Food & Drink

Denver's 7 Best Breakfast Burritos for Your Hangover

Published On 02/03/2014 Published On 02/03/2014
Best Hangover Cures DEN
All Photos: Rebecca Feder
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1. Araujo's Restaurant 2900 W 26th Ave, Denver, CO 80211-4706 (Northwest)

Breakfast, lunch, or dinner, stop by Araujo's for some authentic mexican cuisine, $1.50 breakfast burritos, and $2 Modelos anytime.

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2. Steuben's Food Service 523 E 17th Ave, Denver, CO 80203 (Uptown)

Steuben's, an old-school diner with sophistication, serves good ol' American comfort food in Uptown Denver. Class it up with a cayenne etouffee or get down and dirty with some gravy fries.

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3. El Taco De Mexico 714 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204 (Southwest)

This quintessential Mexican dive attracts everyone from local regulars, to out-of-town travelers to its diner-like space for the most authentic versions of all the Mexico City classics, like chilaquiles, tongue tacos, and smothered chile relleno burritos. There's not much more than few plastic booths indoors, but anything smothered in the fresh green chile is likely better enjoyed in the breezy outdoor patio.

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4. Uber Eats 1535 Central St, Denver, CO 80211

The sausage standout Uber Sausage's second outpost is way bigger, meaning that you'll be way bigger after eating their delicious sausages, burgers, and tots. Get your belly-growing on early with their breakfast menu, the Southwest Wrap (slang for breakfast burrito) is a great place to start.

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5. Illegal Pete's 270 South Broadway, Denver, CO 80202 (Lodo)

Illegal Pete's is always buzzing with hungry diners picking from an assembly line of ingredients that'll be rolled into Mission-style burritos.