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Shake it Up with Something New for the Best Brunch in Denver
With so many options to choose from in Denver, Colorado, it helps to know where to go for a memorable brunch experience. Just like any major city in the US, it’s challenging to narrow the list or get out of your comfort zone to try something new.
We’ve sifted through highly rated restaurants to give you the top five places to go for yummy Denver Sunday brunch. At least one is sure to catch your eye.
Humboldt Kitchen & Bar
The Humboldt Kitchen & Bar features a wide selection of traditional and specialty dishes in its menus, and the Sunday brunch menu is no exception!
Humboldt features traditional breakfast fare, like eggs any way, breakfast burritos, and French toast.
Notable Brunch Dishes
Notable brunch dishes start with Bacon-Wrapped Scallops, served with crispy potatoes. The Sweet Rib Hash combines butternut squash, braised rib meat, crispy potatoes, and caramelized onion, giving it a nice, sweet flavor and a touch of something special. Among the sides available for brunch are Crispy Brussels Sprouts, for just $6.00 extra with your meal – YUM!
It’s $9 for a Mimosa or Bloody Mary. But, hey, a pitcher of Bloody Mary goodness is just $20. Group outing, anyone?
Average entrée pricing – $15.00
Address – 1700 Humboldt St, Denver, CO 80218
Link to make a reservation – Humboldt Kitchen and Bar
(Link for carryout doesn’t take reservations)
Located in the heart of the city, The Lobby features incredible variations on Denver Sunday brunch dishes that are must-tries!
Diner favorites start with Bubba’s Benedict, which is anyone’s favorite. Bubba features English muffins, tater tots, and freshly poached eggs. The Morning Doobie (love the name!) is perfect for satisfying those cravings. It’s a breakfast burrito with scrambled eggs, tater tots, a mix of cheddar and Monterey jack cheese, and sausage. Or, you can take the veggie route with green chilis.
Reservations are strongly encouraged. However, the online reservation process is quick and painless. We’ve even got the link below.
Brunch per person – $10.00
Address – 2191 Arapahoe St, Denver, CO 80205
Link to make a reservation – The Lobby
Snooze, An AM Eatery
Snooze, An AM Eatery has plenty of options to choose from, so everyone has a great brunch experience. This popular dining spot is perfect for vegetarian or vegan diners, as plant-based options such as the Sweet Potato Hash, Beautiful Buddha Bowl, and the Bravocado Toast are meatless and delicious.
Pancakes, Eggs Benedict, and French Toast cover the basics. Sandwich options include the BLT-Riffic, built with sliced tomatoes, arugula, pistou aioli, and Tender Belly bacon. Then you’ve got Juan’s Breakfast Tacos and the Snooze Breakfast Burrito for a bit of Mexican flair.
Funky Monkey French Toast!
Our favorite? The Funky Monkey French Toast – brioche is replaced by banana bread. And, you can’t go wrong with white chocolate chips, caramel sauce, brûléed bananas, and whipped mascarpone!
Average entrée pricing – $20.00
Address- 2262 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80205
Link to make a reservation –Snooze, An AM Eatery
As the name implies, this fine brunch café is a Downtown Denver Sunday Brunch Spot, open at 1:30 PM. Syrup has individual breakfast and lunch menus, with quite a few starters, entrees, and sides in both menus.
The Breakfast Pizza is a popular item, and for a good reason. It’s Naan bread, pesto sauce, roasted red pepper, onion, and cheese, topped with an over-easy egg. Another yummy breakfast entrée is the Mile High Tower, which has scrambled eggs, smashed tater tots, maple bacon, and two more eggs topped with Syrup’s specialty country-style gravy.
OK – maybe it’s not diet food, but, c’mon, it’s brunch!
The lunch menu offers plenty of burgers, sandwiches, and side options.
Cocktails? Spiced coffee? Check, and check.
Brunch per person – $10.00
Address – – 999 18th St Ste 105, Denver, CO 80202
Link to make a reservation -Syrup Downtown
The Corner Office Restaurant + Martini Bar
The name paints a picture of what you’ll expect when you walk into the Corner Office. Martini Bar is in the title, so you can expect a full-service bar for Denver Sunday Brunch with a kick.
Starters include Granola Parfait, Devils on Horseback (dates with smoked bacon & spice), and Brussels Sprouts, all priced in the $10 range.
We know it’s brunch but consider the Office Burger anyway. It has stoneground mustard aioli, cheddar cheese, and grilled unions – more than enough to satisfy burger connoisseurs. You can always go the traditional route with standard breakfast fare, like pancakes or eggs. Martini and pancakes could be a bit of a stretch, though.
Average entrée pricing – $10.00
Address –1401 Curtis Street, Denver, CO 80202
Ready To Try A New Denver Sunday Brunch Spot?
Have we convinced you to try something new? These five picks just scratch the surface. You’ll find anything and everything for Denver Sunday brunch. We just happen to think that we’ve hit upon a few restaurants with a little something extra.
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Sit back and relax. OTL has you covered!