Feed Me…I’m Hungry writer Michelle Sandstrom is also the Denver City Editor over at The Daily Meal, where her job is to search out and report on the best food in Denver. Read on for food news and Denver dinning recommendations.
Easter is just around the corner. It’s a time for celebration, family, friends, and… a lot of cooking for that special brunch! What if you just aren’t up to preparing that huge meal at home? The Daily Meal has you covered with 10 great spots where you can enjoy Easter brunch in Denver. Enjoy your favorite people and skip all the hard work of cooking and clean up.
1. DazzleJazz, Denver- This all-you-can-eat buffet is filled with home-style comfort food. Cost is $18.95 for adults and $9.50 for children 10 and under. Dazzle offers a bottomless Mimosas or Bloody Marys for and additional $10. Enjoy the Paris Takes Jazz Quartet while you peruse the buffet from 10:30-1 pm.
2. Lola, Denver– Though Lola is known for it’s selection of over 200 tequilas, if you aren’t worried about having the traditional Easter foods, there is a great modern Mexican influenced brunch menu. Most of the dinning room, bar, and heated patio, have a fantastic view to enjoy while sipping a Mexican Mimosa and dinning on blueberry lemonade pancakes, a lobster green chile omelet, or oyster shooters. Expect to spend between $8 and $16 per entree.