“Breakfast is the most important meal of the day”
By the time you came to the breakfast table in my great grandpa’s kitchen, you were plenty ready to eat. Maybe you spent the past hour working the fields or gathering eggs from the henhouse. You might have visited your neighbor’s home for fresh milk or butter. Everything on your plate would have been made from scratch. And any meal, especially one made by my great grandma, would have included potatoes: home fried, scalloped potatoes, maybe even potato latkes. You ate surrounded by family and friends. You shared your plans for the long day ahead and had one more cup of coffee before heading to town. Life for my great grandpa revolved around work and family, making an honest living in a new land. After coming to America from Poland almost 100 years ago, he settled in Denver, Colorado, hoping to make his mark. Blessed with beautiful mountains, pristine streams, and rich soil, Colorado rewarded Zel and his family. He began farming and selling potatoes and eventually opened the Zell’s Potato Company, selling his crops at the city’s farmer’s market. As his family grew, breakfast continued to hold its importance, serving as a touchstone between his life in the old country and his new life in America.
One of the best breakfast places in town. You can either get a really healthy breakfast, or get the best waffles or pancakes with sweets on top. Absolutely delicious. But on the weekends it's nearly impossible to get in, but it's well worth the wait.
"Eggcellent" food. Seriously, you can't go wrong at Wild Eggs. Try the apple bourbon crepes. Savor the coffee....this is the place for a lazy weekend morning.
We absolutely loved this place! From the fresh squeezed orange juice to the eggs Bennie and the smiling faces all around, it was a delight.
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- Mon - Fri: 6:30 am - 2:30 pm
- Sun, Sat: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm
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