Summer 2019 brings New breakfast, brunch options to Snoqualmie Valley

Summer 2019 is bringing new breakfast and brunch options to the upper Snoqualmie Valley. Well, at least on weekends.

In May the Salish Lodge announced that the Attic will now serve breakfast on Saturday and Sunday from 9:30am to 11am.

Photo: Salish Lodge Twitter feed.

Two downtown Snoqualmie businesses are also going after the Sunday brunch crowd: Heirloom Cookshop and Sigillo Cellars.

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Heirloom used to be closed on Sundays, but is now open from 9:30am – 2pm for brunch. (They’re also open for Saturday brunch.) You need to follow them on Facebook or Instagram to see what’s on the menu poster as it is ever-changing.

Sigillo Cellars will serve a few brunch/breakfast items from 11am – 2pm on Sundays, along with Mimosa flights. You can see the menu HERE.

If you’re looking to dine out for breakfast on weekdays in Snoqualmie, your options are limited. There are still only three restaurants open during the week for breakfast: the Black Dog Cafe (but only on Fridays), the Mt. Si Golf Course and the Salish Dining Room. (Note: Rio Bravito does offer breakfast items, but they do not open until 11am.)

You can find more weekday breakfast options by heading to Fall City to the Roadhouse Inn or to North Bend to Twede’s Cafe, North Bend Bar & Grill or Rio Bravo.

Once you hit the weekend in North Bend and Snoqualmie, the Riverbend Cafe, Little Si Restaurant and Lounge and Infusion Bar & Grill also serve breakfast.

[In addition to these table-service breakfast options, all coffee shops in the Snoqualmie Valley also offer breakfast items.]

If we forgot any local breakfast places it was not intentional and we welcome you to leave them in the comment section.

Photo: Heirloom Cookshop Facebook page
Photo: Sigillo Cellars Facebook page

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  • The Raging River in Fall City also serves great breakfasts, including what my dad says is the best
    Eggs Benedict he’s ever had.

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