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Brunch at Papadeaux

The best part of my Sunday must be brunch. Sunday brunch has become a tradition in our household at least once a month. One of my favorite restaurants to dine is Papadeaux Seafood Kitchen in Greenwood Village. Brunch is served from 9am to 2pm every Sunday for $34.99 per adult and $9.95 for kids ages 5 to 12. The selection is massive, and the food is delicious.

As you approach the restaurant you enter the outside courtyard that is filled with outdoor furniture and beautiful fountains. It is a perfect place to eat when the weather is nice. The inside of the restaurant has that southern New Orleans bayou feel. Not to mention the southern hospitality you experience from their gracious wait staff. But you didn’t come for the architecture, you came for the delicious food. So, let’s dig in!

You better bring your appetite for this comfort food buffet. They have a ham and a prime rib carving station that is to die for. That is if you like meat as much as I do. If not, they have you covered with their made to order omelets, freshly prepared waffles, pancakes, and muffins. I don’t know what they put in them, but their eggs are so flavorful and creamy. I tried my own rendition at home but couldn’t get the texture quite like theirs.

Along with the basics (fresh fruit, bacon, sausage, potatoes), they serve: crawfish etouffee, blackened and fried catfish, boiled shrimp, eggs benedict, a creole style benedict, and a variety of salads. Every now and again they add different selections to the brunch, but the items mentioned previously are a staple at the restaurant. After you have splurged on the buffet, you can top yourself off with their mini desserts! That is if you have room. I tend to work up an appetite doing my many rounds through the buffet line.

Even though this buffet isn’t cheap, it is well worth the price. From the food to the service, they are hands down one of the best restaurants in the area. Papadeaux’s is a great place to dine for a casual brunch or for a special occasion like a Mother’s Day brunch. There is something for everyone in their wonderful spread and if you are bringing your small children, kids 4 and under eat free!

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About the Author


Tiffany is a Colorado native, a stay at home mother of two, and runs the blog To Be Fruitful which helps couples achieve pregnancy through fertility information, romance, and nutrition. In her spare time, she likes to venture out to local restaurants to find the best hot spots and specials for date nights. Tiffany believes one of the best ways to communicate with loved ones is through good food. So she likes to find great places and delicious recipes to share with her readers.

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