The Best Coffee in Wausau!
Coffee is an important start to any gourmet breakfast. We take great pleasure in giving you the best tasting, freshest and best prepared coffee (regular and decaf.) in the Wausau area. We serve a proprietary blend of coffee that is professionally blended and always served fresh. But, our efforts don’t stop there. We also use a commercial coffee maker and a purified water filtration system to extract optimum flavor. So, relax, sit back and enjoy a fresh mug of Joe!
Not your ordinary hotel breakfast!
Let’s face it. We all stay at luxury hotels and fancy bed and breakfasts because we want to feel pampered. We love the comfy beds and warm hospitality. We enjoy the claw-footed tubs and romantic fireplaces. We soak-in the amazing architecture, historic communities and artsy shops. But nothing says pampered at a hotel or bed and breakfast better than a gourmet multi-course breakfast. We’d like to believe our breakfasts are as good as they come.
We source much of our food from local Wisconsin purveyors. We never scrimp on ingredients. We avoid short-cuts. We make most everything daily from scratch. As they say on the Food Network, we “honor our ingredients” and “make things with love.” We also offer a diverse repertoire of menu items to accommodate guests with food allergies and dietary restrictions.
The Hotel Cookie Jar
Need a midnight snack? Help yourself!
We make homemade treats just for you. Well … we actually love them too. Take as many as you like. They’re on the second floor beverage table.
Clover Meadows maple vanilla yogurt
Broccoli, bacon and cheddar quiche
Chicken sausage with apple and gouda
Fresh pressed pineapple juice
Pre-heat broiler to high
I Grapefruit sliced in half, seeded and pre-cut
4T Brown Sugar
4T Triple Sec
Add triple sec to top of grapefruit.
Sprinkle brown sugar on top of grapefruit.
Broil until grapefruit just starts to show color.
Cheesy Spinach Eggs
8 Large eggs
1 T Water
2 T Butter
3 cups Fresh spinach
2 oz Cheddar cheese – shredded
Steam spinach in a large skillet with salted water.
When wilted, drain and squeeze out remaining liquid.
In a bowl crack open eggs, add water and whisk.
In a non-stick skillet over medium heat, melt butter.
Add eggs to hot skillet and stir constantly.
Keep skillet on medium to avoid scorching.
When eggs are cooked, take off heat.
Add spinach and cheese to eggs.
Mix thoroughly and serve.
Strawberries with Balsamic Vinegar
1 Quart Fresh strawberries thinly sliced.
2T Aged balsamic vinegar
Divide strawberries into four bowls.
Sprinkle 1/2 T aged balsamic* over the berries.
* Use 18+ yr old aged balsamic vinegar.