Snooze takes breakfast to the next level with their inventive pancake of the day, crazy pancake combinations, stuffed french toast, and unique Benedict options. Going to Snooze causes a constant struggle…typically when out to breakfast I go with the savory options but Snooze makes such fun and delicious sweet options, I am always torn between the two! Luckily, many of the people I go with have the same dilemma and so we share both :)
I am a huge sharer which I definitely get from my mom. I love to try everything so it is always difficult when I have to pick just ONE thing on the menu! Whoever I date and eventually marry must have this same quality or else we may have some problems :) My mom took me to Snooze on my birthday and we shared the Velvet Elvis Pancakes and the Shrimp ‘n Grits Benny.
The Velvet Elvis Pancakes were red velvet pancakes topped with peanut butter-cream cheese frosting, bacon maple syrup, fresh bananas and chopped nuts. I couldn’t resist ordering this because it had two of my favorite spreads: peanut butter and cream cheese! The pancakes were delicious! And even though the toppings sound a little heavy, it was surprisingly light.
Other sweet options I have enjoyed are the s’mores french toast and the sweet potato pancakes with homemade caramel, pecans and ginger butter. The menu constantly has new items so there is always something different to try!
The Chilaquiles Benedict with barbacoa beef over a stack of ranchero sauced tortillas and melted cheese with poached eggs, smoke cheddar hollandaise, and pico de gallo is my favorite Benedict thus far. However, since I like to always try new things I have also had the Bella! Bella! Benny and Shrimp n’ Grits Benny.
The Bella! Bella! Benny has thin slices of prosciutto, Taleggio cheese, and poached eggs on toasted bread with cream cheese hollandaise, balsamic glaze and arugula. This one has good flavor but I am not a fan of crunchy bread. Then the Shrimp n’ Grits Benny was good but could of had more shrimp. The house hash browns that are served on the side are very good. I love them with ketchup and hot sauce :)
We all enjoyed our food! Even little Ramona Moon was happy except she really just wanted the frosting off the pancakes :)
Note: There are locations in Boulder, Denver, Fort Collins, and San Diego. On weekends the wait can be up to 2 hours. During the week, typically there is still a 15-30 minute wait.
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