At the Kalamazoo House, the word for breakfast is “choice”.
The second “B” in “B&B” stands for Breakfast, and we take that word very seriously at the Kalamazoo House. As at most B&B’s, our breakfast is included in the price of your room, and it’s an occasion for enjoyment. Since all B&Bs are a bit different in their approach to breakfast, we thought we’d explain a little bit about our breakfast philosophy. It all begins with choices.…
You choose when to eat. You let us know approximately what time you want to eat, and we make sure your selected entree is prepped and ready for you when you are ready for breakfast. Our preferred breakfast time is from 8-10am, but an early breakfast (within reason, of course) is always available.
You choose what to eat. All breakfasts begin with a generous fruit course accompanied by muffins or other baked goods, juices and the all important Coffee and Tea. For the main entree, we ask you to select from our daily published menu of 5 or 6 savory and sweet items. You select your entree before you go to bed, and we take care of the rest. Our varied menu means that special diets are quite easy to accommodate. Please let us know if you require vegetarian, gluten-free, or another special diet and we will make every effort to serve you.
You choose with whom to eat. While we are fans of the community tables found in many B&B’s, we don’t have one. Instead, we have smaller, individual tables. Traveling alone and want to eat alone? Not a problem here. You’ve come with friends, or you’ve made friends with other guests, and you’ve decided you’d like to eat together? We’re happy to arrange it. Your comfort and enjoyment are our goals.
Who cooks your breakfast? Just thought you might want to get a look at our Chef Terry (also my husband). Good looking chef, right?
And what is it you’ll actually eat? Since our menu changes daily, we can’t answer that exactly. You’ll have to wait and see what goodies Chef Terry is cooking up when you get here. But here’s a look at a recent menu to whet your appetite: