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.
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.
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.
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.