Breakfast

House-cured salmon toast from Mr. West in downtown Seattle

As with many things in Seattle’s culinary scene, we can probably credit chef Renee Erickson for convincing us that $10 is not too much to spend on toast

Did you spend your Saturday morning running through Magnuson Park? Or were you binge-watching Netflix in your fat pants?

Dig dinos at the Burke, try some pie on 3.14 and get your geek on

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Seattle magazine’s early-rising team of food experts tout their favorite spots for the most important meal of the day (and the weekend)

Booze of the Moment: Tequila

Skillet Diner may share a name with owner Josh Henderson’s popular Skillet Street Food Airstream, but the brick-and-mortar version has a personality all its own.

I’ve never been to Montreal, so I can’t tell you whether Eltana’s Montreal-style bagels are the real deal. But even if they’re not, these are great bagels.

What it is: Prickly pear cactus pads, also known as nopales (singular: nopal), are commonly consumed as a vegetable in Mexico and Central America.

For some folks who live within stumbling distance, Sunday mornings have become synonymous with inexpensive mimosas and heartily stuffed crêpes at Citizen.