Places to eat
Snooze an A.M. Eatery
Brothers Adam and Jon Schlegel started it on a then-destitute block of Larimer Street as a late-night breakfast joint before switching to more traditional breakfast and lunch hours. Denver embraced the first Snooze with such vigor that the stains of spilled coffee and Bloody Marys are visible on the sidewalks outside — if you can see them through the throng of hungry customers waiting sometimes upwards of an hour for a table.
Amadeo’s Pizza & Deli
Stopped by for a quick bite to eat while in town. Very reasonably priced! The food was delicious and reminded me of home and a former pizza shop which had fresh made sauce and well-done crust! The sub and Stromboli were full of meat. We would visit again! There appears to also be a bakery case, unsure what other goodies they have during the daytime as we visited at night.