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What You'll Get
Breakfast thinks it's the most important meal of the day just because it was born first. Today's deal puts the first-born meal in its place—by eating it: for $10, you get $20 worth of hearty breakfast and lunch fare at Breakfast on Broadway Cafe in Englewood. The restaurant is open seven days a week from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. This Groupon is not valid on Easter weekend.
The menu covers the broad expanse of breakfast and lunch, both of which are served daily. Try the amaretto and peaches pancakes ($8), topped with toasted almonds, sautéed peaches, and a sweet butter sauce and served with cinnamon whipped cream (all pancakes can be made gluten-free). Hop the pond to for some stuffed french toast ($7), filled with cointreau cream cheese, grilled, and served with syrup and whipped butter. If sweetness doesn't suit your morning humors, try the Swedish benedict ($10), a savory dish of poached eggs stacked upon smoked salmon and potato cakes, topped with dill hollandaise. Lunch options are equally plentiful. Try a classic reuben ($8) grilled to perfection, or a breaded cod sandwich ($7) topped with American cheese, tartar sauce, and lettuce. The hot veggie wrap ($7), a basil sun-dried tomato tortilla bursting with goat cheese and marinated, roasted veggies, is one of many vegetarian-friendly options.
Broadway's novelty signpost, a frying pan with eggy orb and utensils, beckons hungry passersby like a siren who's a better chef than singer. The interior is equally inviting, with diner-style seating, a fully stocked bar, and wide windows that let in morning and afternoon sunlight. While soaking in the ambience, satiate a sweet tooth with an apple pie ($3) or malt ($4), or treat yourself to a grown-up dessert from the bar. On Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays, access the depths of the mythical bottomless mimosa for $6.
Reservations recommended for Saturday and Sunday.
- Breakfast on Broadway is standing room only on weekends. The owners of this new-ish Englewood restaurant took no time finding the killer app: straightforward breakfast, brunch and lunch fare (eggs Benedict, omelets, sandwiches and some of the city's more absurd — and delicious — pancakes) with plenty of parking out front. And Bloody Marys. Lots and lots of Bloody Marys. You'll find folks lingering over long breakfasts here, as well as time-strapped adventurers fueling up for the drive to the mountains. There will likely be an order of praline pancakes at every table, either being shared among the assembled or jealously guarded by its orderer. – Tucker Shaw, Denver Post
- Breakfast on Broadway is one of those quirky neighborhood joints where you can count on the unexpected. It's also a place where you can always find what you're craving...At breakfast, though, the restaurant hits its stride, serving super-size omelets, bulging burritos, pancakes transformed into saucers slicked with whipped butters, sugar-kissed sauces and cream cheeses and six variations of eggs Benedict, some of them traditional, some of them newfangled. – Lori Midson, Rocky Mountain News
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 2, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table, 2 for tables of 4 or more. Dine-in only. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. No cash back. Reservation suggested for Saturday and Sunday. Must use in 1 visit. Not valid for Easter weekend. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.