Breakfast Choices


Breakfast is served in the main house at a time of your choice between 7:30 and 9.
(See below for a Flyout Basket for an earlier option.)


GREEN CHILE? Mild, medium, hot             ASK ABOUT THIS WEEK’S SPECIALS

Eggs – any style; farm fresh, locally sourced when available

Omelet/Frittata --- with your choices: cheese, onions, sweet peppers, mushrooms, spinach
Meats: diced ham, bacon, breakfast sausage, chorizo

Eggs a la Goldenrod -- chopped hard boiled eggs in cream sauce on choice of toasts

Breakfast Burrito or Bowl -- eggs, shredded potatoes, onions, green/red bell peppers,
ham/bacon/sausage/chorizo, cheese, mild green chile sauce, in white flour tortilla

Chorizo and Egg Breakfast Muffins – Egg baked in a jumbo chorizo and cheese muffin

Huevos Rancheros – fried eggs on crisp corn tortillas, topped with black bean and corn salsa or
pico de gallo and cheese

French Toast -- thick slices of grilled brioche bread, with butter and real maple syrup

Pancakes -- plain, or with apples/blueberries/chocolate chips/bananas/cherries

Irish Breakfast Oatmeal – steel cut imported Irish oatmeal, with cranberries and walnuts

Greek Yogurt with granola and fruit

Juices: orange or cranberry

Sides:  Bacon/sausage/chorizo                           Hash browns


Muffins of the day                                    Toast of the day


English muffins                                          Homemade jam: apricot, peach or plum


Apple butter, homemade                        Applesauce, homemade


Fresh fruit                                                     Fruit medley


Green chile (mild, medium, hot)            Avocados (usually)


Coffee                        Assorted teas                      Hot chocolate                        2% milk


Arrangements can be made ahead for special dietary needs or preferences.


A popular activity from November through January is to wake before dawn and go down to the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge to experience the flyout from the ponds of the thousands of snow geese and sandhill cranes wintering there.

This happens at dawn each morning, which, at that time of year, occurs around 6:30 to 7 ish—much too early for me to be cooking and you to be eating a full breakfast!

So, I offer guests a coffee maker and/or water heating pot for tea in your room, with a basket of fruit, muffins, and other munchies to stave off starvation until you can get back to Dos Casitas for a regular breakfast, or until you grab breakfast at the little cafes in San Antonio. Just let me know that is your wish the night before.