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Old Major, La Biblioteca join the brunch bunch

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Two more restaurants are joining the brunch bunch tomorrow. Just over a year after it opened in LoHi, Old Major will launch a Saturday and Sunday brunch menu. And down the hill in Riverfront, La Biblioteca -- a Sandoval Restaurant concept that took over for Al Lado last fall -- will begin offering brunch on Saturday and Sundays, too. And continuing the tradition introduced at other Sandoval spots, this brunch is bottomless not just for brunch cocktails, but any dish you want. See also: The ten best all-you-can-eat brunches in Denver For Old Major, executive chef Justin Brunson has created an a la carte menu full of eggs, oysters, crabcakes, French toast, fried chicken and waffles, pastries and a pork (of course!) burger, to name just a few items. Brunch will be available from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Satisfy your curiosity -- and then your hunger -- at oldmajor.com.

The bottomless brunch at La Biblioteca will run from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. The $35 price tag includes 21 small plates -- think chorizo Benedict and a pork slider -- and an assortment of cocktails; the Bloody Mary and Bloody Maria bar will feature more than thirty fixings toppings and 24 variations of hot sauce. Find more information here.


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