Snooze An AM Eatery

★★★★☆
  • 2262 Larimer St

    Denver, CO 80205

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  • 303-297-0700

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Unfortunately, can't even comment about the food. Went this morning with my two girls, heard great things about the food and the atmosphere. Was fine with the hour wait we were told to expect with all I've heard. About 35 minutes into

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★★★★★

Unfortunately, can't even comment about the food. Went this morning with my two girls, heard great things about the food and the atmosphere. Was fine with the hour wait we were told to expect with all I've heard. About 35 minutes into

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We have been to Snooze many times and because we really like the breakfasts we keep returning BUT there are some snotty gals working there. This place is so busy they can't seem to get an order right and don't even think about asking,

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★★★★★

We have been to Snooze many times and because we really like the breakfasts we keep returning BUT there are some snotty gals working there. This place is so busy they can't seem to get an order right and don't even think about asking,

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I just don't get what the hype is all about. Yes, the ambiance is cool and hip, but that's about all this eatery has going for it. I've heard so much about Snooze, so I was looking forward to going. We waited 1 1/2 hours in a tight,

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★★★★★

I just don't get what the hype is all about. Yes, the ambiance is cool and hip, but that's about all this eatery has going for it. I've heard so much about Snooze, so I was looking forward to going. We waited 1 1/2 hours in a tight,

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We had Sunday brunch at the Southglenn location and expected the standard long wait. This was my first visit to Snooze and because of all the hype I was expected something special...WRONG!
We had a 45 minute wait and my breakfast was

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★★★★★

We had Sunday brunch at the Southglenn location and expected the standard long wait. This was my first visit to Snooze and because of all the hype I was expected something special...WRONG!
We had a 45 minute wait and my breakfast was

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This review is for the Southglen location which is not listed in Citysearch:

I wish this review would make a difference enough for it to be addressed by management but Snooze has people climbing over each other for a chance to eat at this

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★★★★★

This review is for the Southglen location which is not listed in Citysearch:

I wish this review would make a difference enough for it to be addressed by management but Snooze has people climbing over each other for a chance to eat at this

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Great food and great coffee, but not worth waiting 2 hours. I would be a weekly patron, but no longer go to snooze because of the lines. Lets get reservations going on the busy days and keep things civilized.

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★★★★★

Great food and great coffee, but not worth waiting 2 hours. I would be a weekly patron, but no longer go to snooze because of the lines. Lets get reservations going on the busy days and keep things civilized.

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We called and they told us it would be 30 min wait. We got there- 10 minutes later and all of a sudden it was an hour wait. Fine, we wait and when we get to our table, our waitress complains that it is busy and pretty much complains that we are there. Then she says we should go somewhere else. We did and left out food on the stoves there. We would never eat here again unless we could do take out. The manager was totally unhelpful.

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★☆☆☆☆

We called and they told us it would be 30 min wait. We got there- 10 minutes later and all of a sudden it was an hour wait. Fine, we wait and when we get to our table, our waitress complains that it is busy and pretty much complains that we are there. Then she says we should go somewhere else. We did and left out food on the stoves there. We would never eat here again unless we could do take out. The manager was totally unhelpful.

Pros: Food is good

Cons: Server was rude and wait was long

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The owner Jon went out of country for a bit, while Adam took care of the biz. A friend of mine did a really great cabling job and was commended for it by Adam. When Jon got back in town, and the invoice for the cabling job came in, he claimed that the job was included in the POS service. He refused to pay, even when it was made blatently clear before starting the work that they would be billed. Adam had no problems with this even, while given a great price and quality of work.

Don't give your money to these guys, my friend isn't able to pay bills because of this guy, and it's just not right.

To Jon & Adam, you should pay for what you get...and maybe you won't see shit reviews written all over about you. I have a mind to put a big boycott sign in front of your logo on the tens of thousands of flyers I pass out. F*** you, I supported your local business till you f***ed my buddy. Heck, I just might make one side of all my flyers called "The Wall of Shame" and include you on there from now on. That would be fun, right?!

Promote Denver, but don't support these guys. They are snakes.

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★☆☆☆☆

The owner Jon went out of country for a bit, while Adam took care of the biz. A friend of mine did a really great cabling job and was commended for it by Adam. When Jon got back in town, and the invoice for the cabling job came in, he claimed that the job was included in the POS service. He refused to pay, even when it was made blatently clear before starting the work that they would be billed. Adam had no problems with this even, while given a great price and quality of work.

Don't give your money to these guys, my friend isn't able to pay bills because of this guy, and it's just not right.

