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- Lucile's Creole Cafe

"5280, Top of the Town Reader's Choice:  | Best Sunday Brunch | Best Bloody Mary"

"The simple things -- a long bowl of sliced bananas and heavy cream dusted with brown sugar, eggs Benny done Creole-style, a Cajun breakfast of red-bean-and-ham hash – prove that Lucile's knows how to do comfort food right. For more than 25 years, the kitchen has made everything from its own hot sauce to apple butter, pepper-spiked sausage gravy, Creole seasoning (which the house also sells) and a proprietary blend of house coffee; the biscuits alone are reason to beatify the chef. In all, Lucile's serves up the best New Orleans breakfasts this side of the bayou." - Westword

"Best Breakfast at Two in the Afternoon" - Westword

"Thank God for Fletcher Richards, who, in his wisdom, decided that what the world really needed was another outlet of Lucile's, his insanely popular Boulder breakfast joint. And thank God twice that he decided to open it in Denver. The space he picked is perfect, with lots of floor space, an upstairs lounge, a next-door waiting area and a second-floor balcony that makes the place look like it was lifted right out of the Big Easy and dropped down on Logan Street. The food is all Louisiana-style brunch fare, with killer eggs Benny, chicory coffee, split sausages, thick-cut bacon and beignets dusted with heaps of powdered sugar...And then, it's laissez les bon temps rouler -- until 2 p.m., when the kitchen shuts down for the day."

"Lucile's, the quintessential breakfast and lunch spot in Boulder, hits Denver with a smile and a "hi-y'all." Featuring Cajun/Creole fare for over 20 years, the menu continues with the same standards as in other locations...Start with fresh juices, beignets and a cup of hickory coffee as you decide on your entrιe. Eggs Benedict, Rockefeller, New Orleans and Jennifer bring many versions of the standard--all with terrific hollandaise and your choice of grits or potatoes. Several omelets, pain Perdue (French toast), granola, oatmeal and rice-pudding porridge make decisions difficult. If you are in the mood for lunch, enjoy homemade soup, grilled chicken salad, muffuletta, or po'boys of sausage or fried oysters. Entrιes range from gumbo and beans with rice to shrimp Creole, crawfish ιtouffιe or shrimp and grits. No southerner would miss dessert, and the decadent chocolate-pecan-truffle torte, bread pudding and banana beignets make for a perfect ending. Lucile's is a welcome addition to that very popular breakfast scene in Denver.Gabby Gourmet


Lucile's Creole Cafe • 275 South Logan St. • Denver, CO 80209
Phone 303.282.6258 • FAX 303.282.6289
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