Try a Denver Brunch That Offers More Than Just Bottomless Mimosas
If you're in need of a brunch spot that breaks the mold, boy howdy, do we have a few spots that you need to swing by. For you Denverites that just want to get out and take in a brunch that offers a bit of distraction while nourishing your hangover, check out the list below and plan a brunch to one of these local brunch spots.
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I love drag queens. The hair, makeup, outfits, and over-the-top personas each Queen possesses always leaves me in shock and awe of a) the effort each Queen took in their appearance and b) how hysterically funny and subversive each one can be. Pair this with brunch favorites and you've got a winning combination.
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This hip eatery with a New-American menu hosts their Disco Brunch two Sundays each month. The music is not exclusively Disco, as the tunes vary each event. With different Billboard hits throughout the decades (Backstreet Boys fans, unite!), you can sing along to your favorite middle school hits as you sip on Jack's incredible brunch cocktails and reflect on your "awkward years".
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For those that love banjos and mandolins, this is the brunch spot for you. Offered once a month starting at 11 a.m., you can enjoy the New-American fare from the Order 26 food truck's brunch menu and tap your feet to the nostalgic notes of good ol' fashioned bluegrass music.
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There's something so delightfully pleasant and relaxing while enjoying a good meal and listening to live acoustic guitar. Every Sunday, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot hosts a talented guitarist to play their set. Light live music paired with some Whiskey French Toast? Sign me up!