Sometimes you just roll over on a weekend morning and the first thought you have is, “Mmmmmm…brunch.” On those days, there’s nothing that will do other than brunch. We’ve built a guide to help you find it!
Some of the most popular destinations for brunch in Boulder are Tangerine, The Buff, Lucille’s, Snooze, and Brasserie TenTen. When headed out to the more popular destinations, the rule of thumb is go early or be prepared to wait. Brunch is an institution in Boulder and people get up before the hangover’s worn off to score some of Boulder’s finest and most filling dishes on weekend mornings.
Tangerine is known for it’s casual and hip atmosphere and possibly some of the most creative Benedict concoctions in town.
The Buff is a cost-conscious icon, with most dishes priced under $10 and bloody marys and mimosas for only $1.
Lucille’s is creole and Cajun cooking at its finest. You don’t want to miss their beignets (made fresh daily!), the powerful bloody marys, and the incomparable biscuits that will remind you of a featherbed in lightness and sweet Southern cooking in taste.
Snooze serves up some of the best corned beef hash and pancake flights this side of the Mason Dixon line, but the wait on the weekends can border on ridiculous (be prepared).
Brasseries TenTen is exactly where you want to go for a more upscale brunch experience. Still moderately priced, there are fans far and wide of their Eggs Benedict and you can enjoy superior service while you gear up for the rest of your weekend.
But Boulder brunch options don’t stop with these must-try destinations. When you’re looking for a new venue to get your brunch on, check out Yelp’s Boulder Brunch list (we’ve sorted it by rating for you). You can see what locals are saying about everyone serving up brunch in Boulder and make sure that your brunch time is always time well-spent.