The ten best all-you-can-eat brunches in Denver

Categories: Best of Denver

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The spread at Ellyngton's Sunday champagne brunch.
Please, sir, can I have some more? And more still? When you're in the mood to overindulge, there's no better way to do it than at a bottomless, all-you-can eat brunch. We recently revealed our ten favorite brunch spots; now we're confessing to our ten favorite spots to enjoy brunch again, and again, and again.

Here (in no particular order) are our ten favorite bottomless brunch haunts when we decide to take the plunge.

See also:
- The ten best places to go for ice cream this summer
- The ten best brunch spots in Denver
- Photos: Tamayo introduces bottomless weekend brunches

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10) Dazzle
930 Lincoln Street
Aside from being one of the best jazz clubs in the world -- and winning Westword 2013 Best of Denver awards for both Best Jazz Club and Best Jazz Jam -- Dazzle has won a loyal following for its unbelievable all-you-can-eat-brunch, earning it our readers' choice award for Best Brunch this year. Dazzle's "Urban Brunch" runs every Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m, and $18.95 buys you a bottomless, homestyle, comfort-food buffet with offerings like an egg and crab scramble, pizzas, enchiladas and Dazzle's sought-after mac n' cheese, as well as classic bloody Marys and mimosas. And, of course, there's always live jazz -- from the Paris Takes Quartet.

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9) Tamayo
1400 Larimer Street
Tamayo, Richard Sandoval's decade-old modern Mexican restaurant, recently unveiled its newest, gut-busting addition: a $35, all-you-can-eat, all-you-can-drink weekend brunch with endless cocktails and small plates, including smoked brisket tacos, huarache flatbreads and pan dulce. There's also a $20 all-you-can-eat version for designated drivers, and a $10 option for kids. Brunch runs from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.

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8) Ellyngton's at the Brown Palace
321 17th Street
For a lavish, late-morning affair, head straight to Ellyngton's Sunday champagne brunch in the historic Brown Palace Hotel. From fresh waffles, pastries, eggs and an omelette station to grilled meats and seafoods, salads and sushi, this multiple-time Westword award-winning brunch has enough offerings to put you into a blissful food coma. Diners can choose from four options: brunch only, Domaine Chandon, Moet et Chandon and Dom Perignon.

Continue reading for more top brunch spots.

Location Info

Dazzle Restaurant & Lounge

930 Lincoln St., Denver, CO

Category: Music

Tamayo

1400 Larimer St., Denver, CO

Category: Restaurant

Ellyngton's at the Brown Palace

321 17th St., Denver, CO

Category: Restaurant

Cinzzetti's Italian Market Restaurant

281 W. 104th Ave., Denver, CO

Category: Restaurant

Garden Terrace at the Inverness Hotel

200 Inverness Drive W., Englewood, CO

Category: Restaurant

Zengo

1610 Little Raven St., Denver, CO

Category: Restaurant

YaYa's Euro Bistro

8310 E. Belleview Ave., Greenwood Village, CO

Category: Restaurant

Guadalajara Authentic Mexican Buffet

11385 E. Colfax Ave., Aurora, CO

Category: Restaurant

Little India

330 E. 6th Ave., Denver, CO

Category: Restaurant


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19 comments
SBMason
SBMason

One of the biggest things I miss about moving from Baltimore to Denver... Cheap Social Brunch!!! From my row home in Downtown Canton I could walk to 4 different places that offered bottomless mimosas and/or bloody's PLUS all-you-can-eat food for under $20. Out here you're basically expecting $30+. Does Denver not like Brunch?? I commend it for the love of beer, but after all that beer through the weekend a cheap brunch would be a god send.

Rob Madrid
Rob Madrid

Yes, thanks, but now I have some more cool places to try.

Kristin Dugan
Kristin Dugan

Parallel Seventeen @1600 e. seventeenth ave with Rachel! :-)

Cindie Marren
Cindie Marren

Oh man. I love Ya Ya's brunch. My girlfriends and I love to chill on their patio with bottomless mimosas and crab benedict!

Fred Kaplan
Fred Kaplan

GReat to know, so now can we have the most delectable, and healthy?

Michael564
Michael564

Great List, and if you ignore Sandoval's spots, really affordable! But $35 for lunch that isn't served on white linens (Ellyngton's gets a pass) is ridiculous! 
Although DJ Cyn spinning at Zengo is nearly worth the "cover charge" by herself!

jamie_in_denver
jamie_in_denver

@Michael564 The Sandoval locations also include all you can drink cocktails.  If you break it out, without cocktails Zengo food is $22.50 and Tamayo is $20, the same as all the others.  

Michael564
Michael564

@Alena Wasserman Snooze is not all-you-can-eat

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

@Alena Wasserman  

Snooze... hates the Homeless.

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