Written by on February 28, 2015 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(burgundianbar.com) – Tangletown neighborhood, Seattle, Washington


How I heard of this place: While in search of a new (to us) brunch spot in which to enjoy a lazy Saturday morning with a good friend, our internet results included Burgundian.

Burgundian Inside

Type of cuisine: Comfort food served the Seattle way. “The Burgundian is the latest addition to the Brouwer’s and Bottleworks family. Located in the Tangletown area in Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood. The Burgundian offers 22 beers on tap and a select craft can and bottled beer selection. We have a wonderful collection of bourbons, tequilas and rum to choose from as well as unique craft cocktails. We also now offer espresso. We serve a full food menu with seasonal specials and all day breakfast. 21 and over only please.

Burgundian Bar

Ambiance: We walk up to the brick building and happen upon the establishment, unassuming and easy to miss.

Burgundian Dining

Inside, the modernity of concrete floors compliment the rustic, yet new wooden bar and sturdy tables.

Burgundian Dining & Bar

Decor reminiscent of an Old Wild West Saloon set in hipster vibes, barren trees giving the full experience of life in North Seattle.

Burgundian Dining Decor

What I ordered: My husband and our dining companion began with the endless House Drip Coffee ($2 each), served with cream and sweeteners/sugar. I opted for a Fonté Coffee Co. single shot decaf mocha ($4).

Burgundian Mocha

My main entree: The Biscuit Benedict ($12). I built my own Benedict on a Cheddar Herb Biscuit topped with a house-made cream cheese Hollandaise, and Breakfast Potatoes. My benedict included crispy ham and two poached eggs.

Burgundian Benedict

My husband was so excited to see chorizo on the menu, and selected the Papas con Chorizo ($12), potatoes, chorizo, three eggs scrambled and topped with pico de gallo & avocado, served with four warm corn tortillas and sour cream.

Burgundian Papas con Chorizo

Our dining companion shared a bite of her boneless Chicken & Waffles ($15), fried chicken, malt waffle, apple butter, sausage gravy & bourbon maple syrup.

Burgundian Chicken & Waffles

What I loved: Potatoes. Mocha. Mocha. Potatoes. Difficult decision between the two. However, the boneless, fried chicken was juicy and flavorful and may deserve a second sampling on our next visit.

Burgundian Benedict 2

Why I loved it: An easy spot in which to get a table on a Saturday morning for brunch, beautiful location near Greenlake for sunny, crisp walks on a February morning, satisfying food that comes in appropriate (not too big) portions.

Burgundian Trees

Cost: Average ($11 – $15 per brunch plate)

Burgundian Front Window

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