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Where to Brunch on New Year’s Day 2017

Resolution for 2017: Brunch more

How better to welcome the New Year than with smothered burritos and botyeartomless mimosas? Sure we have resolutions, but we might just have to start them after brunch. Here are some top-notch spots to ring in 2017.

Tamales at Factotum Brewhouse

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Throw on your favorite jersey and swing by Factotum Brewhouse {3845 Lipan Street, Denver, 720.441.4735} for beer, football, and traditional New Year’s Day tamales by Tamales by La Casita. The brewhouse will also be giving away a limited number of $1 beer of the month memberships, first come first serve.

Epic Brewing’s 2nd Annual Hangover Party

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Beer cocktails, brunch, and football all at Epic Brewing Company {3001 Walnut Street, Denver; 720.539.7410}. Mile High Cajun will dishing out breakfast selections all day long while the brewhouse will be doling out beer cocktails, fresh from the tap. Wear your pajamas to receive 10-percent off your tab or show up in your New Year’s outfit from the night before to receive 20-percent off.

Bogo Brunch at Denver Deep Dish

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Bogo brunch is always a good idea. Pop into Denver Deep Dish {1200 West 38th Avenue, Denver; 720.619.3337} for buy one get one brunch items including the Thin Crust Breakfast Pizza made with sunny side eggs, Polidori sausage, and Tender Belly Bacon. Wash it all down with $12 bottomless mimosas and ring in the New Year right.

Buffet Brunch at Viewhouse Centennial

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Nix the hangover over at Viewhouse Centennial {7101 South Clinton Street, Centennial; 303.816.3160} for their New Year’s Buffet Brunch. From 10am–2pm guests can choose from an all-you-can-eat meat carving station, seafood towers, and a signature Bloody Mary Bar, complemented by live music from an Acoustic Jazz Trio. Adults are $36.95, children (ages 6-12) are $9.95, and children under 5 dine for free.

Hangover Brunch at Carbon Bistro

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Killa B Bloody Mary. Photo courtesy of Carbon Beverage Cafe and Habit Doughnuts

If you are in need of a stacked Bloody, look no further than Carbon Beverage Cafe {1553 Platte St #130, Denver; 720.428.8565}. Order up the Killa B Bloody Mary with shishito-infused vodka, Wu Tang tots, and a shishito deviled egg on a cucumber nest sure to soothe your aching head. The cafe will also be serving up brunch specialities including Devil Fried Chicken and Waffles and the Giant Fried Egg Sandwich.

Game Day Brunch at The Palm

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Fill up before the game at The Palm {1672 Lawrence Street, 303.825.7256}. Beginning at 10:30am, indulge in high-end buffet options including scrambled eggs, pancakes, fresh fruit, and more for only $25. Game-day ticket holders can catch a free bus to and from the game straight from The Palm. The bus ride is free however reservations are required, call ahead to reserve your spot.

New Year’s Chili Cook-off at West End Tavern

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The West End Tavern {926 Pearl Street, Boulder;303.444.3535} is kicking off the New Year with it’s annual Chili Cook-Off. Guests can sample three chili concoctions, right from the kitchen. The tavern will also host a slew of NYD specials including $10 Barbecue Nachos and $14 pitchers of Post Brewing Company’s Howdy Beer, prime options for watching the Broncos game.

No Resolutions Brunch at Central Bistro and Bar

Central Bistro and Bar

Smothered Burrito. Photo courtesy of Central Bistro and Bar

Our resolutions start after brunch. Head over to Central Bistro and Bar {1691 Central Street, Denver; (303) 477-4582} for their annual No Resolutions Brunch and experience their full brunch menu—including the Smothered Bistro Breakfast Burrito and Chicken Fried Brie Waffles—and wash it down with their lineup of seasonal mimosas.

Industry Brunch at Basta

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Working this New Year’s Eve? Let BASTA {3601 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder;303.997.8775} treat you at their annual industry brunch. From 11am-2pm, celebrate with fellow industry workers and dine on large-format menu items including a collaboration with Rosenberg’s bagels, eggs, and truffles (all served in a jar) and pork belly by the pound, finished with bottles of champagne and hair-of-the-dog cocktails using Bougie cocktail syrups. Basta is offering three seating times (11am, 1pm, and 3pm), make your reservation here.

Morgan Carter, Editor