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Where to Eat on Record Store Day; Best Bets for Easter Brunch

This week's top hits from Eater Seattle, Curbed's sibling bar, restaurant, and nightlife blog.

EATER MAPS— Hitting up independent shops like Easy Street, Sonic Boom, or Everyday Music on Record Store Day this Saturday? You're probably going to get hungry. Eater has a map of where to grab brunch, dinner, or drinks, including Skillet Diner, Prost!, and Spinasse.

BALLARD— Pastry chef Laura Pyles has baked in kitchens across Seattle, including Revel, Joule, and Book Bindery. Now, she's stepped out on her own to launch Parchment, a bakery pop-up inside Brimmer & Heeltap. Read the backstory before Parchment's next bake sale this weekend.

EASTER BRUNCH— Eater has a map of where to find Easter brunch around town this Sunday: Try a proper three-course brunch (with bottomless mimosas) at Tilth in Wallingford, pork belly hash at Bar Cotto on Capitol Hill, or the dessert bar at ART Restaurant downtown. Check out more brunch picks here.