Here are 10 excellent brunch spots in the Denver Metro Area:
300 E. Alameda Ave.
This bright and friendly brunch spot will wow you with their build-your-own omelettes and everything muffins. With generous portions and a litany of options to try, you won’t walk away hungry! See Menu >
141 S. Broadway
Making the perfect biscuit is a challenge and some would argue making the perfect biscuit at altitude is impossible. But the Denver Biscuit Company worked some magic and has perfected the biscuit. Stop in for a biscuit sandwich as big as your face! See Menu >
523 E. 17th Ave.
This Denver staple offers a homey weekend brunch. They say, ‘Eat at home at Steuben’s, feel at home at Steuben’s.’ Don’t leave without trying the chicken and waffles. For parties over 6, call for a reservation. See Menu >
2852 W. Bowles Ave.
Get a taste of cajun cooking without ever leaving town. Luciele’s brings New Orlean’s goodness right to Colorado! The first Lucile’s opened in 1980 in Littleton and you can now find them in Boulder, Denver, Fort Collins and Longmont. Order a serving of beignets and you’ll be smiling for days! See Menu >
52 W. Springer Dr.
Highlands Ranch, 80129
Instead of pounding the pavement looking for the perfect bloody mary, stop in to Urban Egg and build your own! In addition to delicious brunch staples, Urban Egg loves to give back to the community. They gave over $13,000 to local charities in 2105 alone! Enjoy your meal with a good conscience. See Menu >
16524 Keystone Blvd.
Find your second home at Stonegate Cafe. If you’re in the mood for a savory breakfast, grab a gyro… well at least the next best thing. The Greek omelette is full of gyro meat, feta cheese and veggies! See Menu >
Teller’s Taproom & Kitchen
1990 Youngfield St.
At Teller’s you can enjoy your weekend brunch with a side of beer. They offer a smaller menu to insure each dish is crafted to perfection. Choose from a variety of benedicts or feed your inner child with a bananas foster waffle! See Menu >
The Exchange Tavern
11940 Bradburn Blvd #100
Get fancy food without a fancy price. This Irish inspired tavern offers a weekend brunch that will blow you away! They take the sweet and savory combo to a new level with their pork belly eggs and waffle. See Menu >
Mateo Restaurant Provencal
1837 Pearl St.
Sit back, relax and enjoy a top notch brunch experience. The Provencal inspired dishes at Mateo will wow your palette. Since they use seasonal and local ingredients, the menu changes frequently. Currently you can enjoy a delicious croque madame, parmesan crusted ham with a fried egg. Once you eat here, you’ll have to go back for more. See Menu >
2180 S. Havana St.
Dozens offers traditional and simple brunch food designed to fill your stomach and warm your heart. Try a steak acclaim, a breakfast sandwich inspired by the classic Philly cheesesteak. You won’t need to eat for the rest of the day! See Menu >