The next morning we got ready and walked over to the Delectable Egg for a nice breakfast. A few locals had recommended it the day before, so we made sure to check it out before we headed to the Denver Firefighters Museum. The restaurant felt homey and had a country look with all of their chicken and rooster decorations. The waitress was very friendly and we got our food really fast.
Eggs Benedict – Fresh hollandaise sauce poured over two poached eggs, sliced ham, all on top of a toasted English muffin with a side of house potatoes. This was their specialty so I made sure to order it. Everything went perfectly and I loved the seasoned potatoes.
Breakfast on Delta King is complimentary when you’re a guest in the hotel. The dining cabin was beautifully decorated and our server was very friendly and polite.
The complimentary breakfast they provided was their All Aboard special and it consisted of two eggs any style, with a choice of smoked bacon, honey cured ham, or country sausage, along with country potatoes and a house-made muffin. The bacon was thick cut and crispy, the potatoes were well seasoned, and everything else was delicious. The food was just what we needed to start the day.
Delta King’s Dining Information
When you stay overnight at Hotel Mac, you get a voucher for a free continental breakfast across the street at Little Louie’s Cafe and Deli. It’s a great cafe that seems to be a popular breakfast joint for the locals.
Part of the Continental Breakfast is a choice of a baked good, along with juice, coffee, eggs, and fruit.