While in Denver, we tried to make our rounds to a couple diners. I’m not 100% sure Snooze is considered a diner. It more or less falls into the gray area. Anyway, Snooze was right near our hotel and my good friend, Kevin, said it was good so we decided to give it a try.
We arrived at Snooze in Westminster on a weekday, and it was busy but not chaotic. They quickly sat us in one of the modern booths.
Snooze has several locations, and the one at Westminster is the newest. The inside has a full-length bar, is very open, and plenty of booths and tables.
The coffee was brewed hot with plenty of whipped cream. It was good. I appreciated how large the coffee mugs were too.
The menu at the Snooze is unique and fun. They have several breakfast and lunch options including pancakes, omelets, and small salads. I ordered the B.E.A.T Sandwich which came with bacon, fried egg, arugula and sliced tomato served with bacon-tomato aioli on a toasted ciabatta roll.
I liked the food and the ciabatta roll was great, however, the portion size was small. I could have used a little more food.
Even though it was busy, our waitress was kind and attentive. She refilled everything quickly and our food came out fast as well. I have no complaints.
For my sandwich and coffee, the cost was $12, which I did find more pricy for the amount of food.
Overall Thoughts/Would I Come Back?
I liked Snooze and if I’m in the Denver/Colorado area I would go back. I might end up ordering two entrees though.
Closeby diners I’ve Been:
Sams 3 (Denver)
New Castle Diner (New Castle, Co)
King Chefs Diner (Colorado Springs)
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Question for you: What is your favorite breakfast?
Awesome! I got the chance to go to Snooze when I was out there a few summers ago – I liked it a lot!
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