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Reader: There are plenty of great brunch places without a ridiculous wait

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We had a long, long wait for brunch at the Highland Tavern Saturday, but put the time to good use: strolling the neighborhood to see what projects are under way in lower LoHi, listing other restaurants/bars with long lines, and arguing over the town's best brunch spots -- with and without waits.

See also: Reader: Anyone who waits in line for ninety minutes needs to have their head checked Guess where we waited ninety minutes to order this chicken-fried steak?

Hearing about that long wait, some readers were willing to share their brunch favorites: Says Michael564:

Snooze, Highland Tavern, Jelly, Mona's --- all long waits for brunches you can get at so many other good places, places that the hipsters have either passed on or passed over.

Want great eggs and pancakes with an unbeatable view? 'Breakfast on the Edge' on Sheridan.

Out-of-this-world french toast? The Universal on 38th. (Perfect option for Highland Tavern.)

So many other places in town, but to prevent the hipsters from crowding me out, I'll keep those in my pocket.

And some were not. Says Jon S:

If you are waiting that long for breakfast, you clearly aren't even hungry and should just stay in bed. There are plenty of great brunch places in this town that don't require a ridiculous wait.

C'mon, spill: What are your the great brunch places in town -- with or without a wait? Share your favorites in the comments section below.


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