Breakfast is the most important meal of the day – and it’s a concept that still holds true even in the crazy busy days of your modern lifestyle! But making breakfast at home may not be possible so the thought of enjoying breakfast at a restaurant becomes more appealing.
If you’re one of the millions of people who like eating breakfast at a restaurant, then you will find that Snooze is your best choice! Here, you will always have your favorite breakfast items within a few minutes of ordering – no need for slaving over the stove or burning the bacon.
Below are the latest Snooze menu prices.
Flavors from the Hen...
|The Snooze Classic||$9.75|
|3 Egg Omelet or Scramble||$10.25|
|Breakfast Pot Pie||$9.50|
|Snooze Spuds Deluxe||$11.75|
|Corned Beef Hash||$10.50|
|Sweet Potato Hash||$10.00|
|Shrimp & Grits||$13.25|
|Juan's Breakfast Tacos||$9.25|
|Snooze Breakfast Burrito||$9.75|
|Substitute toast or hash browns for a pancake flavor of your choice||$4.00|
The Art of Hollandaise...
All served with house hash browns.
|Ham Benedict III||$11.25|
|Winter Harvest Benny||$11.75|
|Bella! Bella! Benny||$11.75|
|Chili Verde Benny||$11.75|
Flavor Saveurs (AKA Top It, Fill It!)
|Veggies (Arugula, Caramelized Onions, Basil, Cilantro, Jalapeño, Onion, Pico de Gallo, Poblano Peppers, Wild Mushrooms, Red Pepper, Roasted Garlic, or Spinach) - Each||$0.75|
|Veggies (Avocado) - Each||$1.75|
|Savory Sauces (Green Chili or Ranchero)||$0.75|
|Savory Sauces (Hollandaise)||$1.50|
|Savory Sauces (Rosemary Sausage Gravy)||$3.00|
|From the Sea (Salmon Lox) - Each||$3.00|
|Meats (Bacon, Sausage, Ham, Chorizo, or Chicken Sausage) - Each||$1.75|
|Fancy Meats (Beef Barbacoa, Prosciutto, or Pulled Pork) - Each||$3.00|
|Faux Meats (Tofu or Soyrizo) - Each||$1.50|
|Cheeses (Cheddar, Jack, Swiss, Feta, Goat, Cotija, or Fresh Mozzarella) - Each||$1.00|
|Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes||$8.00|
|Sweet Potato Pancakes||$8.00|
|Blackberry SubLIME Pie Pancakes||$8.25|
|Blueberry Danish Pancakes||$8.00|
|Pancake of the Day||$8.25|
|OMG! French Toast||$10.00|
|French Toast Neat||$9.25|
Served with choice of hash browns, black beans, dressed greens, or fruit for $2.00 extra.
|Sandwich I Am||$10.25|
|Peter Paul Rubens||$10.25|
|Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup||$8.00|
|Grilled Ham and Cheese||$9.75|
Like a Feather...
|Egg White Frittata||$10.50|
|Egg White Omelet or Scramble||$11.00|
|The Lower East Sider||$10.00|
|Quinoa Breakfast Bowl||$11.25|
|Mediterranean Summer Salad||$11.25|
|Snooze House Blend Coffee||$3.00|
|Locally Roasted Boomtown Coffee||$3.00|
|Decaf House Blend Coffee||$3.00|
|Local Cold Brewed Coffee||$3.50|
|Tea (Organic Loose Leaf)||$2.75|
|Snooze Hot Chocolate||$3.00|
|Substitute Soy or Almond Milk||$0.75|
Ahhhh La Carte!
|Tender Belly Bacon or Ham||$3.75|
|Polidori Sausage Links, Patty, or Chorizo||$3.75|
|Housemade Chicken Sausage||$3.50|
|Faux Meats (Soyrizo or Tofu)||$2.50|
|Egg (1 Pc.)||$2.00|
|Eggs (2 Pc.)||$3.50|
|Taco (1 Pc.)||$3.00|
|Tacos (2 Pc.)||$5.50|
|Winterish Quinoa Porridge||$8.25|
|Mmm Mmm Mimosa||$7.25|
|Straight Up or Spicy||$6.75|
|Green Tom Bloody||$7.25|
|Add Bacon to Your Bloody||$1.25|
|Bacon and Eggs||$9.00|
|Green Tea-Basil Mojito||$8.00|
|Strawberry Mint Marg||$8.00|
Jon and Adam Schlegel opened the first Snooze on April 2, 2006 in Denver, Colorado. The brothers’ mission: To provide diners with a different breakfast dining experience via a combination of innovative dishes, friendly and comfortable service, and energetic and eclectic atmosphere.
