Ellyngton's at the Brown Palace
ELLYNGTON'S MOTHER'S DAY BRUNCH......10:00am-3:00pm
MEZZ LEVEL MOTHER'S DAY BRUNCH......9:00am-3:00pm
PRICING (does not include tax & gratuity)
Just Brunch..$70.95 Domain Chandon..$80.95 Moet & Chandon..$90.95, Children 6-12..$20.95, Children 5 & Under..Free
BREAKFAST PRICE RANGE: $31-$50 BREAKFAST HOURS: Monday - Friday 7:00am - 11:00am; Saturday 7:00am - 11:00am; Sunday 7:00am - 9:00am
LUNCH PRICE RANGE: $31-$50 LUNCH HOURS: Monday - Friday 11:30am - 2:00pm
DOM PERIGNON SUNDAY BRUNCH (Pricing does not include tax & gratuity)
BRUNCH HOURS: 10:00am-2:00pm
Just Brunch..$53.95 Domain Chandon..$63.95 Moet & Chandon..$73.95 Children 6 to 12..$20.95 Children 5 & Under is Free
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We went for Sunday brunch, we’ve been there a couple of times before and was really looking forward to brunch because we were wanting to celebrate our 30th Anniversary, but we came away pretty disappointed and it really colored the whole experience we had.
The first change was in the pricing and we might have been ok with it but then the second change was less of a selection. I can see paying more for more selection but paying more for less left me disappointed that we chose Sunday brunch for our anniversary meal. I thought the food was fine but not for $70 per person, sorry.
We probably won’t be going back for awhile and while we might have recommended brunch before, we probably won’t now.
Love the restaurant. Fantastic service and perfect experience for business meals.
A wonderful spot for breakfast! There was a lot of variety and options.
Lovely restaurant, very historic location in the Brown Palace. We had Sunday brunch. I took a girl who was turning 12. She had never had an experience like that before and she was very impressed. The food was standard American brunch fare, which made it comfortable for her as that is what she is accustomed to eating. There was a little jazz combo playing. They gave her a small cupcake with a lit candle. I’m glad I took her there for her birthday.
Didn’t live up to the hype. One of the worst hotel brunch buffet I’ve had. Oysters were not fresh at all and you can get much better sushi even from Trader Joe’s.
The 3 of us all ordered hamburgers (and/or bison burgers). 2 of us our burgers were overcooked (I asked for med., the other gal asked for light pink) and dry. Did NOT mention to waiter as we were on lunch and did not have time to have the order re-done.
Sunday brunch at Ellyngton’s in The Brown is an amazingly wonderful experience. We have been enjoying it for over 30 years and look forward to many more Sundays in the future.
Ellyngtons at the Brown Palace has never disappointed and last Sunday was the best yet.
We enjoyed a relaxing and delightful brunch to the sound of live music, with a view to 17th St. We were enchanted by our visit/conversation with Danny Showers and ate exceptionally well. This was my parents last weekend in the USA before heading back to NZ. It was a wonderful send off.... a little bit of a magical experience. We are lucky to have Ellynton's nearby and will surely be back again.
Our waiter kept mumbling about it being a bad day even though we were there for breakfast and the restaurant was more than half empty. Garth even snorted during ordering like he found something funny. Service was slow and food took an eternity to leave the kitchen with 1 side item missing. It was obvious that the 3 eggs Benedicts waited a long time under a warming light. Hollandaise tasted like a cheese sauce. It was ok but not $115 of ok. I've been here before with better food quality.
The food was great & I loved the band. It was Sunday Brunch. Our server was really busy & we had to try to get his attention for more champagne & to take plates. It seemed like someone else should come take away plates. Also I would of liked some smaller plates for salad, fruit & bread. We really enjoyed it:)
Very enjoyable Mother’s Day brunch with excellent food attentive service and reasonable price For the Quantity and quality of the food. It’s a beautiful restaurant in the historic Brown Palace Hotel, this is the epitome me of “the Mother’s Day brunch”
Mother’s Day Brunch
Ellyton's has become a Mother's Day tradition for our family. Food is excellent, staff is personable and efficient and the atmosphere is pleasant. It is pricey, but worth it for the variety.
The food was absolutely amazing. Never had so many food options like there.
