Where to Find the Best Denver Breakfast

  • March 2, 2017
  • Dining

Everyone needs breakfast! It gives you fuel for the day, serves a delicious and relaxed moment for catching up with friends and can be the perfect setting for business meetings—comfortable, yet productive. So why not kick off the morning, by having the best Denver breakfast, right on Larimer Square, The Mile High City’s most historic block.

 

Time for Brunch but no Time to Fly to France? You need Bistro Vendome

With classic French options, you will be delighted with one of the best Denver breakfasts for glamourous flavors on a brunch budget.

Croissants, jam and yogurts are available for the less-hungry, but those who wish to really dine can enjoy:

  • Moules: mussels, garlic, herbs and white wine
  • Oeufs Bénédicte: poached eggs, duck confit, English muffin, sauce maltaise, roasted carrots, Lyonnaise potatoes and dill crème fraîche
  • Salade Niçoise: seared albacore tuna, mixed greens, fingerling potatoes, haricot verts, tomatoes, boiled egg, olives, radish, torn herbs and a yogurt vinaigrette.

Their great wine list ensures the perfect pairing, like a dry provincial rosé with the Salade Niçoise.

 

Your Weekend Demanding Margaritas? You need Tamayo

Three words: Bottomless Margarita Brunch. For two hours, you and your table can enjoy all the small plates and brunch cocktails you desire.

Huevos rancheros? Done.

Churros? Done.

Tamayo Benedict? Done.

Just think about enjoying: a mango mimosa while chatting with friends, and the enfrijoladas featuring, egg enchilada, queso panela, pickled chile, black bean puree and crema fresca.

 

Seeking Unique Combinations Sure to Delight? You need Rioja

Ready to enjoy the flavors by Jennifer Jasinksi, a James Beard recognized chef for breakfast? Begin your meal with a Euro Spritz a delicious cocktail made with Aperol, St. Germaine, mint, lime and cava.

For your entrée try, The Lobster-Red Jewel Yam Bisque. Or sample the Sweet Potato Hash with blackened pork belly, poblano peppers, red onions and sunny side up eggs.

Ready for lunch? Choose the Colorado Lamb Burger or the Harissa-Clam Linguine. The combinations are worthy of a slow morning enjoyed with friends or out-of-town guests.

 

Big Day at Work? You need Tom’s Urban

Open daily at 6 a.m. and serving hearty options until 11 a.m. Monday through Friday, you can fuel up with platters, skillets, sandwiches, and their clever and fresh take on the pop tart. The omelet is always an option and if you’ve been dreaming of ocean shores, try:

  • The Beach Bum: avocado, roasted mushrooms, diced tomatoes, cheddar and swiss with a cilantro cream on top.

If you need some carbs try their French toast and pancakes. For those feeling a little spunky, their breakfast cocktails are available seven days a week.

 

Dreaming of a European Cafe? You need The Market

Whether you need a quick bite and your morning coffee or have the opportunity to people watch from a sidewalk table, The Market has you covered.

Offering a menu of classics, from omelets to burritos and waffles to quiche, this Denver favorite is sure to please everyone in your party.

Those on the move can try:

  • A Breakfast Pocket: scrambled eggs, cheese and Canadian bacon in a pastry crust served with salsa and sour cream. Think English Pasty for breakfast instead of beef and veggies.

On a cold day, linger with a beverage from their Hot Toddy Bar! A favorite? The Snow Bunny: Café Mocha Mint with Peppermint Schnapps.

Are you too busy to stop in?  The Market caters breakfast as well.  Treat your staff to one of the best breakfasts in Denver.

 

What are you waiting for? You’ve got seven days a week to enjoy the best Denver breakfast right here on Larimer Square!

 

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