To Jon & Adam, you should pay for what you get...and maybe you won't see shit reviews written all over about you. I have a mind to put a big boycott sign in front of your logo on the tens of thousands of flyers I pass out. F*** you, I supported your local business till you f***ed my buddy. Heck, I just might make one side of all my flyers called "The Wall of Shame" and include you on there from now on. That would be fun, right?!

Promote Denver, but don't support these guys. They are snakes.

Pros: high priced food....not worth it for a 10 dollar pancake.

Cons: managers who don't communicate properly when leaving town.

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Hands down one of the BEST breakfasts in Denver! The food is absolutely amazing & super creative -- try the cinnamon roll pancake (a local fav, not on the menu, but avail by request). The only downside to this hipster spot is that the demand is so high, there is always a wait. Expect 20-30 minutes during the week and up to 2 hours on the weekends!

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★★★★★

Hands down one of the BEST breakfasts in Denver! The food is absolutely amazing & super creative -- try the cinnamon roll pancake (a local fav, not on the menu, but avail by request). The only downside to this hipster spot is that the demand is so high, there is always a wait. Expect 20-30 minutes during the week and up to 2 hours on the weekends!

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We tried snooze for the first time during their grand opening. Despite the long line and impatient customers, the staff was very friendly and seemed to have things under control. It was great to see that all their pancakes could be prepared gluten-free. The food was delicious, and it was very clear that they made everything from scratch. We have been back several times since, and have had the same great experience every visit. Definitely worth the wait!

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★★★★★

We tried snooze for the first time during their grand opening. Despite the long line and impatient customers, the staff was very friendly and seemed to have things under control. It was great to see that all their pancakes could be prepared gluten-free. The food was delicious, and it was very clear that they made everything from scratch. We have been back several times since, and have had the same great experience every visit. Definitely worth the wait!

Pros: gluten-free options, delicious food, accomodating staff

Cons: long waits

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decided to try the new location off of colorado blvd. I was impressed by the decor and the friendly staff, but not impressed by the menu selection very limited, and the price once i saw what you got. Maybe I am a different case because I am pregnant and need a big breakfast but i will not return cause the food just didnt justify the price for me and I have had much better elsewhere, but I am sure they will do fine there is always a line

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★☆☆☆☆

decided to try the new location off of colorado blvd. I was impressed by the decor and the friendly staff, but not impressed by the menu selection very limited, and the price once i saw what you got. Maybe I am a different case because I am pregnant and need a big breakfast but i will not return cause the food just didnt justify the price for me and I have had much better elsewhere, but I am sure they will do fine there is always a line

Pros: nice atmosphere

Cons: the wait for food and small portions

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We were completely ignored one day after our server had forgotten to put in our order. When we mentioned it to a manager they handled it in the worst possible way. After my party calmly mentioned the exorbitant amount of time we had waited and the fact the we were tempted to simply pay for our drinks and leave, she was accused of "making a scene". The general manager denied that we waited as long as we had. He could not expain why tables seated 15 mins after we had placed our order were already eating, finishing up even. He then told us he would not discount our bill but offered a gift certificate to go back. We were not looking for any type of discount or charity! We wanted to make someone aware of the sub par service through out our visit. He proceeded to argue about the hypotheticals of why it could have taken as long as it did before confessing to us, "You really want to know what happened?" Of course we did. "We have a new grill guy on pancakes and he lost your ticket." Why couldn't our server had told us that? Why did he avoid all eye contact with our table for a good half an hour? That tiny bit of information would have made everything okay. Why did the manager minimize it and make us feel as though we were trying to get something for free out of it? Of that I'm not sure, but given the way the situation was handled, I know I will never return there, not for all the free gift certificates in the world.

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★☆☆☆☆

We were completely ignored one day after our server had forgotten to put in our order. When we mentioned it to a manager they handled it in the worst possible way. After my party calmly mentioned the exorbitant amount of time we had waited and the fact the we were tempted to simply pay for our drinks and leave, she was accused of "making a scene". The general manager denied that we waited as long as we had. He could not expain why tables seated 15 mins after we had placed our order were already eating, finishing up even. He then told us he would not discount our bill but offered a gift certificate to go back. We were not looking for any type of discount or charity! We wanted to make someone aware of the sub par service through out our visit. He proceeded to argue about the hypotheticals of why it could have taken as long as it did before confessing to us, "You really want to know what happened?" Of course we did. "We have a new grill guy on pancakes and he lost your ticket." Why couldn't our server had told us that? Why did he avoid all eye contact with our table for a good half an hour? That tiny bit of information would have made everything okay. Why did the manager minimize it and make us feel as though we were trying to get something for free out of it? Of that I'm not sure, but given the way the situation was handled, I know I will never return there, not for all the free gift certificates in the world.

