Snooze draws a big crowd, even on a Friday morning there was a 45-minute wait, but it's easy to see why: cheerfully designed, friendly service and fun spins on classic breakfast dishes. My breakfast pot pie with all that flaky puff pastry was delicious. They have several pancake varieties, so thank goodness you can order a pancake flight to sample three different kinds. Or you can sub in a piece of their OMG! French toast like my friend Nora did. Smart girl.
I think Denver Biscuit Co. was the meal I had looked forward to most, and it did not disappoint. My eyes were bigger than my stomach that morning, but I ate most of my biscuit sandwich with its housemade sausage, apple butter and fried egg, all soaked in maple syrup. But what really stole the show for me was their biscuit cinnamon roll. Hello two things that I love, you are amazing! I thought about flying back to New York with a couple of those in my carry-on.
Our last brunch stop was Jelly. The decor has a nostalgic draw. Old, classic cereal boxes line the walls, and we marveled at how small those boxes used to be. Their donut holes were a highlight, and our comfort food-style breakfasts were tasty too. Thanks for the deliciousness, Denver!