Folks in DC who are looking for a special way to celebrate Father's Day don't have to look further than American Guest House. American Guest House, a Washington DC bed and breakfast, has added a promotional special for father’s day weekend, June 14th and 15th. The special includes a two-night package with a room with a queen-sized bed, a bottle of Moet and Chandon champagne, fresh strawberries and chocolates, and a gourmet breakfast each of the two mornings, all for $499. Accompanying guests will receive a 20% discount off a second room for that weekend only. Upon check-in, an innkeeper will accompany your father and any guests to a room with a bottle of Moet and Chandon champagne, wine flutes, and a plate of strawberries and chocolates for to enjoy before heading out to one of the nearby entertainment districts. American Guest House prides itself on fresh, hot breakfasts that use fresh ingredients. Fathers who are gluten free, have nut allergies, or are lactose-intolerant, etc. should notify the innkeepers upon arrival for accommodation. Special Packages/Add-Ons Available online In order to request a special, please provide at least 48-hour notice. Packages will be visible on the reservation screen of the website after selecting a room and clicking Reserve.
American Guest House recently announced the addition of two professional cooks, Kevin and Marcos, to their regular staff. Guests can expect gourmet breakfast specials with a wide variety of options that accommodate vegan, gluten-, soy-, or milk-intolerant diets. Every weekday, Kevin displays his creative flair with breakfasts such as lemon ricotta pancakes with orange butter sauce, sautéed shrimp with honey rosemary polenta, baked french toast with buttermilk caramel sauce, quiche loraine, ham, egg and cheese croissant with a roasted pear and mango chutney sauce, vanilla scones paired with honey yogurt and homemade cinnamon granola. These dishes highlight the American Guest House’s standard for excellence. Marcos is inspired by simple, regional cuisine – primarily Mexican, southern, Spanish, and American – and loves to recreate the experience one might have in an unassuming restaurant in these regions. On the weekends, one can expect inspired breakfasts such as cheese grits and soft-scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy with house-made biscuits, huevos rancheros, ramp crepes with ham, asparagus, and béarnaise, and french omelets. The Breakfast Experience American Guest House encourages a GMO, preservative free diet. Therefore the cooks prepare pastries and breakfast specials made-from-scratch every morning. At this Washington DC inn, breakfast staples are fiber cereal, whole wheat bread with jelly, probiotic yogurt, warm blueberry muffins, Brazilian coffee, and homemade granola. Indeed, the American Guest House believes that the dining room table is the cornerstone of their home-away-from-home philosophy.
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