Pros: decent pancakes

Cons: Having to deal with snotty poor service

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While Denver has obvious positive attributes, a progressive culinary scene is certainly not one of them. It seems to be lacking in anything that isn't Mexican, Italian, or American (with a few exceptions, of course). Snooze proves this quite well. Its menu is slightly adventurous, making it a rare commodity in the city. Large crowds gather for an extremely long wait followed by food that is good but not great. I don't mean to imply that it is poor quality, but the food doesn't match up to the outer appearances. It is also a 'see and be seen' place, so don't go if you don't enjoy being constantly checked out.

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★★★☆☆

While Denver has obvious positive attributes, a progressive culinary scene is certainly not one of them. It seems to be lacking in anything that isn't Mexican, Italian, or American (with a few exceptions, of course). Snooze proves this quite well. Its menu is slightly adventurous, making it a rare commodity in the city. Large crowds gather for an extremely long wait followed by food that is good but not great. I don't mean to imply that it is poor quality, but the food doesn't match up to the outer appearances. It is also a 'see and be seen' place, so don't go if you don't enjoy being constantly checked out.

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This place is so great and so much fun. Who would have thought someone could be so creative with pancakes. Jon is simply one of the coolest guys who ever was.

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★★★★★

This place is so great and so much fun. Who would have thought someone could be so creative with pancakes. Jon is simply one of the coolest guys who ever was.

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Snooze is my favorite find in Denver when it comes to breakfast. The ambiance is great; it's small, but it adds to the energy of people excited to be in the same place eating great food. The waitstaff is always friendly and accomodating. The owner has a great memory for people that have been there before and can usually be found greeting people at the door. But as impressive as all of that is, it is the food that makes this the one place in Denver that I am sure to take all out-of-town visitors. It's always a dilemma to go the "savory" or "sweet" route when I'm there for breakfast, and "sweet" usually wins out. Their collection of amazing pancakes is always changing yet always scrumptious. Their breakfast burrito and huevos racheros are tasty and can be made just about any way you want. The coffee, juice and alcoholic drinks just top off everything nicely. I HIGHLY recommend Snooze to anyone looking for a great (and filling) breakfast. There can often be a long wait, but they have free coffee, you can walk around the neighborhood, or bring a board game (in the warmer months) to play out on the sidewalk as you wait for your table. GO TO SNOOZE!!

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★★★★★

Snooze is my favorite find in Denver when it comes to breakfast. The ambiance is great; it's small, but it adds to the energy of people excited to be in the same place eating great food. The waitstaff is always friendly and accomodating. The owner has a great memory for people that have been there before and can usually be found greeting people at the door. But as impressive as all of that is, it is the food that makes this the one place in Denver that I am sure to take all out-of-town visitors. It's always a dilemma to go the "savory" or "sweet" route when I'm there for breakfast, and "sweet" usually wins out. Their collection of amazing pancakes is always changing yet always scrumptious. Their breakfast burrito and huevos racheros are tasty and can be made just about any way you want. The coffee, juice and alcoholic drinks just top off everything nicely. I HIGHLY recommend Snooze to anyone looking for a great (and filling) breakfast. There can often be a long wait, but they have free coffee, you can walk around the neighborhood, or bring a board game (in the warmer months) to play out on the sidewalk as you wait for your table. GO TO SNOOZE!!

Pros: Food, Service, Ambience, Food!

Cons: Long wait at times

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Once a month when bills are due, i sit down at snooze for a divine breakfast and never come out disappointed. The customer service is beyond excellent, and the food is cooked anyway to fit your needs, like wanting egg whites with your pancakes. If there is ever a time when your hungry for breakfast or lunch and in the downtown area, stop by Snooze and "have your appetite continually replenished," as the waiters from Snooze say.

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★★★★☆

Once a month when bills are due, i sit down at snooze for a divine breakfast and never come out disappointed. The customer service is beyond excellent, and the food is cooked anyway to fit your needs, like wanting egg whites with your pancakes. If there is ever a time when your hungry for breakfast or lunch and in the downtown area, stop by Snooze and "have your appetite continually replenished," as the waiters from Snooze say.

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Snooze Cafe not only has excellent decor, excellent service, and a fabulous menu, but they are on the sustainability bus! They use local organic ingredients which makes the food taste fresh and delicious. Try the vanilla almond oatmeal brulee, you'll never go Quaker again. I highly recommend Snooze to anyone who is ready to branch out from the greasy over-priced chain breakfast joints, and support a local, independently owned Denver business.

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★★★★★

Snooze Cafe not only has excellent decor, excellent service, and a fabulous menu, but they are on the sustainability bus! They use local organic ingredients which makes the food taste fresh and delicious. Try the vanilla almond oatmeal brulee, you'll never go Quaker again. I highly recommend Snooze to anyone who is ready to branch out from the greasy over-priced chain breakfast joints, and support a local, independently owned Denver business.

