Denver Brunch Guide
Whether you are planning an intimate affair with your family or just hanging it loose with friends while drinking a mimosa, you can never go wrong with these Sunday 2015 brunch restaurants in Denver.
Have a feast on Easter with the Pappadeaux Sunday Brunch buffet that includes favorites like eggs benedict, boiled shrimps, crawfish etouffe, gumbo, and bacons and sausages. Get made-to-order pancakes and waffles too. Enjoy the carving station featuring roast beef and glazed ham as well. All this while sipping a Bloody Mary or a Mimosa.
7520 E. Progress Place, Greenwood Village, CO 303.740.9449
Come over this Sunday at Dazzle Jazz and enjoy an eclectic mix of jazz and bossa nova from the Julie Monley and the Paris Takes Quartet. Of course, the main dish is still the dishes for this Sunday Brunch. Only the best ingredients are used in their weekly buffet of home-style comfort foods. Sip your afternoon away with unlimited Mimosas and Bloody Maries too. Brunch RSVP recommended.
930 Lincoln Street Denver, CO 303.839.5100
For a no frills kind of brunch, head over to Sam’s No. 3 to chill in a 50’s style diner. Voted as the top breakfast joint in Denver by Westword, it is easily one of the most popular diners in the 303. What to order? Well, that might take a while as they have a very extensive (like term-paper long) menu. But anything you order is a winner. I personally am all about Greek fare, but their classic Mexican and American choices are great as well.
435 S Cherry St., Glendale, CO 303.333.4403
15th & Curtis Downtown, CO303.534.1927
Parker & Havana, Aurora CO 303.751.0347
Great Mexican-influenced dishes while sipping Margaritas and enjoying the view of downtown from the restaurant patio. Oh, they have live music every Sunday as well. Definitely One of the best ways to spend Sunday brunch with your friends and/or family.
1575 Boulder St. Denver, CO 720.570.8686
Enjoy a bottomless Sunday Denver brunch that serves you small plates of Mexican inspired dishes by Chef Richard Sandoval plus free-flowing cocktails of every kind. Try the restaurant’s collection of over 100 types of Tequilas. It’s never too early to have your buzz.
1400 Larimer Street, In Larimer Square Denver, CO 720.946.1433
Enjoy award-winning brunch menus from multi-awarded Chef Jennifer Jasinski. Combine the great food with the ambience of this quaint, Parisian style joint and you might just have your location for your annual Sunday brunch tradition. Aside from their great menu, watch out for their Sunday specials as well.
1420 Larimer St. Denver, CO 303.825.3232
Relax and enjoy a Sunday pajama brunch right at the center of Cherry Creek North. Feast on traditional American fare that is focused on being comfort foods more than anything else. This restaurant gives off that friendly vibe while maintaining its high-class atmosphere. No wonder why it’s a favorite by both locals and travelers alike.
150 Clayton Lane Denver, CO 303.253.3000
Enjoy classic Northern Italian fares at this multi-level restaurant inside Hotel Monaco. The contemporary décor are very tasteful and actually complements the food being served. You can never go wrong with any of their pasta choices and they even have gluten-free options. They have a rich selection of fine wines as well. Might be a bit pricey but the food and the ambience is worth it.
909 17th Street at Champa, Denver, CO 303.296.3525