The Brunch Bunch

Rise and shine, hipsters! Two of Denver’s finest bar/pub hangouts are now serving brunch.

Sputnik -- located at 3 South Broadway next to the hi-dive -- has been serving up brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays for about a month now, and offers a nice, spicy bloody Mary for $3 and bottomless mimosas for $5. The hangover bowl is a true force to be reckoned with after a night of too many indulgences, brimming over with scrambled eggs, vegetarian green chile, cheese and sweet potato fries, all for just $6. You can add chorizo $1 more (a meatless version is available, too).

The Streets of London Pub at 1501 East Colfax Avenue also started doling out that perfect blend of breakfast and lunch that is Sunday brunch about a month ago. From noon until 3 p.m., you can imbibe $2 bloody Marys and mimosas and $1 red beers while sampling food from an extensive menu of breakfast favorites, salads and sandwiches. The French toast with berries will set you back $6.50, and big breakfast burritos are $7.

For more information on Streets of London Pub, call 303-861-9103. Sputnik updates can be found at www.hi-dive.com. – Aubrey Shoe

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