Brunch has always been one of my favorite meals. There’s just something about enjoying breakfast foods while also having the excuse to drink before noon! (Am I right?!!) While in Colorado, I decided to check out the Brunch Bus in Denver, which is a tasty and booze-filled event put together by Centennial Tours. I love taking part in food and drink tours while I travel because it gives me the chance to try the best foods and drinks in the area. There’s nothing better than learning from a local who takes you to the best spots. If you love brunch food and are planning a trip to Colorado, you’ll enjoy this Boozy Brunch Bus in Denver experience!
First of all, you should know that Centennial Tour offers a number of tours. They have their Brunch Bus Tour, A Poker Bus Tour, a Denver History and Whiskey Tour, and much more! You can even create your own custom tour with the help of Rick, the owner. I love that they offer so many fun and unique tours. Like I said, when I first heard about the brunch tour, I KNEW I had to take part!
The tour starts off at Corvus Coffee Roasters. Here you get to meet everyone, enjoy some delicious coffee, and explore this fun spot. I loved the unique decor here. I also love that this place is more than just a coffee shop and meetup spot. They also offer educational classes. Want to learn how to brew your own coffee? Interesting in learning how to make fun latte art? This is the place to learn. Once we all chatted a bit and got our coffees, we loaded into our vehicle for the day – The Whiskey Wagon!
The Whiskey Wagon is exactly how it sounds — a comfy party bus full of fun! Here we were welcomed with our first alcoholic beverages and some donuts from the famous Voodoo Doughnut shop. Think crazy, sugary, donut toppings. They looked and tasted awesome. Our first drink was Punching Mule Moscow Mule made by Mile High Spirits. While you may think a cocktail in a can is a silly idea — this cocktail was pretty tasty.
We then made a stop at Torchy’s Tacos to pick up our tacos. It was hard to pick a taco here because so many of them sounded so good! I decided on The Democrat (LOVE THE NAMES!!) which was full of beef, avocado, queso, cilantro, onions, and lime. Everyone seemed to enjoy their taco — no matter which one they had picked!
Next, we made our way to Mile High Spirits for cocktails. I loved here. They not only have an extensive specialty cocktail list, but they also have unique infused liquors. We’re talking creations like pickle vodka and cucumber jalapeno gin! I decided on a punch that was very flavorful. If you’re traveling to Denver and enjoy cocktails, this is a great place to visit.
We also got to learn all about how they made whiskey and their other liquors here. It was really interesting. After spending some time here, we piled back on the Whiskey Wagon. We got to continue drinking as Rick had a cocktail creation waiting for us — it was great! Our final stop was to head to the famous Denver Biscuit Company. I had heard so many good things about this place, so I was excited. I’m happy to report that their biscuits really are as good as people say! Just like the tacos, it was hard to choose what I wanted! I decided on The Dahlia. This was a yummy breakfast sandwich with a sausage patty, apple butter, a fried egg, and maple syrup. YUM! Here’s a look at what one of their amazing breakfast sandwiches look like:
We got to enjoy our yummy biscuits on the ride back to Corvus Coffee Roasters. I really enjoyed all the delicious stops and it was so fun interacting with everyone on the Whiskey Wagon. If you’re into brunch as much as me, I recommend taking part in this Centennial Tours Brunch Party Bus in Denver!
Interested in taking a tour? Contact Centennial Tours. Here’s more info!
Brunch Bus Tour Cost: $100 per person
I hope you enjoy the tour just as much as I did!
Disclaimer: I was invited to take part in this tour. I truly found it it to be boozy, brunch, and delicious!