Brunch is a sacred experience – a time where friends gather to recap the week. And when on vacation, the best way to start the day. Part of Denver is experiencing the food here. Luxury Concierge Co. has come up with a multiple-part series of our favorite things to do, places to see, and restaurants and bars to go to. Our part one of the brunch series already has us wanting some, so make sure to travel with a hungry stomach!

Snooze, an AM Eatery

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Location: Five Points (and Other Locations)
Snooze has gained a loyal and one of the biggest followings since its opening in 2006. Snooze offers up some of the best hash browns in town, and their menu offers everything from sweet to savory. There is always a pancake of the day, and the flavors are insanely good so make sure to at least ask what it is. And the Snooze Spud Deluxe should always be the thing you order if it’s your first time.

Syrup

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Syrup

Location: 999 18th St. Suite 105, Denver
They specialize in handcrafted syrups that pair up deliciously with their variety of pancakes, waffles, and french toasts. This is definitely the place to go to satisfy the morning sweet tooth. Best part? Brunch is ALL DAY. Try the Coconut Coated French Toast made with three pieces of french toast coated with coconut flakes and served with a coconut syrup.

Olive & Finch Eatery and Bakery

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Location: 1552 E 17th Ave., Denver
Inspired by European markets and cafes, the food is made fresh and using only local ingredients. Try the Shakshuka, made with stewed tomatoes, spices, roasted red peppers, caramelized onions, cilantro, feta cheese, two cage free eggs. Also try the Sunrise, made with two cage free eggs, roasted tomatoes, bacon, Swiss cheese, maple aioli, and arugula, and served open faced on toasted baguette. Hungry yet?