Sunday, February 27, 2011

Ellyngton's at the Brown Palace Hotel

Menu or Buffet: Buffet, but Ellyngton's also serves a regular menu breakfast
Hours: Brunch buffet is Sunday, 10-2
Neighborhood: Downtown
$49, $59, $69 or $117, depending on whether you want champagne and what kind.  Kids 5 and under eat free, and 6-12 is $17.
Bottomless, and you get to choose to pay $10, $20, or $68 depending on what kind of bubbles you'd like.

What's on the menu:

Eggs and Waffles
breakfast breads & meats, eggs benedict, waffles, pancakes & omelet’s prepared to order, cream cheese blintzes, hashbrowns

Meats/Carving Station
bacon, meats, poultry & fish dishes, new recipes weekly

Salad Stations
antipasto style, composed salads, grilled vegetables, tossed caesar salads selections of american & international cheeses, artisan breads & compotes, pineapple, strawberries, raspberries, melon

jumbo shrimp, oysters and mussels, house cured salmon, smoked seafood selection & citrus crème fraîche

California rolls, spicy tuna, vegetarian rolls, ahi, king salmon, unagi & shrimp nigiri, organic pickled ginger, low sodium soy & wasabi

basket of house baked pastries, croissants, fruit muffins & sliced nut breads, fresh baked cakes, tarts, pastries, petite fours, mousse, cookies, crème brûlée, cheese cakes, chocolate fountain

Fruit, scrambled eggs, a pancake with whipped cream and berries, hashbrowns, and a cream cheese blintz.

What makes it special: It's fancy enough to make you feel pleasantly pampered, but not so much that you can't relax and really enjoy yourself. Some guests wear a coat and tie; and others, slacks and t-shirts. (The crowd leans toward being dressier, though.)

Highlights include—
  • The service. The Brown Palace always excels in this department. Each and every member of the staff is engaging and quick with a smile and a hello.
  • A live jazz trio! ♫ ♫ ♫
  • The atmosphere. The wallpaper, the potted bamboo trees, and the ice sculptures make for a very interesting brunch experience.
  • A dessert bar to satisfy the most discerning choco-snob.

Address: 321 17th Street, Denver, Colorado 80202
Last visited: February 27, 2011
Website: Ellyngton's Dom Brunch
Phone number:

Keep in mind, brunch items and prices may change. Call the restaurant or visit their website for the latest information. You can also check out recent reviews on yelp.

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