Eggs and More serves up morning meals in Greenwood Village

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MJ Sadeth has spent over twenty years in the restaurant business; she once owned House of Kabob, Shiraz and the now-defunct Saffron, restaurants she sold four years ago. So when she started building Eggs and More in Greenwood Village, she drew on what she'd learned over the course of two decades.

"I made this restaurant from scratch," she says. "It's beautiful. I put all my years of experience into it."

After running lunch and dinner spots for years, Sadeth wanted to do a breakfast joint focused on healthy morning meals.

Her menu, as the name suggests, focuses on egg dishes, but there's more, including several varieties of crepes featuring vegetables, fruits or goat cheese. The emphasis is on organic, with everything from fresh orange and carrot juice to the hollandaise for the eggs Benedict made from scratch.

Eggs and More opened on March 1. It'll be serving breakfast all day every day, from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m. For more information, call 303-220-3447.

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