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Brunch it up at duo Restaurant in LoHi

I understand the Denver brunch craze. And I certainly contribute to it. I am not ashamed. Brunch is definitely thebest type of meal for my soul – with plenty of hygge. (That’s Danish for a feeling of coziness, a mood of comfort and community.)

Although known for its dinner menu, brunch at duo Restaurant did not disappoint. Located in LoHi, the small space has a beautiful windowpane wall and eclectic art throughout.

Not only do I love brunch, but I am kinda an eggs benedict addict. If bennys are on the menu, that’s my go-to. So when I saw that Westword praised duo for its eggs benedict, I knew my buds needed a taste. Add mimosas and it was a perfect place to take one of my best friends for a much-needed girls date.

The Sweet Sunday was nothing short of incredible. The grilled ciabatta bread was a welcome rift, and the onion confit was delicious. I couldn’t resist adding bacon – duo switches it up daily. My date had the acorn squash hash with eggs, and the waitress offered that the hash was her favorite dish. Plus we enjoyed those mimosas.

“Creative local farm-to-fork New American cuisine in a warm, rustic, continually packed space.” – Google

Acorn Squash Hash

A beautiful space, excellent food, and community with your favorite people: difficult to find a better Denver brunch than at duo Restaurant.

duo Restaurant | 2143 West 32nd Avenue Denver, CO 80211 | 303.477.4141 | https://duorestaurants.com/

Bonus: Around the corner is an adorable florist and gift shop, VaVaBloom. They even had handmade Colorado hats and other Centennial State themed items.

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Liz

Liz grew up in Steamboat Springs. She ski raced around the state (across the country and abroad too!) and was on CU’s NCAA national championship ski team. Liz is most proud of thru-hiking the Colorado Trail. These days, in addition to mountain biking, hot springing, and photographing her way through the Centennial State, Liz teaches yoga and inspires others to enjoy the finer points in life.

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