The Huckleberry; Louisville, CO

When traveling, always ask the locals for restaurant suggestions. We stayed with our friends Michael & Wade in Louisville, CO after Gilly & Jerry’s wedding. It was a great visit, and we can’t wait to head that way again! Of course, what’s a visit with friends without a visit to said friends’ favorite breakfast spot? Thus, we headed to The Huckleberry, and hurray for that! There was a wait, and it was well worth it!


We got some fried green tomatoes for an appetizer. They were delicious! Who knew you could get great fried green tomatoes in Colorado? The tomatoes were perfect in their greenness, a bit crispy, but not too much. The breading actually stayed on and was flaky and perfectly brown all over.


Nate got a breakfast plate. that biscuit was delish! The potatoes and eggs were awesome too. But that’s not the really amazing part of his meal.


The amazing part is that these pancakes rivaled Shorty Lu’s! Seriously! I know! I couldn’t believe it either. But they were light and perfectly cooked. They really know their pancakes in Colorado, I guess.


Then there was my naughty little treat. I got the Mixed Berry Crepe. Now really, that’s not so bad. It was full of berries, and I got some fiber in the crepe and calcium in the mascarpone. Plus there’s the turkey sausage and eggs. It was a well rounded meal! And I ate every friggin’ bite, plus a few of Nate’s pancakes. No wonder my pants were all a bit tighter when we got home.



~ by rebeccaclaire on November 2, 2009.

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