Heading out for brunch this morning? Lauren Monitz just served up her experience at Harman's Eat & Drink, a brunch that she says not only staved off the hangover hangries, but also offered a "hipper" option in Cherry Creek. In fact, she says, This spot qualifies as one of the "OG pioneers of hipster brunch." But that doesn't impress Jeff, who says:
If hip is a component that you require in food, then you are doing food wrong.
Is going to a hip spot important to you? What do you consider Denver's biggest hipster brunch?
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