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Etch Kitchen & Bar Grab & Go Breakfast in Sedona

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Landscape view of the inside of a breakfast grab & go shop.

At L’Auberge de Sedona, we are always working to bring new options to our guests, as well as to our residents of Sedona. We are pleased to announce one of our newest offerings, the Grab ‘N’ Go Breakfast at Etch Kitchen & Bar. Breakfast in Sedona never tasted so good!

Available every day of the week from 6.30am to 10.00am, the bar will be serving an extensive selection for our hikers, jeep tourers, or our guests that are on the way to the airport for an early flight.  A nice selection of large house-baked pastries along with berry parfaits, our signature Cress juice, or you should definitely try our hot sandwiches.  We highly suggest the popular chorizo biscuit with cheddar jalapeno biscuit and chorizo patty, pepper jack cheese, Hickman Ranch’s eggs, all combined then dipped in our Red Eye Gravy…what a way to start the morning!

Whether you’re going on a Sedona hike or waking up early to feed the ducks and then go to yoga, the Grab ‘N’ Go Breakfast is a great way to start.  At L’Auberge we want to give you choices so that you can make the day your own!

Our Bed & Breakfast Package is a great way to start your Sedona escape. We’ll take care of the essentials and then you, and our local expert concierge team can plan the rest!

A tea kettle and mug sitting on a railing outdoors with trees in background

Posted: August 21, 2018

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