We've all been there. It's 11:00 AM on Saturday, after a night out, and your head is pounding.

You're hungover and you don't know what to do. I have heard of so many strange hangover cures over the years. For example, my friend Alden invented a hangover cure in college called Bloke.

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It was blue Gatorade and Coca-Cola mixed together. It was as disgusting as it sounds, and I don't think it ever worked.

Let's ditch these strange and alternative hangover cures. I believe the best way to overcome a hangover is to eat a good meal.

Thankfully, Northern Colorado has plenty of options. From hearty brunch spots that serve up mouthwatering dishes, to cozy diners dishing out comfort food classics, this guide will help you cure your hangover.

Cajun-Creole Breakfast Is Perfected at Lucile's

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Photo Credit: Google Maps

My mouth is watering already. If you need a kickstart to your day, you need to go to Lucile's. Even if you aren't hungover. Trip Advisor rated Lucile's the second-best restaurant in Fort Collins.

Lucile's mix of American and cajun-style breakfast will make you forget your hangover, and make you obsess over beignets for the rest of your day.

A review:

We love Lucile's. My husband grew up in Florida and said this is the best southern breakfast restaurant in Colorado. The portions are huge, food is always delicious, we love the house spiced tea, and the homemade condiments are always delicious.

Start Your Day in Old Town Fort Collins at Snooze AM Eatery

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Located at 144 West Mountain Avenue in Fort Collins, Snooze offers boozy, hair of the dog, inspired beverages. The menu is incredibly diverse and offers a little bit of something for everybody.

I'd highly recommend trying Snooze's seasonal menu. It's experimental and a ton of fun.

A review:

Every brunch we've had here has been amazing. The food is incredible, but the service really makes this location shine. The staff have always been super helpful and friendly, answering all of our questions (including how they cook their bacon to perfection!).

Explore Loveland's Organic and Sustainable Taste Local Cafe

You can find Loverland's Taste Local Cafe on Cleveland Avenue. Taste Local Cafe's breakfast menu is split into two different sections: savory and sweet.

So if you're hungover and need protein, or if you need cinnamon roll french toast for a sugar rush, Taste Local Cafe will be able to satisfy your needs.

A review:

Wow, Wow, WOW!!!! We went here on a whim and I can't say enough how spectacular it is. This is a hands-down MUST try and revisit location. It's been so long since I have truly enjoyed the food at a restaurant. The taste sensation provided by the locally sourced food was beyond exceptional.

Dine At One of Fort Collins' Oldest Diners

Silver Grill Cafe has been a staple in Old Town Fort Collins since 1933.

There's a reason for that. Are you looking for the best cinnamon roll in Northern Colorado? Look no further. Esquire included Silver Grill on their list of "100 Restaurants America Can't Afford to Lose."

A review:

Fantastic diner. The cinnamon rolls are the best I have ever tasted....Sorry grandma. Every food item was top notch. The corned beef benedict was out of this world.

Urban Egg Johnstown

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Photo Credit: Google Maps

Whenever I am having post-party syndrome my go-to meal has to involve eggs. I don't know what it is, but it brings me back to life. Located at 4861 Thompson Parkway, Urban Egg offers an environment that is friendly for couples, families, and large parties.

Are you too hungover to leave the house? No worries. You can get your brunch to go.

My personal favorite meal at Urban Egg is the carnitas bowl.

A review:

This place is the best breakfast/brunch restaurant I have ever been to in Northern Colorado. Amazing meals and presentation. The staff is very friendly. Definitely get on the waitlist through yelp this place is always full.

CSU Students Crush on These Craveable Fort Collins Restaurants

If a restaurant is full of college students, it's going to be good. So, why not turn to Colorado State University students the next time you need to grab a bite to eat? See the craveable Fort Collins restaurants CSU students are crushin' on in the gallery below.

Denver's 'Fire Station' Restaurant - Woodie Fisher

To dine at this restaurant has to be quite the experience. The atmosphere is great, the food is delicious, and the the 'old fire house' is 140 years old.

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