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I've been hearing about Snooze for the past two years and so this morning checked it out with some friends. We arrived about 9.45 am and had to wait over an hour to be seated (we were told 50 minutes); we also were skipped on the list a few times which was frustrating. On our 4th trip back to the hostess stand to ask when we would be seated, we also expressed our frustration to the Owner who managed to seat us next. Once seated our whole experience changed - the server was really friendly and personable; the pineapple pancake we ordered as an appetizer was delicious (and comped for our frustrations); and overall, just a really fun atmosphere. If you love pancakes, i would definitely suggest Snooze as something different from the typical pancake house. Definitely give this place a go!

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★★★★☆

I've been hearing about Snooze for the past two years and so this morning checked it out with some friends. We arrived about 9.45 am and had to wait over an hour to be seated (we were told 50 minutes); we also were skipped on the list a few times which was frustrating. On our 4th trip back to the hostess stand to ask when we would be seated, we also expressed our frustration to the Owner who managed to seat us next. Once seated our whole experience changed - the server was really friendly and personable; the pineapple pancake we ordered as an appetizer was delicious (and comped for our frustrations); and overall, just a really fun atmosphere. If you love pancakes, i would definitely suggest Snooze as something different from the typical pancake house. Definitely give this place a go!

Pros: Creative and delicious pancakes, plenty of street parking

Cons: Long wait, small

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The place is always packed and I still can't figure out why. The long wait for average food, served by the most unqualified wait staff in town is absurd! After waiting an hour or more for a (small) table, you can count on waiting again for a waiter or waitress to acknowledge you and/or take a drink order! Once they finally notice you are there, its a toss whether the wait person can maintain a consistent pace of keeping up with empty coffee cups, delivering the food and check when you have finally finished. Don't be surprised if your empty plate is left in front of you until the time that the check is (finally) delivered! I live near Snooze and have tried it time and time again since it opened a little over 2 years ago. The service and the food have yet to improve from the day they opened their doors! Do yourself a favor - go to Pete's, at least you will know what to expect and you won't have to wait as long for a decent meal.

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★☆☆☆☆

The place is always packed and I still can't figure out why. The long wait for average food, served by the most unqualified wait staff in town is absurd! After waiting an hour or more for a (small) table, you can count on waiting again for a waiter or waitress to acknowledge you and/or take a drink order! Once they finally notice you are there, its a toss whether the wait person can maintain a consistent pace of keeping up with empty coffee cups, delivering the food and check when you have finally finished. Don't be surprised if your empty plate is left in front of you until the time that the check is (finally) delivered! I live near Snooze and have tried it time and time again since it opened a little over 2 years ago. The service and the food have yet to improve from the day they opened their doors! Do yourself a favor - go to Pete's, at least you will know what to expect and you won't have to wait as long for a decent meal.

Pros: atmosphere

Cons: service

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If you're lookin for a decently designed place but don't mind inconsiderate waiters and waitresses that think they're gracing your presence by helping your need for service then check this place out...

I had breakfast there this morning and the place was fully staffed with very few people. No water, waited 20 minutes to put in my order after gettin coffee, then after the food was dropped by the guy in the back (which I don't reccommend the biscuits n gravy), she only came back 20 minutes later to drop the check...on top of that the food is not nearly as good as other breakfast spots right in the downtown area. Needless to say the ORIGINAL PANCAKE HOUSE in DTC is WELL worth the trip!

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★☆☆☆☆

If you're lookin for a decently designed place but don't mind inconsiderate waiters and waitresses that think they're gracing your presence by helping your need for service then check this place out...

I had breakfast there this morning and the place was fully staffed with very few people. No water, waited 20 minutes to put in my order after gettin coffee, then after the food was dropped by the guy in the back (which I don't reccommend the biscuits n gravy), she only came back 20 minutes later to drop the check...on top of that the food is not nearly as good as other breakfast spots right in the downtown area. Needless to say the ORIGINAL PANCAKE HOUSE in DTC is WELL worth the trip!

