Harman's is the perfect mix of comfort and affordability. Their must-haves include a steak Benedict that will make you fall in love with hollandaise all over again, and a plate of the sourdough french toast with bread piled high, topped with sweet cream, pecans, and a bourbon barrel-aged maple syrup. There's a ton of space here, so feel free to gather your 10 or 20 closest friends for a brunch party extravaganza. Open for brunch on weekends from 9am-4pm, and open all day Tuesday-Sundays.
This neighborhood favorite is ideal for grabbing a cup of coffee and a fresh baked pastry while strolling own the street, or sitting down for a good, home-cooked meal. They serve classic breakfast dishes like huevos rancheros and challah french toast, and they also have a lunch menu available, with great homemade chicken pot pie and sandwiches. Brunch is served Saturdays and Sundays from 7:00am-4:00pm.
A "playful yet grounded" atmosphere characterizes this classic American bistro, specializing in seasonal dishes with innovative flare. Eat, play, love.
If you’ve never had bottomless brunch accompanied by live jazz, it’s time you start. Jazz club DazzleJazz gives Sunday brunch a makeover by gifting diners with a live soundtrack as they dive into the buffet of home-style comfort food, like French toast, deviled eggs, and grilled vegetables, and absorb endless mimosas or Bloody Marys. Not the brunch type? DazzleJazz also offers spinach-artichoke dip, grilled cheeses, and other bar bites, soups, salads, and sandwiches. Reservations are highly recommended, but don’t wait until the last minute, as they fill up faster than you can say jitterbug.
Although it specializes in breakfast-type eats, The Universal's menu also features an assortment of lunch dishes such as burgers, shrimp and chicken. There's even an excellent selection of wine and beer, in case you feel like wetting your whistle with something a bit more interesting than orange juice.
South Broadway has gained another great late night spot thanks to the second location of the Denver Biscuit Company, meaning that you can now enjoy freshly made biscuits stuffed with fried chicken and honey mustard after a show at the Hi-Dive.
This go-to Mexican spot sports sweeping city views, table-side guac, and other traditional Mexican fare, and a daily 4-6p happy hour (Mondays are happy hour all night!) featuring $4 sangria. Step things up with a Fuego Verde cocktail (Corazon blanco, muddled jalapeno, agave).