Eating out at your favorite diner in Denver is always great, but sometimes you just want to stay at home. When this happens, you don’t have to settle for a boring pizza or greasy Chinese takeout. You can still enjoy the same food you’d get at the diner right in the comfort of your house. You can even make the day special if you think outside the box. Here are a few simple ways to enjoy food from Denver’s best diner at home.

Have Breakfast for Dinner

Dinner doesn’t have to be boring and bland. Heck, it doesn’t even have to be “dinner” at all. You can enjoy breakfast anytime of the day. Order up some pancakes, French toast, or a Benny and stream some classic cartoons for old time’s sake. It’s like waking up on Saturday morning when you were eight years old, but now you can relive the experience with a breakfast-inspired cocktail in hand!

Get the Kids to Try Something New

When you’re out at a restaurant with the kids, it’s always tempting to order the usual standbys. When you’re at home, it’s easier to get your kids to try new things. Use this to your advantage and order dishes that will stretch their tastebuds. You can even make a game of it and try new things yourself that you might not otherwise want to order at the restaurant for fear of getting overly messy.

Watch the Game with the Best Wings and Beer

Nothing says gameday like wings and the best beer in the Denver metro area. Unfortunately, some people are too embarrassed to chow down on a big plate of wings in public at their favorite Denver diner. If you’re one of them (and we don’t judge), order more wings than you think you need and your favorite beer to go. You won’t have to feel like people are watching you as you chow down.

Get Your Fix at Home!

You don’t have to ignore your craving for food from the best diner in Denver when you don’t feel like going out. All you have to do is place an order at your preferred location of Sam’s No. 3. We’ve got everything you need to satisfy your cravings for great food whether you’re looking to indulge in pancakes for dinner or want to sip your favorite craft beer while watching the game. We’ll still be here when you want to dine in.