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The Longmont Brunch Guide

Love Brunch as much as we do? Well you’re in luck because Longmont is filled with local restaurants that feature specific menus, specials and more for Weekend Brunch!

Oskar Blues Homemade Liquids & Solids: Home to “craft beer in a can,” Oskar Blues serves up a Bluegrass Brunch every Sunday from 10 AM – 2 PM. They feature Waffle Platters, Chicken Fried Steak & Eggs, Biscuits & Gravy, Breakfast Burritos, Huevos Rancheros, Lalaurie Mansion, and Country Fried Chicken & Waffle Sammys! Enjoy a Build Your Own Bloody Mary and Mimosa Bar! Bring something to strum, pluck or beat for their Open Bluegrass Jam from 12pm-3pm. Click here for the menu.

Oskar Blues Homemade Liquids and Solids.

Dickens Tavern: Built in 1881 by William Henry Dickens, a relative of the famous author Charles Dickens, the Dickens Tavern hosts a Sunday Brunch from 9 AM – 2 PM with classic favorites like Eggs Benedict to unique originals like Candied Lemon Griddle Cakes and Cinnamon Vanilla Eggy Bread. Click here for the menu. They also host Sunday Brunch Buffets every Sunday holiday (please call for reservations). 

The Dickens Tavern & Opera House built in 1881.

West Side Tavern: In the heart of historic Old Town, West Side Tavern is a true neighborhood gathering place with Sunday Brunch from 10 AM – 2 PM. Pair your Braised Pork Chile Verde or Shakshuka with a Bottomless Bloody Mary or Mimosa! Click here for their menu.

The West Side Tavern in Old Town Longmont.

Mike O’ Shays: Established in 1981 by Mike and Nania Shea, Mike O’Shay’s Restaurant & Ale House has been serving the community of Longmont, Colorado great food for over 35 years. Their Sunday Brunch from 10 AM – 3 PM boasts Benny’s and Brunch Burritos, along with many other delicious selections! Check out their menu here.

Mike O’Shays Restaurant and Ale House.

SAMPLES: Samples Longmont celebrates food and craft beer, while offering adults with disabilities a supportive work environment. They offer Brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 10 AM – 3 PM with items like a Kimchi Hash or Poutine Benedict. Check out their menu here.

SAMPLES World Bistro.

Lucile’s Creole Cafe:  Dive into the world of New Orleans with this unique restaurant that features Cajun cooking. With Brunch every day of the week, M-F, 7 AM – 2 PM and Sat – Sun, 8 AM – 2 PM, you can indulge on entrees like Eggs Pontchartrain and Beignets! Creole Menu here.

Lucile’s Creole Cafe Bloody Mary Photo: 303 Magazine

The Post Brewing Company: Famous for fried chicken and Colorado craft brews, the Post Brunch menu served up Saturdays and Sundays from 10 AM – 3 PM is not to be missed! Featuring Man-Mosas, Southern Spanks and Buttermilk Cheddar Biscuits, you are in for some good eatin’! Visit their menu here.

Fried Chicken and Beer at The Post. Photo: The Post Brewing Co.

Cheese Importers: A true destination for any “foodie,” Cheese Importers offers natural, organic and imported cheeses, cured meats, specialty oils, spices, olives, chocolate and other unique specialty foods. Their old world retail store features the largest walk-in refrigerated cheese and cured meat market in Colorado and a broad selection of European housewares and linens. Enjoy brunch in their authentic french cafe “La Fromagerie”  which features daily specials, soups, grilled sandwiches, quiche, baked goods and a full bar! Click here to see the menu!

Quiche at Cheese Importers. Photo: Erin Helzer.

Pistachio Cafe & Bakery: Serving breakfast all day with an added lunch menu, Pistachio’s has unique offerings like Spinach & Chorizo Waffles, Chipotle Benedicts and Granola Waffles! Click here to see their offerings!

Interior of Pistachio Cafe and Bakery. Courtesy of Pistachio.

Janie’s Cafe: Home-style cooking with a bit of Longmont yore. Open Breakfast & Lunch only and are closed Sundays. Click here to view their delicious menu!

Janie’s Cafe. Photo: Traveling Food Dude.