Snooze at Southglenn

This morning my family took my wife to breakfast and she choose Snooze.  While the kids & I had never been, she had once.

Snooze is one of the latest restaurants at The Street of Southglenn – but you would never know it as the crowds are fierce.  We arrived at 8 am and waited about 40 minutes for a table.  I can’t say I have ever waited that long for breakfast before but it was certainly worth it.

burrito

 

The menu had all sort of clever names and descriptions.  Apparently the pancakes are the specialty – you can get a flight (a flight of pancakes?) or a solo kind, and they have all sorts.

Between the four of us we ordered a Snooze Breakfast Burrito, Sticky Bun French Toast, 3 Egg Scramble with hash browns and my son opted for the plainer Chocolate Chip Pancakes.

french toast

And if that was not enough – we ordered 1 Graceland Pancake to the table to share.  That thing came first and it was more like a dessert then breakfast – but quite tasty.  It was buttermilk pancakes with bananas in them, and then topped a creamy peanut butter and carmel sauce with bacon.  My wife insisted we try this and it was really good.

graceland

There is also a full bar at Snooze but we skipped the mimosas today – perhaps next time we will head for lunch and try them then.

There are several Snooze locations, we ate today in the south Denver suburbs at The Streets of Southglenn – in Centennial but a hop skip & jump from Greenwood Village, Littleton, Englewood, Highlands Ranch Cherry Hills Village, and Lone Tree.

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Steve is a Colorado real estate agent that represents home buyers and sellers in the Denver metro area and suburbs. He writes here about the local home market as well a few other sites. He has lived in Highlands Ranch since 1995 with his family. You can also find him on Twitter, Facebook and Google Plus.

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