1. 12-Egg Omelet at Beth’s Cafe.

Packed with a whole carton’s worth of eggs, this protein-powered omelet will start to undo last night’s damage. You’ll probably start to feel better once you start seeing people who are just ending their night stumbling into the cafe.

2. Blueberry baguette French toast at Re:public.

If you’re craving sugar and carbs after a long night out, Re:public has you covered. This blueberry and frangelico custard covered French toast will give you the sugar high you need to get back in the game.

Thanks for spreading the word @jenerationy ! Where are you brunching this weekend?

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3. Fries at Dick’s Drive In.

These greasy, hand cut fries will soak the alcohol right up from last night’s shenanigans. There are multiple locations all over the city, so it doesn’t really matter who’s couch you ended up on.

Introducing my son to a Seattle culinary tradition… #dicksdrivein #bumbershoot

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4. Fried chicken at Ma’ono Fried Chicken and Whisky.

Crisp, fried chicken with gravy and maple syrup will make you forget whatever pain you’re in from last night. The bottomless mimosas don’t hurt either.

Whoah fried chicken. From @maonoseattle

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5. The Cure at Restaurant Roux.

This Southern-inspired dish is full of eggs, grits, creole home fries, and greasy bacon is the cure to your hangover. It’s also convenient that bar-filled 39th in Fremont is just a short stroll down from here in case you need the hair of the dog.

Hunger pains? #restaurantroux has "The Cure".

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6. Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict at Portage Bay Cafe.

Portage Bay is a great place to recap last night’s dance moves over coffee. Creamy eggs Benedict over smoked salmon and a toasted English muffin will put some nutrients back in your system.

Smoked salmon eggs benedict

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7. Latkes and Eggs at Roxy’s Diner.

This cozy, dimly-lit, self-proclaimed “NY Style Jewish diner” is sensitive to your pounding headache. Top these potato pancakes and eggs with some hot sauce to really awake your senses.

Night shift nurses know how do brunch…mimosas are the best sleep medicine. #nurselife

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8. Sprinkle Doughnut at Top Pot Doughnuts.

Come here when you wake up from your booze-induced slumber to grab a dozen fresh doughnuts. The Seahawks colored sprinkle ones are perfect for eating during the game and forgetting about your aching body.

#gohawks #donuts #glazed #cake #blueandgreen #seattle #seahawks #toppotdonuts

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9. The Energizer at Emerald City Smoothie.

This smoothie is packed with all the vitamins you need to restart your system in one cup. Add the “minerals” booster to round out this strawberry and banana smoothie.

10. Corned Beef Benedict at The 5-Point Cafe.

With a tagline of “alcoholics serving alcoholics since 1929,” this cafe is guaranteed to help your hangover. Conveniently open 24 hours a day so you can get your fix at any hour of the morning, try the corned beef Benedict with a pitcher of mimosa on the side.