Sunday fundays are made for brunch! So much so that the good folks at Denver Brunch Club and Eleven Creative Services turned it into a full blown event. We enjoyed the intense Colorado sun at Civic Center Park while attending Denver Brunchfest. There were dozens of food and beverage vendors serving up some delicious cocktails and bites! A few vendors ran out of food before we were able to make our rounds. But, the food we were able to try was on point!
A few of my favorite food vendors were Lola's Coastal Mexican, Element Kitchen, Brazen Neighborhood Eatery and The Egg and I. Their offerings hosted items that were both sweet and savory. Shoutout to Aperol Spritz for the free t-shirt and flip flops. Big ups to the team from Bar Helix for serving up their refreshing beverages. I can't wait until their opening date! Much love to 5280 Selfies for the cool photo booth. Last but not least thank you to Lacey Spruce of Eleven Creative Services for the tickets.
Denver BrunchFest is brought to you by Denver Brunch Club, Eleven Creative Services and these participating parters:
Kachina Southwestern Grill Denver
Carbon Cafe & Bar
Habit Doughnut Dispensary
Lola Coastal Mexican
Blake Street Tavern
Brazen Neighborhood Eatery
Telegraph Neighborhood Bistro & Bar
Que Bueno Suerte
The Egg and I
Proceeds from Brunchfest were donated to Kids' Compassion Project. Through a network of involved families, community members and non-profits, Kids’ Compassion Project creates opportunities for children to serve and grow by hosting volunteer events, providing resources and education, and partnering with other local non-profits.