Post # 1
My wedding is on a Friday evening just North of Seattle. We were wanting to do a send-off brunch on Saturday morning, but not sure where we could do it that would accomodate a large group. I’m guesstimating about 40 people?
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rosehill Community Center
Portage Bay might work. You can rent out their spaces, and their brunch is the best ever, so that might be an option? Though it looks to be a little pricey…
Post # 4
Yeah, I checked with them and they can only host 30 people 🙁
Post # 5
Portage Bay is my favorite, too bad they don’t have room!
Check out Lola, Tulio, The 5 Spot, and Cactus. We did out RD at Cactus and it was awesome!
Post # 6
Blue Acres for a Saturday. They have parking available.
Post # 7
I’m a huge fan of Portage Cafe and Petite Toulouse! MMmmm! Dreaming about the shrimp and grits!
Post # 8
I agree with the others about The 5 Spot, great food. The Edgewater has a nice weekend brunch with a nice bay view.
Post # 9
I’m seconding the Edgewater Hotel’s restaurant. I believe the actual name of their restaurant is the Six Seven Restaurant. One of the best brunches DH and I have had to date. The view there really is amazing.
Post # 10
There is always Saltys on alki. If you want to spend a little less, Costas Opa in Fremont has a mezzanine and a really good dill Bloody Mary. Boat house has an additional room or maybe you can take over the entire restaurant since its so small. Joule also does brunch now but I am not sure how they could accommodate since they’re smaller too. But I think you could just do one long table. Also, check out Little Water Cantina. Amazing patio and they would one open to a private party even before they open, I’m sure. I also vote for six seven but I have only been in their small private room (max 20 people, is there another room?) but the dining room could accommodate one long table. Lastly, Maggie Bluff next to Palisades in Magnolia. Not fine dining but you could take over the patio and stare at the marina.