Breakfast is an Event at Our Canandaigua
Bed & Breakfast
Due to Covid-19, we have been forced to temporarily alter our breakfast routine. We will continue to serve a full breakfast, although the courses may not be served differently, and we will be unable to seat all of the guests together in the main dining room. Rather, we will be utilizing alternate locations in the house and on the property so that everyone has sufficient space. Additionally, the coffee and tea service will not begin prior to breakfast. Coffee and tea is always available via the Keurig machine near the guest rooms.
Alternatively, guests may choose to have a simple breakfast tray, consisting fresh fruit or the fruit dish of the day, yogurt with granola, hard boiled eggs, a baked good of the day, and juice, delivered to your room with arrangements made in advance. If any guest would like to skip breakfast all together, you may opt out of breakfast with advance notice. We will deduct the amount of $15 per day for the “no breakfast” rate. However, please call the innkeeper prior to making your reservation so that we may adjust your room rate.
Each day at our Canandaigua Bed and Breakfast, a lavish three course gourmet breakfast is served (next to the fire in cold weather), replete with fresh fruit dishes, house-made baked goods, sumptuous entrées, soft music and candlelight. During your stay, each day’s menu is different, alternating between sweet and savory. The epicurean delights don’t stop there – daily fresh homemade cookies and treats are available for your enjoyment.
Fresh brewed coffee is available at 8:00 a.m. in the parlor (a Keurig is available for extra early risers). Breakfast is served at 9:00 a.m. As the aroma of fresh brewed coffee and baked goods fill the air, there is anticipation and excitement. Soft music is playing in the background. The candles are lit. A beautiful table is set. And now, a delicious, bountiful three course breakfast is about to be served.
Enjoy an assortment of juices and fresh coffee, or choose from an assortment of imported loose fine teas from Good Life Tea, served in your own teapot.
A special fruit dish follows. Delight in the discovery of dessert for breakfast, such as Merlot Poached Pears, Grapefruit Brûlée or Rum Raisin Pears, just to name a few. Other favorites are in-season fruit topped with Vanilla Cremé, Healthy Banana Splits, and Grilled Peaches with Ricotta and Honey.
Next are fresh baked scones, pastries, bread, biscuits, muffins or sweet breads, served with assorted butter, jams and toppings, often house-made.
Accompanied with the baked goods is a Greek Yogurt Sundae or Steel Cut Oatmeal with Berries and Honey, or a vegetable dish, such as Spring Salad with fruits and nuts. On days when a sweet entree is served, the second course is often an egg dish.
Indulge your breakfast fantasies during the main event. After having whetted your appetite during the first two courses, dine on sumptuous fare such as:
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