5 Amazing Bed and Breakfast Restaurants You Must Try

Why stop at coffee and scones? These inns offer extraordinary bed-and-breakfast food all day long.

And check out more fantastic inns.

1. Big Cedar Lodge

Ridgedale, Missouri

What's CookingWorman House, the lodge's lakeside eatery, specializes in hearty, wood-grilled meats and fish, such as locally sourced rainbow trout, quail, and thick-cut steaks.

Rates From $149 (bigcedar.com).

2. Wentworth Mansion

Charleston, South Carolina

What's Cooking At Circa 1886, the inn's restaurant, chef Marc Collins serves some of the best Low-Country food in town, including a spectacular cornmeal-crusted catfish.

Rates From $299, breakfast included; call 888-466-1886 (wentworthmansion.com).

3. Blackberry Farm

Walland, Tennessee

What's Cooking While the gourmet locavore lineup changes regularly, the farm's own organic heirloom vegetables, artisanal cheeses, and grass-fed meats remain the backbone of chef Joseph Lenn's innovative cuisine.

Rates From $795, three meals included (blackberryfarm.com).

4. Inn at Shaker Village

Harrodsburg, Kentucky

What's Cooking At the candlelit Trustees' Office Dining Room, old-fashioned fare - crispy fried chicken, corn pudding, lemon pie - is based on original 19th-century Shaker recipes.

Rates From $89 (shakervillageky.org).

5. Glenlaurel Inn

Rockbridge, Ohio

What's Cooking In the Glenlaurel dining room, choose from multi-course menus, which includes such dishes as seared duck breast and Pommery-crusted rack of lamb.

Rates From $159, breakfast included (800-809-7378; glenlaurel.com).

There's even more great B&B restaurants.

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