Pros: layout of place

Cons: waitstaff, service, food

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My husband, son, and I live in Albuquerque, NM. We decided to drive up to Denver for a weekend to relax and get away. I got online to find some interesting restaurants and I found Snooze. Nothing prepared me for the experience ahead. We went to Snooze on a Sunday morning (BIG MISTAKE!), around 10ish. The line was out of the door!! My husband went inside to get our names on the list and to find out how long the wait was. The wait was 45 minutes to 1 hour!!!!!!!! I couldn't believe it! So, instead of driving around trying to find another place to eat, we stayed for the wait. There was no place to sit outside, luckily it was a beautiful day. I guess the people at Snooze know the wait is ridiculous, so they had free coffee for people who were waiting. Also, drinks were being served at the bar. There was one bench inside the restaurant, and we were finally able to sit down. Me, being 8 months pregnant, and my 3 year old son!! When we FINALLY got seated, the waitress was very friendly, nice and helpful. We ordered our food which took longer than I thought it should take considering we had already waited an hour. The restaurant is very small inside, and you can barely hear yourself talk over the other customers. My husband ordered the Sweet Potato Pancakes and chicken sausage. I ordered the Almond Vanilla French Toast and chicken sausage. We shared with my 3 year old. The Sweet Potato Pancakes were very good, but I have to say the French toast was lacking. The chicken sausage really had no flavor at all. For such a long wait, I was expecting the food to be superb, not just ordinary. So, for out of towners, I would choose a less popular breakfast place when visiting Denver. One that is a little more quiet and kid friendly.

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★★★☆☆

My husband, son, and I live in Albuquerque, NM. We decided to drive up to Denver for a weekend to relax and get away. I got online to find some interesting restaurants and I found Snooze. Nothing prepared me for the experience ahead. We went to Snooze on a Sunday morning (BIG MISTAKE!), around 10ish. The line was out of the door!! My husband went inside to get our names on the list and to find out how long the wait was. The wait was 45 minutes to 1 hour!!!!!!!! I couldn't believe it! So, instead of driving around trying to find another place to eat, we stayed for the wait. There was no place to sit outside, luckily it was a beautiful day. I guess the people at Snooze know the wait is ridiculous, so they had free coffee for people who were waiting. Also, drinks were being served at the bar. There was one bench inside the restaurant, and we were finally able to sit down. Me, being 8 months pregnant, and my 3 year old son!! When we FINALLY got seated, the waitress was very friendly, nice and helpful. We ordered our food which took longer than I thought it should take considering we had already waited an hour. The restaurant is very small inside, and you can barely hear yourself talk over the other customers. My husband ordered the Sweet Potato Pancakes and chicken sausage. I ordered the Almond Vanilla French Toast and chicken sausage. We shared with my 3 year old. The Sweet Potato Pancakes were very good, but I have to say the French toast was lacking. The chicken sausage really had no flavor at all. For such a long wait, I was expecting the food to be superb, not just ordinary. So, for out of towners, I would choose a less popular breakfast place when visiting Denver. One that is a little more quiet and kid friendly.

Pros: Very friendly wait staff, good pancakes, free coffee while waiting

Cons: Wait entirely too long, restaurant too small, too loud

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Snooze is the best thing about my neighborhood. Everything they serve there is incredibly delicious. Every staff member is very sweet. Thank you for making me breakfast 12097840 times. Especially Pulled Piglet's Benedict.

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★★★★★

Snooze is the best thing about my neighborhood. Everything they serve there is incredibly delicious. Every staff member is very sweet. Thank you for making me breakfast 12097840 times. Especially Pulled Piglet's Benedict.

Pros: The best everything!

Cons: It can be a long wait, but it's worth it.

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I just visited Denver for the first time and this was the first place recommended to us by our hotel (the Grand Hyatt) when I asked where we could get a great breakfast. While I'm usually skeptical about hotel recommendations (in fear that the hotel is receiving a kick-back) this one was right on the money.

First thing I noticed (and this seems common in Denver) is how nice everyone was. Even though the place was crowded (a good sign) the host (also the owner) was EXTREMELY nice and personable (he even came to our table later and gave us some recommendations on other places to go). The place also had a bar serving coffee (I will admit I wasn't too much of a fan of it) and the absolute BEST mimosas. Living in NYC you get used to getting ripped off on alcoholic beverages. Not here. My peach mimosa was not only tasty but potent and at only $6 was worth every penny (they must have been, I had 3).

We were sat rather promptly and both my friend and I went with an egg breakfast. However, while waiting, we were given a complimentary "Upside Down Pineapple Pancake" that was heavenly and definitely enough for 2 to share. I don't know if this is a common practice in Denver as we were given free stuff nearly everywhere we went, but I'm not complaining. Both of us went with an egg/potatoes/meat breakfast and both were great. I ordered my scrambled eggs with red chile, jalapenos, and onions mixed in. The eggs were full of taste with just enough fluffiness, the hashbrowns were sort of potato pancake-like and very fresh. Not too greasy and not too much (usually places will dump potatoes on a plate if they know the rest of the meal is bad). The sausage was very good. A nice crisp casing and a slight peppery after-taste. We both left extremely satisfied agreeing that it was in the top-3 breakfast experiences we'd ever had.

I cannot recommend this place highly enough. While Denver has many great eateries, the combination of food and people here makes it #1.

