Breakfast is Served During the Growers & Crafters Market
At our restaurant and craft brewery we’re always happy to try something new in line with what’s in season. This spring, for the first time ever, Standing Stone is open for breakfast at 8 AM on Saturdays to coincide with the Rogue Valley Growers and Crafters Market’s new location on Oak Street in Ashland, OR (right outside our front door).
We’re thrilled that fresh local produce, food artisans, creative crafters and our favorite growers have come to our block, so we’re continuing the festivities inside by offering breakfast. Our breakfast menu features eggs from our own free-range chickens, house-made breads and scones, bacon, house yogurt, local fruit and veggies, regional seafood and much more. Here’s what we have on our plates for you:
- 2 Eggs with Toast and Marionberry Jam
- Chilaquiles with Tortillas, Black Beans, Chorizo, Queso Fresco and Salsa
- Quiche of the day
- Oregon Coast Dungeness Crab Omelette
- Oatmeal-Molasses French Toast with Real Maple Syrup
- Granola with House Yogurt & Blackberries
- Breakfast Burrito with Eggs, Bacon, Monterey Jack, Black Beans and Potatoes
- Idaho Rainbow Trout
- Hill Farms Ham
- Local fruit
- Savory Scone
- Cranberry Scone
For beverages, we invite those of age to start the day off right with a pint of our Noble Stout, our Oatmeal Stout infused with Noble Coffee Roasting’s Mokha Java. The bartender is happy whip up a morning smoothie made with spinach, apple and blackberries. We also have fresh-squeezed orange juice, housemade lemonades, and espresso from Noble Coffee Roasting. Or, mix your orange juice with the Zardetto Prosecco to make a morning mimosa!
Whatever your preference for getting your morning going, we’re here to please your palate. Stop in while you’re downtown Ashland on Saturday mornings.
Breakfast items are available from 8-2. We start serving our full menu at 11:30 AM as usual, with more locally inspired specials to be found on our daily specials board. Come in and check out all the ways we’re celebrating the arrival of Spring and the bounty of our region.