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Couzin's Cafe
12861 NE 85th St, Kirkland, WA 98033
Couzin's Cafe is a family-owned, country-style restaurant serving a variety of breakfast and lunch favorites. TheMore breakfast menu features six different kinds of omelets and nine varieties of pancakes, in addition to waffles, French toast and scrambles. Lunch, served from 11am to 3pm, offers an extensive selection of sandwiches, salads and burgers. Newspapers are available for purchase in front of the restaurant.
Shari's of Totem Lake
12207 NE 116th St, Kirkland, WA 98034
This Shari's location is open around the clock to accommodates all your late-night or early-morning cravings. TheMore interior features country-style decor, ample seating and a separate breakfast bar for solo diners. The restaurant offers $3.99 breakfast specials until 11am on weekdays.
Subway Restaurant
13501 100th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA 98034
It's nice to have a breakfast or lunch alternative that's good and good for you. At Subway, the breakfast menu includesMore egg-white sandwiches with different cheese and meat options, so you can choose to keep the calories and fat to a minimum.The same goes for lunch and dinner, when options include deli-style sandwiches with less than 6 grams of fat.
12106 NE 124th St, Kirkland, WA 98034

This Denny's restaurant on Northeast 124th St. offers the breakfast favorites and round-the-clock comfort food thatMore characterize the diner-style chain. Its interior is clean and spacious and provides a breakfast counter. 

A separate lounge area offers a full bar and happy hour discounts, from 3 to 7pm. Beer specials are also available during Seahawks and Husky football games. In addition, AARP members receive a 20 percent discount here.

Subway Restaurant
6509 132nd Ave NE, Kirkland, WA 98033
This Subway Restaurant is located in the very busy Bridle Trails Shopping Center of Kirkland. It have always servedMore almost endless varieties of sandwiches and accompaniments, but it have now added breakfast offerings to the extensive menu. All menu items are available for dining in or take-out. Subway always has some "specials" going on - making it very affordable to eat there for the whole family. 
Hectors Restaurant
112 Lake St, Kirkland, WA 98033
Hector's has been Kirkland's neighborhood restaurant since 1975, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, late-night diners andMore weekend brunch. Mondays and Fridays boast unusually long happy hours. The menu has something for everyone with cuisine from just about everywhere. Try the weekend-only cinnamon rolls, freshly baked and only available until they run out. The bar is a great place to catch a Seahawks game when they play on a Sunday.
Kirkland Brown Bag Cafe
12217 NE 116th St, Kirkland, WA 98034
The Kirkland Brown Bag Cafe, in business since 1994, is the last remaining location of a local group of family-ownedMore restaurants that started in Carnation in 1979. The Kirkland restaurant, located seconds from I-405, offers a full menu of omelets, sandwiches and other breakfast and lunch favorites. A "Lighter Fares" section features smaller portions for not-so-hungry diners. Kirkland Brown Bag also offers weekly specials -- check out the website for details.
Original Pancake House
130 Parkplace Ctr, Kirkland, WA 98033
The Original Pancake House serves breakfast comfort food in a spacious, country-style dining room. The menu features 14More different varieties of pancakes, in addition to a wide selection of waffles, crepes and egg dishes. The restaurant's call-ahead service allows customers to phone in a table request up to one hour in advance on weekends.
George's Place
108 Kirkland Ave, Kirkland, WA 98033
George's Place is one of the few time-tested Kirkland dining establishments, serving customers since 1976. George andMore family hail from Greece, bringing Mediterranean flavors to the table for breakfast, lunch and dinner. George's son Pete and long-time friend Derek are carrying the business into the next generation. On Thursday's, George's Place welcomes local bands to play in the bar section of the restaurant. Patrons come for the music and the Gyro Pita, but especially for the Olympic Omelet studded with kalamata olives, pepperoncinis and gyro meat topped in a tzatziki sauce.
Kirkland Eagles #2681
258 Central Way, Kirkland, WA 98033

The Kirkland Fraternal Order of Eagles is a private club, part of a national network. The focus is on communityMore service and fun. Many local charities benefit from the fund-raising efforts, including the Boys and Girls Club, Fred Hutchison Cancer Center and Hope Link.

The lounge is open in the evenings, and the restaurant is open Fridays and during special events such as the Saint Patrick's Day party. Fundraiser breakfast and dinners as well as other events are held throughout the year.

To join, you must have a sponsor. There are two sides of membership: the full voting or the non-voting auxilary option. Please call for details on membership.

Wilde Rover Irish Pub & Restaurant
111 Central Way, Kirkland, WA 98033
A popular hang-out for Kirkland residents, Wilde Rover is the place to be for a frothy pint, some hearty grub and greatMore company. The extensive menu features traditional Irish/English pub fare like shepherd's pie, bangers and mash and lamb stew as well as breakfast options from 11am - 3pm daily. Two spacious banquet rooms are available for private events of up to 75 people. And, for those in the mood for live music, Wilde Rover has an answer six nights a week. There is also trivia night Wednesdays at 9pm for local brainiacs to flex their muscle. Come in during happy hour (4pm - 6pm and 10pm - midnight) for some $3 - $5 appetizers and enjoy a spectacular view of Moss Bay.