Of course, Seattle, a city renowned for coffee, would have an exceptional breakfast game. According to Condé Nast Traveler, Seattleites take their breakfast seriously. Whether they’re biting into a breakfast gyro, wood-fired bagel, or açai bowl, you can bet they’re enjoying the most important meal of the day with a cup of brew made from freshly roasted beans. Keep your team fueled with this list of the top 10 caterers making the best breakfast in Seattle.
1. Nate’s Wings and Waffles (E. Jefferson Street, Seattle)
If you order from this downtown spot for breakfast delivery in Seattle, you won’t have to choose between a sweet and savory breakfast. The famous bacon waffle is served with honey-rosemary butter and maple syrup. Pair this dish with a round of their always-crispy-on-the-outside and tender-on-the-inside chicken wings or strips for the ultimate morning indulgence.
2. Deli Shez Cafe (Blanchard Street, Seattle)
It’s no surprise a Greek restaurant serves gyros, but Deli Shez Cafe also puts an unexpected morning spin on a favorite sandwich. Their breakfast gyros with eggs arrive bursting with feta cheese, tzatziki, and your choice of thinly sliced gyro meat like beef, lamb or chicken. Or ease into the morning with delicious egg and feta breakfast sandwiches.
3. Capital D Cafe (15th Avenue, Seattle)
Look no further than this family-run cafe on Capitol Hill for some of the best breakfast delivery in Seattle. Order a box of their famous freshly brewed coffee to complement healthy options like assorted yogurts or platters heaped with fresh, seasonal fruit. The chewy bagels with cream cheese also always delight in the morning.
4. Pacific Northwest Catering (N. 135th Street, Seattle)
Start your day with a taste of local products from the Pacific Northwest, courtesy of chef and founder Matthew McKay. Orange juice, a seasonal fruit display, scrambled eggs with Tillamook cheddar cheese, breakfast sausage, Fletcher’s bacon, potatoes, and fresh-based scones and cinnamon rolls are all part of The Works catering package. Best of all, customers rave about the friendly staff that assists with set-up and ensures the coffee is always piping hot.
5. Honest Biscuits (Western Avenue, Seattle)
Founder Art Stone is a North Carolina native, so you know these biscuits have to be good. Located in Pike Place Market, these big fluffy biscuits are baked daily with local ingredients like Washington’s Shepherd’s Grain flour, Theo Chocolate, Beecher’s cheese, Bavarian Meats bacon, and local fruit for genuinely exceptional biscuits. Gluten-free versions are even available for those following a special diet.
6. Arista Catering (Dexter Avenue, Seattle)
For a breakfast spread guaranteed to impress, you have to try Arista Catering. Doing some of the best breakfast delivery in Seattle, this company prides itself on superb presentation. Catering packages, like Breakfast Reception, which includes seasonal fruit, mini muffins, croissants, assorted mini danishes, vegetarian mini quiches, and sausage wrapped in pastry puff, always offer something eclectic and a little out of the ordinary.
7. Verve Bowls (E. Pine Street, Seattle)
Known for some of the best breakfast in Seattle that happens to be both healthy and delicious, Verve Bowls makes creamy blends of frozen açai or pitaya mixed with fresh fruits and vegetables and topped with crunchy granola. The açai bowl bar makes breakfast interactive and comes with everything you need to build your own açai bowls, including assorted fruits and toppings like coconut flakes and bee pollen.
8. Katy’s Corner Cafe (E. Union Street, Seattle)
Customers rave about the cheesy fried ham breakfast sandwiches available from this neighborhood coffee shop but don’t overlook their bagel sandwiches, either. The veggie bagels, in particular, are stuffed with crisp cucumbers, fresh lettuce, tomatoes, onions, hummus, and cream cheese. They’re the perfect complement to an order of Katy’s locally roasted coffee.
9. DeliNoMore (5th Avenue, Seattle)
This downtown deli strives to take breakfast to the next level with surprising picks like crispy pork loin served with scrambled eggs, roasted potatoes, toast, and honey mustard, or veggie breakfast sandwiches with grilled zucchini, onions, mushrooms, cheese, and eggs. It’s also a go-to pick for fluffy buttermilk or blueberry pancakes served with bacon or sausage.
10. Eltana (Stone Way, Seattle)
Find wood-fired bagels in the heart of Seattle at this favorite breakfast shop. You can’t go wrong with the lox platter that includes your choice of bagels, cream cheese, capers, marinated onions, and cucumbers. Unexpected items like za’atar-scallion cream cheese, date-walnut cream cheese, and harissa hummus put an unanticipated Mediterranean spin on the everyday bagel.
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