Schwartz Brothers Restaurants Offer Bountiful Brunch Menus this Easter

Chandler’s Crabhouse, Daniel’s Broiler and Spazzo Italian Grill Present Custom Holiday Meals


Schwartz Brothers Restaurants invites guests to celebrate Easter with specialty brunch menus on Sunday, March 31st. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., customers at Chandler’s Crabhouse and Daniel’s Broiler can enjoy waterfront views and handcrafted entrees from Easter menus, featuring classic brunch dishes with Pacific Northwest flair. Guests at Spazzo Italian Grill can choose from several Easter selections, along with the regular menu throughout the day.

“The specialty Easter menus combine traditional brunch items with the season’s freshest ingredients, offering options the whole family will love,” said Lindsey Schwartz, president and CEO of Schwartz Brothers Restaurants. “Easter is a celebratory day, and we hope to enhance that feeling by providing exceptional service and food with an unmatched view.”

Daniel’s Broiler locations in Bellevue and Lake Union will offer a two-course Easter brunch menu that showcases tastes of the Pacific Northwest, including:

Starter

Choice of:
Fresh Strawberries (Devonshire cream), Special Mixed Greens Salad (bay shrimp) or Daniel’s Northwest-Style Clam Chowder

Entrée

Choice of:
Traditional Eggs Benedict, Scrambled Eggs (lox and sweet onions), Dungeness Crab Omelette (mushrooms, onions, Gruyère cheese), Alaskan King Salmon (broiled and served with artichoke and Gruyère quiche) or Lobster Club Salad (crisp greens, avocado, tomato, bacon, spiced pecans and club dressing)

*USDA Prime steaks are available for substitution at an additional charge

Chandler’s Crabhouse, located on Lake Union, offers a holiday brunch at one of Seattle’s most iconic waterfront locations and features:


Starter

Choice of:
Fresh Strawberries (honey yogurt), Mixed Greens Salad (bay shrimp), Whiskey Dungeness Crab Soup or Chandler’s Clam Chowder

Entrée

Choice of:

Dungeness Crab Cake, Classic Eggs Benedict, Vegetarian Omelette, Dungeness Crab Omelette, Spring Lamb Stew (Yukon gold potatoes, sunny-side-up egg), Market House Corned Beef Hash (poached eggs and chili hollandaise), Broiled King Salmon Filet, Broiled Alaskan Halibut Filet or Dungeness Crab and Bay Shrimp Louie

Each Daniel’s Broiler and Chandler’s Crabhouse Easter brunch meal is accompanied by Schwartz Brothers Bakery Coffee Cake. Cost is $38 per adult at Daniel’s Broiler locations in Bellevue and Lake Union and $30 per adult at Chandler’s Crabhouse. Children’s menus, for ages six to 10, are available for $10 and include French toast, scrambled eggs and bacon; children five years old and younger are free. Daniel’s Broiler-Leschi will serve its regular brunch menu from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Spazzo Italian Grill will feature several Easter items in addition to its regular menu. Guests can choose from Lamb Chops, spice-crusted and served with rosemary mint yogurt Yukon Gold potatoes and red wine demi; Frittata with pancetta and mozzarella cheese, served with Spazzo home fries; and Quiche Florentine on an open-faced pastry crust with sautéed spinach and parmesan cheese, served with Spazzo home fries.

Reservations are recommended for Easter brunch and dinner and can be made at www.SchwartzBros.com.

About Schwartz Brothers Restaurants
Founded in 1970 by brothers Bill and John Schwartz, Schwartz Brothers Restaurants has been setting the standard in dining and catering excellence in the greater Puget Sound area. Today, the Bellevue-based company is run by the second generation Schwartz family, led by President Lindsey Schwartz, and prides itself on developing and growing unique restaurants where guests can experience great meals in distinctive atmospheres. Restaurants feature exclusively USDA Prime steaks, the finest and freshest seafood from around the world, superior service and unmatched views. The Schwartz Brothers restaurants include Chandler’s Crabhouse, Daniel’s Broiler, Spazzo Italian Grill and Wine Bar, Gretchen’s Shoebox Express, Schwartz Brothers Bakery and Daniel’s Catering. For more information, visit www.SchwartzBros.com.

Written by Charles

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