Dr. Seuss

A Dr. Seuss Breakfast Bar Is Opening in Colorado

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And yes, there will be green eggs and ham

Sammy’s Breakfast Bar, a restaurant inspired by the popular children’s author Dr. Seuss, is coming to Fort Collins, Colorado, in late December.

The 90-seat breakfast and lunch spot will be decorated with artwork featuring famous Dr. Seuss characters, the Coloradoan reported.

“The breakfast places in town are proving to be very successful. Most of them are grossing more than a million in sales,” Ron Leonhard, co-founder of Sammy’s, told the Coloradoan. “But the (Old Town breakfast spots) can be a parking nightmare. Here, we are set up with plenty of easy parking.”

In addition to green eggs and ham, a few other menu items will be peanut butter and jelly pancakes, sandwiches, salads, and a few variations of eggs Benedict.

The bar will also serve brunch staples: mimosas and Bloody Marys.

The breakfast bar will be located at 4613 S. Mason St. in Midtown Fort Collins.

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