Always busy but the wait never lasts long. Great bread and breakfast fare. Service is prompt and friendly
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We ate breakfast here all three mornings of our stay in Glenwood Springs. It's within easy walking distance of the Denver Hotel. We tried different omelettes, french toast and polish sausage. The eggs in the omelettes were light, fluffy and not dry. The french toast...More
This place is rustic but the staff was very nice. My husband had the Scandinavian Benedict and could not get over his meal, it was the best he ever had. I stuck to toast and coffee after last night's debauchery.
We went to the daily bread, boone, NC for lunch. The food was fabulous. I had A PORTOBELLO mushroom sandwich, my husband had a apple and Pecan salad. We shared a surprise bar for dessert. We are lucky to find parking. I do not like...More
This place has never let us down. We have been coming here, every time we pass thru Glenwood. Everything is home made. The owner not just cooks but helps the wait staff herself. You know the place is good when even the locals come every...More
Love going here, must try is the Greek Omlette, ask for feta cheese and kalamata olives too. Always take 1/2 home!! Great for young and old alike!!
Only tried this for breakfast. If you like polish sausage, this is the place for you. It doesn’t agree with either of us so some of the more interesting options on the breakfast menu were not available to us. I had their specialty potato pancakes,...More
We ate here for breakfast and was NOT disappointed. Very large portions and the food was wonderful. Can't say enough about their breakfast menu-- was crowded so go early
We always stop here for breakfast when we stay in Glenwood Springs. The food is top quality, the servers are fun and friendly. Their locally made jam/jelly is fabulous!
My sister found this place based on TripAdvisor reviews. What a great find. It doesn't look like much from the street, but there is good food inside. The breakfasts are filling with good sized portions. I had a skillet, my sister had an omelet, and...More