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Where to grab breakfast in Denver

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Denver’s got a reputation for its bars and pubs, but don’t overlook breakfast! Yes, the city’s culinary culture shines even in the wee hours of the morning. So roll out of bed, take a quick shower, and visit any one of these establishments to try some of the best breakfast dishes Denver, CO can provide.

Stowaway Kitchen

If you’re looking for something a bit more adventurous than eggs and toast, Stowaway should be your go-to spot. The menu aims to combine the food and tradition from all over the world, reinventing old favorites with unique twists. Ingredients from Japan are featured a lot in dishes, but a quick scan of the menu reveals a wider range of global influences in many of the other items.

Beatrice & Woodsley

From the outside, this looks like just another restaurant. But once you cross the threshold you’ll feel as though you’re off on a camping trip in the great outdoors. Atmosphere abounds at Beatrice & Woodsley and that charm extends to the kitchen’s offerings. American cuisine is decidedly favored but regional dishes are reinvented using ingredients popularly associated with other areas of the country. It’s like turning tradition on its ear, and it’s a good time.

The Denver Biscuit Company

Is Denver a hub of American biscuit culture? It’s certainly trying to be. The Denver Biscuit Company offers dishes revolving around gourmet biscuits. If the idea alone sounds absurd to you, you’re really missing out. There’s a wide variety of biscuit-based sandwiches to choose from—and they’re pretty hefty, too—but a special nod goes to the giant biscuit cinnamon rolls. Two great tastes that taste great together.

ProsperOats

The more health-conscious among you might not be enthralled by the idea of a pulled-pork biscuit sandwich. Fair enough. For you, we’d like to suggest ProsperOats. Their goal is to offer naturally invigorating drinks and meals that leave you feeling fuller for longer. Their main feature is custom bowls that combine grains, greens, fruits, yogurt, and more into one power breakfast. You can wash it all down with cold-pressed juices, smoothies, or organic coffee.

The Bindery

You’ll feel a warm, welcoming presence when you first step into the dining room of the Bindery. It’s incredibly spacious from floor to ceiling and calmly lit, so it’s a great place to relax and have a quiet meal. It’s a combination bakery, restaurant, and marketplace, just in case you want to do more of your shopping in one place. The breakfast menu is kept simple but enhanced with luxurious twists to old favorites. Let chia and banana buttermilk waffles set the tone for what you can expect.

The Breakfast King

Sometimes you just want to find comfort in a greasy spoon. The Breakfast King has all the hallmarks of a classic 24-hour American diner. It continues the rich tradition of being incredibly generous with portion size while being gentle on your wallet. If you don’t need any fanfare to come with your sunny-side-up eggs and hash browns, drop in on the Breakfast King whenever you like.

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