Breakfast beginnings include buns, blintzes, oatmeal, a breakfast banana split and a Cinnamonster, a warm cinnamon roll covered in cream cheese frosting.
“Hen House” items feature multiple variations on eggs, including chicken fried steak served with two eggs and a Rock Lobster Scramble, a scrambled eggs dish served with a lobster seafood blend, brie cheese and a touch of dill, topped with diced tomatoes and served with hollandaise sauce, potatoes and a choice of English muffin.
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The menu also features various versions of griddle goods like pancakes, french toast and waffles, as well an array of panhandled skillet dishes, omelets, eggs benedict, sandwiches, crepes, salads and burgers.
Le Peep’s Hand-Crafted Angus Burger is seared and cooked, then served on a brioche bun with lettuce, tomato and onion garnish.
South of the Border menu items include enchiladas, tacos and burritos.
Founded in Aspen, Colo. in 1963, Le Peep first expanded its concept into the Denver area in 1982 and then nationally, first as a franchisor and then through a licensing model.
Le Peep has 50 locations nationwide, including Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, North Carolina, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, South Carolina and Tennessee.