We’ve got your guide to the best places for a fabulous breakfast around the state.
written by Cara Strickland
You’ll find this quirky breakfast and lunch spot in the Artworks Gallery on Orcas Island. Choose from an assortment of housemade pastries like the rhubarb scone, or choose a satisfying entrée like baked eggs in eggplant, zucchini
11 PT. LAWRENCE ROAD OLGA
WALLA WALLA BREAD COMPANY
The heavenly smells from this place will hit you a block away. All of the baked goods are made in house, including a deeply indulgent cinnamon roll. If you’re looking for something with a little protein, try a classic steak and eggs or corned beef hash with housemade brisket.
201 EAST MAIN STREET WALLA WALLA
THE WANDERING GOOSE
Heather Earnhardt’s North Carolina roots inspire this thirty-seat cafe
in North Capitol Hill. Try a biscuit sandwich—the Sawmill has gravy and fried chicken. No matter what you try, you’ll get it with a Southern twist.
403 15TH AVENUE EAST SEATTLE
This eclectic cafe always has a line outside on the weekends—once
you get inside, you’ll see why. Try the baked french toast from owner Celeste Shaw’s grandmother’s recipe and be sure to get some thick-cut bacon. Pro tip: go during the week toavoid long waits.
4237 SOUTH CHENEY SPOKANE ROAD SPOKANE