With such a combination, the brothers attained success in their business. The chain now has locations in Colorado, its home state, as well as in Arizona, Texas, and Arizona.
What They’re Known For
Every Snooze restaurant has an exciting vibe about it, especially during the breakfast and lunch hours when the crowd like to gather for filling and flavorful meals. The dining experience here is always the enjoyable kind, thanks to the refreshing and welcoming interiors, the energetic and efficient staff, and the cozy atmosphere where everybody feels like part of the family.
Why Eat Here
When you enter a Snooze restaurant, you won’t go into snooze mode, far from it. You will instead be awoken from your morning stupor by the sight and smell of the food and drinks laid out on the tables of your fellow diners. Your first step will then to make a beeline for a table of your own so that you, too, can enjoy your breakfast or lunch.
The restaurant can be quite crowded on weekdays, especially so on weekends, but the staff has made it a point to ensure that every group can quickly be seated. The waiters and waitresses are friendly toward the diners but are also quick on their feet with the orders and attentive to their diners’ needs. There’s a sense of being welcomed to the restaurant by family, a feeling that stays with you even after you have finished your meal and exited the restaurant.
Breakfast for many people won’t be the same without coffee and the Snooze coffee is always brewed onsite and always fresh, not to mention tastes and feels really great. The pancakes, which are breakfast staples in American homes, are fluffy, milky and tasty, as well as usually served with your choice in toppings like candied pecans, homemade caramel, and ginger butter. The corned beef with hash complements the pancakes and coffee so these are the bestselling items on the menu.
Diners will never run out of breakfast options with the extensive menu at the Snooze restaurants. The Snooze Classic consisting of three farm-fresh organic eggs cooked in your preferred style, as well as served with your choice in bacon, ham, chorizo, or chicken sausage, and toast and hash browns. The 3 Egg Omelet or Scramble consisting of the farm-fresh eggs served with a choice of three fillings, toast or tortillas, and hash browns. The Breakfast Pot Pie is a bestseller because it’s so filling, thanks to the flaky puff pastry covered with rosemary sausage gravy and topped with an egg and served with hash browns.
The corned beef hash appeals to the Irish and Mexican in diners – it consists of the delicious corned beef, shredded hash, and caramelized onions and poblanos served with two eggs and your choice in tortillas or toast. The Juan’s Breakfast Tacos is a filling breakfast with its three tortillas served with hash browns, scrambled eggs, green chile hollandaise, jack cheese, and pico de gallo; it’s also available in both vegetarian and meat lovers’ version.
And don’t forget to enjoy the hollandaise-topped dishes! The Snooze brand is known for these dishes for good reason – the meats are perfectly cooked, the eggs are poached well, and the hollandaise sauce is so creamy. We highly recommend the Ham Benedict III, the I like You E’Lote Benedict, and the Chili Verde Benedict.
The sandwiches are your best bet for on-the-go breakfast fare. The Sandwich I Am, a soft pretzel roll with fillings of scrambled eggs, sausage patty, and cheddar cheese served with hash browns and smoked cheddar hollandaise is a popular choice.
Aside from the standard drinks, the menu also features several beverages. These include mimosas and Mayan mocha, a drink with steamed milk, espresso, Ancho Reyes Liqueur, and chocolate and vanilla syrup. The full bar is as stocked as can be while the background music makes chilling out possible.
Just come right into your nearest Snooze restaurant; there’s no reservation system although the chain provides delivery, takeout and catering orders. Come for your breakfast and brunch, and be sure to bring your family and friends.
To learn more about Snooze or to find a location near you, visit their website at snoozeeatery.com.