Have you heard the news? Jolly Ol' Saint Nick is enjoying a short stay here in the Magic City before his big night. Cheyenne is home to the man in red's favorite homestead, The NorthWEST Pole. While on hiatus, Santa's been busy hearing Christmas lists at his office on 17th Street and hanging out with his horses at the Kringle Ranch stables.

Prepping for Christmas can stir up quite the appetite (for Santa and parents everywhere.) One of St. Nick's fave traditions is enjoying breakfast with the families of Cheyenne. This year, folks are invited to enjoy breakfast for dinner with Kris Kringle.

Breakfast for Dinner with Santa at the Omelet House

On December 16, the Omelet House (legendary for its divine cinnamon rolls) plays host to Santa for a delicious buffet of breakfast delights. The breakfast-for-dinner shindig has two seating options, one at 5 p.m. and one at 7 p.m. There are limited tickets for each event, so don't wait to snag your seats!

During breakfast, expect all your favorite treats plus a chance to take photos with the merry man in red himself.

Meal Ticket Costs:

  • Ages 12 and Up: $24
  • Ages 0-11: $16

Purchase tickets at the Breakfast for Dinner webpage.

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