Place's to get Breakfast and a brew Thurs Morning in Denver Area

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  1. TIMMYJ21

    TIMMYJ21 Apr 29, 2010 Minnesota

    Coming in for GABF Thurs morning in Oct, early, where do I need to be eating breakfast. Thanks
     
  2. seanmonaghan13

    seanmonaghan13 Aug 13, 2011 Colorado

    Go to Snooze in the LoDo area by Coors Field. They have beer and good mixed drinks and by far the best pancakes and breakfast in the city. Keep in mind the wait is almost always an hour or longer.
     
  3. Jason

    Jason Founder Aug 23, 1996 Massachusetts
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    Snooze is good as Sean said. Sam's No.3 serves Fat Tire. Pretty much any nice hotel in Lodo will have breakfast service and a full bar to order from.
     
  4. Jason

    Jason Founder Aug 23, 1996 Massachusetts
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  5. SalukiAlum

    SalukiAlum Dec 19, 2010 Colorado

  6. Prospero

    Prospero Jul 27, 2010 Colorado
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    British Bulldog if you want a traditional english breakfast & beer.

    Nevermind, saw you're asking about Thursday. BB is only open for breakfast on weekends for soccer.
     
  7. heyduke

    heyduke Jan 14, 2011 Colorado
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  8. denver10

    denver10 Nov 17, 2010 New Mexico
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    Snooze is always a good choice but I will forever be partial to Lucille's.
     
  9. coreymcafee

    coreymcafee May 30, 2006 Colorado

    Love that place.
     
  10. FishPondManager

    FishPondManager Feb 28, 2012 Colorado

    Lucille's is delicious. I also enjoy the Dozens/Pints Pub combo.
     
  11. sir-knifes-alot

    sir-knifes-alot Sep 22, 2012 Colorado

    Lucille's is amazing...a nice change of pace from your typical breakfast food

    Snooze is also a very good choice...the line downtown is always insanely long, but the one off Colorado blvd is usually more bearable. And if your go later in the day there usually isnt any wait
     
  12. scray24

    scray24 Mar 12, 2008 Colorado

    +1 on Lucille's, although i have no idea on their beer selection.

    Cheeky Monk was my choice but it was for a Saturday breakfast - BA Cuir on tap (right after their Bruery breakfast). If they are open for breakfast on Thursday, it'd probably be my choice. A quick look on their website produced no info on their hours. But they do have a new place up north in Westminster.
     
  13. TIMMYJ21

    TIMMYJ21 Apr 29, 2010 Minnesota

    Sweet guy's, thanks for all the info! I'll shoot for Snooze, I get in at 7am and will head on over, denver biscuit is my backup
     
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