the elements are right ... what a delightful getaway spot for
delicious country breakfast is served each morning in
front of the fireplaces in our restaurant dining room
or on the terrace over-looking the fountain in our garden
In summer and fall our organic orchard and kitchen garden
provide much of the herbs, fruits and vegetables for the
restaurant. Farm fresh eggs come from Al Mazzetti's vineyard
ranch just down the road while our organic coffee and
teas come from *Flying Goat in Healdsburg.
Our homemade granola? We call it "Applewood's to-die-for
Granola" ... so popular that we sell it in our Gift Shop.
• Breakfast is reserved for Applewood Inn guests only.
• Gourmet coffee and teas are available from 7:30
• Breakfast is served from 8:30 to 10:00 each morning.
signature breakfast dishes include:
Marnier French Toast
Lighter than air...
Buttermilk Pancakes or Blueberry Pancakes
Belgian Waffles with Whipped Cream and Seasonal Fruit
All three are served with Apple Bacon or Apple Sausage
Frittata with chicken Apple Sausage
Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Salmon & Avocado
Eggs Benedict with Canadian Bacon
Asparagus and Gruyere Omelet
Seasonal Fresh Fruit with Greek Yogurt, Honey, and Orange
Muscat Wine Dressing - or Sweetened Fruit Yogurts
Applewood Homemade Granola
Applewood Granola Parfait
Apple German Pancake
Flying Goat Coffee:
Grinding whole bean coffee just before brewing is an indispensable
step to experiencing its peak flavor and aroma. Once coffee
is ground, and its delicate flavor oils are exposed to air,
it is almost immediately affected by staling and oxidation.
Even the best coffee is vulnerable to losing crispness of
flavor and aroma just minutes after grinding. We believe
so strongly in the virtue of grinding just before brewing
that we sell our coffees in whole bean only. After everything
we put into finding the world’s best coffees, roasting
them perfectly and shipping them to you just hours out of
the roaster, we wouldn’t feel right about selling
our coffees any other way. If you don’t own a grinder,
we recommend buying a good one (personally, we consider
the grinder the most important piece of coffee equipment
you can own)