Are these trending Denver restaurants on your radar?

As fans of cronuts and cake pops can attest, food trends come and go. So how can you tell which tastes are trending right now?

We took a data-driven look at the question, using Yelp to discover which eateries have been on the tips of diners' tongues this month.

To find out who made the list, we looked at Denver businesses on Yelp by category and counted how many reviews each received. Rather than compare them based on number of reviews alone, we calculated a percentage increase in reviews over the past month.

Read on to see which spots are on a hot streak, right now.

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Rye Society


Open since July, this breakfast and brunch spot, which offers comfort classics and more, is trending compared to other businesses categorized as "Breakfast & Brunch" on Yelp.

Citywide, breakfast and brunch spots saw review counts increase by a median of 2.4 percent over the past month, but Rye Society saw a 25.5 percent increase, maintaining a superior four-star rating throughout.

It's not the only trending outlier in the breakfast and brunch category: Snooze, an A.M. Eatery has seen a 21.6 percent increase in reviews, and Wendell's has seen a 16.4 percent bump.

Located at 3090 N. Larimer St. in Five Points, Rye Society offers early morning offerings like fresh pastries, bagel sandwiches, breakfast egg bowls and more. 

Urban Egg, A Daytime Eatery

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Whether or not you've been hearing buzz about Southmoor Park's Urban Egg, A Daytime Eatery, the traditional American spot is a hot topic according to Yelp review data.

While businesses categorized as "American (Traditional)" on Yelp increased their review counts by a median of 2.4 percent over the past month, Urban Egg, A Daytime Eatery bagged an 11.6 percent increase in reviews within that timeframe, maintaining a superior 4.5-star rating.

There's more that's trending on Denver's traditional American scene: Quality Italian has seen a 6.2 percent increase in reviews.

Open for more than a year at 6991 E. Belleview Ave., Urban Egg, A Daytime Eatery offers traditional American favorites like gourmet burgers and sandwiches such as the Applewood BCLT with havarti cheese, tomato and mayo. (See the full menu here.)

The Bindery

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Highland's The Bindery is also making waves. Open since October 2017 at 1817 Central St., the New American eatery has seen a 9.7 percent bump in reviews over the last month, compared to a median review increase of 2.5 percent for all businesses tagged "American (New)" on Yelp.

There's more than one hot spot trending in Denver's New American category: Punch Bowl Social Stapleton has seen an 8.9 percent increase in reviews.

The Bindery offers small plates like grilled summer squash, Italian sweet peppers and smoked rabbit pecan pie, along with entrees such as lemon risotto and coffee/ancho chili-rubbed short ribs. Over the past month, it's maintained a sound four-star rating among Yelpers. (Check out the full menu here.)