November 10, 2011

Boulder Gets a Second Breakfast Spot

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We’ve seen breakfast focused restaurants boom in Denver for a few years, with restaurants like Snooze, Jelly, Syrup, and Breakfast on The Edge, and now we’re excited to see Boulder join in on the morning fun. Back in June Chef Alec Schuler opened Tangerine, and showed Boulder-ites his creative interpretation of what breakfast could be with items like his BLR Pancakes, ricotta and lemon pancakes with blueberry sauce or the Asparagus and Mushrooms with two poached eggs over green lentils with pancetta, spinach, salsa verde, and grano padano cheese. Now Snooze has opened its doors on Pearl Street to offer up indulgent breakfast items as well as creative pancakes like the must-try Red-Eye Velvet Pancakes, red velvet buttermilk batter topped with espresso infused maple syrup, a touch of cream cheese frosting and chopped pecans or the Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes, buttermilk pancakes with caramelized pineapple chunks, house made vanilla crème anglaise and cinnamon butter. It’s no surprise that chefs have started giving breakfast a makeover, it ties closely with our Culinary Shift Luxury Re-Valued, were just glad we don’t have to drive to Denver anymore to enjoy a morning meal.

--Bryce Clark

Bryce Clark
Culinary Assistant

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