One of the glues that bonds us together during any holiday is a meal. Whether it is Thanksgiving or Easter Brunch, a meal brings friends and family to the table to share conversation, delicious food and build lifelong memories. With Easter Sunday right around the corner, why not give yourself a leave of absence from the kitchen this year? Get out and try one of Denver’s top spots for breakfast and brunch.
112 E. 8th Ave.
Denver, CO 80203
Le Central was conceived on the notion that “French food doesn’t have to be snooty, stuffy or expensive.” That premise has established this restaurant as one of the premiere spots in Denver for French cuisine and more notably, for brunch. Serving a full and indulgent menu since 1981, which includes appetizers priced to please starting at $2 to $3, Le Central is one spot that will fill your belly without emptying your wallet. Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
609 Corona St.
Denver, CO 80218
One of the premiere dining spots in Denver is without a doubt Table 6. It features a delectable menu crafted for the palate and the eye. With veteran Chef Scott Parker at the helm in the kitchen, Table 6 serves up Sunday brunch weekly from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and usually draws a crowd that lines Corona Street before it opens. If you plan to dine on Easter Sunday with one of the finest establishments in town, make sure to show up early.
1431 Larimer St.
Denver, CO 80202
With a menu of Mediterranean-themed cuisine, Rioja offers a classy dining experience in the heart of downtown Denver. Open for brunch at 10 a.m. weekly, Rioja plans to also serve exclusive specials in addition to its regular menu items on Easter Sunday. Offering an unbeatable ambiance that is simple enough to let the bold flavors and seasonal ingredients dominate, Rioja should be added to your regular list of lazy Sunday brunch dining.
Second Home Kitchen + Bar
150 Clayton Lane
Denver, CO 80206
Nestled quietly in the heart of Cherry Creek North is Second Home Kitchen + Bar. Featuring a Sunday Pajama Brunch weekly, it draws in an eclectic mix of locals as well as travelers staying at the JW Marriott, which houses the delectable restaurant. The menu centers around traditional American fare with an emphasis on comfort food prepared masterfully and served elegantly. And, it’s rumored that the Easter Bunny himself may be visiting diners at Second Home on Easter Sunday.
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1420 Larimer St.
Denver, CO 80202
With an award-winning brunch menu, you won’t be disappointed should you choose to dine at Bistro Vendôme. Opening an hour early on Easter, at 9 a.m., you can get here early enough to still make it to a church service should you so desire. In addition to serving the regular coveted brunch menu, the Bistro will also be featuring Easter specials. The classy dining options and ambiance may well become one of your Easter traditions.