Don’t Snooze on This!

Remember, Breakfast is the Most Important Meal of the Day


Loralee Ward, Staff Writer

Snooze A.M. Eatery, a chain of breakfast and brunch restaurants, delivers the absolute best food. When I am home on the weekends, my mom and I established a Sunday tradition to eat at Snooze. We completely indulge ourselves in the wide variety of foods. I’ve yet to walk into an empty Snooze. If you plan on dining at Snooze for the first time, I plan on joining their online waitlist. Upon walking through the doors of pancake heaven, the divine smells overwhelm one’s hunger—waiting in midst of the aroma could be detrimental.

Here’s my Sunday order:

  • Two Pineapple Upside Pancakes
  • One Chocolate Chip Pancake
  • Two Sides of Hashbrowns
  • One Side of Tender Belly Ham

If you’re feeling extra hungry—as I always am—omit the flight of pancakes, because the size is significantly smaller than ordering pancakes separately. Snooze not only offers pancakes of the week but also seasonal menus. Snooze just released a fall menu with pumpkin themed dishes, and the Pumpkin Pecan Pie Pancakes look awfully delicious!

Here’s my mom’s Sunday Order:

  • Vegan Bliss Pancakes
  • Tofu Scramble

Although my mom’s appetite fails to rival mine, she always leaves feeling filled. Take a peek at their menu if you need any more convincing to eat at Snooze. Fortunate for all Holy Family students/faculty/staff, there’s a Snooze located 2 miles away on 104th Avenue.

To add to the warm, fuzzy feeling one experiences in Snooze, the owner of the Broomfield location sold me on their restaurant for life. The size of my order baffles most waiters, and one day, it caught the attention of the owner. She asked questions about my life and shared stories of her family. At the end of the interaction, she gave me two gift certificates for my favorite pancakes. Leave a Snooze with full bellies and a happy soul!