Breakfast
Breakfast & Happy Hour

Our gourmet, authentic Amelia Island breakfast and happy hour are focused on fresh!

The Addison’s breakfast service uses the freshest possible ingredients in the meals that we provide to our guests. Lisa loves to peruse the farmer’s market every Saturday looking for fresh produce for breakfast and happy hour. We present fresh fruit at breakfast, do all of our baking in-house, use herbs from our garden in food preparation, and make our appetizers just minutes before serving it at our signature Happy Hour.

Our Locally-Sourced Amelia Island Breakfast Experience

The Addison’s breakfast service may include fresh baked muffins or bread, fresh fruit and yogurt topped with homemade granola, and always a featured entree course of either sweet or savory fare. Gluten free, vegetarian, and vegan courses are also available with advance notice.  Are you craving something a little lighter? We also offer granola, oatmeal, or scrambled eggs as an alternate breakfast.  Breakfast is served between 8:30 and 10:00 AM in either our dining room or on the courtyard veranda.  We can accommodate early breakfasts with advance notice.

We serve certified organic, fair trade coffee that is available well before breakfast is served. For those who enjoy coffee throughout the day and evening we have a single portion fresh coffee maker to brew a choice of coffees at any time.

The innkeepers, Lisa and Ron, both love to cook and are always searching for new and interesting dishes to surprise and delight the palate. They are more than happy to accommodate restricted diets, so don’t hesitate to let them know your preferences.

A Relaxing Amelia Island Happy Hour Experience

Enjoy a complimentary glass of wine, beer, or sparkling water with an appetizer every evening from 5:30-6:30 pm at the Addison’s very popular guest only Happy Hour. This is a great way to wind down after a day of meetings or sightseeing. Join everyone on the courtyard veranda or in the front parlor and exchange restaurant and excursion recommendations with your innkeepers and fellow guests.

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