Breakfast and Brunch

Brunch at Session Kitchen: A Sensory Overload in all the Right Ways

With a playful twist on tapas-style dining, Session Kitchen encourages sharing globally inspired, locally sourced, seasonally influenced cuisine in large and small portions. Weekend brunch is the re-conceptualized version of its lunch menu, which management did away with a few months back, so it's still a relative secret - meaning there are tons of open tables. It's a great way to try one of Denver's most unique restaurants if you haven't gotten over there yet. I went on opening week for dinner and they hadn't worked all the menu kinks out yet, with patrons being a bit confused by the session concept, but I'm glad to have gotten the opportunity to give it a second chance -- ordering is much more straightforward now, with the menu simply separated into large and small plates.

See also: Session Kitchen Hits the Right Notes After Some Menu Rearrangement

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Lauren Monitz manages conent and digital strategy for Travel Mindset and iExplore when she's not eating brunch.
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