By FAR our favorite spot on our most recent trip was to Snooze in Denver.

From their website: “Founded by brothers Jon and Adam Schlegel, Snooze was born on April 2, 2006 in Denver, Colorado seeking to evolve the A.M. dining experience through culinary innovation, an eclectic and energetic atmosphere and comfortable and friendly service.”

While Snooze was news to me, I found out that have locations in Colorado, California and Arizona… and I’m incredibly jealous we don’t yet have one in Wisconsin.

Snooze has a Bloody Mary menu consisting of five unique bloodies:

Snooze Bloody Mary

On this trip, I was able to sample two. Had I the time, I would have stayed there and tried them all.

First up: The Gazpacho.

Gazpacho Bloody Mary Snooze

MIX:  Pepper & Garlic Infused MEII Vodka w/house mix

CHASER: none

FIXIN’S: Pickle, lemon, cherry tomato

PRICE: $7.25

Next: The Pickled Green Tomato

Pickled Green Tomato Bloody Mary Snooze

MIX:  Vodka, fresh green tomato juice, jalapeno, cucumber, horseradish, dill and house pickle juice

CHASER: none

FIXIN’S: Pickle, cherry tomato, lemon

PRICE: $7.25

Both of these bloodies were AMAZING. They were so flavorful and unique. I highly recommend them both and I can’t pick my favorite between the two.

On top of the fantastic beverage service, the food here was out of this world. I had a pancake flight… yes, three different pancakes… consisting of Blueberry Streusel, Sweet Potato and Peanut Butter Cup.

Snooze Pancake Flight

This place is simply a must if you are ever in the vicinity… in this case, if you don’t Snooze, you lose! I will be back!

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