Hell yea. I think some folks want to go to "Snooze" for breakfast . I'm thinking Saturday since it suppose to be around 50. Cast your votes.
Some Denver/Boulder recommendations:
For Breakfast: Snooze for sure. They have great Bloody Mary's and easily have the best hash browns in the state. Also, another great spot is Lucille's. They have a location in Longmont, Boulder and Denver I believe. I've been to the Lucille's in Boulder and Denver, and both are just to die for. More expensive than Snooze, but still amazing. Their breakfast 'drink' selection is killer. You'll be buzzed before noon!!
Lunch/Dinner: I recommend the brewpubs mostly. The pizza and Italian in Colorado leaves a lot to be desired, especially if you're from back east like me. The Mexican restaurants are EXTREMELY hit or miss as far as quality goes. I guess this is why I default to brewpubs. Anyways, check out Copper Kettle Brewing Co. in Denver, Great Divide Brewing Co, Bull and Bush(They brew their own beers and serve the best burger in Denver), Falling Rock Tap House, and as someone mentioned above near the Ogden, The Cheeky Monk, where they specialize in Belgian beers. If you're in the mood for some steak, I have to go with either Elway's (super expensive) or The Denver Chophouse near the baseball stadium.
If any of you ARE diehard for pizza, then check out Lucky Pie in LODO for the best pizza around. Hops & Pie also have decent pizza along with a fantastic tap selection.
You have done your homework young man. Lucilles is definitely good, but as you said a littler pricier than Snooze. Make sure you talk Buckeye sports around Sue. She is a total "Brutus" fan.