Saturday, March 21, 2009

Denver's Best Brunches

A. Lola
Boisterous and booming, this glitzy Mexican attracts some of Denver's most caliente people.

Open until 10 p.m.
This uptown winner features an excellent wine list, and an even more excellent lamb hash dish for breakfast. Come with a date; you'll be inspired to romance.

Open until 10 p.m.
C. Rioja
Who knew that Spanish cuisine went so well with a mimosa? Hit this Larimer Square favorite to verify.

Open until 10 p.m.
D. Strings Restaurant
Like a quantum leap back to the 80s (in a good way) Strings serves crowdpleasing fare in a boisterous room.

Open until 10:30 p.m.
E. Racines Restaurant
A favorite go-to place for groups of folks with disparate tastes; Racines makes everyone happy without gouging their wallets.

Open until 12 a.m.
F. Cafe Bisque
The lemon poppyseed pancakes at Cafe Bisque is one of Denver's very best day-starters, especially when washed down with a glass of champagne.

Open until
G. Mona's
New Orleans cuisine with the coffee to match, this spot serves rib-sticking brunch fare to hipsters and their fans.

Open until
H. Lucile's Creole Cafe
Eggs Pontchartrain anyone? Fill up on a rib-sticking Louisiana breakfast at this Front Range institution. Come early, or expect to wait.

 Open until

The following item is a pick of the Denver Post's.
I. Toast
Solid breakfast plates, plus one of the area's best BLTs, this south suburbs cafeteria is a hit with families.

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