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Sunday Brunch Spots in Denver, Colorado

Denver, Colorado offers a wide variety of eateries when it comes to brunch that will fuel your day, whether you are searching for a quick bite to eat or a relaxing sit-down with friends and family. We’ve gathered up the best of the best in this blog that will be sure to please even the most discerning of brunch connoisseurs.

Snooze, an A.M. Eatery
Right on Larimer Street in downtown Denver sits Snooze, an AM Eatery, rated 4.7 stars and also opens at 6:30 am for the early risers. Snooze provides nice indoor seating as well as a lovely patio where you can enjoy your meal in the fresh air. This is a Denver favorite. The staff ensures a quality dining experience, a tasty menu to choose from, a bar and even provides a game of corn hole outside the restaurant to entertain those on the waitlist.

The Delectable Egg
If you are looking for friendly service, The Delectable Egg is the place for you. This restaurant has numerous reviews rave about the staff (we also have first-hand experience!) as well as their coffee carafe keeping their guests fully stocked. Those who are last-minute tend to be squeezed in and the atmosphere is perfect for family and friends.

HashTAG
Another egg-serving restaurant plus hash browns and pancakes, along with a cappuccino, lays HashTAG on 29th. The restaurant provides both dine-in and takeout and also offers outdoor seating. A visit to the website and signing up on the online waitlist allows guests who think ahead a quick table!

Olive & Finch
A restaurant that caters to your dietary needs and is a must-visit is Olive & Finch. Providing gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan options, Olive & Finch ensures all guests are happy with their meal. They also have an impressive bakery with an array of sweet and savory treats that pair perfectly with a latte.

Sunny’s
If you are looking for something from scratch, homemade chorizo, you’re sure to find yourself at Sunny’s. Many locals are repeat customers and with flavorful options and attentive staff, Sunny’s is at the top of the list.

Stowaway Kitchen
Those who crave a lighter, healthier brunch should pay a visit to Stowaway Kitchen. Meals that include spinach, eggplant, and fresh avocado are a highlight and their “me-mosas” are raved about as well. The extensive coffee menu puts Stowaway aside from others and the diversity of the food served is top-tier.

The brunch spots of Denver are sure to provide the best for their guests including service, dining experience, food and atmosphere. The only complaint about being busy only confirms that brunch is a must when visiting the city. With most places just minutes from the next, there are always open doors and plenty of options for everyone.

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Things To Do In Denver | Father’s Day 2016

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Father’s Day provides families with a great opportunity to show Dad how much you care for him and how you sincerely appreciate his hard work and all that he has done for you over the years.

Father’s Day Brunch

There’s an old adage that states “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach,” and it’s certainly true when you take him to a nice restaurant for a Father’s Day brunch. Denver has become one of truly great restaurants cities in the country, and the choices are as numerous as they are varied, but now’s the time to make reservations.

Restaurants that are offering a Father’s Day brunch this year include BD’s Mongolian Grill, Block & Larder, and the Central Bistro and Bar. Others include Cranelli’s Italian Restaurant, The Exchange Tavern, Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse, and the Greenbriar Inn. Additional noteworthy restaurants include Il Fornaio in the Denver Tech Center, Maggiano’s at the Denver Pavilions, Sixth & Pine and Sushi Hai in Highlands Ranch.

By visiting www.opentable.com, you can find numerous restaurants that Dad is going to love, such as Panzano, The Kitchen, and Seasons 52. If Dad loves beef, Shanahan’s Steakhouse is among the best in metro Denver. If he likes fish, try McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant.

Concerts

Denver is blessed with some of the finest concert venues in the country, including the world famous Red Rocks Amphitheatre. If Dad is a music lover, check out the June schedule for this beautiful outdoor concert venue.

If you take your father to a concert, it doesn’t necessarily have to be on Father’s Day. June concerts at Red Rocks includes Steely Dan with Steve Winwood, The Colorado Symphony Orchestra with DeVotchKa, and Bob Dylan (on Father’s Day).

At Fiddler’s Green you can enjoy The Cure, Boston, and Jason Aldean, and at the Paramount, attractions include Pat Benatar, Gordon Lightfoot, and Ringo Starr and His All Star Band. For a full lineup of Denver concerts, simply do a Google and all attractions are at your fingertips.

Denver’s Most Popular Attractions

It’s a little odd that some of metro Denver’s finest attractions are frequented by tourists more than by residents, but it’s true. So why not take Dad to one of our great places to enjoy the scenery, food, shopping, wildlife, and more.

