Continental Breakfast adds value and convenience to travel accommodations which can make all the difference when comparing hotels in a new city. Whether it is a business trip or a weekend get-away having one less meal to plan changes the entire trip. Everything is perfectly in place to make it to the hotel dinning room any time between 6am and 10am until it is 9:55am and the allure of hotel sheets far outweighs rushing to the elevator for what might be left of self-serve cereal, scrambled eggs, and bacon (if you’re lucky). Fully empathizing with this all too common set back The Travel Joint is ready with a comprehensive list of fantastic brunch restaurants that fit the schedules of all travelers, especially the weary ones.
Hours: Sunday Brunch 9:30am – 1:30pm
Address: 200 Inverness Drive West Englewood, CO 80112
Colorado’s Westword raves of this “awesomely overwhelming Sunday brunch” and with good cause. The Garden Terrace at The Inverness Hotel is an ideal mix of all-you-can-eat and á la carte menu items. This sea food oriented selection features Iced Snow Crab, Oysters on the Half Shell, in addition to brunch mainstays such as made to order omelets and Belgian waffles.
Hours: Sunday Brunch 10:00am – 2:00pm
Address: 3535 S Yosemite St. Denver, CO 80237
Most importantly, (for the purposes of this article) Citron Bistro does not even open until the dreaded 10 o’clock hour. After you have hit the snooze button enjoy a leisurely trip through the Greenwood Village section of Denver and start your day with American, Mediterranean and Southwestern menu selections. This rustic yet modern setting includes a casual smoking area as well as a fire place both perfect for recovering from the night before or gearing up for the day ahead.