I was the one in charge of picking our last breakfast before we head back to Orlando. Ughh...either leaving a bad taste in your mouth or an extremely good one. I was hoping for the latter. I started the search for places to eat near the Denver International Airport. I came across, Snooze. What a great name for a breakfast place. I continued to read and as soon as I saw sweet potato pancakes my mind and stomach were set.
After pulling up outside, you could tell this was the trendy, hip spot to have breakfast or brunch. There was even a sign to let me know my assumption was correct.
So we were on a strict schedule to follow; eat, return rental car, get through security before they shut the airplane door. Snooze was packing them in. Luckily we looked at the menu as we were waiting and everyone decided what they would be having be the time we got seated. Our waiter (wish I remembered his name) was great, he didn't even write down our order and got everything right.
Check out this delicious meal:
Nick had the Corned Beef Hash Snooze’s signature shredded hash mixed with locally made corned beef, caramelized poblanos and onions. Topped with two eggs your style & toast.
To drink he had the Brewmosa to drink-triple beer from new belgium with odwalla oj. Pretty tasty and I'm not a beer drinker. Maybe that will have to change after having a sip of that.
I ordered the pancake flight. Have you ever heard of that? Pancake flight? Your probably thinking boring. WRONG! I had a pineapple upside down pancake, red velvet pancake, and a sweet potato pancake. This was heaven on a plate. You could take all the cutest baby animals and it was not as good as these pancakes! Amazing.
After shoveling all the food into my face we headed out to the airport. Thanks Snooze for a great way to end my first trip to Colorado. The weather was great and the food was wonderful. Taste & Travel is headed back to sunny Orlando.