RedRocks Review
RedRocks Review
RedRocks Review
RedRocks Review
RedRocks Review
RedRocks Review



Unfortunately, the advertised blood orange is unavailable, but with a peach bellini alternative to OJ and sub-$20 price tag, we got over it pretty quickly.



RedRocks is very much a pizza place (if the 14 different pies aren't enough, don't sleep on the breakfast calzones), but breakfast classics still abound, at a great intersection of affordability and portion size.



Our server kindly replaced a full coffee after a creamer mishap, and continued refilling mimosa glasses past the 3-hour mark. It's usually a good sign when we're the ones cutting ourselves off.



The bright, brick-laden interior creates a warm, having-brunch-at-your-neighborhood-bar vibe.

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We're like the postmen. We brunch in rain, sleet, or snow

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