Nothing says “diner” like a massive four-egg omelet. They’re filled with cheese and your choice of breakfast meat. But some of those omelets are incredibly simple and boring. When you still want to get your egg fix but want to change it up, only the best omelets in Denver will do the trick.
4 Great Spins on the Humble Omelet
Try these awesome omelets the next time you want to break with tradition and order something with a bit more sophistication.
1. The Mazatlán Omelet
We wouldn’t be the best diner in Denver if we didn’t know how to make a southwestern-inspired omelet. The Mazatlán features a generous helping of diced tomato, onion, and sharp cheddar cheese and then gets smothered with our famous Kickin’ Pork Green Chili. There’s enough heat to make you sit up and take notice, but the side of sour cream helps cool it down.
2. The Steak Fajita Omelet
Most standard omelets rely on traditional breakfast meats like bacon, ham, and sausage. Our Steak Fajita Omelet throws convention to the wayside. We serve up perfectly grilled slices of steak, bell peppers, onions and cheddar cheese with our eggs. For an added, refreshing kick, you’ll get a side of our house-made red salsa.
3. The Greek Omelet
With this new classic Denver omelet, we swap out the breakfast meat for our house-made gyro meat and add diced tomato, red onion, and a generous helping of feta cheese. You’ll feel like you’re in Greece while you chow down on the eggy goodness.
4. The Reuben Omelet
Do you ever have those days when you crave breakfast and lunch at the same time? The Reuben Omelet is the perfect solution. You’ll get the standard four-egg omelet with corned beef and swiss melted in perfectly. On the side, we’ll serve up a generous helping of sauerkraut and Russian dressing if you feel the need for more tangy flavor. Order a side of toast and you’ll have a breakfast/lunch hybrid that won’t disappoint.
Order Your New Favorite
The hunt for the best omelet in Denver is over. Order one of these great new spins on a tried-and-true breakfast classic the next time hunger strikes. No matter what you choose, you’ll be in for a treat that will leave you feeling thankful that you broke with tradition. Still want to enjoy a helping of traditional breakfast meats? Order a side of bacon, sausage, or ham to go with your omelet!