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Brunch in Colorado Springs

The 7 Best Brunch Spots In Colorado Springs

Fancy sampling some of the best brunch in America? Head to Colorado Springs. Sure, Denver might be popular amongst the standard tourist, but you’re different. Colorado Springs is the largest city by area in Colorado, which means there’s more space to fill with trendy brunch spots.

And, boy, does Colorado Springs sure know how to craft a tasty, tantalising brunch. Like pretty much everything else in Colorado, brunch in Colorado Springs is trendy and creative. And, some spots even offer stunning views of the famous Rocky Mountains.

If you’re passing through Colorado, plan on staying for a while, or at least for a weekend so you can treat yourself to a delightful boozy brunch. Ready to indulge? Head to any one of the seven best brunch spots in Colorado Springs.

Best Brunch In Colorado Springs

1. Garden of the Gods Market and Cafe

Garden of the Gods opens at 7 am daily, meaning that you can get your tasty fill of gourmet food bright and early. This fresh market, catering service, and bar even offer delicious take-home meals. Simply put, there is something for everybody here. The brunch is the perfect time to enjoy the pretty space and people-watch in this foodie haven.

Brunch in Colorado Springs

2. Urban Steam

Espresso, waffles, and whiskey! What more could you ask for out of a quality brunch in Colorado Springs? Amazing custom waffles are what makes Urban Steam so famous in Colorado Springs. For example, they serve a cornmeal waffle with ham and eggs. Or, for fans of savoury tastes, they serve a savoury Caprese waffle. Simply put, everything here is bursting with flavour and worth a try.

Where to Get Brunch in Colorado Springs

3. Jose Muldoon’s

Authentic Mexican fare might seem like a super Southwestern way to serve brunch, but locals love it and so do we. On top of crafting the most delicious Mexican food in Colorado Springs, Jose Muldoon’s serves a margarita, mimosa, or sangria along with any brunch meal you order. Boozy brunch in Colorado Springs just got taken to a whole new level.

Mexican Brunch in Colorado Springs

4. Odyssey Gastropub

Boozy coffees are just one of the few spectacular brunch treats that await you at Odyssey Gastropub. Pair your drink with some of the finest menu items in the city. Choose from an array of omelettes, a savoury breakfast quesadilla, or even an orange custard soaked baguette. The problem isn’t going to be finding something delicious, it’s deciding on just one thing to order first.

5. Denver Biscuit Co.

Indulge in freshly-baked buttermilk biscuits every day from 8 am to 2 pm. On the weekends, biscuit serving goes until 3 pm. And, you can enjoy a variety of tantalising and savoury biscuit sandwiches, plates, and sides to taste. From buttermilk fried chicken, apple butter, smoked pulled pork, and biscuit pot pie, there’s nothing here that’s not downright delicious. Head here hungry, however, as there’s no way you’re going to be able to stop after just one dish.

Best Brunch in Colorado Springs

6. Motif Jazz Cafe

Sunday mornings in Colorado Springs are for brunch. And, if you’re looking for a laidback, jazzy meal, head to the famous Motif Jazz Cafe. From 11 am to 2 pm you can enjoy a formal three-course brunch every Sunday. Set to sounds of soothing jazz in the background and paired with some of the finest eats in the city, this is without a doubt one of the best brunch spots in Colorado Springs.

Mimosa Brunch in Colorado Springs

7. Peak Place

We’ve saved one of the bests for last, as any Colorado Springs-native will tell you to sample the brunch at Peak Place at least once. Not only do they serve some of the best coffee in the state, but their brunch menu is delightfully creative and expansive. Order some bottomless mimosas and get stuck into some beautiful breakfast tacos. Request a seat out on the patio to truly enjoy the meal even more.

Elizabeth Thorn
Elizabeth Thorn

Elizabeth has lived and worked in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia, all of which have contributed to her passion for travel writing. When she's not writing, you can find her exploring little hideouts in Colombia or watching photography tutorials on YouTube.

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