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Bottomless mango mimosas at Argyll

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Argyll, the gastropub that opened four months ago at 2700 East Third Avenue in Cherry Creek, has just released a new fall menu, featuring oatmeal buttermilk pancakes with boxties and maple bacon; fresh lump crab eggs Benedict with a horseradish hollandaise; french toast with chantilly whipped cream; and "housemade" corned beef hash with eggs and toast.

Oh, yes, and with bottomless mango mimosas for $8.

"My experience says that lots of Westword readers like to eat well and, from time to time, get loaded while they do it," says Argyll's Robert Thompson, "so I thought you may want to pass this along to them."

If you stop in this weekend to try out the new menu, you'll also get a free Brown Soda Bread Blueberry Scone with Meyer Lemon Curd accompaniment.

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