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Ellyngton’s in Denver, Colorado

An amazing and luxurious champagne brunch. Fantastic!

I had heard that within the historic Brown Palace that Ellyngton’s is famous for their brunch. I can understand why after having an amazing dining experience. This is truly special from the plethora of high quality buffet choices to the decadent dessert tables. And of course, the champagne! Look to Ellyngton’s to indulge yourself by enjoying the wonderful Sunday Champagne brunch.

My champagne of choice was Moet & Chandon and of course, paired with chocolate…heaven!

Location:

The restaurant is located inside The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa. Walk through the lobby and it is situated to the right of the entrance. Be sure to stop and admire the atrium area of the lobby. They do a nice afternoon tea as well. It is exquisite.

Décor:

The décor sings of the Gatsby era. They have done a fabulous job of maintaining the integrity of the history of The Brown Palace. It is luxuriously decorated. You feel as if you been transported back in time.

Beautiful decor! Cheers!

Menu:

The brunch is entirely buffet. However, you are able to order a specialty eggs benedict dish from your waiter. There is such a wide variety offered at the buffet that it will leave you wishing you could try it all. From the prime rib, to the fresh seafood bar, there is plenty to choose from. All is excellent quality and the food is replenished often. The dessert area is very nice. They have a chocolate fountain as well as many flavorful and beautifully decorated options. The pastry chef is amazing with the offerings and the presentation. There are three price levels for the buffet depending on the champagne that you order. The highest level being the Dom Perignon (which is only one glass at a time). My husband and I choose the Moet Chandon. It was an outstanding selection and it is bottomless.

Delicious selections at the buffet!

Exquisite cheeses and fruits.

Decadent desserts!

Service:

Our server Anthony was excellent. He was friendly and attentive! What he was best at was keeping my champagne glass bottomless. Thanks Anthony!

Restrooms:

The restrooms were very nice, clean, and well maintained.

Final Thoughts:

Ellyngton’s is one of those experiences that you will remember. Though it is on the expensive side, it is well worth it. From prime rib, shrimp, sushi, pastries, egg dishes, and fantastic desserts, you will enjoy it all. For a distinctive occasion or just to treat yourself, this is a very special restaurant. I would especially recommend this to start your Sunday morning with romance by treating your significant other to luxury, fine dining and of course, champagne!

The star of the show, Dom Perignon.

#5StarTip🌟: Be sure to make reservations in advance (OpenTable) as it is a very popular restaurant.

Ellyngton’s rates an #Always5Star: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Cheers!

**I was not compensated in any way for this post. My opinions are completely my own based on my experiences which I paid entirely for myself.


About Pamela Rossi

Pamela Rossi

I am passionate about travel and taking each moment and making it a five star experience. My goal is to create those experiences for YOU!


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