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★★★★★

I just visited Denver for the first time and this was the first place recommended to us by our hotel (the Grand Hyatt) when I asked where we could get a great breakfast. While I'm usually skeptical about hotel recommendations (in fear that the hotel is receiving a kick-back) this one was right on the money.

First thing I noticed (and this seems common in Denver) is how nice everyone was. Even though the place was crowded (a good sign) the host (also the owner) was EXTREMELY nice and personable (he even came to our table later and gave us some recommendations on other places to go). The place also had a bar serving coffee (I will admit I wasn't too much of a fan of it) and the absolute BEST mimosas. Living in NYC you get used to getting ripped off on alcoholic beverages. Not here. My peach mimosa was not only tasty but potent and at only $6 was worth every penny (they must have been, I had 3).

We were sat rather promptly and both my friend and I went with an egg breakfast. However, while waiting, we were given a complimentary "Upside Down Pineapple Pancake" that was heavenly and definitely enough for 2 to share. I don't know if this is a common practice in Denver as we were given free stuff nearly everywhere we went, but I'm not complaining. Both of us went with an egg/potatoes/meat breakfast and both were great. I ordered my scrambled eggs with red chile, jalapenos, and onions mixed in. The eggs were full of taste with just enough fluffiness, the hashbrowns were sort of potato pancake-like and very fresh. Not too greasy and not too much (usually places will dump potatoes on a plate if they know the rest of the meal is bad). The sausage was very good. A nice crisp casing and a slight peppery after-taste. We both left extremely satisfied agreeing that it was in the top-3 breakfast experiences we'd ever had.

I cannot recommend this place highly enough. While Denver has many great eateries, the combination of food and people here makes it #1.

Pros: Great food, wonderful service

Cons: NONE

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I frequent this breakfast joint and was really suprised when I saw that someone had rated it a one. And also that they did not fill up on the chocolate french toast. It probably means that you are overeating. Plus it's so rich, I can never finish it. The pancakes are pieces of artwork. My favorite is the upsidedown pineapple pancakes.

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★★★★★

I frequent this breakfast joint and was really suprised when I saw that someone had rated it a one. And also that they did not fill up on the chocolate french toast. It probably means that you are overeating. Plus it's so rich, I can never finish it. The pancakes are pieces of artwork. My favorite is the upsidedown pineapple pancakes.

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This place is destined to be a staple of downtown Denver. The owner seems to be there 24/7 and works hard at greeting customers and making sure your breakfast experience is all that is can be. It has become the automatic breakfast place for most of my "power" business breakfasts as a result of the top notch service, excellent, creative, and unique food, and down home signature Colorado vibe. I always get the Spuds Deluxe, which I highly recommend. FYI, this is no biased endorsement - it's just that good.

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★★★★★

This place is destined to be a staple of downtown Denver. The owner seems to be there 24/7 and works hard at greeting customers and making sure your breakfast experience is all that is can be. It has become the automatic breakfast place for most of my "power" business breakfasts as a result of the top notch service, excellent, creative, and unique food, and down home signature Colorado vibe. I always get the Spuds Deluxe, which I highly recommend. FYI, this is no biased endorsement - it's just that good.

Pros: Food, Unique Atmosphere, Friendly Staff

Cons: No Dinner

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I have no idea why people wait in line for this restaurant. I absolutely love breakfast and figured if the line was so long the food must be good. Boy, was I wrong. We waited for an hour in the cold before being seated at the bar. It is way over priced for the quality and amount of food. I ordered the chocolate filled french toast. It had good flavor but it was only one piece of french toast. I was still hungry after my meal, which is not acceptable for a $9 for breakfast. My husband had the breakfast burrito which he found to be bland and very dry and again overpriced. Apparently the new "posh" places do not have to be of any quality to be popular. I think this was the worst breakfast in Denver.

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★☆☆☆☆

I have no idea why people wait in line for this restaurant. I absolutely love breakfast and figured if the line was so long the food must be good. Boy, was I wrong. We waited for an hour in the cold before being seated at the bar. It is way over priced for the quality and amount of food. I ordered the chocolate filled french toast. It had good flavor but it was only one piece of french toast. I was still hungry after my meal, which is not acceptable for a $9 for breakfast. My husband had the breakfast burrito which he found to be bland and very dry and again overpriced. Apparently the new "posh" places do not have to be of any quality to be popular. I think this was the worst breakfast in Denver.

Pros: Urban neighborhood development

Cons: Overpriced, poor food quality, ridiculously long wait outside

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Denver has some great breakfast joints, Pete's and Annie's Cafe among them. When I want a breakfast burrito, I'll go to one of those spots. But a recent experience at Chicago's Feast (which included, among other things, an omelet with carmelized onions and goat cheese), got me craving something a little more last week, so I tried the much-raved-about Snooze.

