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Reader: Breakfast Is My Favorite Meal of the Day, But Not at Dozens

Where are you eating brunch this weekend? Denverites love their brunches, and every week Lauren Monitz gives you the 411 on one of the many options in the metro area. This week she served up her assessment of Dozens, a mainstay in the Golden Triangle for decades. But you don't make an omelette without breaking a few eggs.

See also: Dozens Cooks Up Brunch by the Numbers

Says Shain:

The one in Aurora is better than the one downtown. How the West Was Won is the best biscuits and gravy in town.
Sam is not as optimistic:
The one in Aurora was one of the worst meals I have ever had, and breakfast is my favorite meal of the day. Everything tasted bland, not homemade, and just all-around terrible.
Where are you going for brunch this weekend? Have you eaten at Dozens?

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