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11 Cheesy Seattle Spots That Prove Pizza Is Really a Brunch Food

It goes beyond just putting an egg on it

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An Everything Bagel slice with smoked salmon from Breezy Town Pizza.
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Pizza and brunch seem to be universally beloved — and when the two combine forces, there’s simply no stopping them. From upscale breakfast pies topped with soft eggs and smoked prosciutto to a family-friendly drag show serving up Quiche-za, these local restaurants are the current staples when one needs a slice that goes best with mimosas early in the day. If you think we missed a spot, send us a tip.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Stoneburner

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5214 Ballard Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98107
(206) 695-2051
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A fine dining restaurant with antique charm on the ground floor of the Hotel Ballard, chef and owner Jason Stoneburner has two pizza options on the brunch menu: a simple pie with potatoes, eggs, and house-made bacon, and another with fennel sausage, chanterelles, two eggs, and fontina fonduta. Other favorites include the huckleberry ricotta coffee cake, Turkish eggs, and a whole bunch of elegantly-crafted punches and fizzes.

2. Fiasco

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3400 Stone Way N
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 737-8743
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This casual, contemporary space in Fremont offers four delectable brunch pies, including the Wakey, Wakey, Eggs n’ Bakey (with bacon, scrambled eggs, mozzarella, and fontina) and a smoked salmon option. There’s also a calzone called “The Cure,” with scrambled egg, Italian sausage, a three-cheese blend, and a side of shakshuka sauce. Best washed down with blood orange mimosas or any of the wines available on an extensive list from neighboring Claret.

3. Bruciato

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236 Winslow Way E
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
(206) 201-3462
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What started as a pop-up by star Bainbridge Island chef Brendan McGill became a spacious, beautiful spot for creative Neapolitan-style pizzas. Options like the dateri e prosciutto (a blistered pizza topped with dates, mozzarella, grana padano, basil, prosciutto, and balsamic), or the cipolla (a pie covered in sweet onions, leeks, and wildflower honey) are rich and satisfying. The antipasti dishes and a bar focused on Italian spirits round out a nice daytime treat.

4. Serious Pie and Biscuit

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401 Westlake Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109
(206) 436-0050
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The second Serious Pie outpost in South Lake Union from celebrated restaurateur, Tom Douglas, opened in 2011 with the added bonus of buttery biscuits and a weekend brunch menu. There’s an excellent breakfast pizza with soft eggs, smoked prosciutto, arugula, and pecorino romano, plus a separate menu of buttermilk biscuit sandwiches (all savory but one: house peanut butter, banana and honey), and baked egg skillets often topped with fresh ingredients from a farm in Prosser, WA.

5. Plum Bistro

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1429 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
(206) 838-5333
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Capitol Hill’s popular upscale vegan destination serves classics like a tofu scramble and a bistro breakfast sandwich at brunch, but it also features a Veggie Monster Pizza that lives up to its name. Topped with marinara and pesto, peppers, mushrooms, onions, cheese, broccoli, fresh basil, parsley and ribboned kale, this pie sounds more like a salad — but the ingredients blend well to create a flavorful comfort pizza that feels both healthy and indulgent.

A pizza at Plum Bistro topped with loads of different vegetables, including mushrooms, peppers, and broccoli.
Plum Bistro’s Veggie Monster.
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6. Central Pizza

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2901 S Jackson St
Seattle, WA 98144
(206) 602-6333
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This bright, quirky Central District neighborhood pizzeria-within-an-old-pizzeria offers The Hangover pie for both your brunch and hangover needs: egg, house-made sausage, potatoes, and mozzarella on an olive oil base. It also has grinders and six vegetarian pies, including one with sun-dried tomatoes, pine nuts, goat cheese, and mozzarella on a pesto base. And a decadent Cuban sandwich pie makes an appearance from time to time on the menu.

7. Humble Pie

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525 Rainier Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144
(206) 329-5133
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With a focus on sustainably-sourced ingredients (some vegetables are grown on-site), this eco-conscious pizzeria in Rainier Beach has a handful of pizzas just right for brunch. The pie with apples, bacon, Beecher’s flagship cheese and mozzarella creates a nice balance between sweet and savory, while the Whole Hog pizza earns its name with toppings like pulled pork, prosciutto, and bacon. Any of their pies can be made with vegan cheese.