The place had great ambience, which left me hopeful, but the menu fell flat. There simply weren't many inspired choices (caveat: I don't do sweet for breakfast, so I am not at liberty to say whether the pancake side of the menu was inspired, but I can certainly speak for the other half of the menu). I went for "blah option #2" and t was fine, but not worth remembering.

The large coffee cup was another plus (though our waitress never came back to refill it).

When we left, the place was getting really busy. I heard one waiting cutomer tell another that it was worth the wait. I have to think they just like the big coffee cup, too.

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★★★☆☆

Denver has some great breakfast joints, Pete's and Annie's Cafe among them. When I want a breakfast burrito, I'll go to one of those spots. But a recent experience at Chicago's Feast (which included, among other things, an omelet with carmelized onions and goat cheese), got me craving something a little more last week, so I tried the much-raved-about Snooze.

The place had great ambience, which left me hopeful, but the menu fell flat. There simply weren't many inspired choices (caveat: I don't do sweet for breakfast, so I am not at liberty to say whether the pancake side of the menu was inspired, but I can certainly speak for the other half of the menu). I went for "blah option #2" and t was fine, but not worth remembering.

The large coffee cup was another plus (though our waitress never came back to refill it).

When we left, the place was getting really busy. I heard one waiting cutomer tell another that it was worth the wait. I have to think they just like the big coffee cup, too.

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I LOVE finding new breakfast places, and this was an awesome find. The decor is so fun and hip, the seating is comfortable, very friendly waitstaff and great service. So let's talk about the food...... I ordered an a la carte breakfast taco, which was delicious and very filling, and also a sweet potato pancake. It was soooo yummy; came with sweet ginger butter, like nothing I've had before. My friend ordered the apple pancakes that were perfectly crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside---perfect.

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★★★★★

I LOVE finding new breakfast places, and this was an awesome find. The decor is so fun and hip, the seating is comfortable, very friendly waitstaff and great service. So let's talk about the food...... I ordered an a la carte breakfast taco, which was delicious and very filling, and also a sweet potato pancake. It was soooo yummy; came with sweet ginger butter, like nothing I've had before. My friend ordered the apple pancakes that were perfectly crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside---perfect.

Pros: Fantastic breakfast

Cons: A bit noisy

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Snooze hits the spot EVERY time. I love this place...and I hope they open up in Boulder soon. The manager John is all about creating a dining experience. Pros: flavors for brunch you have never had before (and very consistent!)...Cons: when packed it is hard to hear your pals across the table. Overall my fav breakfast destination in the front range.

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★★★★☆

Snooze hits the spot EVERY time. I love this place...and I hope they open up in Boulder soon. The manager John is all about creating a dining experience. Pros: flavors for brunch you have never had before (and very consistent!)...Cons: when packed it is hard to hear your pals across the table. Overall my fav breakfast destination in the front range.

Pros: Delicious, flavorful foods

Cons: loud when packed

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Best brunch in a long time! This restaurant is cute, sleek and mid-century modern chic. You may have quite a wait, depending on the day and time. We arrived at 10:30 AM on Saturday with a party of three and had to wait about 45 minutes for our table. It was well worth the wait, however. Service was friendly and prompt. We tried the breakfast burrito, breakfast tacos, and pancake flight-all amazing, especially the pancakes. One of my friends loved it so much she took her husband back the next morning. They didn't have to wait for a table and they had a second exceptional experience. For brunch food with an edge and fun ambiance, this place can't be beat!

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★★★★★

Best brunch in a long time! This restaurant is cute, sleek and mid-century modern chic. You may have quite a wait, depending on the day and time. We arrived at 10:30 AM on Saturday with a party of three and had to wait about 45 minutes for our table. It was well worth the wait, however. Service was friendly and prompt. We tried the breakfast burrito, breakfast tacos, and pancake flight-all amazing, especially the pancakes. One of my friends loved it so much she took her husband back the next morning. They didn't have to wait for a table and they had a second exceptional experience. For brunch food with an edge and fun ambiance, this place can't be beat!

