We team up with the Springs Magazine staff to contribute some of our top picks for boozy brunch destinations. Find our suggested stops for the best breakfast+lunch staples plus the rest of the delectable, local lineup at: Best Brunches in Colorado Springs.

Streetcar 520

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There isn’t a better spot for “ladies who lunch” or a weekend brunch date than this bright, welcoming setting where patrons can savor Streetcar’s famous fried chicken and eggs or stacked burgers made with a short rib, chuck and brisket blend. (Be sure to add fries with their to-die-for curry sauce.) Ensure that your crew’s sunny disposition stays intact by washing it all down with a train of bottomless mimosas. D.P.R.

Brunch served 11 AM-2 PM on Saturday & Sunday

520 S. Tejon Street


White Pie

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Pizza is for every meal, and the only way to make this universally coveted dish better is to put an egg on it. This chic pizzeria reinvigorates its New Haven-style pies with a twist on traditional breakfast ingredients, as well as showcasing both sweet and savory sourdough toasts with fresh, seasonal toppings. Make it a true Sunday Funday with a gargantuan Megamosa or spicy Mega Bloody.  —D.P.R.

Brunch served 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday

330 S. Nevada Avenue


Bon Ton’s Cafe

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For an essential Colorado Springs experience, enjoy brunch on the patio in historic Old Colorado City with a mountainous backdrop. Consider it a rite of passage. Breakfast hones in on classic options, including a list of Benedicts and three-egg omelets. Or eat like a local by choosing from their Southwest specialties and Colorado Breakfast features. —D.P.R.

Monday-Saturday 6 a.m.-3 p.m.; Sunday 6:30 a.m.-3 p.m.; Early Bird Specials 6-8:30 a.m. on weekdays

2601 W. Colorado Avenue