When was the last time Dad visited Red Rocks Park, the newly renovated Union Station, the Denver Zoo, and the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. How about taking a stroll on the 16th Street Mall, touring the State Capitol, or having a picnic in Washington Park. And what could be better than taking Dad to a baseball game at Coors Field? And for something truly different, take Dad to iFly Denver in Lone Tree for an exciting indoor skydiving experience (if he is up to the task).

Doing something fun on Father’s Day is a great way for families and friends to reconnect, and it’s even more fun if it’s something new or different.

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Kentwood Picks: Best Brunch in Denver

Here at Kentwood we love brunch just as much as the next Denverite. There is just something so alluring about having a late, relaxing breakfast with your friends while enjoying a glass of bubbly. Maybe you are recuperating after a long night out. Or perhaps you are celebrating a close friend’s birthday. You might even be sitting down for some quality time with your family. So whatever your motivation may be, next time you’re thinking of quenching your thirst with bottomless mimosas or satisfying your craving for eggs and hash browns why not try out one of our favorite places to brunch?

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Yaya’s Euro Bistro
8310 East Belleview Avenue

The impressive buffet features prime rib, made to order omelets, traditional breakfast favorites, fruit and vegetable salads, and an amazing made-from-scratch dessert station.

“I love Yaya’s brunch – it has everything from a seafood buffet to handmade pastry buffet. Plus, the $10 bottomless mimosas are great too. It’s delicious!”  – Meredith Hotz, Broker at Kentwood DTC

Gaetano’s
3760 Tejon Street 

Join Gaetano’s on Sunday mornings for their Bloody Mary Bar, which features 30 to 40 flavors as well as their Bottomless Pomegranate Mimosas and Sangria!


“I love Gaetanos in North Denver. They have a wonderful way of making you feel special and the food is absolutely amazing. I highly recommended it for brunch or any other time!” – Jill Schafer, Broker at Kentwood Cherry Creek

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Duo
2413 West 32nd

Duo has an upscale menu of classically grounded, yet inspired New American cooking with a welcome emphasis on seasonal, local ingredients. The quick and friendly service helps ensure that this small space maintains a relaxed atmosphere.

“Their brunch is outstanding!  A+…. All members of my family enjoy eating here.” – Michele Ciardullo, Broker at Kentwood DTC

The District Uptown
1320 East 17th Avenue

The spacious bar, buzzing patio and elevated menu of pub-grub of this modern American grill make The District Uptown a shoe-in! The sophisticated setting is home to an eclectic mix of bar bites and entree dishes.

“An upgraded menu adds more than the already attractive bottomless, interchangeable drink special until 4:00 pm on weekends. The Bloody Mary/Mimosa Bar boasts a tasty selection of mixers and ingredients while the patio is a fantastic place to start a weekend!” – Matt King, Broker at Kentwood Cherry Creek

Avenue Grill
630 East 17th Avenue

The Avenue Grill was established in 1988 as a traditional San Francisco style, neighborhood restaurant. The decor is reminiscent of supper clubs of the 30s and 40s featuring an impressive vintage bar. Not only is every bite of food mouthwatering, but the servers are warm, friendly and knowledgeable.

“Andrew and I have been going here for 25 years. It is always consistent and a friendly atmosphere. The wait and bar staff are long term employees and extremely knowledgable, and most live in the neighborhood.”- Bill Verdon & Andrew Gonzales, Brokers at Kentwood City Properties

Shells and Sauce
2600 East 12th

“Italian Cuisine:  This restaurant offers a warm and friendly atmosphere with an open kitchen.  They have seating on the main and second levels, as well as some tables outdoors.  Their menu offers many choices from traditional egg dishes to fried chicken and waffles.  One of my favorites is the Huevos rancheros (I know, this is not Italian, right?).  Although the menu description is pretty typical, there’s nothing typical about the layers of flavor in this dish.  It’s fresh tasting and beats the competition…hands down.  Good to get a reservation as it is a very popular spot with the locals in the hood.” – Catherine Carpenter, Broker at Kentwood Cherry Creek

Lucile’s Creole Cafe
Multiple locations across Colorado

“I love Lucille’s Creole Cafe because their beignets are delicious as are their Bloody Marys and grits. It’s also a nice departure from the traditional brunch spot. Their fire-pit and outdoor bar help make the wait time fly by. In addition, I recently learned if you’re expecting, they push you to the top of the list to shorten your wait time – what a lovely way to honor moms to-be! “- Libby Levinson, Broker at Cherry Creek