8. Mioposto

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2139 California Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98116
(206) 466-2677
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Brunch is served at all four of Mioposto’s warm, family-friendly restaurants (including Mount Baker, Bryant, Mercer Island, in addition to this one). And at the top of that menu is the bacon and egg breakfast pizza: house-made tutto calabria sauce made in-house, pancetta, mozzarella, and two eggs sunny side up. There’s also a classic shakshuka, and a giant breakfast stromboli, for some other hearty options.

9. Breezy Town Pizza

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4864 Beacon Ave S
Seattle, WA 98108
(312) 884-9527
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Sibling to Phinney Ridge’s massively popular Windy City Pie, this pizza counter located within the Clock-Out Lounge on Beacon Hill serves up 12-inch deep dish options with a caramelized cheese edge on a house-made sourdough. Brunch pizzas are currently available once a month at an all-ages drag show aptly called The Breakfast Club, and include the Quiche-za (a fluffy quiche pizza made with Wisconsin brick cheese), and the Everything Bagel pie, topped with cream cheese, smoked salmon, and capers.

10. Resonate Brewery and Pizzeria

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5606 119th Ave SE
Bellevue, WA 98006
(425) 644-3164
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Craft beer and Roman-style pizza are consistent at this kid-friendly Bellevue brewery. In addition to great happy hour specials — such baked polenta, plus a choice of savory toppings for $5 — and the broad selection of brews, it makes a classic Morning Glory pizza: prosciutto, mozzarella, eggs, and arugula. Sides that may go well with the pie include a selection of hearty salads, fresh-baked breadsticks, and meatballs.

A closeup of the Morning Glory pizza at Resonate Brewery and Pizzeria, with prosciutto, mozzarella, and arugula.
The Morning Glory, with prosciutto, mozzarella, and arugula.
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11. Proletariat

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9622-A 16th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98106
(206) 432-9765
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This casual, kid-friendly restaurant boasts “pizza that made White Center famous.” Its full menu of pizzas are available during brunch time, but the ham and egg pie (made with Zoe’s prosciutto, soft egg, and organic arugula), and the potato version (topped with thinly-sliced potato, gorgonzola, and chives) stand out as particularly strong choices for an early day meal. Gluten-free crusts are available for an extra $5.

1. Stoneburner

5214 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107

A fine dining restaurant with antique charm on the ground floor of the Hotel Ballard, chef and owner Jason Stoneburner has two pizza options on the brunch menu: a simple pie with potatoes, eggs, and house-made bacon, and another with fennel sausage, chanterelles, two eggs, and fontina fonduta. Other favorites include the huckleberry ricotta coffee cake, Turkish eggs, and a whole bunch of elegantly-crafted punches and fizzes.

5214 Ballard Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98107

2. Fiasco

3400 Stone Way N, Seattle, WA 98103

This casual, contemporary space in Fremont offers four delectable brunch pies, including the Wakey, Wakey, Eggs n’ Bakey (with bacon, scrambled eggs, mozzarella, and fontina) and a smoked salmon option. There’s also a calzone called “The Cure,” with scrambled egg, Italian sausage, a three-cheese blend, and a side of shakshuka sauce. Best washed down with blood orange mimosas or any of the wines available on an extensive list from neighboring Claret.

3400 Stone Way N
Seattle, WA 98103

3. Bruciato

236 Winslow Way E, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

What started as a pop-up by star Bainbridge Island chef Brendan McGill became a spacious, beautiful spot for creative Neapolitan-style pizzas. Options like the dateri e prosciutto (a blistered pizza topped with dates, mozzarella, grana padano, basil, prosciutto, and balsamic), or the cipolla (a pie covered in sweet onions, leeks, and wildflower honey) are rich and satisfying. The antipasti dishes and a bar focused on Italian spirits round out a nice daytime treat.

236 Winslow Way E
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

4. Serious Pie and Biscuit

401 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

The second Serious Pie outpost in South Lake Union from celebrated restaurateur, Tom Douglas, opened in 2011 with the added bonus of buttery biscuits and a weekend brunch menu. There’s an excellent breakfast pizza with soft eggs, smoked prosciutto, arugula, and pecorino romano, plus a separate menu of buttermilk biscuit sandwiches (all savory but one: house peanut butter, banana and honey), and baked egg skillets often topped with fresh ingredients from a farm in Prosser, WA.

