When Snooze first hit the Ballpark neighborhood in 2007, it revolutionized breakfast in Denver. The most important meal of the day became one of the most creative meals of the day, with flights of pancakes, re-imagined omelets and Benedicts, and a morning-themed alcoholic beverage list. Snooze nicely filled a niche that Denver hadn't even recognized existed at the time, and the niche keeps growing, as evidenced by Snooze's expansions into other parts of the Front Range -- Boulder, Fort Collins, the Streets of Southglenn -- and beyond (San Diego), with plans to continue adding units across the country. All of the restaurants boast a hip vibe -- and huge crowds willing to endure waits for breakfast and lunch.
Snooze is hosting a Pancake Day on February 12 at all of its Colorado locations: 2262 Larimer Street, 700 Colorado Boulevard, 144 West Mountain Avenue in Fort Collins, 6781 South York Street in Little... More »
Beginning at 7 a.m. this morning, early-rising college kids from the University of Colorado stumbled into Snooze, the fifth outpost from brothers Adam and John Schlegel, who opened the original Snooze... More »
When Snooze opened its first location in 2006 in the Ballpark neighborhood, restaurateurs in Denver -- and soon, across the country -- woke up and took notice. Today there are four Snoozes in the metro area, with more to come both inside and out of Colorado. With its retro dining room, hipper-than-thou clientele of club kids and big weekend crowds, Snooze can sometimes be a very annoying place to eat. But it can also be a very good place to eat, especially if you crave pancakes.... More »
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