Breakfast

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Denver Biscuit Co.

Grandmothers are culinary geniuses. After all, they come up with ideas like a breakfast “sandwich” comprised of toasted white bread, grape jelly, and bacon—and you always think you’re the only ones on earth who know about this sweet-and-salty morning treat. Imagine our delight, then, on a recent trip to the Denver Biscuit Co., where similarly brilliant chefs have created the Jack Lee, a fluffy biscuit slathered in grape jelly and piled high with crunchy bacon. Paired with a cup of hot tea, this supersized version of our family’s secret snack was better than even Grandma could have imagined. Bonus: The Denver Biscuit Co. has a full roster of other heavenly biscuit sandwiches, including the Franklin, a buttermilk-fried chicken, bacon, and cheese biscuit doused in gravy; it gives any Southern home cooking a run for its money. 3237 E. Colfax Ave., 303-377-7900, denbisco.com

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Snooze, an A.M. Eatery

Multiple locations, snoozeeatery.com