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We really wanted to like Snooze. It is right around the corner from our Ballpark Loft and when this place opened, we were excited. On the first visit, it wasn't too packed and we got a table right away. I noticed the food is a little on the expensive side but I am never one to worry about that if I am served quality food. The server was extremely friendly and polite but when the food arrived, it tasted pretty bland and I was not impressed. But hey, sometimes it takes awhile for a new restaurant to find it's sealeggs, right? We resolved to give it a try later after it had had a chance to settle in. A few months later, we were suprised when there was a line out the door. We chatted with the owner and put our name on the list and they brought us coffee. We chatted with the owner for awhile. That's why I was surprised when people that had arrived a half an hour after us were being seated. Finally, we chacked and to our disappointment, the owner had forgotten about us even though our name was clearly on the list. I wanted to just leave but we stayed and again, the food was bland and unimpressive. It also tasted like it had been sitting in the window forever. So, in all, the 2nd breakfast experience took about 2 and a half hours: not what you want for weekend breakfast. Also, the waiter was rude and very unattentive that time. The 3rd experience was just plain awful. I wanted to run out and get my boyfriend an omlette for take out since he had a big day at work ahead of him. This was on a weekday so I figured Snooze would be better. Sure, the food isn't that great but it is the only close breakfast place and how bad could they mess up an omlette??? BAD. I called with plenty of notice and when I went there 15 minutes later, the omlette was no where to be found. Another 10 minutes later, the female server, slammed the to go package in my hand with a very hostile demeanor. Of course, the omlette tasted worse than ever before. I will NEVER go back.

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★★★☆☆

We really wanted to like Snooze. It is right around the corner from our Ballpark Loft and when this place opened, we were excited. On the first visit, it wasn't too packed and we got a table right away. I noticed the food is a little on the expensive side but I am never one to worry about that if I am served quality food. The server was extremely friendly and polite but when the food arrived, it tasted pretty bland and I was not impressed. But hey, sometimes it takes awhile for a new restaurant to find it's sealeggs, right? We resolved to give it a try later after it had had a chance to settle in. A few months later, we were suprised when there was a line out the door. We chatted with the owner and put our name on the list and they brought us coffee. We chatted with the owner for awhile. That's why I was surprised when people that had arrived a half an hour after us were being seated. Finally, we chacked and to our disappointment, the owner had forgotten about us even though our name was clearly on the list. I wanted to just leave but we stayed and again, the food was bland and unimpressive. It also tasted like it had been sitting in the window forever. So, in all, the 2nd breakfast experience took about 2 and a half hours: not what you want for weekend breakfast. Also, the waiter was rude and very unattentive that time. The 3rd experience was just plain awful. I wanted to run out and get my boyfriend an omlette for take out since he had a big day at work ahead of him. This was on a weekday so I figured Snooze would be better. Sure, the food isn't that great but it is the only close breakfast place and how bad could they mess up an omlette??? BAD. I called with plenty of notice and when I went there 15 minutes later, the omlette was no where to be found. Another 10 minutes later, the female server, slammed the to go package in my hand with a very hostile demeanor. Of course, the omlette tasted worse than ever before. I will NEVER go back.

Pros: There are other good breakfast places out there

Cons: Not worth it

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I ordered the Snooze Spuds Deluxe with eggs and bacon and it was delicious. My husband had the eggs benny which were equally good, but the money order here has to be the pancakes--a little sweet and totally delicious. Our server was nice, but the owner was amazing. He kept stopping by to check how we were doing, took the time to chat with us, and make recommendations. If anyone deserves support, it's this guy. I would definitely recommend this restaurant for breakfast (although you may have a hard time getting in on the weekends). This is a great small business to support.

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★★★★★

I ordered the Snooze Spuds Deluxe with eggs and bacon and it was delicious. My husband had the eggs benny which were equally good, but the money order here has to be the pancakes--a little sweet and totally delicious. Our server was nice, but the owner was amazing. He kept stopping by to check how we were doing, took the time to chat with us, and make recommendations. If anyone deserves support, it's this guy. I would definitely recommend this restaurant for breakfast (although you may have a hard time getting in on the weekends). This is a great small business to support.

Pros: great food, nice owner

Cons: the wait...but what are you gonna do?

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Snooze is my new favorite breakfast spot .if you get there early enough to beat the crowd on a Saturday morning the service is great. Even if you are there at the busy hour, they serve free hot coffee while you wait. Everything on the Menu is fresh and has an exciting twist. The breakfast burrito and the pineapple upside down pancake are two of my favorites. My boyfriend and I go here almost every weekend now and we still love it! This is a great place to go if you are sick of eating at the typical eggs and bacon cafe. More flavor and more fun!

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★★★☆☆

Snooze is my new favorite breakfast spot .if you get there early enough to beat the crowd on a Saturday morning the service is great. Even if you are there at the busy hour, they serve free hot coffee while you wait. Everything on the Menu is fresh and has an exciting twist. The breakfast burrito and the pineapple upside down pancake are two of my favorites. My boyfriend and I go here almost every weekend now and we still love it! This is a great place to go if you are sick of eating at the typical eggs and bacon cafe. More flavor and more fun!

Pros: Food, service, atmosphere

Cons: long wait

 

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