Over priced brunch especially on Mothers Day.$70.95 is way too much for mediocre brunch good.
As a Denver Native this was my visit and I have to say it will not be my last. Food was delicious and the service was world class.
Absolutely decadent brunch. So relaxing and enjoyable. And such an amazing selection of food. Our server, who’s name I’m trying to remember but it was something like Anton, was great.
We’ll be back!
Fantastic...all the food was amazing and melted in your mouth. Wish we could have eaten more, as it was all you can eat...but we ran out of room. The music was so lovely and service was great. We had a wonderful time and would highly recommend for a special treat.
A lovely way to spoil my mom on Mother’s Day, with any food she might desire in a beautiful setting and with attentive staff.
The maître D, Jerome, was absolutely rude and unfortunately this is not the only time we’ve had the displeasure of putting up with him. He’s extremely condescending. I’m looking forward to the new owners improving staff.
Aside from that, the food and our server was top notch.
We got the breakfast buffet. Nothing special. Orange juice was not fresh squeezed but from a bottle. Our waiter was great. I had way better food for less money...
I'm not a buffet person....except for this one apparently! The Sunday Brunch buffet is excellent. There was not one item that did not taste like it was individually prepared. Highly recommend!
It is always such a treat to enjoy Brunch at Ellyngtons's. I've been eating here for 20 years and keep coming back; this is one class act. From the host and hostess at the welcome desk, to the ice sculptures, the musical trio, the wait staff, the presentation, and the food itself, the word elegance is not an overstatement. They have it all: shrimp, oysters, calms, mussels, (depending on season), smoked and poached salmon, sushi, antipasto, international cheeses and salads. And that's just the cold buffet. There's an omelet station, carving station, pastas, various breakfast items, including made-to-order eggs Benedict, and a wonderful dessert station including bananas Foster. All this for $54, more for special holidays. Add $10 for a decent domestic sparkling wine, or $20 for a French Champagne, Moet et Chandon, both unlimited.
The only downside over the years is the way people dress for a brunch of this type. More and more we see tee shirts and torn jeans rather than nice slacks and shirts.
If you have a special occasion,or just want to feel special, give Ellyngton's at the Brown Palace a try.
For the Sunday brunch: There is a wide variety of food for any taste, good quality, attentive and well trained staff. Reservations advised but perfect of any special occasion.
We ate at Ellyngton's for the Champaign brunch. The food was excellent. Everything tasted amazing. On of our favorite foods were the waffles.
Great food, great service and ambience. And QUIET! This makes such a great difference.
The food was exquisite, the service was outstanding, and the food options were enough to satisfy anyone. It was a extremely romantic date that will remain a perfect memory
Elaborate amount of choices
We visit once a year for our anniversary. It was excellent as always, but conversation is a bit difficult when seated so close to the live jazz band.
Will definitely be back, not just for the food but the overall experience. After showing pictures of the dessert buffet our kids will be with us.
Really good food of excellent quality. Music was played at the perfect level to provide ambiance but allow for easy conversation. Overall a great way to celebrate an achievement with friends.
Quality of food was inconsistent. Waited 30 minutes and the spread vastly improved. Keith was a fabulous waiter!
As always, we had a fabulous time at the Easter Brunch. Having the live music is just wonderful and adds a layer of enjoyment onto the top of the delicious food. The service is always good, but this year it was exceptional. Our waiter, Keith, was outstanding and added a special touch to our holiday. Our one and only suggestion would be to add a couple of no sugar added options to the dessert table. Several years ago, there was a sugar-free chocolate mousse that was really good. It would be nice to see something like that back again. We'll be back!
This is our second year at the Brown Palace for Easter Brunch. Ellyington's has a lot of very good food so come with an empty stomach. It's a little bit of a tight fit (one of our party was in a wheelchair) but the service is outstanding and it's just a fun place for a holiday dinner. Good for people of all ages. Would highly recommend. Make reservations!
We had a great time at the Sunday brunch. Great food and awesome service!!!
Keith was our provider and he was exceptional!! The Tonmy Showners Trio was split on. The food was as always perfect!!
My food was cold. I asked for med egg came out hard and crusted. Returned came back still crusted. Cost $15.00 for convenience of having a valet.
You should not allow baseball hats and flip flops for men. The sloppy attire of many put a damper on the experience.