaurant and it has that cozy, homey feel with a charming and alive atmosphere.
Everyone always asks for Green Eggs and Ham so make sure to check it out! The smooth and creamy scrambled egg is so tasty with some fries on the side and nicely toasted bread that gives a perfect crunch.
If you’re into Mexican flavor, try their Huevos a La Mexicana and be amazed by the combination of spices. The eggs are scrambled with bits of crispy tortilla and topped with cool sour cream and pico making every bite so worthy.
What to order: Green Eggs and Ham, Huevos a La Mexicana, Chorizo Scramble
This is one of the best breakfast places near Capitol Hill with outdoor patio seating. If you’re looking for a place where you’ll feel welcome while enjoying your breakfast, you can’t go wrong with Lost Lake Café.
You’ll be greeted with smiles and a generally laid-back and warm atmosphere when you walk into this café. The café’s interior style gives you the impression that time has come to a standstill in the café.
Tired of plain cereal or that dry slice of toast you have for breakfast every day? Ask for some Philly Omelette and be ready to start your enjoyable day with an outstanding dish.
The thin slice of rib-eye steak is so juicy, tender, and flavorful combined with the umami sense from the mushroom and savory American cheese nestled in a creamy omelet.
If you’re in the mood for a hearty breakfast, try their absolute best Carnitas Breakfast Burrito. No way you can deny the tasty pulled pork with a buttery omelet, topped with salsa and sour cream.
What to order: Corned Beef Hash, Philly Omelette, Carnitas Breakfast Burrito
We promise you won’t leave this place without a smile. Konvene Coffee is definitely a labor full of love, warmth, and friendliness.
It’s a nice little coffee tucked away above the QFC (go into the QFC entrance then take the stairs or elevator up one floor- you’ll see it right there) that serves pleasantly flavorful dishes to light up your day.
The Egg Sandwiches with Sausage are always asked for since it is SO GOOD!
The housemade sausage is so fresh and tasty when it was spiced with all kinds of wonderful herbs that nicely balance the fatty grilled egg, white cheddar, and their absolute best aioli.
How can we forget the Burrito Bowl?
A masterpiece with so many flavors from savory to buttery taste, and even some heat to spice the dish up! Eggs are made to perfection with mama lil’s peppers, sweet shallots, and of course, white cheddar.
What to order: The Egg Sandwiches with Sausage, Burrito Bowl, Avocado Toast
Not just any waffle joint mind you, a queer and women-owned café that offers organic coffees, craft beers and ciders, and perhaps the most creative all-day breakfast menu in West Seattle, filled with new and unusual ways to serve and enjoy waffles.
With Bebop (formerly Admiral Bird Cafe) Corina has created a safe, respectful, and friendly space where everyone in the community can come to meet.
Maple Bacon Waffle is driving everyone insane.
Worth every sugary bite! The soft and buttery waffle is spread with butter and sweet maple syrup, topped with thick salty pieces of bacon spread throughout the waffle. A sweet and salty dream come true!
Think vegan breakfast is boring?
Well, their Breakfast Chili is going to change your mind forever. We would recommend this for a warm and filling meal any time of day. Topped with arugula, cheddar, dill dressing, and scrambled eggs, the dish was enjoyable and filling for a small bowl.
What to order: Maple Bacon Waffle, Breakfast Chili, Vegan Field Roast Waffle
Address: 2600 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116