Here’s my review in one sentence: Gunbarrel now has a great breakfast place! They’re open for lunch, too; hours are 7 AM – 2:30 PM every day.
The Morning Table looks just awful from the outside (see above). For some reason, the windows are just as dirty as they were during construction. But that’s the only negative. It looks sensational on the inside:
There’s both a community table (just above) and a counter. And lots of other seating. Unlike the restaurants in Gunbarrel Center, this space was built for a restaurant, so it works much better. (It’s the former site of Gurkhas.)
I wanted to see what the $10 standard American breakfast would be like, so I ordered The Go 2, which is two eggs, meat (ham, bacon. or sausage), bread, and a side. I had scrambled eggs, sausage, a biscuit, and hash browns:
Note the large cup of coffee ($3 extra—too much!) and the Tabasco, already on the table. (I don’t like having to ask for Tabasco and letting my eggs get cold while waiting for it.)
The food was yummy, and perfectly cooked. The service was very attentive and quick. The menu is online.
My companion had the Mediterranean omelette with fruit, which she reported as excellent.
There’s outdoor seating, too, for when the weather gets warmer:
The Morning Table is so good that I would say this about it: I no longer feel the urge to drive to Aunt Alice’s Kitchen in Longmont (18th and Main). If you know Alice’s, you know that this is the highest possible praise.