Easter Brunch at Bar Cotto

Chef Zach Chambers and the Bar Cotto gang are excited to put on a decadent, savory Easter Brunch on Sunday, April 20. The brunch menu will be available from 10am to 2pm, and includes rich seasonal dishes, a handful of pizzas from the Wood Stone ovens, and a couple perfect desserts. There are also four stellar springtime cocktails and specials on glasses of Prosecco and Lambrusco!

Here’s the menu:

Cocktails, $9 each:Amaro Royale
with Cardamaro, Casoni, grapefruit bitters, and Prosecco

Twilight in Parmawith gin, lime, rosemary, and Lambrusco

Giulebbe Pasquale (Easter Julep)with bourbon, Montenegro, Braulio, mint, honey, and lime

Cottontail Sourwith Pisco, lemon, lime, egg white, and lavender

Prosecco & Lambrusco $9/glass
Brunch
Mixed Salumi Board
with torta fritta $18

Escarole Saladwith toasted hazelnuts and mustard vinaigrette $8

Farro Saladwith asparagus, radish, pickled red onion, and a soft cooked egg $9

Mushroom Frittatawith roasted mushrooms, spring onion, thyme, and truffle oil $11

Stewed Corona Beans on Toastwith N’duja, tomato, sweet peppers, and a poached egg $12

Pork Belly Hashwith roasted fennel, Yukon gold potatoes, a poached egg, and fennel pollen $12

Creamy Polentawith braised beef, roasted garlic, and tomato $15

Pizzas:
Prosciutto Cottowith sage, leeks, fior di latte, and Yukon gold potatoes $15

Guanciale
with house cured guanciale, fior di latte, and an egg on top $16

Bianca
with fior di latte, red onion, thyme, and chili $14

Parmawith prosciutto di parma, arugula, fior di latte, and tomato $15

Dolci:
Torta fritta with nutella $6

Fruit Crispwalnut streusel, mascarpone gelato $8

Reservation are accepted and encouraged. Join Bar Cotto to celebrate Easter and toast to spring!

Bar Cotto, located at 1546 15th Avenue in Seattle’s Capitol Hill, was opened in February of 2013. This Parma-style salumi bar and pizzeria from chef Ethan Stowell has a strong focus on cocktails, including a selection of barrel-aged concoctions. The intimate 1,000 square-foot space features a chalkboard for the daily salumi selection and two Wood Stone pizza ovens as well as light washed woods, large front-facing windows, and a row of windows that open in to Anchovies & Olives. Bar Cotto is open seven days a week from 4pm – 11pm. Happy hour is daily from 4pm to 6pm. For reservations, call 206.838.8081 or visit www.ethanstowellrestaurants.com.

Photo credit to Bar Cotto

Written by Charles

Charles Koh founded EatSeattle, and has continued to use his expertise as editor-in-chief to guide the website’s growth over the last five years. Koh’s experience focuses on digital marketing and social media, and has been a part of several companies, some of which he created, specializing in both areas over the course of his career. Koh was previously with Google and Zagat where he helped expand and grow communities worldwide.

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