Ready. Set. BRUNCH! 5k Seattle - Brunch run
We take brunch seriously here in Seattle... so grab your friends and run, walk, or stroll your way to brunch heaven on Sunday, April 21 at Seattlemagazine's BRUNCH RUN!
Start with a run on a beautiful 5k course through Magnuson Park along Lake Washington. At the finish line awaits more than 15 local restaurants serving up brunch bites plus a boozy brunch garden complete with Bloody Marys, Mimosa bar, cold beer and more!
And this year we are doing Brunch Run - Easter Style! It's not Easter Sunday without brunch! Don't miss the added festive fun this year with Easter bunny photo opps, epic Easter basket raffle, adult Easter egg hunt and more (hint - the Easter eggs have drink tokens in them!)
Plus, support event beneficiary Northwest Harvest by entering to win the Brunch Run grand prize package made up of our favorite brunch and fitness items including fitness packages, restaurant gift cards, and more. One lucky winner will walk away with it all...and it could be you! All proceeds from raffle ticket sales will go to Northwest Harvest to honor the wonderful work they do in our community.
Tickets to Seattle magazine’s Brunch Run include...
>> All inclusive brunch bites from local brunch restaurants
>> Beautiful 5k race course through Magnuson Park along Lake Washington
>> Two tickets to the Boozy Brunch Garden featuring Bloody Marys, Mimosa bar, cold beer and more! Additional tickets for sale.
>> Awesome Brunch Run t-shirt
>> A super fun day with friends, food and your four legged friends!
Brunch Run is a 21+ event
Let's Get Social!
ACME Ice Cream
Blue Star Cafe & Pub
The Hangar Cafe
Buckley's Pubs Bloody Marys
Lil' Blu & Half Pint Mimosas
Seattle Pickle Co. Bloody Mary Shots
Packet Pickup Information
Registration packets can be picked up at Magnuson Park Hangar 30 on Saturday April 20th 3:00-6:00pm.
Race Day Schedule
8:00am: Registration & packet pick up open (complimentary gear check available until 12:00pm)
9:10am: Walk to start
9:20am: Pre-race warm up
9:30am: Race start
9:45am- 12:00pm: Post Race Bash: Brunch bites, Boozy Brunch Garden and race swag!
10:15am: Awards ceremony
12:00pm: Event concludes
Stretch it out and enjoy a pre-race warm up featuring Hot Feet Fitness!
Magnuson Park offers stunning views of Lake Washington. Our 5k (3.1mi) course is paved and flat, perfect for runners, walkers or your four legged friends!
April 21, 2019 – 8:00 a.m. check-in opens. 9:30 a.m. race start time
Magnuson Park - start and finish near play area and parking lot W6 on the North side of Magnuson Park. Run will continue around the fields, along the water and then back through kite hill.
Brunch Run is a 21+ event - must show valid ID to enter.
First aid is available at the race, as well as one water station along the race course.
Our run is dog-friendly, so bring along your waggin' friends!
Every runner will receive a timing chip on their bib so that you can time your pace if desired. Results will be released within 24 hours of the event.
Joining with a team of at least 8 people? Each runner can save $5 off their registration with a team discount code! Please contact email@example.com for team discount codes.
The Seattle magazine Brunch Run could not be possible without the help of our amazing volunteers. Every volunteer will receive a race t-shirt and access to race festivities. If you are interested in volunteering, please check out http://signup.com/go/AHztESt
Are you interested in bringing your company or organization to the Brunch Run? Get your brand in front of 1,000 health conscience brunch lovers. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for sponsorship opportunities.
Please contact email@example.com for questions regarding race details, volunteering or sponsorship opportunities.
From Interstate 5 you can exit at either N.E. 45th Street (Exit #169) or N.E. 65th Street (Exit #171).
From the N.E. 45th Street exit, go east on 45th, past the University of Washington, and down the 45th Street ramp. Continue east past University Village Shopping Center. Bear left and continue about 2 miles. You will pass Seattle Children’s Hospital and Sand Point Village/Princeton Avenue.
From the I-5 N.E. 65th Street exit, head east approximately four miles on 65th (stay on the arterial!) until you have crossed Sand Point Way N.E. into the N.E. 65th Street entrance to Warren G. Magnuson Park.
From Interstate 90 (I-90):
Take Interstate 5 north about and continue about 4.5 miles to Exit #169, NE 45th Street.
At the stoplight, turn right onto NE 45th Street and continue east about 1.5 miles, passing the University of Washington campus and heading down a steep hill.
At the bottom of the hill, turn left at the stoplight and continue east on NE 45th Street.
NE 45th Street will bear left and become Sand Point Way NE.
Continue on Sand Point Way NE about 2 miles, you will pass Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center and Sand Point Village/Princeton Avenue.
Northwest Harvest is Washington’s leading hunger relief agency – supporting a statewide network of 375 food banks, meal programs, and high-need schools. Focused on improving equity in our food system, Northwest Harvest believes everyone in Washington should have consistent access to nutritious food that nourishes the body, mind, and spirit.