401 Westlake Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109

5. Plum Bistro

1429 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122
A pizza at Plum Bistro topped with loads of different vegetables, including mushrooms, peppers, and broccoli.
Plum Bistro’s Veggie Monster.
Happy Cow

Capitol Hill’s popular upscale vegan destination serves classics like a tofu scramble and a bistro breakfast sandwich at brunch, but it also features a Veggie Monster Pizza that lives up to its name. Topped with marinara and pesto, peppers, mushrooms, onions, cheese, broccoli, fresh basil, parsley and ribboned kale, this pie sounds more like a salad — but the ingredients blend well to create a flavorful comfort pizza that feels both healthy and indulgent.

1429 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122

6. Central Pizza

2901 S Jackson St, Seattle, WA 98144

This bright, quirky Central District neighborhood pizzeria-within-an-old-pizzeria offers The Hangover pie for both your brunch and hangover needs: egg, house-made sausage, potatoes, and mozzarella on an olive oil base. It also has grinders and six vegetarian pies, including one with sun-dried tomatoes, pine nuts, goat cheese, and mozzarella on a pesto base. And a decadent Cuban sandwich pie makes an appearance from time to time on the menu.

2901 S Jackson St
Seattle, WA 98144

7. Humble Pie

525 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144

With a focus on sustainably-sourced ingredients (some vegetables are grown on-site), this eco-conscious pizzeria in Rainier Beach has a handful of pizzas just right for brunch. The pie with apples, bacon, Beecher’s flagship cheese and mozzarella creates a nice balance between sweet and savory, while the Whole Hog pizza earns its name with toppings like pulled pork, prosciutto, and bacon. Any of their pies can be made with vegan cheese.

525 Rainier Ave S
Seattle, WA 98144

8. Mioposto

2139 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116

Brunch is served at all four of Mioposto’s warm, family-friendly restaurants (including Mount Baker, Bryant, Mercer Island, in addition to this one). And at the top of that menu is the bacon and egg breakfast pizza: house-made tutto calabria sauce made in-house, pancetta, mozzarella, and two eggs sunny side up. There’s also a classic shakshuka, and a giant breakfast stromboli, for some other hearty options.

2139 California Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98116

9. Breezy Town Pizza

4864 Beacon Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108

Sibling to Phinney Ridge’s massively popular Windy City Pie, this pizza counter located within the Clock-Out Lounge on Beacon Hill serves up 12-inch deep dish options with a caramelized cheese edge on a house-made sourdough. Brunch pizzas are currently available once a month at an all-ages drag show aptly called The Breakfast Club, and include the Quiche-za (a fluffy quiche pizza made with Wisconsin brick cheese), and the Everything Bagel pie, topped with cream cheese, smoked salmon, and capers.

4864 Beacon Ave S
Seattle, WA 98108

10. Resonate Brewery and Pizzeria

5606 119th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA 98006
A closeup of the Morning Glory pizza at Resonate Brewery and Pizzeria, with prosciutto, mozzarella, and arugula.
The Morning Glory, with prosciutto, mozzarella, and arugula.
Resonate Brewery and Pizzeria/Official

Craft beer and Roman-style pizza are consistent at this kid-friendly Bellevue brewery. In addition to great happy hour specials — such baked polenta, plus a choice of savory toppings for $5 — and the broad selection of brews, it makes a classic Morning Glory pizza: prosciutto, mozzarella, eggs, and arugula. Sides that may go well with the pie include a selection of hearty salads, fresh-baked breadsticks, and meatballs.

5606 119th Ave SE
Bellevue, WA 98006

11. Proletariat

9622-A 16th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98106

This casual, kid-friendly restaurant boasts “pizza that made White Center famous.” Its full menu of pizzas are available during brunch time, but the ham and egg pie (made with Zoe’s prosciutto, soft egg, and organic arugula), and the potato version (topped with thinly-sliced potato, gorgonzola, and chives) stand out as particularly strong choices for an early day meal. Gluten-free crusts are available for an extra $5.

9622-A 16th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98106

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