Ugh, who doesn’t love brunching? Having brunch every now and again always makes me feel very classy and always feels like a real treat. There are many amazing brunch places in Boulder, and each varies depending on what you are looking for. Here are a few of my favorites for Brunch in Boulder and what you can expect from each one. Happy brunching!

 1. Snooze


Snooze is a classic favorite, and for good reason. The Boulder location has it all—amazing food, drinks, a cute lil’ vibe, and a great location. If you go on the weekend expect a long wait, but just time it into your plans. The best part of this place is the location- it’s located on Pearl Street Pedestrian mall so plan to use that long wait to explore the mall and walk around. It’s a very fun little brunch plan, and the wait isn’t so bad when you get to also go explore Pearl Street Mall. The food there is incredible and has some of the best eggs benedict I’ve ever had. They have amazing sweet and savory foods, so you can get anything you are looking for. The drinks are a little pricey (around $7), but also super tasty if you are feeling like a treat. All in all, you really won’t be disappointed by Snooze, and it’s always a great experience.

2. The Buff


This is another classic brunch spot in Boulder. It’s got such a cute exterior, and I always love the vibe here. My favorite thing is the drinks they have—a lot of them come in massive mason jars! There is just something about holding a massive drink out of a massive jar that just feels so right and so Boulder. They also have $1 mimosas, as well as a selection of other drinks. The food is incredible as well and the menu offers many different things. This is a great fun place to go when you just want to have a nice good ole Boulder brunch.

3. Dushanbe Teahouse


The Teahouse is just a straight-up cool place to go to brunch. The architecture is stunning; all the pieces to build the teahouse came from Tajikistan, Boulder’s sister city. It is a gorgeously crafted teahouse, with over 40 artisans work on the panels in Tajikistan. It is a very peaceful place to be, and truly an experience in itself. The food is amazing, with several special different dishes. True to their name, they have an extensive tea menu and even have a few tea cocktails. This a special kind of place that you cannot miss.

Rea McLaughlin is an enthusiastic soul that loves life from Colorado. She loves the Colorado sunshine and enjoys partaking in it often by going climbing, hiking or camping. She attained her BFA in Film Studies from the University of Colorado at Boulder where she fell in love with storytelling. After living in NYC for a year to pursue film, Rea is happily back in Colorado enjoying the mountains and sunshine. One of her favorite themes to explore in her art and writing is the human spirit and human connection. When she’s not climbing or creating, Rea loves traveling to music festivals and going to Red Rocks shows. She might ask you for your birth time to check out your astrology chart too! (She is a Leo Sun, Scorpio Moon, Aquarius Rising). She loves to enjoy life and squeeze the very best of out of it.