837 E. 17th Ave.
Denver, CO 80218


Neighborhoods: Uptown
Cuisine: Vegan, Vegetarian, Breakfast

WaterCourse is a Vegan, Vegetarian, and Breakfast restaurant where most Menuism users came for fun with friends, paid between $10 and $25, and tipped more than 18%.

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 Hopkins, MN

Awesome Place! All Vegetarian!

This place came highly recommended by one of my sisters (she lives in the area), and when I flew out to see her, this is the first place we went (directly from the airport). An all-vegetarian menu with a lot of vegan options made me very happy. The food was really good, even one of the side dishes, a quinoa salad was very good. I’d never had quinoa cold in anything before, and I was quite surprised that it tasted so very good (I ate mine, and my sister’s). I highly recommend this place, friendly service, good food, good options; there’s a reason it always seems to be so busy.

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 Denver, CO

My favorite place to eat in Denver!

I have been to Watercourse many times, and surely will be back many more. From their mouth-watering breakfasts to hearty sandwiches to savory entrees, there is always something more I wish I could fit into any visit at Watercourse. The atmosphere is fun and relaxed, the servers are attentive but not hovering, and the vegan baked goods are not to be missed for dessert!

Almost everything on the menu can be prepared vegan, but I’ve been to Watercourse with many a skeptical meat-eater who came away pleased, as well. I’ve been there with friends, for business lunches, and on my own with a good book.

The only thing I’ve ever had at Watercourse that wasn’t divine, was the BBQ tofu entree (see review below).


The Toulouse breakfast scramble is a favorite of mine at Watercourse. I order it with tofu, the home-made sourdough wheat toast, and the sweet potato homefries (definitely worth the minor extra price for these!) Deeeeee-licious!

French Dip

I was wary of meat substitutes when I first tried this sandwich, but I was won over at first bite! It now appears on their menu as the “Grinder”— if you’re looking for a plain french dip, you can order it without some of the extra toppings, but I recommend leaving the avocado on— who knew it’d be a delightful, subtle addition to a french dip sandwich?

Oogave Organic Fountain Soda

My favorite! I first encountered this delightful soft drink line at the 1st Denver VegFest back in ‘08, and have been hooked ever since! You can find it in bottles at Whole Foods and some local cafes, but Watercourse is the only place I know of that has it in fountain form. My favorite is the Ginger Ale (which actually tastes like ginger!— I’m not a big fan of most ginger ales), but all are delicious and refreshing.

BBQ Tofu

Good, but I’m a big fan of BBQ tofu, and frankly can make much better than this. Maybe it’s a matter of knowing what you’re getting yourself into— the sauce on the tofu was no so much barbeque, it tasted more like straight marinara sauce, so I was disappointed in the lack of flavor. With so many other delicious dishes on Watercourse’s menu, I’d skip this one and try something else instead.

Mashed Potatoes and Gravy

I love Watercourse’s vegan gravies! The one on the mashed potatoes is different than the one in some of the breakfast dishes, and I think is even more savory and delectable. It is definitely what makes the mashed potatoes a commonly-chosen side on my visits to Watercourse.

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