I know, I know…. I have not posted in over a month. I feel like it is the same old story each time, but in reality I am so busy and even when I do fun things I want to blog about, I forget to take pictures or just blank in general. But good news, I am actually in the airport heading to Kona, Hawaii and that means lots of time to blog/plan for posts this weeks’ adventures. My sister flew into Denver on Friday night so we could travel to Kona together on Sunday. Yesterday, my boyfriend, Allie and I had a jam-packed day starting off with brunch at The Hound in Denver, Colorado. I thought why not make The Hound the next featured gem for my Denver Hidden Treasures series because you guys, it was delicious!!
I was debating on posting about The Hound because it is such a hidden gem in Denver, I’m afraid it’ll become just as popular as all the other brunch spots in the city. The restaurant is located on St. Paul right off of 6th Ave. in a residential area. I think that is a major reason why it isn’t jam packed with people because it is situated within a neighborhood with few other restaurants nearby. We found parking right across the street, which is another rare factor for most brunch spots in the area.
Paul is looking at me like what did I get myself into
Now the fun part: what we got to eat! Paul and I both got fresh coffee served with clotted cream. Paul’s breakfast was probably the most filling and hearty of the three of us. He got the Braised Pork Shoulder Benedict, which comes with two poached eggs on a fresh biscuit plus their “home fries” aka breakfast potatoes. He loved his food so much, he made a reservation for breakfast next weekend to bring some of his friends while I am out of town.
Both me and Allie’s omelettes were relatively the same. She got the Hound Bacon Omelet and I got the Goat Cheese-Leek Omelet and we both substituted the home fries for fresh fruit because #beachbody. Although we kind of regretted not getting the potatoes because we stole some from Paul and they were delicious!!
If you’re into a boozy brunch, they have $15 bottomless Mimosas or Bloody Marys. Plus a selection of other cocktails. During the week they are open for dinner and as I was browsing the dinner menu, I found a couple of plates that look amazing. Comment down below is you have been to The Hound and any other recommendations here in Denver!
Check out The Hound!