I discovered this place shortly before I moved back to the Denver area, and I am thrilled that I did. I took my mother there for dinner and we had a wonderful evening. My mom gets cold easily, and they kindly provided her with a fleece blanket (they have a stash of them near the door; just ask). They happened to have half-price bottles of wine the night we were there (I think it's Mondays), so we enjoyed a King Estate Pinot Gris with our dinner. The food was reasonably priced, perfectly prepared and delicious, and the service couldn't have been better.
After I moved to the area, I went back to try their brunch menu. And then I went back again. And again. And again... Now they don't even ask me what I want -- they start pouring my mimosa as soon as they see me and put in the order for my pear, ham and Brie omelet with hash browns and gluten-free toast. (Yes, they have gluten-free toast! And the menu items are marked to indicate which ones are or can be made gluten-free!). This is very much a neighborhood place where they get to know your name, but I also recommend it to visitors, and I always bring out-of-town guests here. They serve breakfast every day, not just on weekends. If only they had bottomless mimosas, this place would be perfect in every way!
There is some parking in the back, but it's very limited, so if you see a spot on the street, grab it.
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