Sage's Brunch House

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903 Rogers St NW
Olympia, WA 98502
(360) 352-1103

Breakfast, Coffeehouse/tea, Northwestern, Subs/Sandwiches
Credit Cards Accepted, Full Bar, Kid-Friendly
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Reviewed by: Brooke Guthrie

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Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday

Sage's is a neighborhood restaurant nestled between residential streets and lovely green trees, just steps from the Olympia Westside Co-op and the Garfield Nature Trail. It's definitely a local's locale; many folks walk or bike to the friendly restaurant, my family included. A unique, old-style establishment, the décor features predominantly local art. An old-fashioned bicycle rests on the roof above the door. The restaurant has limited outdoor seating, which is quite lovely on a summer's day as one can sit and watch the neighborhood go by.

Sage's is one of the dining destinations where we take out of town guests - and each time they return to town they ask to go back because they've been dreaming of the eggs Benedict or the blueberry pancake that covers an entire plate. It's no surprise that restaurant goers often have a chance to interact directly with Sage, the chef and owner; the restaurant has a small staff and sometimes she serves the tables.

One notable non-food feature at Sage's is the great selection of kid's toys. My son went straight for them when we walked through the door. There are plenty of trucks, books, coloring books, Lego's, magnet words and the like for young ones - great for keeping kids entertained until the food arrives.

The last time we went they were out of biscuits and gravy and also Loki, the chili-spiced mocha coffee concoction which is very good, but takes an extra five minutes to prepare. We ordered two beverages: my husband chose the Morning Glory which is Cava Brut champagne with sparkling lemonade, a dash of orange juice and a drop of grenadine. It is definitely different, but very good. I chose the Orange Sunrise - organic mango juice with Ozeki sake. Naturally, I preferred his, and he preferred mine, so we traded drinks and were happy.

We've been coming to Sage's for over two years now, and I don't think they've ever changed the menu. We've had a chance to try just about everything, and certainly have our favorites.

The Galactic Scramble is a miscellany, as they describe it, of vegetables, Portuguese sausage, eggs and cheese with a potato pancake and toast. The potato pancakes are seriously delicious and may have you basing your order on whether or not they come with the dish you want.

My favorite is the migas, a mix of red and ancho peppers, garlic, beans, corn tortillas, onions, eggs and Portuguese sausage garnished with pasilla pepper cream sauce, cilantro pesto with flour tortillas on the side. My husband chose the Beneficial Benedict - grilled smoked salmon with a garlic basil cream cheese and poached eggs on an English muffin drizzled with parsley oil and balsamic vinegar - with a salad and potato pancake riding shotgun. My husband and I actually traded our dishes halfway through so I could have the delicious-looking salad, and he could have much of my hearty meal.

Also on the menu is the vegetarian samosa filled with potato, cauliflower and sautéed veggies inside flour tortillas accented with a creamy garlic sauce and a salad. My mom has ordered this dish in the past and it didn't disappoint.

The wild Pacific salmon scramble uses smoked Alaskan line-caught salmon sautéed with onion and scallion and three eggs with a dollop of basil cream cheese, served with a potato pancake, salad and toast.

For the unadventurous, the Security Blanket Breakfast fits the "regular" bill with two eggs, a potato pancake, toast and choice of meat or vegetables.

Sage's is definitely a great stop for brunch or lunch. We often go right when it opens. By about 9:30 a.m. the place fills up.


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