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Denver Biscuit Company Review

Yay, comfort food!

If you’re looking for a hip breakfast place in Denver, Colorado, look no further than Denver Biscuit Company.

With three locations in Denver and one in Aurora, you are sure to get your fix of biscuits and gravy yummyness. Another perk: Each location shares space with Atomic Cowboy and Fat Sully’s Pizza.

So if your friend is like, “Ugh. I don’t like biscuits and gravy…” You can be like, “Cool. I’ll make new friends at Denver Biscuit Company/Atomic Cowboy/Fat Sully’s Pizza.”

You don’t need that kind of negativity in your life.

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When to go

Denver Biscuit Company is open 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., Monday-Friday and 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The earlier you arrive, the better. This place is packed on the weekends. Plan for a 30-90 minute wait on Saturday or Sunday morning.


What to expect

Be ready to parallel park at all Denver locations. Street parking can be tricky to find, you may end up parking several blocks away. Expect to wait for a table. There is very little space to stand inside and wait. Bring a jacket and hang out on the benches out front. Once you are seated, expect greatness. The food is so good, you will be back soon enough for more.

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“I’ll die happy if I never have another biscuit sandwich again. I had the Winona and it was so good I’m left thinking about it hours later. Coffee was good and self serve. I always love that especially with how popular the place is, but the wait wasn’t bad. Service was awesome. I definitely recommend.” – Cassandra Matkin, Google reviews

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What to order

Everything is good. If you’re looking for the classic, go with Biscuits and Gravy (pictured above). My husband gets this every time and I’m always jealous. I’ve also gotten the Chicken Biscuit Pot Pie (below, left). It was delicious, but I was missing that gravy that Denver Biscuit Company is known for. I’d also recommend the Cordon Bleu which has buttermilk fried chicken, Tender Belly ham, cheddar cheese & local Colorado honey butter (below, middle). On our first visit, we ordered a biscuit cinnamon roll (below, right) to split. Boy, that thing was big! We ate half and took the rest home.

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You can also order from the Atomic Cowboy or Fat Sully’s pizza menu any time of the day.

Be sure to check out my Best Brunch in Denver list for more recommendations.

Thanks for reading,


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