Ravish on Eastlake Introduces Weekend Brunch Menu

Seasonal Brunch Menu Highlights Light and Local Favorites

For Immediate Release
January 27, 2014

Seattle, WA—Ravish on Eastlake is pleased to announce that it is now serving brunch on Saturday and Sundays from 10 am to 2 pm. Unlike traditional restaurant brunches, which can be heavy, the new brunch menu at Ravish is light, lean, and reflective of our region’s outstanding local products and produce.


Ravish, which is located in Seattle’s Eastlake neighborhood just south of the University Bridge, has been opened since 2008 and is the offspring of Ravishing Radish Catering located around the corner on Lake Union. Working closely with her longtime staff, owner Lisbet Mielke crafted a brunch menu that evolves seasonally and highlights some of our region’s best ingredients in an unusual way. Mielke explains, “We wanted to create a different type of brunch menu which wasn’t as heavy as traditional offerings. We wanted to be able to tweak the dishes and continually create new and unusual combinations highlighting everything from local greens and our homegrown herbs from our rooftop garden to great artisan breads and our signature handcrafted cocktails.”

Monica Seward, the pastry/sous chef who creates the brunch menu each week, is particularly pleased with their twist on eggs benedict. While most renditions use bread as the base, Seward uses cooked kale as the foundation for the Ravish Eggs Benedict. It’s healthier without the carbs and easily marries with their house-smoked salmon or a Portobello mushroom and their signature house-made hollandaise sauce. Paired with Ravish’s Five Star Bloody Mary, rich with vegetable garnishes, the classic brunch dish offers indulgence without excess.

Mielke explains, “At brunch here at Ravish on Eastlake, you don’t have to commit to one massive brunch entrée, you can mix and match by sharing plates and little tastes of our seasonal and local specialties. You can then confidently walk out the door ready to take on your day without feeling overly stuffed & needing a nap due to overindulgence!”

Ravish on Eastlake: Where the best food & craft cocktails is deliciously and thoughtfully sourced! Located in Seattle’s Eastlake neighborhood just south of the University Bridge, Ravish on Eastlake has been opened since 2008 and is the offspring of Ravishing Radish Catering. Highlighting the bounty of the Pacific Northwest in shared plates of fresh, flavorful and seasonal comfort food, Ravish is open for dinner seven days a week. Weekend brunch from 10 am to 2 pm. Happy Hour and late night drink specials and bar food daily. Ravish on Eastlake, 2956 Eastlake Avenue, (206) 913-2497

For additional information contact:
Tamara Wilson
Tamara Wilson Public Relations

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